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Genetically superior.

The Liberty Helix has good skiing written into its DNA. This versatile twin-tipped specimen was bred to dominate big mountains, deep snow, hardpack, groomers, and jumps. With a 105 waist and mini-rockered tips and tails, the Helix hits the sweet spot for pow-loving, all-mountain capable performance. The result is a quiver of one that’s as resilient as a mutt, looks like a purebred, and takes best in show.
  • Mini-rockered tip and tail for added flotation in powder with plenty of edge control
  • Earth-friendly bamboo core wrapped in a quadaxial fiberglass weave for responsive flex
  • UHMW sidewalls and bomb-proof, oversized HRC 48 edges that refuse to dent, break, or blow out

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helix 167 go a size up

I am 5"9 145. I bought the 167". These were my first fat ski so I do not have a lot to compare them to.

I love these skis. they are super light. My only recommendation would be, I wish i had gone one size bigger.

They ride groomers nicely due to the small rocker. work well in glades and of course they float in prowler.

All in all. Good All Mountain ski.

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How do these compare to a Gotoma in deep...

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How do these compare to a Gotoma in deep snow? Also compared to a Shogun? I noticed they dont have any camber and just slight rocker in tip and tail. Not a lot of reviews out there for them.

TST 183 or Helix 182 for Tahoe One ski...

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TST 183 or Helix 182 for Tahoe One ski quiver?

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Helix 187.


I am 5'5" and 135 lbs and am looking...

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I am 5'5" and 135 lbs and am looking at the Liberty Helix as a backcountry ski. I am wondering if 167 cm would be too long of a ski? Also there is the women's version the Liberty Envy powder that comes in a 156 cm though with this be on the other end and ski to short?

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If you're looking for it as a powder ski I would say go with the longer one for sure.

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Amazing Telemark Skis

I ride these with 7tm releasable telemark bindings and they absolutely rip. They gave surprising grip on hardback in New England, but floated and powered through BC powder. Brilliant skis. They *do* chatter at speed on hardpack, so aren't ideal if you're a strict resort skier, but if you spend any time in the backcountry, get these, especially for tele. On top of all of their brilliance, they are ultra light so are great for those skinning or hiking days. A+ Liberty!

What's the recomended length for someone...

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What's the recomended length for someone 5'8"?

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I'd either go 176, or 182. If you like to go fast, stomp big airs, and will be skiing steep and deep, or are a heavier guy, I'd go for the 182. The "mini rocker" will make it ski a little shorter than you'd think, but you don't need to size up a big amount like you would for a full reverse camber or early rise ski. I guess I'd push the longer ski, but if you like to make lots of tight turns and farm your runs, a shorter ski would be better.
If you like to go big, then go big. Enjoy!

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FWIW, my girlfriend is 5'7" and 130. She's athletic, but not superstrong, also just coming back to skiing after 15 years off. She's gonna be on 167s even though we will be in the backcountry 90% of the time. They have full camber with maybe a couple cms of early rise (the "stealth rocker") so even w/ twintips, they ski pretty true to size.

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i bought the 168cm. do you know what with binding will work best?