Because of this, it’s the perfect ski for intermediate to advanced skiers who can handle most slope aspects and very occasionally ski deeper snow off-piste. In our 2013 on snow ski test in Austria, they scored highest for liveliness and short radius turns, making them fun to use and easy to control.
At higher speeds, they don’t perform quite as well and although edge grip is good, they lack stability if travelling very fast on hard snow conditions.
Despite this, for recreational skiers who want to progress and improve their carving turns they work very well. They would also suit an instructor who requires a good demo ski for teaching clients on-piste.