LonelyHonestly plastidip is super tough. Did the sideskirt of my forester. Did some fast driving over some rocks and held up fine and is still looking good after almost 2 months. Not to mention its cheap.
No doubt, I did my whole sled, It's been very durable to tree branches and folding when I roll it.
rozboonThe problem with Plastidip is that (depending what it's on) if it starts coming off a little bit the whole lot comes off shortly afterwards.
If you want spraypaint to stick, you'll want to lightly rough up the topsheet with something like a scouring pad then primer it with something that will properly etch plastic. A lot of generic etch primers these days will adhere reasonably well to plastic, just check the can.
Primer is key to getting the paint to stick, if you're just going for the murdered out look you can get matt black etch primer and then you won't even have to topcoat it...
No doubt, I did my whole sled, It's been very durable to tree branches and folding when I roll it. you're right though, it has pulled up a bit where the hood straps are, however I just cut it off and spray over it again. Not sure how it would hold up on skis.