Full length wood laminates, from tip to tail, giving optimum stability and rebound, while maximizing ski to snow contact and filteering vibrations.
Designed for freeskiing applications, with reduced excess material for more efficient energy transfer from skier to snow.
A layer of rubber all along the edges and in critical zones of the ski for smoother ride & improved ski-snow contact.
No edges in the tip or tail area of the ski provide more fluid gliding in powder because edges don't "hang up", and weight is reduced.
More Float, Less FLop. Super light honeycomb/Koroyd insert, reinforced with ABS. Less weight at the extremties with increased dampening from Koroyd dramatically increases maneuverability and ease of steering on rockered skis.
The widest point in the sidecut tapers in toward the tip earlier for less drag and hooking in powder. Swing weight is also reduced making the ski even more maneuverable in difficult snow.
Thicker edges for increased durability and improved shock resistance.
Fiber reinforcement directly on top of edges improves durability, edge grip, and shock resistance.
A shorter, shallower rise to the tail rocker that increases edge contact and stability.
Our most versatile rocker profile, Utility Rocker's medium tip rise guaratees great float in powder, with excellent terrain absorption, while the low camber under foot gives solid edge grip and rebound. The flat, early rise tail dramatically increases the skis maneuverability in soft snow, while maintaining directional stability for high speed charging.
The traditionally cambered section of twin rocker skis, where the sidecut is focused for more power, energy and edge grip.
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.
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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