The Faction Agent 100 Skis are a superlight freeride/touring ski that holds its own all over the mountain. Tip rocker busts through anything and gives the ski float in variable snow conditions while camber under foot and a flat tail gives the ski excellent stability on the hard pack and in slushy spring conditions. A balsa wood core keeps the ski light and nimble, making it perfect for a tour set-up. Just because the resort has closed doesn't mean you have to go home. Slap some skins on these skis and head off in persuit of some untouched pow.
Tip Rocker / Traditional Camber Tip rocker improves float off-piste, while traditional camber underfoot increases feel and control on-piste.
4/5 (1 softest - 5 stiffest)
Balsa / Flax Core This core uses strips of balsa vertically laminated together with flax fibers. This creates an incredibly light yet torsionally stiff core that provides all the feel of a full wood core. Skis made using this technology are around 20% lighter than their poplar & ash-cored equivalent.
Two layers of fiberglass above and below the core
Die-cut PTEX 4000 base
Walzhol Huber 1.9 mm edges
Silkscreened, hardened topsheets
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
|Tip Width (mm)||132||132||132|
|Waist Width (mm)||102||102||102|
|Tail Width (mm)||122||122||122|
|Turning Radius (m)||21||22||24|
|Indiv. Ski Weight (g)||1750|
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Comments about Faction Agent 100 Skis 2014:
This is my go-to ski at the resort on any average day and it absolutely rips! Even with a balsa core it is quite stiff, and the light weight helps you in the tight spots. I use this ski out touring as well and it is great for the ups, awesome on the downs, but you definitely need to drive the tips for the most control in the pow. With adequate forward pressure, the float is awesome, but it takes some getting used to.