The Automatic 109 has the width and lightness to cruise all-mountain terrain. The lightweight wood core with cap tip and tail, and step-down sidewall cushion hard landings. Edge grip comes from titanium inserts that add torsional rigidity to the core in front and back of bindings. The powder rocker has an early rise tip and tail to make them smooth and floaty on deep days and let you charge into the chop with confidence.
- Core is lightweight poplar wood from tip-to-tail that feels light underfoot, but has some shock absorption and stability.
- Step down sidewalls use sandwich construction with capping at tip and tails for cushioning and edge grip while being extremely resistant to damage.
- Sprocket Power Booster uses a titanium insert laid directly in front and behind the binding area to maximize rocker stability.
- Powder Rocker is 25% rocker in the tip, 10% in the tail, and 65% camber underfoot, to create a versatile, all-conditions ski.
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.