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KCoCMit’s definitely a thing, people mention it often when discussing k2 poachers, so i’m sure it’s true for some other skis as well
cakattackyea it happened on my vishnus and its pretty noticable.
-olivesrun them over with your car a few times... used to make my goalie pads soft as fuck. im sure it'll translate to skis
SavageBiffI like to take a circ saw set at 3/16” depth and put kerf cuts in the tops towards the base, this really allow the skis to flex when my Bambi legs j
run outta OOMPH
seriously tho don’t do any of that dumb bs, you break skis in by skiing, and you buy a ski that’s appropriate for your useage, for you I’d recommend.... do they make a blend JR ?...or maybe the armada arw...
BruceDogFartTrust me if they made a blend junior I would be all over that lol
SchoessNo that's called breaking. Not breaking in. ;)
weastcoastIf them boys are in one piece then they ain’t broken 😂
BruceDogFartYeah im on chronics which im pretty sure are pretty similar
BradFiAusNzCoCaYou know how a new ski makes that tiny cracking noise when you flex it and a used ski doesn’t? That’s breaking it in. I’m not entirely sure of what happens, but I always imagined wood was splintering and settling when breaking in.