The Lib Tech UFO 100 is an all mountain ski with a heavy park influence. The 100mm waist is stable enough to ski the entire mountain while still being nimble and maneuverable enough to thrive in a freestyle setting. You can rest easy knowing that the mid-fat waist on these will thrive all over the mountain with a good mix of edge hold, flotation and stability. The extended rocker, while having benefits in the park, also boosts the UFO's all-mountain prowess by keeping you above the snow when it gets deep or punchy. To ensure that this ski will be your go-to park stick, Lib Tech added significant taper in the tip and tail to cut down on swing weight for comfortable and controlled spinning. They also extended the tip and tail rocker to create a slightly shorter effective edge, which allows you to butter onto rails and off of jumps with a lowered risk of the dreaded edge catch. If it's longevity you're worried about, you can rest assured knowing the UFO 100 features Eco Light Construction, which is a lightweight and lively wood core protected by a durable top sheet and sitting on top of a hard sintered base, ensuring you you won't be need new skis next season.
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