Benedict Paliwoda

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Benedict Paliwoda

Benedict Paliwoda wrote a review of on September 8, 2014

Stable and playful!
5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I was somewhat reconsidering the skis I chose to demo on a four inch day considering their size, but in the end I was super happy with my choice! They were super playful and yet super stable at high speeds.

When it comes to the tracked out/crud conditions, they slice right through it instead of rattling over. This made it way more enjoyable than getting the sh*t beat outa your legs. However, the ski really starts to perform when it comes to pow. I was fortunate enough to find some pockets and you can guess how they were from there.

Overall, it's an amazing pow ski that can hold it's ground in the crud and work magic in the powder.

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Benedict Paliwoda posted a video about on September 8, 2014

They are super playful and stable when you want to go. I personally do not believe in a one-ski-quiver. However, for being 124 underfoot they sure as hell can hold an edge in the crud and more tracked out snow! Video has some shots of Black Diamond Amps and shiros in it as well.

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Benedict Paliwoda posted an image about on January 19, 2014

Great for the hard charging skier.

This makes other skis feel like your bringing chopsticks to a gunfight. They are super playful in the powder and still charge on the hardpack. The only draw back is that they have a softer tail. If you stomp every jump then your fine, but you have got to be a little hesitant if you land in the backseat. But overall, a great ski.

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