I'm 6' and weigh 200lbs. I bought a pair for shits, and absolutely love them. I do not slide rails, but shred them on real lines way harder than they probably should be. I only have about 10 days on them, because they are one of a many skis, but they have been great so far.
bought a pair of them and rode them about 8 days and then i got about 3 major edge cracks where the base is pushing out. they are a sick and fun ski but the durability isnt there. ive got a lot more edge cracks now riding about a month straight on them.
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Sintered bases are made by heating powdered ptex so that it fuses to a porous material capable of absorbing wax. It is then cut into sheets. Extruded bases are just squeezed out in a molten sheet and allowed to cool. I think all racing skis have sintered bases.