I sent this to surface the day it happened, I don't know if warranty covers it... they still haven't responded.
"So I was skiing at Baker yesterday (3/29), I did a 180 off a windlip and my tail caught. I fell to my back and watched my ski (189 One Lifes) slide through the clearing I was in and off the cliff-band at the end of the zone. I thought, "What in the hell? I have powder cords, how did that happen?" Turns out that my heel piece ripped out, because that is all I had attached to my powder cord. I went and probed for my ski in the bowl below, no such luck.
I had these skis sent to me new in Jan from causwell, and I love them! I don't know if you guys cover this with warranty, but I'll take a half-warranty! I only need one ski. I'm going to look for my ski in the spring when the snow melts, but even if I find it, it wouldn't do me any good. Because the heel piece came off and now has exposed holes, the ski will just be soaking while I wait for the snow to melt."
what do you all think?
AND DOES ANYBODY KNOW WHY JESTERS ALWAYS FUCKING RIP OUT? (short screws?)
ski extra safe.
R.I.P. CRJ & Saucerboy