DESIGNED FOR CHARGING AND PLAYING HARD ON THE MOUNTAIN
Developed by ASBJØRN EGGEBØ NÆSS
When designing his signature model, freeride legend Asbjørn Eggebø Næss set his targets on creating a playful ski that still could handle tunnelvision-inducing high speed riding down the biggest mountains. And he pretty much nailed it.
Starting with a bamboo-poplar core for good allround skiing abilities and light weight we then set up a semi twin-tip shape with low rocker at both ends for the right balance. A 26 meter radius and a bit of taper to get good handling at speed and varied snow, and finally a width of 113mm underfoot got us the recipe that we wanted.
We have skied fast, jumped, hiked and generally shredded on this ski. It is probably the most versatile and fun ski for bigger and driven skiers that we have come across. Get your pair and get out on the snow!
WEIGHT: 2100g @ 187cm
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.
A traditional cambered design gives you stability and versatility on any condition. On hardpack a camber design is unmatched.
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.
POPLAR AND BAMBOO
Poplar is a lightweight wood material, while bamboo is a strong, responsive and bouncy wood. Combined it’s a lightweight, responsive and fun core.
SCRATCH FREE TOPSHEET
Our scratch free top sheet is developed to endure the abuse your skis go through. Its pattern is design to not collect snow while touring, reducing the weight on each foot.
P-TEX BASE - POWDER
The ski has a durable P-tex 5920 base. On our touring skis the base is ground 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.
GRAPHICS BY RIKKE WIDDE WESTVIG
Our team rider Asbjørn Eggebø Næss has a thing for speed, tunnels and snowplows. Growing up in the western part of Norway he has found that driving through tunnels connecting one mountain to the other is a natural part of skiing. Meeting the snowplow has always been a sure and welcome sign of deep snow and powderdays. TUNNELVISJON is all about capturing history, memories of good rides and the anticipation at the very top of a couloir.
ASBJØRN EGGEBØ NÆSS
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Together with Intersport Sogndal we have carefully curated a setup consisting of skins and bindings that work perfectly with our skis.
The mounting point is marked on the top-sheet of the ski. The line marks our recommended placement of the boot-centre and is a result of hours of testing and calculations. Different skiers have different preferences when it comes to binding placement, so even though our recommendation for most skiers will give the optimal skiing experience, some skiers might want to shift the mounting a little bit forward or backward.