A good ski on the verge of becoming a great ski. Could use a larger size and more size options in general. Awesome graphics. I would recommend: try these skis first before buying as the ski is stiff and responsive.
A fun ski and I'm very happy with them.
The skis are holding up well. They've been in and out of the park seamlessly. The ski is so light that its easy to learn new tricks without the burden of added weight on your feet. Not the best ski for all over the mountain but inside the park I'd like to see a ski perform better. This ski is meant for park and park only.
Jon is a marketing genius. Throwing two beautiful blondes on skis? It's awesome. I'm always getting comments on the graphics with a snowboarder going as far as saying, "If I knew there were ski graphics like that, I would've never started snowboarding."
These skis are awesome. They can be a bit pricey ($549) but I feel if you're in that range financially speaking, then the skis are worth it. I think Jon was trying to create a great ski, which he's done, and not a cheap ski.
If they made this ski larger than 178, I'd be sold. I'm 6'1" so skiing a 178 is a stretch. While I don't feel the ski is too short, if a bit longer, it'd be perfect.
Head skis have a reputation for being a little stiff. However, the JO Pros are a really fun pair of skis. Stiff yet snappy and responsive.
The skis are holding up well. As said before, they've been in and out of the park, through the trees, and all over the mountain. Limited rail sliding but edges are holding up extremely well.