When you're ideal day on hill consists of early morning pow turns, midday off piste jibbing, and late afternoon park laps, equip yourself with the Faction Candid 3. 0 ski. This 108mm waisted ski has heavy jib and park influences that make it ideal for the modern jib-rat who needs a ski that handles well, and can be used with confidence, in many different conditions. To achieve this versatility the 3. 0 features a rocker-camber-rocker profile, medium stiff flex and lightweight construction. To provide the versatility you demand, the rocker-camber-rocker profile mixes explosive edge power and pop underfoot with floaty and forgiving rocker out to the tips and tails. This combination allows for hard edging on big lines and groomers, excellent maneuverability in fresh snow, and precise control in freestyle situations. Working with the profile of this ski, the mid-stiff flex, adds responsiveness and stability underfoot as well as the potential for butters out in the tip and tail so that you can paint your own line down the mountain. The balsa and poplar wood core is sandwiched by fiberglass and a durable titanal plate to provide responsiveness and torsional rigidity, while keeping things light enough so your legs stay fresh from bell to bell.
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