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Featured Preview by00000000onAug 10, 2014 @ 5:10 PM
I designed The WhipitÃ¢â€žÂ¢ 90mm wide ski shape & construction for game-changing light weight
quickness. You'll be whipping around the most technical tricks with ease you never previously
thought possible, feeling like there's nothing on your feet.
These skis have a solid, reliable flex pattern under foot for stomping big airs & laying down
solid high speed carves. The tips have a softer flex, with lots of energy for popping
big ollies, nollies and conforming naturally to transitions in the park & the rest of the mountain.
I put just enough rocker in the tip & tail to easily float in soft & slushy snow. The rocker is
complimented by a very modern, narrower tapered tip shape for a super smooth surfy feel &
catch-free butterability (new word in dictionary) like you've never experienced. Yup! this is
the funnest, lightest, quickest, easiest, butteryest, most durable park ski you'll ever buy. But
don't take our word for it, read the reviews from others that already own it!
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Lengths cm: 164, 171, 178
Shape mm: 113-90-110
Weight 178cm g/pair: 3,520
Boot Mount cm: 2 back from center
Sidecut Radius m: avg. 20
Camber mm: 3
Tip Height tip/tail mm: 62 / 62
Rocker Height tip/tail mm: 2 / 2
Rocker Length including tips tip/tail cm: 28 / 28
I designed this ski for superior light weight quickness all over the hill especially in the park. When laying down a turn, this ski literally reads your mind, turning on a dime with a light, energetic & intuitive feel.
The sidecut holds a comfortable edge under foot when carving off jumps & ripping groomers. It's got a real smooth and solid flex pattern under your feet to land big airs for you with a forgiving flex in the tip and tail for conforming effortlessly to transitions & enhancing butterability (new word in dictionary). I put just enough rocker in the tip & tail (2mm) to easily float in the slush & fresh snow, which also happens to enhance buttering ease & tip initiation when carving turns forward or backwards. The Rocker+Tip shape is comprised of 4 different size radii blended into one for a seamless tip profile that transitions from camber, to rocker, to tip without any kinks for a first-of-itâ€™s-kind smooth & natural feel.
I've been shredding these for the better part of spring, and I fell in love with them. I switched from the 90mm waist of the Snowboarding Is Cool, which was an awesome ski for mid winter, hard-pack snow. As soon as i made the switch in the spring, the wider waist and softer flex made warm park days so much more enjoyable. They had no problem smashing through huge slush piles that accumulated at the landings of Park City's biggest jumps.
The soft flex and lught swing weight made these very similar to the snowboarding is cool ski, and made the transition very easy. Skiing rails and jumps was just as easy.
They even handled themselves on the PC' biggest jump line, as well as the WCS 90 foot jump.
Im going to stay with the 98mm waist, they are dope AF