I copied this from the amplid 09-10 ski line in their cult...
- Proven Antidogma Shape (Syntax will be available in 172 and 178)
- New: Hexo2 Technology
- Helio P15 Ultralight Wood Core
- New: HexMat Biax Epoxyd Matrix Laminate
- Magma Edge Shock Absorber
- T.P.U. Spin Tips
- New: Silver Foil Inlay
- New: See Through Top Sheet and Base (section on the tail of the left ski)
- Matt Soft Touch Coating
- Doomsday Camber
- Twinbevel Sidewalls
- 7.2 GE Sintered Base
Core Technology - Take our Helio P15 ultralight wood core, cut out
swing weight where necessary and fill it back in with a honey comb
structure created from recycled cellulose.
Biax Epoxyd Matrix Laminate - A prepreg biax specially developed for
our Hexo2 technology. It arrives at the factory in freezer trucks and
reacts at room temperature. This is the best way to control glue
dosage, waste, and minimizes resin surplus. This biax combined with our
Hexo2 Core produces ridiculously light skis!
Result = The lightest park ski our factory has ever produced with virtually zero swing weight
The difference between the Antidogma and Syntax is materials and construction...
- Sizes: 166 / 172 / 178 (Syntax: 172 and 178 only)
- Dimensions: 119-86-110
- P10 Superlight Core (oppose to the Hexo2 Core in the Syntax)
- Glassfiber Impact Biax (oppose to the HexMat Biax Epoxyd Matrix Laminate on the Syntax)
- Abuse Base (removed for weight reduction on the Syntax)
- BA 4.4 Extruded Base (oppose to the GE 7.2 Sinterbase on the Syntax)
Which one is better?!?!.... Both are amazing park/all-mtn skis with the
same shape. The Syntax is extremely light weight and has a faster base
while the Antidogma has Abuse Base and a more impact resistant