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john18061806Be sure you gap to flat on dfds and go flat to flat on quads.
tdollomake sure to file it down so it doesn't pull out as quickly
john18061806my edges never pull out
FrenchFrySounds like on3p has changed, i rode my filthy riches for 3 years haha. Hard af too
Squirrel_MurphyI need a new butt, mine has a crack in it.
iggyskierSame edge/sidewall we've always used. Obviously the vast majority of customers have your experience, but sometimes there are skiers, like the OP, that just seem really hard on gear. We have employees in here with park skis 4 years old and just a few edge cracks. I'm just now sending Magnus a backup pair of park skis for the year, though he's been hitting urban for 4 months straight now and his skis are still good to go after a recent base grind. We sell a ton of park skis these days, so even though it seems like there are more threads with issues now than there have been in the past, per capita, each year has been better than the last.
If you are detuning/swapping skis and are still getting edge cracks, take a look at how you ski. If you slide with your feet at an angle or land heavy on your skis when you get onto rails, you will be rougher on skis than others.
SteezOnSkis12Good one dad!
weilerInvest in skis that don't get edge cracks.