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animatorI skied the Superior for a season and it was sick. Actually did an internship for them my freshman year of college and got the skis in place of payment (which as a freshman in college was the better scenario for me anyway). They held up as well as any other ski I’ve skied, and they ripped. I loved them, great skis, great people, slept on IMO.
NofeetepeteThis is gonna be my third season on that Vandal 3.0 and I think they're sick. I ride about a 50/50 mix of park and big mountain and they absolutely throw down, that being said I think that they are more fragile than other park skis I've ridden. The edges on mine are super cracked and separating from the base from hitting rails but that can be somewhat expected from park skiing. other than the edge cracks tho they have been a super solid ski for two full seasons, they're super fun and playful, I personally think that the flex of the ski is softer than most but not as noodle-y as a Line Blend or a Vishnu Wet. I have mine mounted at true center and they ski super well switch, but can still charge going forward if you still wanna ride the whole mountain. Hopefully this helps
MirppaThis helped me a lot actually and i got myself a pair but about the mounting. The "true center" spot seems to be couple cm back from the actual center point of the ski. So how is your skis mounted?
**This post was edited on Jan 12th 2021 at 10:33:22am