FrenchSilkPaiHasn’t seemed to be the case with armadas, moments, k2s and Lines.
All your evidence is anecdotal case reports. Until someone does a randomized controlled trial, consider risk of delamination a random occurrence if hitting rails. All rails are different. Different skier weights. Different skis. Different lengths. Different hits on rails. Different angles. Different temperatures. Different humidity. Different friction. Different forces in every which way. I could go on all day. Nothing is the same so one simply cannot compare brands as people continually try to do. Blanket statements do nothing. Ever think that the reason you don't
hear about some company covering some crappy non-warranty issue is because the skis are holding up to continuous abuse and never actually reached this point🤔??
Everyone complains about the skis that break, but by far there are more skis that get tossed literally off a mountain and are fine. You'll never hear that PR though.
OP not sure why you're complaining about a company not covering a clear non-warranty issue. Sure you have examples of all brands going out of their way and covering some folks' non-warranty park issues such as ditches and bitches but I'm sure plenty of those same brands also deny plenty of these false warranties. Just because someone posts a thread that x company covered their park delam, doesn't mean they actually told the company that they skied park. Ever think of that? Gotta be smart with warranties man even if it's shady (sorry indie brands); let them decide how the damage occurred if you aren't prepared to accept the fact of a denial.
Idk who this ski company is, but what if their margins are so thin that they can't afford to lose a few hundred bucks?
All I'm saying in this giant response is think before you speak. There's plenty of unknown reasons. Quit drawing conclusions from your one experience.
**This post was edited on Nov 25th 2019 at 7:57:16pm