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Durability of Armada Zero Line Compared to Normal Armada Line
I'm currently considering buying a pair of 2018 El Dente Zeros; however, I have heard from a few people that the Zeros are considerably more weak compared to the skis that are in Armada's regular line. From what iv been told the smaller edges lack the durability the normal edges have, which causes them to crack really easily (even with the capped sidewall) leading to the ski completely falling apart soon after. Granted, the kids I have heard this from ski mostly park and are banging their skis on rails all day and can essentially blow up any pair of skis decently quick. Nonetheless, I would plan on using the skis for around the same thing... So I am wondering if anyone else who currently has, or has had a pair of Zeros has any input on the durability or the life I could expect out of the skis? Would you say their complete pieces of shit compared to other park skis or they match up relatively similar? Just trying to figure out if they are worth buying or if their only gonna last a week sliding rails?Thanks for any input!
i havent read the details but i would think that the Zero line uses as good or better materials and construction than the regular line, if anything. however if they have thinner edges then that could definitely make a big difference regarding what you talked about.
so what im saying is, i really doubt theyre less durable generally speaking. but if they do have different edge sizes then yeah, that's a consideration you should make when buying
Didn't you already make a thread about this
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