Pros: Stable, Forgiving, Easy to turn and still can carve with the best of them!
Cons: Not for Deep Powder
A great ski for those looking to move from green - blue to Blue - Black and beyond. Stable at high speeds and a turning radius that makes the most challenging turns esy to navigate. The IQ bindings respond to changes in terrain making unexpected bumps and get out my way turns a breeze. I have been on this ski for going on 3 years and for someone in their mid 50's this ski is a blessing. Very light also you can duck walk or skate it even on a moderate slope up hill without killing yourself in doing so. It really comes into it's own carving out a track on packed powder even with an occasional ice patch it turns without sliding. I set mine up myself to compisate and make the center of balance slightly diffrent for a bad knee so I could turn with ease when my "bad leg" is on the downhill side..really makes a diffrence...one CON .. this is not a great ski for loose or deep powder as it will sink! Other then that one of the best in it's class!