Faction Skis Candide Thovex 3.0 Ski

Faction Skis Candide Thovex 3.0 Ski
Faction Skis Candide Thovex 3.0 Ski
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Candide Thovex 3.0 Ski by Faction Skis
From buttering lips to dropping cliffs, the Faction Skis Candide 3. 0 Ski is the VIP of its series. The tip and tail rocker make turning a breeze and help you ride through less-than-perfect snow conditions, and low camber underfoot gives you stability and edge hold in more packed conditions. To keep things light and lively, Faction built the Candide 3. 0 with a balsa wood core that's reinforced with flax fibers for extra strength and pop. Biaxial and triaxial fiberglass laminates give the ski tons of edge hold and torsional stability, while an updated micro-cap construction provides increased durability. The Candide features an updated titanal binding plate to ensure you won't pull out a heelpiece at an inopportune time, and it's finished with a sintered P-Tex 4000 base, making it burly enough to make the entire mountain your playground.

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