Newschoolers' Quick Review:
Typically, I ride stiff skis like the ON3P Kartel and had reservations about how the softer Devastators would accommodate my skiing style. As a softer ski, the Devastators still provided plenty of pop & rebound that made jibbing off of the natural features I encountered very enjoyable. These skis definitely reward strong, powerful skiing. They can also be a fairly mellow cruiser ski but you're an intermediate skier, these might be too much ski for you. Overall, I enjoyed the shit out of the Devastators. They crush everything; spring crud, powder, groomers or anything else you throw at it. If you can only get one ski this winter and you spend the vast majority of time skiing everything your mountain has to offer, the Devastator could be the ski for you. - Kretzschmar
The Devastator has always been a team favorite due to it's incredible versatility, making the whole mountain your playground. When asked how to improve it, our athletes unanimously told us to reduce the weight. This ski is now 15% lighter with a change in core from Ash/Poplar to Light weight Poplar/Beech. You'll now enjoy using even less effort to catch tranny, slash pow, air out catwalk gaps and boost those side hits. It still however retains a feeling so stable and maneuverable, you'll swear it must be cheating, as you can "just point 'em" on even the choppiest of days. The Devastator is a true freestyle One-Ski-Quiver.
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