BlumpkinPumpkin^^^^^ what he said. Fixable for sure but unless you already have the tools and supplies, it would be easier to take to a shop. Is the top sheet cracking too or is that just the picture angle?
If core shots are something you anticipate will happen more than a few times, it may be worthwhile to invest in doing the repairs yourself. It's pretty simple for the most part.
Definitely stop skiing on it until you fix it or you will make the problem worse.
Lastly don't blame the brand, shit happens and rock beats plastic.
Topsheet looks like it's cracking along the where the core looks to be cracking. And yeah i'm not new to skiing lol i do most repairs myself but just wanted to get a second opinion. wasn't blaming the brand but i've definitely had much more durable skis lol. Core cracking, base cracking, topsheet cracking, and edge/sidewall blow out from a single small rock isn't very impressive imo.
**This post was edited on Nov 3rd 2019 at 11:21:59pm