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krap415712 wrote a review of on February 21, 2013

2 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I skied these skis for about a week straight and was let down by how unstable they felt, really squirrly at any aggresive speed. To soft for landing anything big, more of a tampered down olds man ski. If you wanna have fun on a ski that will actually float when it gets properly deep, this is not the ski for you. its to lazy and is always straying around making your life hell in the trees. Id invest in the bent chetler or rocker 2 22. For more of the big mountain, deep pow chargers that they are. I was let down by these skiis compared to pretty much any other ski on the market.

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krap415712 wrote a review of on February 21, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Had them since january 1st put about 20 day on them. To be honest ive never had so much fun on a pair of skis. They're super duper poppy, but still very stable at high speed, and hitting big drops. They flick and slash around in the trees like none other. I feel very confident to charge mostly anything when there on my feet. My go to ski for everything the mountain has to offer (even many park laps on no snow days). I recommend these over any other choice you have, if you want a pow slayer, butter master, speed freak, and turning legend all in one fat ski that pops like a park ski, and can land switch in the deepest of deep, this is the ski for you.

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krap415712 wrote an answer about on February 21, 2013

I have mine center mounted, love them like this, ski still floats like a charm, and landing switch is as easy as any ski ive ever owned. If you into back country freestyle id go as close to center as you feel comfortable.

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