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Thoughts on the shreditor 102s
How does the shreditor 102 hold up in the park? I'm torn between the Blends and shred 102s and I want to be shire which ski is more effective and "bomb-proof"
I have a pair of 102s. It was for me the first park ski I've bought over 90mm waist and they feel to sloppy and lanky for me. I do have the 2014s though so that was the last year they had the old shape with a much wider nose and tail. Since I've bought them I've wanted something a little narrower and shorter like the blends.
As far as durability goes, I can't complain about the Shreditors. Mine have lasted me over a year which is a record for me. That being said I haven't rode them quite as hard as my old skis.
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Collin Collins shreds them in the park, jumps and rails. Then again he also skis the 112 in the park
I've had the line blends for a bit of time now, and I love the way they ride, however if you are looking for something that can really take a beating, they might not hold up. My topsheet is chipped and strait up coming right off in some places, they kind of look like shit. But, I still love the skis, I would buy them again.
I love my 102s. I ride them almost every day of the year, in and out of the park.
they are awesome for butters, slarving, slashing, windlips, rails, smaller jumps and skiing around the mountain when it's soft. you can actually rail them surprisingly hard in soft snow. You need to bury the ski pretty deep in the snow to get it to hold. otherwise you will just flex right through the ski.
they aren't good for carving on harder snow, busting through crud, skiing super fast or landing big jumps.
they look rad
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