How dull should edge actually be? I got my Abangs a few weeks ago (Haven't skied them yet) but I dulled the edges some and tried sliding them on my Prail (a 1" wide pvc rail I made for fruitbooting) and the edges still catch on those. Should I dull them to the point where they don't catch at all?
Be kind, new park skier here.
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round em out a little bit. youll be able to feel it with your hand. they dont need to be completely flat, just run a gummystone over em. or if you are never going to want to sharpen them again, just break out the file and do that a little.
there's a certain point where it neither looks good nor functions properly...that's when you know you look steezy - no_steeze
don't take a file to your edges for sure, if you're not careful, that is a good way to fuck your shit up. Just get a semi-hard (lolz) gummi stone and go over your a few times underfoot, and just let riding do the rest.
hope that helped
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