All-terrain speed demon.
Built for hard-charging rippers who think variety is the spice of life, the Liberty Variant 113 Ski flies over deep pow, slices through chunder, and carves up hardpack. An ample 113-milliimeter waist provides tons of float, and a rockered tip makes turning through freshies a cinch. Traditional camber underfoot and flat tail give an emphatic oomph to rebound, and a laminated bamboo core makes the ski nimble yet strong and stable. Quadaxial weave laminate and a dense reinforced polymer increases screw retention to prevent blow-out and add rigidity for full-on shred speed. With a skin-friendly notch in the tail, the Variant loves to mix things up in the backcountry, too.
- Hammer Rocker profile with gradual tip rocker and traditional camber
- BC Tail flat tail
- Bamboo Backbone laminated core
- FRP fiber reinforced polymer
- Quadaxial E-Glass weave
- P-Tex 4000 base
- HRC 48 steel edge
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Once again liberty makes a great ski.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This ski is built for a hard charging skier with a stiff tail and a softer flex in the tip. This holds on ice due to the camber underfoot. I normally ride tele, but I mounted these alpine so I could go HAMF. A good paired binding for this ski is the Tyrolia Attack 16.
I have only used this ski once so far, It was an icy day at the bird and I was able to just point and go in the steeps. Overall another great ski made by liberty. If you are looking for some speed this is the ski for you.