These big mountain skis are a great match for serious alpine runs and aspiring backcountry and heli skiers. A similar chasis as the Coomback, but tempered with a slightly softer bioflex core, a slimmer profile, and thinner edges to suit lighter riders and to provide easier turn initiation. The addition of a web of carbon fibre in the forebody and tail improves the handling in crusty and difficult conditions.
- Triaxial braid cap construction.
- Aspen, paulownia, bamboo Bioflex 2 core has aspen underfoot and paulownia in tip and tails for smooth flexing.
- Carbon web uses X-shaped carbon supports to increase torsional rigidity for powerful edge hold at speed.
- Balanced flex pattern and a generous waist provide excellent flotation and handling.
- All terrain rocker works for all ability levels, and adds versatility in all snow conditions. Elevated tip for soft snow performance, and camber underfoot for power and edge-hold in firm snow.
- The stats: 30% rocker tip. 70% camber underfoot. Early rise tip.
- Tip and tail grommets for skins or for rigging sleds.
Sandwich and combination construction is generally used for big freeride-style skis while the lighter structural cap type of construction is more commonly found on cross-country skis.
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