My friend has last years Karma 177's...they are fucking money, they absolutely kill it everywhere, he uses them to ski big-mountain chutes from the tram at Big Sky, and then when it's time for lunch does park on the way to the lodge...just get them, they are so versatile, you probably won't need another ski except for the most epic powder days.
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only one guy siriusly has responded to this thread, everyone else talks about the overall ski durability. i could be wrong but i think the guy who posted this wants to know about the edges. and i would like to as well.
Alright, well I'm pretty confident that edges fall into "overall ski durbility" cause if your topsheet is fine but your edges are ripped out, thats not a very durable ski, now is it? They are durable in all aspects, so yes, the edges are durable as well...is that better?
Dude, joke's totally on them, you should make a t-shirt that says 'all you fools suck' and on the back it can say 'I rule coz T-dawg said so' and yeah, you'll be rockin it shibby, new steeze brah, wikkid! ~PhattTim
yeah they edges are durable as fuck. just keep ur skis off each other in air or something and dont wak it on the side of a box or rail if u fuck up well onthe top sheet edge at least cuz igot chipped up
a friend of mine from new england was driving through georgia on a road trip and he ends up getting pulled over for speeding. the cop goes "son you were goin 80 in a 60. no one goes that fast through georgia." my friend responds with "well, Sherman did"