The Lib Tech NAS FFF Skis are a true mountain slayer. FFF stands for Fully Functional Five, which is a pretty good description in itself, because these narrow ass snowboards truly are fully functional in the super deep and super steep and yeah, they do have a killer five point shape, and an insanely low swing weight for a full sidewall construction. These all terrain pow sticks float like a feather in the chest deep white stuff, which effectively turns the side-country into your playground. For guaranteed good times all the time, pick up a pair of the Lib Tech NAS FFF Skis.
All Terrain / Pow Recurve Featured on POW, Magic Horsepower Freeride, Freeride, Wreckcreate and Fully Functional Five NAS. Pow specific reCURVE (Rocker/Camber/Rocker) incorporates the additional float, lift and pre-initiation of rocker beyond the short camber fulcrum.
Flex rating 5.5 / 6 going up the size range
Magne-Traction .5 Serrated Steaknife Edge Grip: Magne-Traction adds edgehold and focuses the control and power under your feet where your balance is centered. Each bump or serration is strategically sized and positioned. The most aggressive bumps are in the center near and under your boot for maximum edgehold and control. The bumps are progressively less aggressive out towards the tip and tails creating catch-free user friendly tips and tails. Magne-Traction’s incredible edge control when combined with reCURVE’s easy turn initiation and float make for an unreal smooth ride in all terrain and conditions from ice to pow. Magne-Traction .5 is less gnarly than Magne-Traction.
5 Dimensional Shape! Cut, don't plow. Widest point pulled back in ski so you won't get levitated into the back seat.
NASKAR Narrow-Ass Snowboard Kontrolled Active Response. Cores from hand-selected dead trees.
Power A Core Light, strong, and lively long fibers.
Tri Axial Fiber 45˚ 45˚ 90˚ Fiber foundation torsion enhancing pop amplifier (skier talk, adds pop and torsional rigidity).
Correct Sandwich Super Light Spin Weight! The perfect blend of pickles and mustard. UHMW sidewalls, Power Transfer Internal Sidewalls, torsionally loose. The new kids think they are new!
Ultra High Molecular Weight Fast, rugged, hard, waterproof. No Toxic ABS.
Sintered UHMW Base Material Super tough base material that holds wax well due to its compression formed amorphous polymer structure. Super fast when waxed with Oneballjay.
Steel Edges OTB On the Bottom. Coming in hot!
Eco Sublimation Mervin’s unique water based graphic process. No toxic solvents or curtain coats used in manufacturing process. If a ski has a thick clear glossy on top it was really toxic to make. Lib Tech gives you an environmentally friendly alternative. No toxic solvent based inks or clear coats.
Bio-Beans Topsheet Bio polymer top material made from castor bean oil. Rugged, damp, prints beautifully and environmentally friendly.
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
|Tip Width (mm)||137|
|Waist Width (mm)||115|
|Tail Width (mm)||129|
|Turning Radius (m)||16.5|
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Comments about Lib Tech NAS FFF Skis 2015:
I have owned the previous years version of this same ski for a few years now. It took me a little while to get used to these skis, but now I really love them. They are very easy to turn, and feel loose and surfy, and make skiing in NW crud a blast. The tapered tips and tail make them initiate turns effortlessly, but they are not noodles, and fairly stiff. These are not ideal for hard pack, and sometimes they oscillate from side to side when I am going fast on cat tracks, but it doesn't bother me. I decided to mount Dynafit bindings on these and now just use them for touring. They are very lightweight. I am 5'8" tall and 165 pounds, and I have the 175cm FFF's. I could ski the 185's just as well I think, and they would be better on hardpack, but not as good for touring. All in all a very fun and forgiving ski