Knewnewsnot of any real consequence. not trying to be a douche or anything i just dont think freestyle guys outside of pipe or mougles have much interest in brushing.
just like in freestyle it is hard to compete with kids that have 20k+ dumped into their skiing every year.
within 2 runs with most snow and temperature combos your bases will be scoured clean by friction.
by all means keep doing your thing and teaching people, good contribution just not sure how applicable it is for the average park skier.
This is why I am posting some of my tuning stuff here on NS. Seems too many of you young rippers just don't understand how much good ski work can help your game in a big way.
The deal about allowing the snow to "scrape off" the wax is totally bogus. It will never be any good. And if the wax is a bit soft for the snow conditions you will suck wind hard.
The distance between features and jumps may be short and when you need speed it is critical to have the best glide possible.
I have over forty years of skiing under my belt and have been tuning for years so my observations are from real experience and not from just reading some stuff on the interweb.
Your comment is a good one as you add to the discussion in an important way.