I'm a poor college kid and I can't afford new skis. I've got 3 year old vishnus with zero edge underfoot left, mad delamination, and I think the core inside the tail snapped (but the topsheet/base kinda holds it in place so it's okay I think??).
Anyway, does anyone have experience replacing an entire edge underfoot?
I know I could probably just epoxy literally the entire edge all along the ski like some people do (I've seen pics of ur V's Ryan lmao) but if that doesn't last this season I'm completely screwed.
Also, would it be wise to glue/epoxy some sort of metal bracket or wood to the ski where it snapped as a brace/splint so they don't come apart when I ride them?
I'm not too concerned about safety or anything (the pivot 18s mounted on them won't release even if I try no matter the din setting and both the metal toe-pieces are cracked and held back together with jb weld) and I can't really afford to be concerned with safety anyway so I'm literally open to doing anything as long as it holds my skis together.
Any advice is greatly appreciated. The struggle is very, very real.