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DingoSeanShould have got the edgeless Edollos
scratchskier321like why are u sliding rails at like 9 different points under your boots... do you have eyes?
durham.jonesHey, if they are the ARV 84s I had the same problem, the 84s are meant for kids and are not nearly as durable as the ARV 86 which is what I am on now. I have nearly 45 days on snow this season and have 3 edge cracks on one ski and 2 on the other, If you want a more durable ski your gonna need to go up to the 86 or 96 it is very worth it. If you can't, just buy another pair of 84s and ride the pair you have now until they are unskiable or they break. The edge cracks will not really affect the skis a ton. Also, use a gummy stone to clear off the burs on the edges every 2 or 3 days, burs on the edges lead to cracks.
**This post was edited on Jan 15th 2020 at 3:49:08pm
ReviseLeanedI bought a pair of Declivity Xs new this season and blew out a sidewall on day three of riding them. Currently trying to warranty them and waiting to hear back but I have low expectations since apparently the warranty doesn't cover "impact damage." Like, how tf else is someone going to blow a sidewall.
tomPietrowskiAnd how is you hitting a rock or a rail armada’s fault. It works both ways.
ReviseLeanedI've ridden the exact same way on a pair or Atomic Rituals that probably have 250 days on them. Tons of core shots but absolutely no sign of sidewall deformation. Landing on rocks isn't Armada's fault, but cheap, low-quality construction is.