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BWalmerComing from someone who used to go through 2 pairs of skis a season, I know how bad breaking skis sucks. That being said, I started skiing on ON3Ps 4 years ago (facebook just reminded me of that, haha) and I can now go 2 seasons on 1 pair of skis. Bamboo is super resilient and won't snap as easily as other woods, and the materials that go into the ski are top of the line. If you ski aggressively and are looking for a pair of park skis I highly suggest the ON3P park line (Prester for cambered, Filthy Rich for skinnier rockered, Kartel 98 for wider rockered).
KravtZRiding aggressive park as you put it....going off huge jumps slamming your skis into solid ice....sliding and slamming your skis around on metal rails. Yea...it will break skis.
Why don't you just buy a solid cheap park ski? Surface blanks or something of the like. Cheap if you break them just buy a new pair then
ski-bolaYou could always get some of the new revision skis. They've got the rail warranty so if you do snap your skis or rip out the edges theyl send you new ones.
tomPietrowskiBreaking skis may just be to do with how you ride. I have broken skis before in less then two hours so some people will just destroy skis.
If your after a park ski I would go for somthing from a bigger brand that way if you need a warrenty hopefully it should be pretty easy. Salomon NFx and the volkl wall I love both those skis and they have held up really well.