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If you can only get one ski, get this one.

Highly adaptable and versatile, the Liberty Morphic Ski is built to meld with whatever conditions you ride it on. The Classic Camber provides maximum edge grip and responsive carving while the handmade Bamboo Backbone core makes for a smooth, lightweight ride. Confidently mount the Morphic in an alpine, AT, or tele setup; you won't be disappointed.

  • Liberty's full-length Classic Camber profile provides maximum edge grip and control on hard snow
  • The handmade Bamboo Backbone core is lightweight, strong, and eco-friendly
  • Fiber Reinforced Polymer mats under the binding area provide rigidity and better screw retention
  • The Quadaxial Glass fiberglass weave gives the ski incredible torsional rigidity and easy longitudinal flex
  • Proven sandwich laminate construction boosts performance and durability
  • The 78-degree UHMW sidewalls provide increased edge grip and effortless turning
  • 94mm underfoot allows this ski to rip every condition with confidence
  • The moderate sidecut works with the underfoot camber for hardpack dominance
  • The HRC 40 edges feature a lower hardness rating and a wide profile and anchors which increase impact resistance and ensure long life
  • P-Tex 2000 sintered base provides a fast and durable connection to the snow

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3 5

Jack of all trades master of none

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

Read my full review here: http://bit.ly/X8y1Mx

4 5

Not bad, but not exceptional

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

Picked these up for my all mountain/park setup, and I have no major complaints. Still, they don't do any one thing extremely well. A bit stiff for the park, but they ski fast and carve well. They have a bit much tail for hauling in the bumps, but that may just be my center-mount. They ski and land switch really well, but are definitely harder to spin and swing around than a dedicated park ski. In summation: good for most things, but not the greatest