TwigDefinitely detune them properly, it will help with longevity as well as not catching and dying. My test pair were razor sharp out of the box, I would not even dream of hitting a rail on them like that without a detune.
Yeah that's what I figured. Holy smokes are the sharp and they stick out pretty far too. I've never detuned skis before. I always rode K2 and Line in the past and never had an issue with them, especially after sliding a few boxes first or whatever.
Do you have a recommended guide to follow or anything?