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Two sticks might be better than one.

With Mike Wilson leading the charge, the Lib Technologies NAS Jib Recurve Ski tears up park and jib features with no regard for the old style of sashaying the hill in lederhosen and wool sweaters. Lib Technologies’ reCURVE design blends camber underfoot for control and agility on hardpack and ice, and rockered tips and tails to deliver a cruisy floaty feel in pow and crud. With the added edge-hold of Magne-Traction, and tough sidewalls that repel rail and box abuse, the NAS Jib Recurve Ski delivers the kind of ride park monkeys go ape-shit for.
  • reCURVE shape blends camber and rocker for a balance of controlled liveliness and a loose surfy ride
  • Magne-Traction delivers legendary edge hold, control, and smooth riding
  • Beans Bio-Plastic top sheet is tough, light , and eco-friendly because it�s made from beans
  • Ultra High Molecular Weight P.E. Speed Wall are tough and have great wax retention for bomber dampening
  • ANVI-Tech damping layer adds even more dampening for impact resistance and smooth riding
  • Quasi-Isotropic fiberglass power layers deliver strength, power, and pop
  • Steel edges for speedy powerful turns
  • Pro Set Up Stance Reference is set to what Mike Wilson and Colby Albino ride

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For your health.

Ski's with Magnetraction.
Just ask Jamie Pierre.

If you want to be the popular guy in the lift line, then these are for you!

How would these skis do for tele skiing?...

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How would these skis do for tele skiing? I'm just not sure about the re curve.

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The recurve is barely noticeable; you can tell that it is slightly easier to spin on-snow. Keep in mind also that they are meant to be mounted only about 2cm back from true center

how well do these do in powder

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how well do these do in powder

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Ive used them in knee-deep pow in the Alps. I'd put them slightly below the k2 obsethed (105 underfoot and more rocker). In their category though (nearly-centered, on-piste park ski), they are probably the best for pow.

how well do these do in powder

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how well do these do in powder

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Considering they are 94mm underfoot and they are rockered skis they should be pretty good in the powder. They arent gonna be as good as the fat 110/120mm underfoot skis. But they will do a hell of a better job compared to all mountain skis.

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Considering they are 94mm underfoot and they are rockered skis they should be pretty good in the powder. They arent gonna be as good as the fat 110/120mm underfoot skis. But they will do a hell of a better job compared to all mountain skis.