For a new generation of skiers, the PB Performance Core is precise and strong and the Sintered 4000 base offers super speed and strength.
Slanted minicap sidewalls reduce impact damage, meaning you can charge without care. Kai Mahler's first pro model with APO
is a whole load of ski with an understated graphic by Nico Thomas. Just like Kai, these babies sneak on in and rip it, truly the ski for a new generation of slopestyle hungry freeskiers. The rocker camber offers a super fun ride with a forgiving flex yet allows you to take on the whole mountain whatever the terrain. "I am so happy to have the ski that I always dreamt of. I have been working really close with APO
’s R&D department to give the best park ski for every young freestylers." - Kai Mahler
Rocker Camber - Easy and forgiving: These rocker boards have zero camber and a light rocker on the tip & tail. The goal is to make them easy to use and forgiving to reduce edge-catch risks to the minimum. You get smooth floatability and easy riding for whatever the conditions or terrain are.
PB Performance Core - Precise and strong, two strips of beech reinforce the PB Performance core. This robust and responsive core provides stable and dynamic edge grip.
2D Dual Fiberglass - Precision and balance: The multiple layers of 2D fiber create a light ski with perfect torsional balance. Edge grip is precise and the ski, very nimble.
Stanted/Minicap - Minicap sidewalls have a double angle (10° and 60°), which considerably reduces impact damage.
Sintered 4000 - Speed and strength: The higher molecular density makes these bases the benchmark in terms of durability and gliding performance, especially on very cold snow. Be sure to wax your base often to get the most out of it.
Stone Grind - Increased speed in spring snow: Stone-ground bases glide much better on wet snow thanks to the structure that enables water drops to escape more efficiently from under your board.
Art by Nico Thomas
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.