The Ace of Spades Ti Pro is a sick ski, just costs out the ass so dunno if you'd want to be smashing rails all day on them. Race base too which doesn't make huge sense but they're sick as hell on groomers and as a general all-mountain ski that should still slay park.
One of the people I ride with at Breck rides for Nordica and goes through a lot of skis in a season. LOVES the skis, but for some reason he manages to destroy them pretty quickly. I'm still edgy about trying any because I can't afford to replace skis at the rate he goes through them. Of course, everyone rides differently and breaks things (if I don't have FKS on my skis my bindings are likely to explode in a week), so it's not necessary the best durability evaluation.
"For me, my family, my friends and skiing, that is for me. That's my life. The joy I get from skiing... that's worth dying for." - CR Johnson
I don't know if we know the same person, but I also have a friend I ride with in Breck who has gone through 3 pairs of the Ace of Spades in about a month. The durability of the ski is terrible, however, he absolutely loves how they ride.
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The reason behind nordica's "stepping up" this year is because this is the last year they're planning on making race skis. So, they didn't develop anything new and they just changed the graphics on all their race skis. All the money from the race department will now go towards other things like their twintips
Hey, if i'm going to be in mount snow too, can i film with the gold projectz!!!??!