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A highly versatile shredder in a stable, fun platform that isn't afraid of any conditions.

If you're looking for a ripping ski that is just as comfortable in deep powder, trees, steeps, bowls, hardpack, and corn, you'd be wise to end your search with the Faction 3.Zero ski. With a 112mm waist and generous tip and tail rocker, this ski can surf the deep with style and ease. For all-mountain cred, the traditional camber underfoot, vertical sidewall sandwich construction, and stiff poplar/ash core provide excellent stability at high speeds in variable conditions and even on groomers. Whether you're stomping tricks in the backcountry, straight-lining chutes, or bouncing through the trees, the Faction 3.Zero will provide you with a stable, fun platform that will inspire confidence and progression all season.

  • Rocker tip and tail, camber underfoot
  • Sandwich construction
  • Poplar/ash core
  • 112mm underfoot

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Liberty Helix vs Faction 3.Zero- go...

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Magic Styx

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've been on these for +200k vert feet this season all over CO in every condition from iced groomers early in the season to 12+ inches of pow pow in the back country and these guys can handle anything you throw at them. I coupled them with the Schizo bindings; having the ability to move back -3 when it dumps makes an indescribable difference.. and conversely, +3 when I'm messing around/park/switch. Truly the one ski quiver killer. They GRIP the snow until my boots hit, and they float like water skis in the powder. Still poppy, yet rigid at high speeds. 5'10" 170lbs - chose 175 because I like having less ski in front of me for better maneuverability in moguls/trees/park... Don't need more speed or stability at high speeds, although I'm sure you sacrifice that extra float on powder days; life is all about trade-offs but these skis are the best I've demoed at mitigating any sort of trade-off (vs. JJ, S7, Bacons, etc.)! These are bada$$ skis.

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Pull the trigger! These things rip!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've been using these for the past couple of seasons and am smitten. They rail everything and are super fun all over the mountain. Put the bases through the wringer and everything is still in good shape.

I'm 5'10, 160 lbs and an advanced/expert...

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I'm 5'10, 160 lbs and an advanced/expert level skier. I was thinking of going with the 183, but will that be too much?

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Howdy Owen, how goes it?
The 183 sounds about right to me based on your height and ability level. This ski has both tail and tip rocker so the effective edge of the ski will actually be a bit shorter than the 183cm, feeling like a shorter ski.

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Howdy Owen, how goes it?  <br/> The 183 sounds about right to me based on your height and ability level.  This ski has both tail and tip rocker so the effective edge of the ski will actually be a bit shorter than the 183cm, feeling like a shorter ski.  <br/>  <br/> Check out this profile pic.