Grip It and Rip It

  • Traditional sidecut applied to nearly any camber profile allows this ski to be a reactive all mountain slayer
  • Mid-range width can grip like a race ski and let you spin with confidence off any jump
  • Not only does this ski excel in almost every type of snow condition, but can be customized to be an excellent all-mountain park tool

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Length (cm) 164 169 174 179 184 189
Tip Width (mm) 134 134 134 134 134 134
Waist Width (mm) 95 95 95 95 99 99
Tail Width (mm) 122 122 122 122 122 122
Turning Radius (m) 14 14 17 17 22 22




Moderate tip rocker to assist with float in soft snow, camber underfoot for stability at high speed.



Moderate tip rocker paired with a mild tail rocker for the conventional skier.

Awards & Reviews


At 100 under foot, this ski does it all; rips huge carves on the corduroy, powers through variable snow conditions, and floats on the blown in stash. Love the tight radius and big ticket at the tip. Also love getting compliments on the top sheet graphics in the lift line!

-Jesse Y.

Was looking for a wider but more front side oriented ski to use both in the East and West. They nailed it. Versatility. Flex is just what I was looking for. It holds on hard snow but can still be skied in a relaxed manner. Plus it was a joy in about 6″ of powder in the trees at Snowbird last week. Great ski.

-Tom A.

Performance is really strong. The skis are super playful – almost begging to be pushed a little bit harder. They have a great combination of strength and flexibility to attack bumps and are light enough to make an extra turn or a jump turn an easy task on the steeper/tighter stuff.

-Brady H.

I could not be any more in love with my skis. They are the most fun, fast, agile, and enjoyable ride I’ve ever had. It feels like no matter the conditions, either slashing through the muck on the steep, icy, and slushy West Virginia double blacks, bombing groomers, or playing on green trails they are just phenomenally fun.

-Lord W.

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