Liberty Skis Double Helix

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Heli skiing in BC' Chasing storms in the Cascades' Calling in sick for a powder day in Little Cottonwood' Load up the Liberty Double Helix Ski, and its fat dimensions, rockered tip, and playful bamboo core will have you drooling and howling with pleasure like the powder hound you are. Did the storm fizzle out' Your boss wise up and force you to wait until the pow's all trampled' That's OK, because the Double Helix has traditional camber underfoot and burly sidewall construction for tight edge hold and powerful steering capabilities for carving up hardpack. The ultra-durable, lively, and sustainable, bamboo core features poplar stringers for weight reduction. This makes the Double Helix an excellent choice for touring, if that's your thing, and even if the chairlift is your preferred mode of uphill transport, it helps to avoid the jelly-legs that can happen after a long day in the pow. Liberty gave this beast HRC 48 edges for a wider, more durable profile. A protective Durathane bumper keeps the ski looking in tip-top shape and performing like an easy-turning, powder-munching monster season after season.


Liberty Skis Double Helix

previously retailed for:
$389.48 - $545.26

The Liberty Skis Double Helix is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2016 at

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