Liberty Skis Sequence

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Hike the ridgeline, take in the view, drop into that tight chute, make a few jump turns, straight-line it at mach speed, pillage some powder stashes, hit that big kicker in the park, carve up the groomer on the way back to the bottom, repeat. If these are the sort of runs that make up your season, you couldn't pick a better shred buddy than the Liberty Sequence Ski. Like all Libertys, the Sequence is made with a bamboo core. It is laminated with poplar, so it'll bamboozle you with its lightweight, snappy, and playful feel. Shred with a light heart, knowing that bamboo's sustainable and quick-growing, but don't sweat the gnar, because it also has virtually the same tensile strength as steel, so overwhelming your skis will take some serious doing. Designed to keep things fun and easy in all conditions, the Sequence has a Stealth Rocker profile, which smooths out uneven snow and cruises through powder, as well as making it equally easy to rail hardpack arcs or slash big, sloppy turns in the deep. A Durathane PU layer helps to reduce vibration and keeps your topsheets looking fresh (Skiing rule #32: If you look good, you feel good, and if you feel good, you ski good. Whatever, grammar.) Bases made of P-Tex 2000 slide like greased weasels, and UHMW PE sidewalls and HRC 48 edges are designed to resist the destruction brought about by your no-holds-barred shred style.


Liberty Skis Sequence

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