Lib Technologies Wreckcreate 102 Ski

Lib Technologies Wreckcreate 102 Ski
Lib Technologies Wreckcreate 102 Ski
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Wreckcreate 102 Ski by Lib Technologies
The Wreckcreate 102 is a quiver killing, all mountain ski that is engineered for everyday use. The 102mm waist is the widest of Lib Tech's Wreckcreate line which are all designed as daily drivers with a freestyle influence. This waist is paired with early rise in the tip to provide float in deep snow so that you can confidently blast through wind drifts and drop big cliffs. At the same time, Magne Traction technology creates a narrower feel and holds a solid edge on groomers, allowing this ski to perform on icy days and firm pack without skipping a beat. This combination of deep snow and firm snow prowess allows the Wreckcreate to provide reliable performance, day in day out, no matter the conditions.

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SKU: LBTV177
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