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Durable east coast rail ski?
I live on the east coast and I'm looking for a durable rail ski because I basically do all rails. Some jumps but not huge ones. I hear a lot of good things about hg skis so they're an option but pretty expensive. If anyone has any suggestions please list em. Chipping doesn't matter just looking for durable bases and edges and preferably buttery and soft. Thanks
The 2015s are somewhat butter-rier than the 2014s, but it's mostly just because the 2015s are wider and have tip and tail rocker.
I've been riding on the ON3P Filthy Rich for a few years now. With edges twice as thick as normal skis, UHMW sidewalls, double thick sintered bases, and bamboo cores, they're skis that don't quit easy on you. Before riding the Filthy Rich I was going through 1 or 2 pairs of skis a season, now I'm making 1 pair last at least a season if not more. Highly recommended.
HG Stingers for sure. Beefier than any other park ski I have had. The edges are the thickest I have seen and my bases have hardly any gouges or scratches. They are worth the money.
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