Pros: Wood Core, Adjustable bindings, Crazy color bottom.
Cons: Top sheet scratches way to easily.
Just picked these up not even a week ago. I wanted to get a more advance ski that i could use in All-mountain fun over my Volkl Unlimited ski's.
Great fun in the powder and in the trees, I havent put them againts Crud or Ice so far. (due to having a great Pow day when in the mountains.) They love to ski both forward or switch. Nice shock asorbing on hard landings, which is a plus.
I bought mine with integrated Schizo bindings which allow for 6cm of travel from mid ski. At 1.5 setting, from tip of ski to the tip of my front boot, there as long as my Volkl Unlimited skies at 163. Anything over 3 is suppose to be more Park related while under 2 setup for more Pow conditions.
The top sheet does scratch way to easily. By the end of a 8 hour day of skiing, both skies ended up with some moderate to deep scratches on top and sides of the ski. Possiably due to having tuned edges. The bottom of the ski's held up real well considering that I know I slid off some larger rocks earlier in the day.
As for the Schizo bindings, I do have a bit of a gripe about them. One, Very hard to get into if theres any snow on the bottom of your ski boot, also takes a bit of a Thump to lock them in place compared to other bindings i've locked into. Even though this gone away by the end of the day, I notice a quite a bit of noise coming from the binding due to the middle cable adjuster, as any canting of the ski either internal or external movment would make a clicking sound, from the bottom of my ski boot. This settled down at the end of the day though, I believe it might have to do that The bindings were new and havent been broken in yet.
All in all? I would recommend this ski to anyone thats looking for a more advance twin tip for all mountain, Top sheet is gonna get the hell scratch out of it, but who buys ski's just for other people to look at them o.0