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149mm underfoot?!? Are you effing serious?

Fed a steady diet of corn, anabolic steroids, and ice cream, you might say that the Liberty Mutant Ski has been fattened up for slaughter. And sure, maybe we'll all be skiing on two snowboards by the end of the decade, but in the meantime, the Mutant is here to satisfy the monster cravings of the world's most depraved powder gluttons. Yes, it only comes in a 192, and yes, it's ridiculous. But when the heavens open up this season and unleash upon humankind the most dominating dump of the century, well, what will you be riding?
  • Bomb Rocker profile delivers raised tips, a slight camber underfoot, and a flat pintail for the most righteous float thus experienced on this small planet
  • Laminated bamboo core is sustainably sourced and Liberty offsets all of the energy used its production
  • 78-Degrees sidewalls provide supreme edge-hold, durability, and turn initiation

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Unanswered Question

Does anyone actually have these?
when i...

Posted on

Does anyone actually have these?
when i saw them in an add i thought they were snow blades, are they really sluggish for the girth that they have?

Would I have to make my own bindings to...

Posted on

Would I have to make my own bindings to work with
this ski?

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The issue is the brake, but you definitely want a wide chassis binding like a Marker Jester, and while you are at it, get the Jester Pro (although green might not be the color with this beast). You can get a 130 brake, and then your shop probably has to do some bending, but should work.

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The biggest brakes I've seen are 130mm. At 149mm in the waist, I'm assuming that even bending brakes won't be enough to wrap around the edge of the Mutant ski effectively (not to mention where are you going to find the 150mm jig...?). I've seen the occasional brake-less super fat ski, so that is what I would do here. Let's face it - if you pop out of these skis on steep, deep snow they are taking off. The brakes likely won't be helping you very much anyway. Crank the DINs and stay on your feet!

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Fix---- dont use brakes save the money use tele leashes that is what i do on all my 140+ skis