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Best way to maintain ski camber?
Hey y'all, just looking for some tips on how to keep skis in the best shape possible to get the most life out of them.
I know ski straps, or something that keeps the tips together, are recommended. Anything else?
ski straps aren't going to help keep camber, nothing is going to help really, skiing them over and over is going to eventually change the flex but keeping camber should be the last thing you worry about. you won't notice if it decreases, what you will notice is when the ski has been used and flexed so much you get a slight early rise in the tip/tail.
Zip tie the contact points then stick a block of wood in the middle.
they should keep their camber unless you're buttering like edollo
My arvs lost their camber with in a week. A month later they were completely rockered out in the tip and tail so I'd like some tops as well.
I've heard of people lying their skis flat on the ground and putting a brick underfoot over the summer.
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