Neither. just reada thread on here about a guy snapping his jibs, and i witnessed my friend snap his vices from landing a bit backseat off a 15ft kicker. both seem weak as hell and moments a bitch company about warranty
you basically posted of someone else. when people ride in the park they are putting a major amount of abuse on their skis and then they wonder why their skis break. when you get your ski caught under a box or rail you are most likely going to break something no matter what ski brand. the guys at moment are simply doing their job since they dont want to lose money to a whiny ass kid that broke his skis in the park its just a waste of time and money you the skier make the decision to put abuse on your skis. if your ski breaks while you are just cruising or just a minor fall then yeah you might want to call the ski company. the dudes and dudettes are legit they make durable products my sister shreds her night trains every day even if the resort has fresh or not and they hold up nicely and ski insanely well. when riding in the park it is "ski at your own risk"
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Landing on a nose or tail with an uncertain amount of pressure is NO justification for a complete break. I did post of someone else because i have first hand experience of my good friend breaking his skis 6 days into the season. Maybe he got a bad pair, maybe not, either way the break is not justifiable under any terms.