So these skis were a bit of a revelation to me. Despite what Magnus might make it look like these are pretty stiff skis, and yet serious amounts of rocker make them playful nonetheless. The amount of power they give you on nollies and popping out of both nose and tail butters is second to none. 90mm is the pretty much the narrowest ski I've ever ridden and I didn't expect to enjoy the experience all that much. But, while the stiffer flex makes them more tiring to play on, these might be the best park ski I've ever ridden. I found myself doing 'tech' tricks I haven't done in years, while at the same time, being able to do my weird stuff too. The turn radius is decently long, meaning they don't feel skittish and unstable unlike other heavily rockered narrow skis I've tried. Add that to extremely solid construction and you've got a park and hard snow package that will take some beating. - Twig
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Characteristics: Heavy duty, poppy, quick, fun
Back for its second season, the Magnus remains the standard for high-performance, rockered park skis. Developed in conjunction with Magnus Graner, it’s sidecut design excels skiing both forward and switch, while it’s round, playful flex makes butters and carves easier and more supportive than ever. As always, maximum durability has been engineered into every aspect of the ski to ensure the Magnus is one of the most heavy-duty park skis on the market today.
Sizes: 161, 171, 176, 181, 186
Dimensions: 116 - 121 / 90 / 112 - 117
Radius: 16.4 - 19.5