THEDIRTYBUBBLEDon't know how Revisions hold up, but a lot of my friends ride Liberty. I have 3 friends that have had antigens and they all loved them and still ride them. Those things are noodles, but they're pretty durable from the looks of things. Then I have 2 friends who tried Transfers, and they sucked. My one friend had 2 pairs, both of which fell apart in a month. He has since gone back to Antigens and still loves those
what sizes do they ride for antigens? I got a pair in 184 (2 sizes too big for me) that absolutely blew up in a few days of riding out of nowhere. They are fucking boards too but I assume thats because they are made for someone who is +200 lbs and im a scrawny white boy (aren't we all)
I got a warranty and they were super easy to deal with so good on them, but everyone I have seen with liberty skis has said the same thing happened to them on the antigens. Ive seen the transfers hold up a lot better however.
I have also seen Revisions shit the bed real fast too out of nowhere so OP, it sounds like both companies are swing or miss but Liberty told me that next year, they have fixed all the problems they were having with their old skis so they should be alot better.
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