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Any idea how your Movement Fly Swatter Skis ended up in the front yard this morning under two feet of freshies? Reverse-camber skis need a regular fix too; they probably let themselves out. Once the Swatters stop shaking, saddle up and hit the tram for a little all-mountain shredding. A rockered tip and tail provide all the agility you need to flick quick turns in the trees and all the float to hammer your favorite stashes. Should the sweet sound of avy bombs greet you in the parking lot, it's probably the day for the Fly Swatter.

  • CTS sidewall design provides durability and uses multi-angle fiberglass construction to eliminate torsional flex and maintain edge-hold
  • Early rise tips and tails stomp deep pow landings while the traditional camber under foot provides stability in the chunder
  • Wood core is lightweight and allows for snappy quick turns through a tight treeline
  • Tri-axial stringers stretch from tip to tail to give you snappy response for quick edge-to-edge turns
  • ECL construction technology reduces 50% of the glue used in the ski core and uses mostly water-based adhesives for a more earth-friendly product

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Highly Reccomend

    I love the Fly Swatters. I have not been very comfortable in powder and usually only went into it on moderate slopes that were wide open and then only 4 to 6 inches deep. Withe my new Fly's, I went looking for steeper and deeper with glade density trees, whooping all the way down. They seem to turn by just thinking about it and they also absorb the bumpy junk at the edge of the groomers. I can't wait for next season when I will have the opportunity to ski them in the variety of what we call Cascade concrete here in Washington State. Some of it is pretty light and fluffy and I am especially looking forward to that. They were also great in the spring slush.


    Fly Swatter

      I got a chance to ride a fellow instructors pair and although I have limited experience skiing powder I loved the ride. I went looking for steeper and deeper, through trees, everywhere. I was able to relax knowing the I could turn whenever and wherever I wanted. Very stable and smooth in the lumps.

      Unanswered Question

      can these survive the ocassinol park

      can these survive the ocassinol park