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For true Backcountry Freestyle these are hard to beat; a real secure and positive feel, smooth and with the pop you need to enjoy the safety of getting enough height to ensure there's time for your planned rotations.
Overall very impressed both as a Freestyle ski and an all mountain Freerider. The look is amazing and ties in superbly with the Dragon Goggles as you would expect in a collaboration of these brands.
In collaboration with Dragon. Custom Artwork by Kengo Kimura. Inspired by the Prodigy 4.0, this ski shares the same shape, Poplar/Ash core and Flax Fibre layers as its big brother, meaning that it grips when carving up corduroy or slush, and has the right mix of pop and dampness to boost that backcountry kick then charge down the tracked-out landing. Surf Zone technology ensures that even at this waist width, you can fly through fresh snow and slash all the way down your line. Whether you’re gapping safety barriers, bouncing down pillow lines or wheelying rollers, this ski is playful, solid and versatile enough to do it all, in style.
Ash is a heavier hardwood, that compliments Poplar by stiffening up the ride and adding some extra durability. This duo provides a chatter-free hold on hard snow, a solid base for stomping landings and more than enough pop and flex to get creative with.
With micro-cap, the sandwich construction provides awesome edge hold and torsional stability while the ski’s topsheet wraps around and meets the sidewall, protecting the fragile join that can be prone to chipping.
A considerably skinnier tail width than in the tip provides ultimate downhill performance for attacking the mountain. A twin tip in the tail encourages playfulness and freestyle attitude, meaning you can ride switch without a problem.
An innovative, biaxial layup of Flax Fibres ensure excellent dampening characteristics adding all the stiffness and torsional stability you could want from your eco-friendly landing gear, and more.
Surf Zone tech unites Rocker and Tip Taper design to make sure these two key features work in harmony. Rocker provides float and facilitates pivoting, while a Tapered Tip moves the widest part of the ski closer to the centre and removes unwanted hooking.