It's poppy. It's light. It's versatile. And it's a hell of a lot more fun than the other after-school recreational activities mom suggested. The jack-of-all-fun Lib Tech Wreckcreate 100 Ski lives to slash slow signs, jib fallen trees, slice up hardpack, and stomp floaty threes off cat track lips. With a zippy and energetic sustainably harvested aspen core, the Wreckreate is surrounded by damp and burly fiberglass laminates to keep things stable when you're straight lining. When the going gets icy, Magne-Traction serrated edges gouge out train tracks so you can ride boldly and confidently no matter the surface you're on. Two stage rocker entry keeps you afloat on boot-top pow, while traditional camber underfoot offers power and precision on firmer snow. And with impact absorbing, heavy-metal free tips and tails, the ski's swing weight stays low for wild spins and smooth landings--you'll just have to make up for it by playing some metal while you rip it up.
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