i cant remember if the seths are 90mm or less, but these skis are the shit man. im thinking im gonna get the new seth. it rips all mtn. its got a good waist and ive heard good things about them in the park.
Yeesh, Madens are really not all mountain skis unless you are like 6'4 and 200 lbs. They are super burly, like steering a cadillac around on groomers. The Maden is really only a powder ski for most people.
If you want all mountian, go for Vicious's or Armada ARV's.
wtf why.. all skis are the same for rails.. except these skis that have the "double edge" to prevent damage.. but seths wood be fine on rails.. super stable to due to the width.. theres plenty of people who ride seths ONLY in the park for jumps and rails so im sure there pretty good
Seth,s Mojo 90, ARV, Chronic Blend. Stay away from Big Troubles if you're going to be riding much park on them - one of mine delammed on my first day hitting big kickers and Dynastar wouldn't warranty it.
now you and me both know that that is malarky. some skis are obviously better for rails then others. the t-halls for one with rounded edges. my libertys aswell slide rails very well aswell. but other skis u have to file down to get a smooth ride. now being some one who has demoed this model ski, i am not pulling this out of my ass, personally i think they are not as good on rails as say the invader.
hahahaha dude, firstly, rounded edges, is 100% marketing.. they do that so salesman(like me) can tell the customer that "hey they have rounded edges for rails" so that the ski looks as park specific as possible to help market the ski to that kid who wants a park ONLY ski.. rounded edges do nothing performance wise considering u can round your own down, have a shop do it, or have it naturally occur from riding...
Secondly, you should have found that seth's were more stable than invaders on rails due to the added width... the ONLY thing that could possibly dictate as "rail performance" would be the extra pop you get from a park speicifc ski versus a ski like the viscious.... but thats not rail performance thats jumping performance.. and were not talking about that...
so please, do not consider how well they do on rails when selecting your skis... Thanks:)
made'ns are sick for park. they turn on a dime on groomers. whoever said they are burly skis for linebacker types obviously hasn't skied them. they're super soft and very user friendly. if you like a softer ski, you'll love these for everything: pow, park, groomers, etc... if you like a stiffer ski, go with something like the MSP of the seth vicious. i really like the MSP. super solid feel.