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The Liberty Helix Ski doesn't care which coast you live on, what you like to ski, or how you like to ski it; it loves the pow, but it also loves crud, ice, or slop. This ski floats and maneuvers well almost anywhere, giving you the lively playful pop that will remind you why you started loving skiing in the first place. The mid-fat 105mm waist provides a stable, predictable platform for blasting through crud or floating over powder, and it gives you plenty of real estate to land on when you punt that little cliff under the lift. Often, all-mountain skis give up torsional rigidity to achieve versatility, but the Helix is beast of a different breed. ABS sidewall construction and a lightweight but stiff and snappy bamboo laminate core ensures that you can drive this ski hard and it'll hang with you right to the bitter end. Liberty also laid the stiff, lively bamboo and poplar core up with triaxial fiberglass and carbon fiber laminates, so this year's Helix is even poppier and more powerful than in years past.

Close your eyes and pull any ski off the rack, and chances are good it's going to be rockered. The Helix is no different, and while it's not fully rockered, Liberty's Stealth Rocker profile uses a longer rocker profile at the tip, traditional camber directly underfoot, and lower rocker at the tail to combine hard snow and pow performance. You can charge, pivot, and slarve a high-speed turn or two to dump some speed at the choke of a chute, and then float your way all the way to the exit. Who wouldn't want easier turn entry and a little extra buoyancy on a particular deep day?

  • Stealth Rocker (rockered tip and tail, camber underfoot)
  • Bamboo and poplar core
  • Quadraxial fiberglass and carbon fiber laminates
  • Sandwich construction with ABS sidewalls
  • HRC 48 edges
  • P-Tex 4000 base
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best every day ski or/and backcountry sk

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

i used them as my backcountry ski, with AT bindings for 2 years (4 seasons). It´s super light, wide enough for big powder and thin enough for southamerican hard pack snow.

after those 2 years I put dowhill bingings on them and I´m using them as my every day ski. Pow, groomers, park. Durable, playful, sender.

best every day ski or/and backcountry sk

Liberty does it again!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Renowned bamboo material ski manuf. Liberty has continued to put out top notch skies for some time now, and the Helix is no different! I found the ski to be quite fun in all conditions! The new top sheet is super durable, except no stickers will stick to it! :)
All in all, this is my go-to, day in day out work horse ski of choice!
The Origon by Liberty is still my fav tho!

Great ski

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

amazing build from Liberty. This ski is versatile and will handle all conditions. I would highly recommend this ski to someone looking for a one quiver ski. Super solid underfoot with a lot of rebound. push it hard!

Absolutely Bomber

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Not only is this an incredibly versatile ski that can hold its own in any sort of condition and respond to any sort of riding style, the construction is absolutely bomber. I have worked many years in a tune shop, and skied a healthy number of sticks over all manner of sharp pointy rocks, and I have never seen a pair of skis hold up as well to the abuse as the Helix. Day in and day out, these skis will not let you down. They epitomize the term 'daily driver'.

Perhaps my Favorite Skis Ever

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've been lucky enough to ski this ski here at Big Sky for years. This mountain chews skis up and spits them out. This ski has exceeded my expectations every year in terms of durability and performance. The best everyday ski I've ever owned. If you buy just one pair of skis this year, make it the Helix. Floats in the pow and holds its own in the park and the rest of the mountain. Check out this blog post from Backcountry.com!

http://www.backcountry.com/explore/hucking-big-skys-class-6-with-chris-rennau

Perhaps my Favorite Skis Ever

Helix rips through everything

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The helix is a great ski no matter where you take it. I have personally taken it all over the mountain including the park. where I noticed the helix triumph was in the crud and bumps in moderate snow. If it can go through that. It will blow through anything you throw at it!

Liberty Helix

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Helix has been my go to daily ski for years. I love how it performs on all types of snow. From bumps to groomers to pow I know that the Helix will perform. If I could only have one ski this would be it.

Quiver of one ski

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This ski is so much fun to ride around on the mountain. I rode this ski though a shop I work at several times this winter. It has enough rocker in the tip and tail to blast through powder and softer snow. The camber underfoot allows you to ski and not feel as if your sliding around the mountain with no grip underneath. I took it through the park and was surprised at how nimble and playful it was when throwing butters and presses. It was stable underfoot while landing large jumps. And very fun to play around on rails with. On any given day no matter what the snow conditions may be this ski will perform and then some.

I'm 5'8" 164lbs, an advanced skier looking at Liberty Helix 187cm vs 182cm. Will the longer size be too long even though they ski "shorter"?