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Vishnu WET vs HG Junkyard Transfer
aight whats more durbale? and what is Softer? also, when do HG's typically go back into stock?
**This thread was edited on May 12th 2018 at 6:05:03pm
The vishnus are softer, but look at dudes buttering kartels(not a soft ski)
But yeah I’ve heard good things about the durability on both, they are both kinda urban focused skis
also... if youve ever ridden either or both of these skis, give me your full info on the durability of them please.
love my vishnus and they're holding up like tanks. Some minor edge denting but this upcoming season will be my third season on them. Only complaint is that they feel a little too soft when I go big, like I wash-out. Otherwise they're super fun
both are really dope skis, only have experience with hg, they’re hella durable, and with the rocker prettt soft also, honestly with either one you would be fine, both great options
east coast: HG, west coast: vishnu. Love my wets and they are super durable but they aren't exactly at home on manmade hardpack cause they don't have very much effective edge
I'm not familiar with Vishnu Warrenty, but don't forget HG has a two year warrenty
Cant really go wrong with either in terms of durability. Wets do have a small effective edge tho, but so would the transfers because of their rocker (wets more-so). I guess just depends on your price range really. Both are really sick companies, and HG does have an insane warranty that includes park damage if I'm not mistaken.
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