I really can't see it catching on. I dunno, i can't quite see those skis, actually working that well on like a groomer. How could carvign work?
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The edges are like, wavy, so when you roll it on edge, only like 6 points of contact are between you and the groomer/ice, which makes the edge grip the snow like mad, so ice wont be a problem ever, its like the perfect east coast ski
i demoed a pair one day in NH and they were amazing on ice.. i had no problem carving switch on ice. then i let one of my friends use them and i used his skis and i had i could definatly 100% fell the difference. the manga traction is sooo good on the ice
They ski almost like anything else except they kill it on ice. And the wavy edge has no negetive effects on rails. It's really hardly even noticable when you are looking at them. I would say they will set the standard for hard pack environments. Think of it like having super sharp edges that you can still jib with.