Yes those skis are indestructible noddles. I still have mine from like 5 years ago. I had to p-tex and put a rivet in the tail to keep them delaminating, but other than that I have had no problems. Easily the durable ski I have ever owned.
"If you were to assemble a United States of Playground you would need a place to locate a capital; a place where the landscape was created by Dr. Seuss with a backhoe. A place where it is possible to wake up in summertime and drive to winter. In short, you would need Utah."-Jonny Moseley
have 2 pairs of invaders, and a pair of anthems. So indestructible
I love them all. Scary as fuck landing switch nose heavy on a jump though.
EXCUSE ME 38 1/4 YEAR OLD great god mufago plays chess with you subconscious. he speaks of yellow capricorn leprechauns and the godless flying salmon. buffalosoldiersupercalifrajelisticexpialadosciousbroskisavalanchecenterdogbone. tell me the definitions of which i ask. jib cats.-loganimlach
aw yeah i still use my invaders as urban skis. most indestructable park ski ever made, i rode them for 3 or 4 seasons on hill and then as jib skis for two years since then. not great for bigger jumps but they are the noodly little jib ski that everyone needs.
Do you think pros have fun when they are training so they can win comps and put food on the table to support their baby momma? Fuck fun its all about the Cash serious people need to eating and eating is not always fun
"half of ns isn't old enough to care about this shit and the other half is too high to do anything about it"
Yes, I have a pair, the colorful one with the drawings, ugliest design ever, but a super fun ski!
i did my first dub with them! They're pretty worn out now, but I sometimes use them for really trashy urbans !
Skiing is a lot like sex. When it's good, it's great, when it's bad, it's still pretty good.