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The Libery Variant Ski has the width to float in powder, and the guts and edge grip to carve anywhere. The Variant has a stiff tail and a titanal metal later to inspire confidence in terrain. Great for backcountry use, this ski has a skin-friendly tip/tail notches.
Built for hard-charging rippers who think variety is the spice of life, the Liberty Variant 113 Ski flies over deep pow, slices through chunder, and carves up hardpack. An ample 113-milliimeter waist provides tons of float, and a rockered tip makes turning through freshies a cinch. Traditional camber underfoot and flat tail give an emphatic oomph to rebound, and a laminated bamboo core makes the ski nimble yet strong and stable. Quadaxial weave laminate and a dense reinforced polymer increases screw retention to prevent blow-out and add rigidity for full-on shred speed. With a skin-friendly notch in the tail, the Variant loves to mix things up in the backcountry, too.