Big-Mountain Ski Gear
For Steep Lines & Deep Powder
Little brother to the Kuro, this is a smooth-sailing rocket of a fat ski. It munches up pow and smears like butter. You’ll find full rocker, an early-tapered tip and tail, 124mm of waist width, and powerful sidewall construction. Dive in.
This is an 18-DIN monster of a freeski binding. Extra elasticity keeps you from prematurely ejecting on heavy lines and the toepiece is reinforced for added torsional stiffness. Magnesium parts ensure durability and keep this binding lightweight—it’s all here.
Deep days, chopped up pow, or icy chutes—the Norwalk handles it all. This mid-fat, hybrid core is part all-mountain slayer and big-mountain muscle. Sidewall construction lends strength and power, a blend of rocker and traditional camber means float and control, and thick edges mean durability.
Seth Morrison stepped into the big-mountain scene and changed skiing forever. Stiff and lively, this ski exudes power. The shape is directional, the camber half rocker and half traditional, and the construction half cap and half sidewall—everything is perfectly balanced so you can power through big, nasty descents.
With a 16 release value, burly build quality, and massive elasticity, this is the big-mountain Tech binding you’ve been waiting for. Only a handful of this limited quantity, limited-edition binding were made this season, so get one while you can.