how to people like them. last weekend i took out a piece of edge in my fujis and my fujis are starting to delam and there is a big bubble in my base and im missing some sidewall underfoot. so they are gonna be toast someday im fearing too soon. anyways im looking at ghettos, walls, and dumonts. what are your opinions?
I demo'd both skis at a demo last year. I liked the dumonts better i found them to be lighter and more resposive. Which lead me to get a pair of dumonts this year. The ghettos are dope non-the-less, they're a bit heavier but solid for sure. If money is a factor i'd go with whatever you can get for cheaper, but if you have the means i'd take a strong look at the dumonts
i cant say i have ever tried the dumonts but id like to
and i dont know if you tried rossi's with demo bindings or not but if you did that will pretty much double the weight of the ski...
if you throw soem turntabels on the ghettos you wont even notice the weight at all
the ghettos are an awesome ski. great flex pattern. the only negative thing i have to say about my ghettos is that the edges are paper thin. they don't hold up to well if you hitting a lot of rails. i;ve got 2 spots on my ski about 3 inches long where i had to fill it with epoxy because the edge cracked and then fell out.
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best skis ive ever owned, i had some last year that lasted me 110+ days riding hard. the only problems i had with them was the edges got real thin and eventually wore down to the sidewall. (this was after 90+ days of riding on them. In december this year they finally snapped behind the binding. I was not dissapointed at all that they broke. Any ski that can last 100+ days of rails, jumps, and hard riding is a great ski in my books.
I got another pair of ghettos this year and I love them. Better than any other park ski I have ridden in my opinion (I have ridden a lot over the years!)
I have the rossignol scratch fs wrs, exact same ski as ghetto, great ski, ski it in the park, on the groomers, in the bumps, in the glades, even a bit of powder like 9 inches or less, super stable of the jumps and has great pop, super light weight and super durable too
ehhhh the walls are alright, i have them and i think theyre only alright. kind of stiff, and the edges dont last forever, or at least as long as some other skis, if you can find a good deal on them then i would go for it, but otherwise i would check out another ski like the ones you were talking about