Over the years all-mountain skis that can be ridden in the park have come a long way. The UFO 95 is a great example of a ski that is equally at home on the foot of a front side skier who likes to carve groomers and navigate between storm chop, as it is on the feet of a creative freestyle rider who spends their between storm days in the park. This versatility is made possible by the tapered tip and tail that boast extended rocker. This combination creates control in variable conditions, effortless turn initiation and transition, and boosted butter potential on rails and jumps.
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Lib Technologies UFO 95 Ski
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