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danbrownyou bought used park skis in person and you didn't inspect the edges? haha what
freewillieNo I knew they were gonna be a little fucked, and it was night, and they were cheap, and they were needed because I dont want to fuck up a different ski.
I am more interested in how long it takes for the edge to rip out...
KansasJibItll take about as long as it takes for you to hit a rock/branch
freewillieIs there any way I can give em some more anything to make it so that doesn't happen?
Swandog7Sounds like you bought yourself some soon to be urban condition skis. Id dedicate these to urban/summer pretty soon and mount them with some cheap bindings and get a new setup. Really depends on how much you ski though the season though
CHORIZOsounds like u got ur meat beat bud, but it was ur own fault so u beat ur own meat
freewillieI ski about twice a week at hood. I just bought new skis which is why I wanted beaters...these are a little more beeted then I thought though haha
Swandog7If you pay attention to then you'll be good to go
freewillieAre cracked edges truly that touchy? They are just hairline cracks. At first I had to look around to make sure it wasn't a manufacturing deal (like thats where the loop of edge ended/started). Like if I hit a branch or rock or something will they just rip out?
BROLFI've ridden skis with edge cracks for months without the edges falling off. Even when the edges do rip out a bit, they're park skis, who cares? They should last for another month after a little edge rips out. I'd say that's a good deal