but in all seriousness i hate seeing kids suggest a ski they have never ridden before and give a breif description on liek flex and stuff like that. Its fine to sugest a ballpark ski that someone might like but don't take it beyond that point
if you dont know anything about it then yes but if you have friends that have ridden the ski and they have told you about how they ride and how well they work in certain aspects then i think it is okay, or if you have flexed them in a shop you can generally tell the flex just from that or on the companies websites list stiffness. lots of people have general information on skis and i think its great that they share it with others who ask for help. if your making stuff up then its a whole different story, but otherwise people tend to know lots about different types of skis through reading reviews and through word of mouth from other riders. but thats just my opinion.
ON3P Blue Steele's. They have a great flex, and are bombproof. They ride awesome and are one of the most fun park skis made. Oh and by the way I have never ridden them in my life, but these are all facts.
"i come home from school today and my entire house smells like shit. i walk to the back yard, theres a septic truck and a shit volcano"- CC_steeze
"game play looks sick, i also love the whole new view, not third person, or first, but from a 45 degree angle to the side"- ROOS
"Did you know that K-Rob is in Jamaica?"- Superpoluha
"That's because he's black"- Me
i wanted to say the same exact thing but i couldnt have worded it better myself
Please exlain to me how it is physically possible for bumblebees to rails. First, no company makes skis small enough to give the proper fit to bumble bees and second, even if a bee did get skis on, he'd probably just fly over the box. No wonder America scores low in science. People don't use common sense