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I've ridden my arv's about 20 days so far this year and they have yet to let me down. They're 95 underfoot and pretty soft. I have tm's for park but i rarely ever ride them. I've never had the arv's on rails though.
as your lawyer i advise you to buy a pair of arv's
how are ARV's on rails? i was thinking of getting some ARV's. i ski alot of woods and pow, some groomers sometimes, and im getting into freestyle a little bit so im wondering how they are on rails. i can imagine theyre good on jumps cause they have a stable underfoot. but yeha i like pow drops and popping in and out of the deep stuff.
you got what i meant. sorry for not being specific enough but yes i was wondering abut the durability of the edges and how the width of the ARV's handle on rails stability wise and if they are too wide, as as to go too slow like ^ he said.
I would just get the seths if I were you. People don't seem to realize that the difference in skis sizes, like in this case according to you they are like 7 cm bigger than you're ideal ski, is quite small, especially once distrubted to the tip and tail, so really either end is only like 3 cm longer than you are looking for and if you wanna ski pow that isn't gonna hurt you any. don't get so caught up in sizing as long as they aren't too short and you know how to ski it wont be an issue.