Exceed your own expectations in the park by riding the versatile and reliable Faction Candide Thovex 1. 0. This symmetrical freestyle specific ski is built to slide technical rails, stomp big park jumps, and find steep halfpipe transitions. At 90mm underfoot this skis blends nimbleness for rails with a wide enough platform to confidentially stomp big jumps at high speeds. Additionally the rocker-camber-rocker profile, snappy sidecut, and durable construction will allow you to progress your game in the park, pipe, or streets this season. The versatile and responsive rocker-camber-rocker profile provides a good mix of response and forgiveness to not only allow you to push the limits of your skiing, but also help prevent brutal edge catch slams that cut your day short. Camber underfoot provides the pop you need to ollie onto rails and set big tricks on jumps, while the rocker lets you slide around tricks that are slightly under rotated while also helping you blow minds with progressive butter maneuvers. To ensure that you are in complete control, the 1. 0's provide you with an ultra-maneuverable symmetrical sidecut that allows you to dart from feature to feature and edge quickly to save a tip over fall. Finally the poplar and beech core is lightweight, poppy, and durable for a solid feeling ski. When sandwiched by multiple layers of fiberglass, a carbon stomp pad, and chip proof topsheets, this core is able to create a ski that can hold up to the day to day rigors of park skiing.
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