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I'd have to disagree.. i believe the egde thickness does make a difference. I believe the thicker the longer they last.
and to have skis break in that short of time sucks nuts.
and idk why you'd say bluehouse is least legit..? what the hell does that mean? apperently they're better than atomic.
I agree it does save weight, but I am not convinced that this is why manufacturers pick thinner edges for certain models....The most likely motivation is that it saves money. Less material, easier to make and manipulatse and easier to get from suppliers. The weight savings is barely noticable when skiing, but the cash saving is obvious especially when you are selling thousands of skis.