This is mainly aimed at UK dryslope riders but anyone with a good knowledge of base repairs might have ideas.
Ive been riding at Bracknell for a few sessions now and have found that
the shitty Perma-snow suface has caused the base to burn (or perhaps
wear) away next to the edges of my skis. I reckon this is because the friction is causing the edges to heat up. Just wondering if anyone else
has had such problems and if its fixable?
It seems that the extruded base on 06/07 Invaders is too soft or melts too easily to be durable on Perma-snow.
Ive heard rumours that a temp fix is to fill the gap next to the edge with epoxy, smoth and file. Any thoughts on that? These skis will probably only be used on dry slopes from now on but I would like to perserve them as long as possible.
Any suggestions welcome except the obvious: to buy new skis.