If you are as eager as us about ski construction and design, you might want to know why our skis are designed the way they are!
With a thinner and lighter wood core than our traditions skis its designed for long days touring. The shape of the tip will also help reduce drag when skinning up.
A smaller version of the powder tip, reducing the width and length of the taper. With an ecliptic rocker design, this tip works in any speeds in any types of snow.
Developed with one thing in mind - powder. A long rocker combined with a long taper makes this tip extremely agile and effortless in deep conditions.
An allround shape and design spiced with features like butter zone for added playfulness and TPU-damping to reduce vibrations. Any terrain - every day!
A traditional cambered design gives you stability and versatility on any condition. On hardpack a camber design is unmatched.
A flat underfoot design delivers the best of both worlds. Stability on hard conditions, and playful characteristics in soft snow.
NEGATIVE CAMBER UNDERFOOT
A negative camber design gives you maneuverability and response in powder like no other ski. Everyone is a great skier with negative camber in deep snow!
Designed to suit all skins, with a customizable large ABS plastic tail. There is a small kick in the tail to reduce drag from you skin-clip while touring.
Obtaining the feeling of a directional ski, but at the same time able to ski switch. Rockered pintail design reduces drag and loves spinning out of deep snow.
The powder tail has a long rocker shape combined with a long taper. This results in a nimble pintail design for effortless skiing in deep powder.
The freestyle tail is suitable for allround skiing from piste to deep snow. A twintip design makes it extremely playful and suitable for switch landings.
POPLAR AND BAMBOO
Poplar is a lightweight and versatile wood material, while bamboo is a strong and responsive wood. Combined they are a lightweight, responsive and fun core.
POPLAR AND PAULOWNIA
Poplar is a lightweight and versatile wood material, and paulownia is extremely light while maintaining a good structure. Combined they make an extremely lightweight, and fun core.
Paulownia and carbon
A paulownia core in a carbon chassis. By reducing the amount of wood and adding carbon you get a lightweight ski, while keeping the woodcore properties.
PAULOWNIA BAMBOO CARBON
A paulownia and bamboo core in a carbon chassis. By using lightweight paulownia and strong and responsive bamboo combined with carbon you get a lightweight ski, with great skiability.
P-TEX 5920 - TOURING STRUCTURE
The ski has a durable P-tex 5920 base. On our touring skis the base is stoned for all conditions, but will excel on wet snow, typically found during spring skiing.
OKULEN 7150 - TOURING STRUCTURE
The ski has a durable Okulen 7150 base. On our touring skis the base is stoned for all conditions, but will excel on wet snow, typically found during spring skiing.
P-tex 5920 with powder structure
The ski has a durable P-tex 5920 base. On our touring skis the base is stoned for all conditions, but will excel on dry snow, typically found mid winter.
A sandwich construction delivers uncompromised power transmission and exceptional torsional stiffness in a durable long lasting package.
Older skis might not have the mounting point marked on the skis. For complete list of mounting points press here.