While on recent trip to snowshoe during the latest snow storm, I took a fast ride down Sawmill. It was bumped up pretty good, but had some softspots on downhill side of bumps. I hit a bump turned and came down hard on my skis right on a rock. I knew it would leave a mark. I was surprised at just how much of a mark it left.
The pics don't do it justice it went deep and to me looked like a crater. I did a quick repair that night so I could ski next day without worrying about making it worse what I had and came back home and worked on it some more. The result:
I could never quite get it perfect, but think I did a pretty good job on it. I used standard P-TEX and had to do it in layers because how deep it was. I am hoping it will hold up. I've only fixed a few this deep, mostly on my son's snowboard.