Infidel Skis 2012: A descent ski doesn’t need to be uber wide to be uber good. On its first day of testing, the G3
Infidel Skis earned the nickname “smile factory” because of their remarkable ability to dominate both the groomers and the big snow days. It shares the SweetRise camberline and Titanal deck construction with the Highball and, at 97mm underfoot, it’s the freeride ski for everyday fun.
Sweet Rise rocker style is the new freeride camberline that provides a continuous negative curvature matched with the ski sidecut, making the ski ready to initiate a perfect turn, at will, in any conditions. The skier can choose when the ski tips and tail will start working for him in challenging snow conditions.
Variable J sidecut means a longer turning radius in the front half and a shorter turning radius in the rear. This has a more predictable initiation and mid turn stability with a reserve of power for the exit.
Edge construction of high strength Carbon steel alloy and a single density sidewall for the best compromise of dampening and energy transfer to the ski edge
Low mass tip geometry helps create reduced top flutter, high speed jitters and a more balanced swing weight
PowerRide construction: Poplar wood care with 3 layers of multi-axial fiberglass + Titanal deck offer the best possible torsion rigidity and energy return delivering the most power and stability .
We recommend a brake width that is equal to the ski waist width and at most 15 mm wider.