Long story short, we're three friends who bought the same ski, the ON3P Filthy Rich after hearing from everyone how durable and good a ski it is!
Good ski - definitely true! The ski is by far the best ski i've ever skied (friends too), and it's been a blast having it.
Durable - Not really. We got our skis in february and as i am writing this, the last and third pair is being buried.
What happened? Was i because we were to hard on them? Not really. Considering we've been hitting medium sized jumps and we have a pretty basic rail game, it should not be our way of skiing that's been to hard on them? Almost every skier i know rides harder than me (and us), and their ski is still going strong.
Within the first 2 days, the first pair delaminated in the front and was sent back to get replaced. ON3P was service minded and nice and replaced the pair considering they were only 2 days old.
We skied them for another month, and mid trip to Tahoe the second pair completely delaminated just behind one of the bindings, losing all the pop and stiffness. We wrote to ON3P who then gave my friend a discount code so he could get a new pair with 40% off.
By this point, the only pair "left" was my skis that was still holding up good at this point.
It was only until this morning were i saw one of the skis had delaminated under the foot + it had several edge cracks. This left us with 3 pairs of skis within 2 months.
This might just be us who's been unlucky (we did order the 4bi9 edition which has a different top sheet originally made for the Jeronimo) but however these episodes has made me not recommending the ski even though it was really fun to ski.
Please leave a comment if you have had the same issue or the complete opposite and you are riding your FR on second season.
I do beforehand apology for my english as it is not my main language. I hope you do get the message tho.