its ok besides the top sheet, they would be best for someone 80-90 lbs
it performed well but the top sheet chipped and peeled off easily and eventually the whole ski cracked
felt great and looked great
its good for the money, it would be for someone lighter tho
no the ski was the right size
this ski is very flexible
Buy yourself a pair next season, all junior skiers must own a pair.
props to armada for creating the ultimate steeze machine!
It carves nicely even when center-mounted, makes the most perfect corks from a small carve on the lip. No rattle or vibration at all on rails
simply the best looking skis to have out on the slopes! the bases rock too! I'm super stoked when people see me out on the kickers and say how they like the look of my skis!
being a 14 year old brit kid who go's to the states to ski every year, there is two opinions about the price of this ski
Dollar Cost (what I paid)= $446.09 w/ bindings
Pound cost (what i didn't pay luckily)= £275 + £90 for bindings
UK price to dollars= $719.40
sorry for my lecture on how overpriced britain is, just informing my fellow Newschoolers to buy things over in the USA!
So easy to tailpress and nosepress with, sits back nicely in powder.
9/10 for flex
I visited Heavenly in Tahoe in February and bought the AR3 and used them for 10 days, Hardly leaving the High Roller Park, and they held out so well!
a few chips and scratches on the top sheet and a one small gouge in the base (which was gotten from an urban rail)