Designed for the freerider that wants to charge from the alpine to the valley floor.
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These big mountain guns inspired by the Swiss charger, Jeremie Heitz, were built with three points in mind:
- Pure Innovation: A pure freeride sidecut inspired by Jeremie Heitz and a ski that provides stability and maneuverability in any condition.
- Pure Technology: This ski skillfully features a powerful titanal layer, harmonized flex and additional power transfer, paulownia and beech wood core, and reduced weight and additional torsional stiffness.
- Pure Design: A collaboration with Jeremie Heitz
Lightweight enough to strap to your back for the terrain accessed only by hiking, climbing, and boot-packing.
Burly enough to charge any line thanks to a progressive titanal layer that increases response and power.
Carbon stringers add to the stability and performance of the ski without adding unnecessary weight.
The optimal amount of tip rocker and the dual-power wood core allows for intuitive turn initiation and a smooth ride no matter the condition. The dual wood core is a combination of paulownia and 2 beech stringers covering the length of the ski. This combination allows for greater torsional stiffness and dampness to give the skier full confidence—it will charge any line the modern freerider seeks.
To find out the demands placed on this ski, check out the Trailer for La Liste II, featuring Jeremie Heitz.