Liberty Genome Skis 2012: Built to take it all, the Liberty Genome Skis carve like a shorter, stiffer ski on the hardpack, but have incredible float in the deep stuff. Built with a progressively softer Bomb rocker tips and tails, the uber wide Liberty Genome Skis create epic days no matter how much snow has fallen.
Bomb Rocker is a full tip and tail rocker with slight positive camber under foot for maximum float and versatility.
Early contact point allow this wide ski to be more catch free, especially in powder.
Cab4 progressive, centered stance
FRP, Fiber Reinforced Polymer, is used under the binding area to increase screw retention and add rigidity.
Durathane, a poly-urethane bumper, smooths out the ride and protects against topsheet chipping.
HRC 48 edges feature a wider profile with larger anchers for greater durability and longer life.
UHMW sidewalls are made of a rugged and reparable mater with a layer of rubber below for smooth riding and durability - tougher than ABS.
PTex is a fast and durable sintered base.
Laminated bamboo gives tremendous rebound and energy while being environmentally friendly.
Quadaxial fiberglass creates tremendous torsional stability while allowing easy longitudinal flex to initiate turns and absorb terrain. This fiberglass allows for fine tuning of the flex characteristics.
**Please note that base colors will alternate and may not arrive exactly as pictured.
We recommend a brake width that is equal to the ski waist width and at most 15 mm wider.
|Tip Width (mm)||170|
|Waist Width (mm)||156|
|Tail Width (mm)||140|
|Turning Radius (m)||26|
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Comments about Liberty Genome Skis 2012:
This is the widest ski I have ever skied on! Obviously this thing floats great on any amount of powder. It still held its own everywhere else and skied narrower than it looks. I like the entire shape except the tail felt too wide. When not in the powder it would was a bit catchy and took a lot of force to push around. I would recommend mounting them a little further back than most fat rockered twins.