On the website they are grey and kinda boring but everything on the actual ski is more saturated. That and the gray area is really combinations of greens and teals.
ON3P Wrenegade graphics are way better than advertised. Check it out.
I can't tell the difference between yours and mine, but I know mine are slightly thinner, so the graphics must be cut off a little bit. I put in a request for the topsheet change when I ordered my skis, and right before they pressed them Scott e-mailed me to see if I also wanted the Wren bases, or to stay with the green Vicik ones. I ended up going with Wren bases, so mine are virtually identical to yours, but now I kind of wish I had gone with the Vicik bases so my skis would be a little more unique. I can't see them when I am skiing, so what's the difference?
The topsheet and base changes were no extra charge, so with the little additional carbon they put underfoot, I have custom skis inside and out for their stock presale price of $550. I am still totally amazed at that. ON3P totally rocks!
Wrens are 115 mm wide, 191 twin tip, stiffer flex, etc. Mine are 186 Viciks with a half-twin tail, 104 mm waist, thinner ski profile and therefore softer flexing than the Wrens, etc. Instead of the standard Vicik plaid topsheet and green/white bottoms, I had the put on the Wren tops and bases, but the ski is a Vicik, it is just disguised as a Wren. Two different model skis, just the same topsheet and p-tex colors.
Just like any of their skis, you can get'm with a Grizzlycorn topsheet and bases, instead of the stock ones. I just went for the Wren graphics instead of the stock. The Vicik is similar to the Wren, just a little narrower and softer.