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ReturnToMonkeyIt wasnt until I took my kartels into the park that I began to do more than straight slide rails and finally landed corks. They do amazingly in the park, also the beefy edges don't care about rails. They will get a little dull underfoot but I have only had to tune them once in three years.
**This post was edited on Feb 19th 2021 at 1:22:46pm
ReturnToMonkey108. Although my next ones will be the 102. The width is noticable but you get used to it really quickly.
oldspicewalrusAwesome I ski honey badgers as my park ski so the difference is crazy trying to get adjusted thinking of just using the Kartels from now on just not comfortable yet
ReturnToMonkeyYeah fair enough. You'll get comfortable quickly. I haven't skied honey badgers, but I bet you'll like the kartels more. I have yet to ski a park ski I preferred over them just because they really can do it all. Done with k-feds on flat tubes? Hop on a different lift and go destroy some chutes just as easily. Drop a cliff or two.