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ive never used them but sean jordan has
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I have a friend who just bought a pair of the Lib Tech NAS Park skis.
Personally I don't have any experience with them and he hasn't got to use them yet, but the guy at the store was explaining how your edges can be ridiculously dull, so that they're fine for rails, and still ski groomers and other terrain just fine. He was saying that the reason for the wierd edge is so that you have more points of contact on the snow, so the ski can hold an edge a lot better with extremely dull edges. The edges actually come de-tuned. Hope that helped.