so one word to describe these things FUN!!!(as hell)
the skinny....well there not so skinny or long. They are 140cm long and have sidecut of 150-130-140 with huge rockered tip and scaled bottom. They break trail incredibly easily literally impossible to stuff the tip into the snow even if you try. The bases are plastic which basically means they are impossible to break or score and they do not have metal edge but the plastic edge will hold on hard(but not icey) groomed snow pretty damn well.
I have mine mounted with Voile 3 pins and using an old plastic garmont tele boot.
simply put huge amount of float, while out with a buddy on BC125 I will stay on top of the snow way better than him
easier to turn
the tip can ski over logs and other thins cover below the snow so easily that I basically aim at logs now because they are mearly jumps
break trail super easily
the scaled pattern in soft snow due to huge surface area is quite grippy going up
when the scaled pattern fails you herringbone or sidestep is easier to short lenght
short lenght lets you go though tight spot while traversing/going up than could be done on conventional waxless BC skis
plastic bases cna be run over rocks and logs with basically no damage
super cheap(140 bucks for a pair of skis)
slow everywhere going across or down, especially on packed snow
sideways on hardpack snow is nearly impossible
so much fun though