If you've ever stared longingly into the park from the groomers and wished you could duck in without having to go home and grab your other skis, listen up. The guys don't have to choose between up-for-anything all-mountain boards and something they can jib and pop their way through the park on, and neither should you. Grab the all-new Faction Women's Prodigy Ski and you'll be able to lay trenches on corduroy then turn around and ride switch through the park without a second thought. To give the Prodigy versatility befitting its name, Faction started with a thoroughly all-mountain 96mm waist, then it added rockered tips and tails and camber underfoot. The rockered tips ride switch as easily as they float through refrozen chop off-piste, and the camber lending hard snow stability. On groomers, the dual radius sidecut and vertical sidewalls provide responsive grip when you're barreling down a bump run or laying out your edges, and poplar and beech collaborate to give you a smooth ride at high speeds and plenty of quickness when you need it. To protect against rails and rocks, Faction adds a micro-cap construction to keep your topsheets looking fresh, and uses its signature Ptex 4000 sintered bases to make sure you're able to easily fly over that booter you've been eyeing all season long.
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