Lib Technologies Wreckcreate 110 Ski

Lib Technologies Wreckcreate 110 Ski
Lib Technologies Wreckcreate 110 Ski
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Wreckcreate 110 Ski by Lib Technologies
Like the evil angel on your shoulder, your Lib Tech Wreckreate 110 Skis are begging you to send it. When you're skiing 100 plus days a season, epic wipeouts and quadruple tomahawks are bound to be sprinkled into the mix--but hey, you've gotta get through your fair share of wrecks to earn the good stuff, right'With a 110mm waist and rockered tip and tail, these pow sticks are ready to surf the steep and deep. The wood core is light and playful, giving you the confidence to boost over cat tracks and pop off wind lips, and fiberglass layers add strength and stability while you're maching down groomed runs trying to outski those fun-sucking yellow jackets. Lib Tech's signature Magne-Traction serrated edges hold a solid bite into firm snow, so you can dominate bulletproof conditions and icy chutes.

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SKU: LBT008L
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