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I have a pair of last year's k2 Public Enemy, and the tops have become fairly beat up and I am wondering if anyone has any suggestions for repairing them. They have straggling pieces of plastic sticking out and have been chipped up.
I am fairly experienced with maintaining the base but have done little with the tops of ski's and these are a little different then your normal gloss finish top
thanks for your help
post #2 of 4
Try some epoxy. It may not completely restore your topskins cosmetically, but it will prevent moisture from getting in the core.

If the core is exposed, that is another matter.
post #3 of 4
If they are last years, the black/red/white ones, the topsheet is made of p-tex. That said, if you wanted to, you could just drip some p-tex on and scrape em. Personally, I don't care what the topsheets of mine look like, I just clip any straggling pieces of p-tex so they don't grab, and I epoxied on spot on the sidewall/topsheet seam where I chipped though to the core layers.
post #4 of 4
My PEs are in terrible cosmetic shape after two seasons of use but still ski beautifully. Think of them as battle scars.
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