Set yourself up for all-mountain freestyle control from the park to the pow with the Faction Candid 2. 0 Ski. This 102mm waisted ski is built to thrive on the feet of the modern freestyle rider who loves to do it all thanks to the rocker-camber-rocker profile, symmetrical shape, and durable construction. The rocker-camber-rocker profile features a small amount of camber from contact point to contact point and rocker out to the tips and tails. This combination blends the powerful edge hold and pop or camber with the float and forgiveness of rocker while also cutting down on swing weight so that you can set and stomp big tricks in any snow conditions. Working with this versatile profile the symmetrical shape ensures that switch takeoffs and landings feel the same as forward ones for ultimate confidence in learning new tricks or taking old tricks to new areas of the mountain. Finally a full wood core, durable p-tex base, and chip-proof topsheet ensure that these sticks will hold up to season after season of hard charging.
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