Pros: Quick turning,, great float, real easy to adjust to from regular camber ski, not too much of a ski that it needs super deep powder
Cons: Does not come in longer lengths for those that might want to try a longer version. Not an all mountain type of ski if anyone seen it listed that way
I tried them as a demo several times this year at Jay Peak. The ski inspired confidence in powder and allowed turns of all sizes with ease. I was able to experience powder skiing at Jay like never before. Smearing and all other powder type manouveres happened naturally where other wide wasted skis required more experience that I did not have and work to accomplish. The ski has a fairly durable base as I ran over several rocks and stumps that left only light surface scratches. A great beginner to intermediate powder ski IMO. As for an expert powder ski I cannot comment since I am not an expert powder skier. I have not skied enough days in powder to be anything more than a strong intermediate but with the Czar in powder I am a grinning strong intermediate that looks almost like an expert. My thumbs up on a recommended ski for east coast powder days. If I add a powder ski to my quiver it will be this ski.