Just wanted to add to this thread as one of my Sentinels delaminated so substantially on my first day out this season that it is un-skiable. No dropping of skis. No big crash or fall. Just done. Brought the skis into the local shop where I purchased in 2011. Three seasons and it's done.
The shop's initial reaction was, that really sucks, but it's probably too long for a warranty. However, they offered to follow up with the Solomon rep. Rep responded pretty quick by asking when skis were purchased. They got back to him and . . . crickets. I've followed up with the shop a couple times. It's been two weeks now. The shop wants to figure something out for me, even if Solomon doesn't, which I think speaks very highly of them. However, I've got to say to Solomon (and partially why I'm writing this now) . . . really?
Solomon, you've got a problem with this ski. No doubt, I loved skiing it. Skied it for three seasons and really enjoyed it, but I've got four pairs of skis, so I didn't ski the Sentinels exclusively. Got in about 15 days each season in Tahoe. And, one of my pairs of skis are old Solomon skis from the 90's that I still love to take out some days. So, what happened?
It remains to be seen how Solomon will handle this. But, in my mind, three seasons should just not be enough for ANY ski to delaminate.