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I just recently distroyed one of my black 1080 cussons. I did a cliff, and landed right on a rock. The impact shattered part of my base, ripped out a lot of edge, and gashed the base. My other ski is in perfect condition, and the shops are tellin me not to bother fixing the broken one. let me know if youve ever broken your 1080s, and also, does ANYONE HAVE a SINGLE salomon 1080 CUSSON ski to hook me up with? PLEASE!
but did you have fun?
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The old (un space frame) tens are practically indestructable. The foam flexes out quick, but they rarely snap. I've ridden mine hard for two seasons. I'm going out to break them this year, but like you said, you pretty much gotta land straight in a rock to kill em. The spaceframes suck.
When you assume, you make an ass out of u and me.(think about it)
'My knee hurts' (Jeff Merat after grinding a lunch table for an hour instead of sitting in the ski patrol shack for his torm mcl and acl which he got earlier that day.)
'I'm not asking for any help, just mabe for you to get off your ass.'(my dad)
yah, my dorions were indestructable no matter how hard i tried. and i did rock jibs a-plenty, roof jibs without any snow on em, steel pole taps(ski by a steel pole adn side kick it as hard as possible), a few tree jibs, and skied on gravel, i did this and there were only a few minor scratches on the bases, maybe only a milimeter deep, if that. i would still be skiing on them as rock skis if they hadnt gotten stolen
Whats the difference between a screwdriver and Bill Clinton?
A screwdriver turns in screws, and bill clinton screws interns.
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