So there rep sent me their new catalog and 1 new ski has and edgeless design for urban, and another has a removable/ replaceable edge so you can switch out after you get cracks. What do you guys think about this?
sounds cool but i think the durability wont hold up and a ski with no edges could only be used for urban because in a park you wont be able to hold an edge on a jump but i dont know should be interesting
Currently watching 16 and pregnant on MTV. The one girl is cute, I'd probably hit it. The other is in rehab for weed. I didn't even know they had rehab for weed...-TWA$
I think it was burton...they had a board that didnt have edges in between the bindings. It was market as a rail/urban board. My buddy had one and he loved it, said that it carved fine unless you were on boiler plate ice.
What holds the edges in place then if they aren't epoxied into the ski? Sounds sketchy. And I think I would like to have edges even on most urban rails, its hard too even hit rails with no edge. Also more parts = less durability IMO.
2bi4 is lightyears ahead of 4bi9, whens the last you saw someone build a house using 4bi9s? -jfletcher