They're alot like reactors, most people love them, some people hate them, some people brake them. Lots of people use them on rails without any problems, I just wouldn't do 50ft disasters.
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THANK YOU FAIRVIEW!!! see line is awesome and warranties when reactors/skis break. dynastar will not warranty shit. they are made so that the edges break so you gotta buy new skis. i would not recommend TMs at all. get line, they warranty
^oh shit, my ski looks bad, stop being such a woman. I have a pair of TMs, I got one crack in them because i could them on the corner to the start of a box. I got them professionally repaired, and now they rip again. If you have never ridden the TMs, do not comment about whether they are shitty or not. They are the best twin I have skied.
your damn right they did. im not even kidding. the more their skis break, the more often people have to buy new ones which means more money for them. and since dynastar doesnt warranty anything at all they dont give a fuck. and i actually have ridden my friends TMs before and they were horrible.
iannick kills 8 pairs of skis a season. says a lot for salomon
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my troubles didn't last very long, skied them about 20 times and base and one edge got ripped off a bit from the nose. no rails with them, only jumps.
my friends TMs delammed from the center of the ski only after 15 times of skiing. luckily he got new ones in a couple of days.
i think this tells a lot about their durability, super great for jumping but not so long lasting.
super fun ski, great flex, rides great, but i destroyed 2 pairs this season, and 1 last summer (sat out part of last season and the summer cause of a knee). depends on how much you ride really. if you just do weekends it should hold up fine, but if you're riding a ton you're gunna go through a bunch of them. but i guess ame goes for most ski's, the truth is, compared to snowboards, all skis are pretty fragile.
Really nice thing happened to me today. I got a call from the shop where I bought TMs, and they said that I won't get new skis. That sounds more than idiotic because base and edge were coming out of the ski! I sure want to know what is their reason not to replace those skis with new ones.
Yes I do know that the importer is the one who decides whether skis will be replaced or not. I'm definitely going to call them again if the reason for not to replacing the skis is something like "they aren't broken enough" or "this doesn't have an affect how ski behaves". It just feels so wrong that if the ski breaks because of the manufactures mistake and they won't replace it. Gotta get used it, I think.
You're a fool if you think they will be better on rails. The ONLY thing they changed about this ski is the graphic. The edge is the exact same crappy edge as the old ones. So I guess they will be better if flames help you slide rails.
mine sucked ass.
My topsheet got ripped off under the bindig and my edges have cracked 23 places!!
i rode them 1 season
DON'T BUY THEM!!!
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