I just got some new skis, went out riding and realized that i have a few scratches on my base. Now I've gotten scratches before but not cared because they were older skis etc. But with my new pair i want to preserve them as long as possible. So i know scratches are bad for you base but how do you distinguish a deep scratch from shallow one. Is there a certain depth that you should go to a ski shop and get them fixed? Any help for me being a newby would be greatly appreciated !
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Honestly with a park ski, when you can see the core then it's time to get filled. You'll KNOW when its too bad, it's a park ski, there's gonna be some pretty nasty gouges on them, but that's pretty normal. Most park skis now have extra thick bases as well, so I wouldn't worry about it.
that looks like the tip, that's no biggie. Afterbangs have a pretty thick base, so you should be fine. if it is into the layers of fiberglass or wood, that's different and requires fixing. don't sweat it, they're made for abuse
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