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2019 Liberty Ski Gear
Liberty's Freeride line saw quite a few improvements for this season. First off, the Origin line was completely revamped. The former Origin 116 has become the Origin 112 with a refined rocker profile and slightly smaller waist. The Origin 90 & Origin 96 have an updated profile with low rocker in the tip and tail.
Onto the jib line, this year they brought back the Helix line which comes in a 98 (133/98/121), and 84 (115/84/110) for youth. Like the Origin 90 & 96 it has a slight tip and tail rocker to remain playful, but enough camber to not skip out on performance. The Transfer is back and remains unchanged for their camber park and pipe ski.
The Women's Genesis series is back unchanged in a 90, 96, and 106. And the Genome, they're 141 waist powder ski is back and ready for the next big dump
This ski is built for women who want to explore the entire mountain, no matter the conditions. With lightweight X-Core carbon construction, playful rocker, and a big dose of awesome, the Genesis 106 is ready for epic moments.
Look no further for performance and fun. The Genesis 90 makes it easy to conquer the front-side groomers or mixed conditions. With slight rocker in the tip and tail, and lightweight construction, you can play all day.
DON’T FEAR THE GIRTH. The Genome is surprisingly nimble, due to tip and tail Bomb Rocker and lightweight construction. You can float, pivot, and romp in deep snow, but can lay down tracks on harder stuff because of the unique camber profile. The Genome will make you a believer.
*Comes in two color options
Say hello to our little friend, the NEW Helix 84. But don’t be fooled, this ski is meant for the next level. Bamboo and poplar core construction, aluminum tip and tail protectors, and a durable topsheet mean the Helix Jr. is ready for all-day play …
Newschoolers' Quick Review:
"I personally loved the Helix due for aggressive ski style, mostly hitting large jumps and rails. What I really enjoyed is the wider 98mm platform because it gave me more ski to work with on rails. The stiff camber section allowed me to charge jumps, with the super low swingweight …
Our big mountain, everyday charger is ready to crush deep days and low tide days alike. Performance driven and loaded with our bamboo, poplar, and carbon fiber construction, the Origin 106 makes everyday a good day.
**Formerly the Origin 116, The Origin 112 has been refined with a new rocker profile and slightly smaller waist**
Characteristics: Quick turning, Stable, Versatile
The NEW Origin 112 features a refined camber/rocker profile in a new waist width. A solid bamboo, poplar, and carbo…
The Origin 90 is focused on the fall line, but will still loosen up enough to play in the bumps or venture off groomed terrain. With lower tip rocker but the same energetic speedcore/carbon construction, the NEW Origin 90 is an even better choice for those wanting a ski that can do it…
The award-winning Origin 96 is back with a newly refined, early rise tip profile. With more edge contact than ever before, the Origin 96 is ready to carve harder than ever before, but still retains a playful personality everywhere on the mountain. With bamboo, polar, and carbon fib…
The Origin Pro is built for one purpose, to slay the deep stuff. The bamboo and double carbon-stringer core produces energy and stability for all powder day adventures. If you live for the face shot, then look no further.
Ski a little bit of everything? With X-Core carbon construction, a newly refined early-rise tip, and secure mid-section, the Genesis 96 is sure to turn heads from hardpack to your favorite powder stash.
Radius: 14m @158cm
The Transfer is my ski of choice in the liberty line up. It's super light, but stiff enough to stomp on big jumps and soft enough to butter on rails and rollers. I just rode a fresh pair when I was down in hood and I was ripping turns down the snake track with sharp edges. All around a solid, poppy…