I think I finally found it! @bgregoire, is that what you were talking about?bgregoire wrote: ↑Mon Nov 07, 2016 4:55 pmJohnny, the Asnes fishscale pattern is a VERY rudimentary negative scale pattern that appears to be shaped with blades after extrusion. I had a good look during my travels there. Nothing to rave about. From what I have understood, they mostly make them for rental outfits.
I still can't make up my mind... I'm not sure I would call it very rudimentary and nothing to rave about... Ok, it may look like just another very bad homemade attempt at waxlessizing an old pair of skis. But look a bit closer... From what I see, I think it's very, very creative, advanced and artistic. Actually, I find it's pretty cool! I might be wrong, I never tried it, but it seems very natural to me... Like the Mother Nature's Way Scale Pattern... Very organic!
(I know, the North American consumer would never approve this, for he needs a standardized pattern, something even rendered by computer algorithm, something he has seen before, something like-everyone-else...)
The Asnes Vettenuten Ski: