my buddys topsheet is almost completely gone, and underfoot he is missing about 8 inch's of edge and he has about 15 edge cracks. he only wieghs about 130lb's. when he sent them into salomen, they returned them saying nothing.
i had a pair of scott punisher jibs. they were pretty terrible, topsheet durability was shit, edges cracked in about 30 different places and i lost 8 inches of edge on one ski. theyre not stiff, but not soft either and the tip is a lot wider than the tail so they feel awkward when you ski switch
fair enough. my point was its hard to call it the "worst" when it never claimed to be anything special. construction is basic, but pretty good.
worst park skis i've seen were some from surface. i put em (matching serial number/ matching pair) base to base. one had full camber. one was more a flat/ wavy sort of camber going on. blemishes like that out of the factory are inexcusable imo.
lol I own Suspects and other than the fact that the top sheet is just as badly applied as a 2 year old discovering glue I also felt that my edge was giving out way to easily and that its $800 pair of ski that overrated in my opinion. My 2 year armada coda's help up better.
Ha my friend bought a pair of those, literally just fell apart. We made them last maybe 25 days. The only way we were able to do this was to pretty much just cover the entire ski in epoxy every night, also we had to wax the almost everyday. You could take the wax off with your fingernail.
It's a dps concept ski with a 150mm waist, full reverse sidecut, full rocker, and a fully convex base, with the exception of a few cleats on each edge where the ski bends down to have contact with the snow for crust and a little bit more stability on runouts. Bring these to the resort, and it's instant death.