MTN Rocker – Moderate tip rocker, camber underfoot, and an almost flat tail
Carve Zone – The traditionally cambered section of twin rocker skis, where the sidecut is focused for more power, energy and edge grip.
Hook Free Tip Taper – Smooth tip taper combined with five point shape enhances directional stability in fresh snow without diminishing floatation or ease of turning.
Tail Taper – Sharp tail taper lets you slide the tails when necessary while maintaining stability for drops.
G-Spot – Coordinated sidecut and rocker profiles focus edgehold directly underfoot for better hold while skiing and improved grip while skinning.
Karuba Core – Lightweight laminated 3D full woodcore with excellent liveliness and durability
CFX Superfiber – A strip of woven 60% carbon fiber and 40% flax is laid over the top of the core during construction, adding both strength and smoothness.
Honeycomb Tip – Lightens the ski at the tip for improved swing weight.
Spaceframe 2.0 Construction – Provides power where needed when skinning up and skiing down.
Full Sandwich Sidewalls – Vertical ABS sidewall construction delivers superior edgehold on harder snow.
Tail Clip Notch for Skins
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
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