The best powder ski i've ever had
di Jon, Product Content, Blue Tomato, 24 mag 2023
In powder the waist width and 3D tech mean that you're never sinking regardless of how deep the snow is. On hard pack it grips surprisingly well. The UL stands for ultralight, and the skis construction means that it is remarkably light while not losing any performance. I paired this ski with the Shift Binding so it works equally well touring up or freeriding down. I'd recommend this ski to anyone who wants a super light powder ski which still rips! Compared to other powder skis that I've ridden the only downside i can think of is the performance in ridden out or icy snow. However considering the light weight of the skis that's not too surprising, if it were stiffer, it would be heavier. So i'm willing to sacrifice a tiny teeny bit of hard snow performance.
I'd reccomend this ski to any rider who's looking for a new pair of premium powder skis. If you pair these with the Shift binding as I did, you can tour anywhere with these. I'd recommend to mount the ski on the 'freeride' line, as I find you have better soft snow performance.