Liberty Mutant Skis 2012: Hungry for some pow? The Liberty Mutant Skis are built for pure powder days and live for the white stuff. Built with Bomb Rocker, full tip and tail rocker, the Mutant Skis allow for easy handling, insane float and a killer ride in the deep stuff.
Bomb Rocker is a full tip and tail rocker with slight positive camber under foot for maximum float and versatility.
Short, but subtle sidecut with reverse sidecut in the tip and tail for insane maneuveravbility in pow
Cab4 progressive, centered stance
PTex is a fast and durable sintered base.
HRC48 edges feature a wider profile with larger anchors for greater durability.
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.
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.
Laminated bamboo gives tremendous rebound and energy while being environmentally friendly.
We recommend a brake width that is equal to the ski waist width and at most 15 mm wider.
|Tip Width (mm)||160|
|Waist Width (mm)||145|
|Tail Width (mm)||149|
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Comments about Liberty Mutant Skis 2012:
I purchased 2013 Liberty Mutants 192cm (only length) with Marker Duke (large) bindings centered on cab forward this past season. EVO & Liberty rep was great answering questions with respects to cab forward vs standard. Cab forward allowing earlier turn initiation while standard left very little in tail length. I am 5'10" & 190lbs intermediate level. I've had the opportunity to ride them on powder & hard-pack back to the lift/parking lot and did some exploring on them out of bounds. These skis are quite unique to me. Full reverse sidecut, twin pin tails and 149mm underfoot. Extremely maneuverable, extremely stable, obviously not an everyday ski but fantastic for powder conditions, can take a good deal of abuse -skied a rock garden and log field on them in very poor conditions, took a lot of RPG's but they surprisingly took minimal scratches. Went w/Dukes for two reasons: very light touring in beyond epic conditions and the Duke platform (connection base) matched up nicely to the 149mm underfoot. As a result, skis very very solid. Can't say enough good things about these monsters. Only downsides: weight when on the shoulders on extending booting & loud graphics that have been toned way way down for 2014.