This freak of nature is no doubt a GMO; from tip to tail, the DNA of the Liberty Double Helix Skis have been hand selected to provide the flotation of a full-on powder ski while retaining the ability to rail on hardpack, all without weighing you down in the backcountry. If you need a fatty that won't warp or wash out on hardpack, the Double Helix is engineered to provide you with all-mountain performance in a ski that still rises to the top when the avy bombs call its name.
Stealth Rocker A long, low top rocker with camber underfoot and a flat tail allow for easy turn initiation and incredibly versatile flotation without sacrificing edge grip or liveliness.
Stiff flex underfoot
Mid flex in tail
Full flex fading to mid flex down the tip
Bamboo Backbone Every Liberty ski features a hand-made, bamboo laminate core that is light, strong, lively and eco-friendly. Liberty fine tunes each core and flex pattern for the intended application, but each core starts with the strength and durability of bamboo to give a dependably energetic ride, time after time.
Fiber Reinforced Polymer Liberty uses sheets of this dense material under the binding area to increase screw retention and rigidity.
Quadaxial Glass Liberty's custom weave S-glass creates tremendous torsional stability while allowing easy longitudinal flex to initiate turns and absorb terrain. Unlike bi- and tri-directional fiberglass laminates, this type of S-glass allows Liberty to fine tune the flex characteristics of each ski.
78 Degree Sidewalls This construction leads to increased edge grip and reduced weight. Sidewall construction is tough and affords the best combination of edge grip and turning ease.
Durathane A polyurethane bumper smooths out the ride and protects against topsheet chipping.
Whitewall Sidewalls This rugged and repairable sidewall material is made of UHMW, which is more resilient than ABS and can be repaired with P-Tex if you manage to gouge a hole in it.
P-Tex 2000 This sintered base provides speed and durability from the industry leaders.
HRC 48 Liberty's specially treated edges feature a wider profile with larger anchors for greater durability and a longer lifespan.
Cab Forward Stance Liberty's name for a progressive, more centered stance
Bindings not included
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
|Tip Width (mm)||150||150||150|
|Waist Width (mm)||121||121||121|
|Tail Width (mm)||140||140||140|
|Turning Radius (m)||25||25.5||26|
|Indiv. Ski Weight (g)||2150||2200||2250|