This is my preliminary judgement of the durability of different park skis based on online reviews/comments.
Head: if you are going to hit rails, frame walls and caddies both seem to get poor durability reviews. Alot of people claim edge cracks appearing very quickly. I assume that if you dont hit rails or rocks your edges might hold up, otherwise it would probably happen to all head skis, as its unlikely heads park skis are weaker than their all mountain skis.
Atomic- mixed reviews. Some ppl say they are tanks, other ppl say they fall apart. Im curious what you ppl would say.
0n3p- usually get alot of game talked about their durability, but ive seen multiple posts/comments by ppl whos on3ps have eaten shit after 2 weeks of skiing.
liberty skis- only read one review by ns that said they were very durable. Curious if any of you have them or have tested their durability.
volkl- generally get better reviews than head and atomic and it seems that some of the rumors about them not being durable stem from ppl begrudgingly thinking volkl isnt a “core” brand and doesnt care about park skiing. I dont buy that, and from both my volkl park skis and the reviews of others, it seems that volkl may take more interest in the park/freestyle skiing community than atomic and head.
fischer- i feel is very underrated as far as the german austrian companies go. I have never read a poor review of fischer park skis and it seems they put alot of work into making their park skis reliable.
armada- probably the most bulletproof ski you can buy. Based on reviews/comments and the arvs i had looked and felt like they were carved out of steel. Only ski that gets durability remarks as good as armada seems to be 0n3p.
4frnt, surface, moment, nordica, i dont know much about these skis reliability.
salomon- kind of like ferrari- bling bling but not going to hold up when you need them. Also the flex of skis like suspects feels like the skis are made of plastic. Also french iirc.
rossi- i will never buy a pair of rossi park skis after watching a rider try to wheely out of a landing and their ski exploding into pieces. I really liked the scratch bc’s i rode once but reliability wise i dont trust them. French company iirc.
stockli/blizzard- i dont know if they even make a park ski.
k2- ive seen mixed reviews. Mostly good tho.
Line- mixed reviews but also mostly good, especially on their bespoke bombproof skis like the blend honey badger, and tw pro.
thats all i can think of right now, and im not trying to make any claims about durability bc what the fuck do i know?...
im just curious what everybodys general opinion is on the edge and base durability of different ski brands park skis.