Bring back the 10th Mtns!
I've got to say that this ski turns beautifully on the descent and the extra width keeps you on top of soft snow. I love this type of ski, especially when you just want to get out, get some laps, and work out your tele turns. However, on the 185s I tested, the scales were not well cut and finished. In a head-to-head test, the Annums do not climb as nearly well as Karhu 10th Mtns, which is unfortunate because they appear to be designed for more aggressive descents. I don't know if the differences in climbing ability resulted from the shallow scales or from differences in camber, but I'll be first in line to get a pair if Madshus makes the necessary adjustments.