Pros: Fun in fresh or soft snow. Graphics. Weekday ski
Cons: Needs more camber for hardpack. Not a weekend ski
Super ski for fresh snow up to 6 inches or soft groomed surfaces. It is stable underfoot with the dual rocker and just seems to want to float nicely forward. It seemed to stall in deeper snow when I reached the flats most likely because either it is a bit too narrow in the waist and/or too short but we rarely have deeper snow here in the Midwest anyhow.. I bought it a bit too short(got a great deal on a 150 cm) knowing that the size might have deep snow limitations and it has been good purchase since the chances of getting Western snow conditions are nil and its nice be able to do shorter turns on narrow runs or if it gets busy for safety The ski seems to be firm enough to handle semi packed snow at speed. A good match for me because I enjoy wide turns in soft snow and it is made for lighter weight skiers. The cute distinctive graphics make it easy to find in the ski rack and gets positive comments.
Discovered that the ski hates groomed pounded down fast hard pack and tight turns as much as I do perhaps because of its low camber and longer turn radius. The Sassy ski will stay home on crowded fast hard pack crowded weekends when skiing is not really fun and a bland common rental type carving ski would perform better and be less likely to be stolen.