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G_BI have the industrial msnow on my summer setup. It isn't something you should do with your best pair of skis. Id either use a pair of old skis that are too small or look around here on NS for an old pair. The wax definitely comes off of the bases. I notices that in the tails there were some gouges because in the tranny (mine is not abrupt at all) of the drop in sometimes the bristles nick the tails. Id say its worth it though. if your using it in the winter i would worry about any damage as the snow will be covered in real snow
tl;dr - I would get it. I think it is way better than turf because it lasts longer and goes faster. I think the problem of wax coming off of your bases could easily be fixed by a wax now and again.
Sorry that was so long
THEDIRTYBUBBLEmSnow isn't real kind to skis, but it is faster than snowflex, turf, pvc, lattice, etc. The only thing faster is actual snow.
teflon66When you say "isn't real kind to skis," how badly will it effect skis and how?
THEDIRTYBUBBLEIf you wax (hot) your skis regularly, then shouldn't have any issues. If not, them your bases will take a beating, but it's not that bad.
maxstrI've had my drop in for about a year now and I'm starting to notice that it has really slowed down. I'm having trouble now finishing the whole rail. Is anyone having this problem too? I have Mwax and I always us it. Is there any way to fix it with out replacing the Msnow?