yeah freeski1620 you know nothing. Every ski is not 'sharp' the factories dull the edges. This is because if your edges are a perfect 90 degrees they hold onto turns to much and you cant transition very well. The t-halls are only a little more rounded underfoot. Again if you knew anything underfoot is the place that matters least when turning. Ever since something called parabolic skis its been the tips and tails that make the turns. Make sure ya know what your talking about. I would go ar5 t-halls are super expensive and its only for a diff. flex pattern that makes butters, tailpresses nose presses easier and the rounded edges. Its a great ski but for the money I would say the ar5 holds up more pound for pound. I have em in 180 they are hot!
well the way I see it... even with parabolics, your underfoot edge is very important. All you weight is over that region and thus plays a big role in turns... but I could be wrong.
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