Ski Trab Duo Freerando

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You can take the mid-fat, super-duper-light Ski Trab Duo Freerando Ski anywhere. A healthy dose of sidecut and traditional camber make turning a breeze on any terrain. And at less than six pounds a pair, these quick climbers can take you far and high to access that line you've been eyeing for years. Carbon, fiberglass, and hybrid reinforcements make this cap ski durable, strong, and torsionally stiff for high-speed stability and ripping performance. So when you get to where you're going it will be worth it.


Fun! Trab's Piuma Quadraxial technology saves significant weight without sacrificing performance. Torsion box construction featuring carbon reinforced, quadraxial weave glass produces exceptional torsional rigidity while remaining longitudinally soft, delivering an energetic ride with great float. The Duo design increases the tip's surface area by 22%, eliminating tip dive while breaking trail and powder skiing. It also shifts the sidecut 9 cm forward, resulting in a more responsive handling ski. The Split Differentiated Tail plays an integral role along with the Duo Tip in the skin attachment system and facilitates an easier turn release. The high molecular density sintered race base improves glide and resists gouging while strategically placed elastomers eliminate chatter. Radial tuned 52 HRC carbon steel edges provide excellent edge hold while eleasing cleanly from turns. The most versatile ultralight ski around, the Duo FreeRando rips in all conditions!


Ski Trab Duo Freerando

previously retailed for:
$296.55 - $698.95

The Ski Trab Duo Freerando is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 4, 2014 at

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