All Mountain: Carving and Powder
Camber puts pop into skis/snowboards and gives skiers/boarders good edge control while carving turns
Rocker skis/boards offer superior float in soft snow and increased ease of turn initiation.
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Best of the mid-fat touring skis, the camox freebird lively, catchy and light.
Unable to blush at its success, this modern ski focuses all the expectations of a ski in a hurry to arrive at the top to express its superb potential for the descent. A sporty flex, classic camber and double rocker, all the pleasure of off-piste in a touring version.
|Rocker||Progressive front rocker and slight rear rocker|
|Camber||Medium classic camber|
|Tail||Slightly raised tail|
|Core||Full Paulownia Wood Core|
|Sidewalls||Semi Cap Construction|
|Base||Sintered Graphite Base|
|Recommended Binding||Marker Jester 16 ID Binding|
|Skier Level||Intermediate, Advance|
Good on-edge stability, less tail washout and easier pivot initiation.
Medium Classic Camber
Classic camber underfoot with moderate ski/snow contact, giving a good balance between stability and maneuverability.
Slightly Raised Tail
Soft turn finish and practical when touring, putting on skins and sticking skis in the snow.