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THREAT

REF. 367138

A Park & Pipe progression tool. The Threat is a versatile ski for aspiring park riders who want to improve their freestyling skills, and still want to ski the whole mountain.

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Please select a size

•  product Info  •

  • DESIGNED FOR :
  • Foregiveness
  • Freestyle ability
  • Versatility
  • Fact sheet
  • Weight 3520
  • Tip (mm) 122
  • Waist (mm) 85
  • Tail (mm) 112
  • Radius (M) 14.0
  • Boot Midsole 661
  • Tip (mm) 122
  • Waist (mm) 85
  • Tail (mm) 112
  • Radius (M) 14.2
  • Boot Midsole 708
  • Tip (mm) 122
  • Waist (mm) 85
  • Tail (mm) 112
  • Radius (M) 16.3
  • Boot Midsole 733
  • Tip (mm) 122
  • Waist (mm) 85
  • Tail (mm) 112
  • Radius (M) 18.5
  • Boot Midsole 813
  • Tip (mm) 122
  • Waist (mm) 85
  • Tail (mm) 112
  • Radius (M) 19.6
  • Boot Midsole 844
Technologies
Single Ti Laminate
Single Ti Laminate
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A single layer of Titanium reinforcement for great edge grip, efficient energy transfert and liveliness.

Composite
Composite
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Combination of fibers that reduces weight, and adds maneuvrability and forgiveness.

Total edge reinforcement
Total edge reinforcement
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Fiber reinforcement directly on top of edges improves durability, edge grip, and shock resistance.

Edgy Monocoque
Edgy Monocoque
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Designed for freeskiing applications, with reduced excess material for more efficient energy transfer from skier to snow.

Twintip
Full Camber
XL Edges
XL Edges
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Extra wide, extra thick, extra strong, heat treated edges for increased durability and improved shock resistance.

Corund

•  Size Chart  •

Finding the ideal ski length is not easy. All the different selection criteria need to be weighed up when choosing a model, including the skier's weight, height, activity and level. To make things easier, we have designed a tool to help you select the right skis.

Your Level:

Beginner: Someone experiencing all the sensations of skiing for the first time, with very limited control over speed and trajectory.

Intermediate: Someone who is capable of skiing down all types of slopes in good conditions. Good control over speed and trajectory. A reasonable level of control off-trail.

Expert: Someone who is capable of skiing down all types of slopes on- and off-trail and in any conditions. Excellent control over speed and trajectory.

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