.....not purposely. I've skied my liberty double helix's less than 10 days and they are already starting to deform. damn bamboo cores...
has anybody else had an experience like this?
on hardpack they're kinda funky. it would take some getting used to. they feel really dead when your you carve on the groomers. i haven't noticed a significant differnece in pow yet, but then again i don't know how long they have been like this. - i just noticed the problem yesterday.
i'm not sure if i did all the damage, but i can tell you that the skis are only bent in the tips and tails (both skis). underfoot they appear to be flat. i heard that liberty had problems with making their fatter skis torsionally stiff enough - i didn't think it would be this bad.
i rode the skis today in some heavy pow and they slayed. so easy to turn. (not as easy as the arg's though, which i rode later in the day.) on the soft groomers at the bottom they performed well - real easy to roll from turn to turn. they were a bit squirrly if they weren't on edge though. i think i'm going to keep the skis a while longer before i think about a warranty.
ski companies should look into convex bases; i think it would make a super fun pow /soft groomer/ crud ski imo.
is there some way to do this yourself?