A revolutionary rockered ski production process that incorporates bi-directional carbon fiber in the tips and tails of the skis to stabilize the rockered areas, reducing weight and vibration. This process delivers more precision and performance, creating a smoother calmer ride in an easy to ski package. The result is a perfect combination of pressure distribution, flotation, power and stability.
A layer of bi-directional carbon fiber is placed above top layer of Titinal and is positioned from edge to edge under the middle section of the ski, directly under the FDT Race or WC Piston Race plate. This layer of carbon fiber adds additional support to the middle section of the ski.
BENEFITS - MIDDLE PHASE OF THE TURN:
Two bi-directional carbon fiber layers are positioned vertically between the middle laminents of the woodcore and run tip to tail.
BENEFITS - TRANSITION PHASE OF THE TURN:
lite coreWood cores that is naturally strong but lightweight are strategically constructed for maximum performance while reducing weight.