Once you take a ride on the Lib Tech UFO 115 Ski, you'll be begging to get abducted to Planet Pow. You're all about plowing through pillows, slashing in the trees, and boosting off natural features, but that doesn't mean you'd turn your nose up at hiking a backcountry booter all day--hence the moderately girthy 115mm waist with elliptical entry and tapered shape at tip and tail to give you float and get you spinning faster than a flying saucer. A dollop of camber underfoot puts you into hyperdrive when you're cranking out GS turns on windbuff or carving off a wind lip, and the sustainably harvested aspen core provides stability and agility on techy lines. Just because you prefer deep snow doesn't mean you won't hit hardpack now and then, so these pow boards feature Lib Tech's distinguished Magne-Traction edgesa"the slightly serrated design rips into blue rock like a steak knife through a bison burger. That way, you can lay it on edge with confidence during high-pressure periods at the resort while you wait for more flakes to fall. Whether you're screaming down open lines or landing switch cork sevs, the UFO's Impact Deflection tech absorbs energy at the tip and tail so you can ride out of bombholes like a boss. Tough, damp, and energetic fiberglass layers and wicked-fast sintered UHMW bases would likely do some good for spaceship aerodynamics, but Lib Tech thinks you'll enjoy it for your skis. Blast off.
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