You ski your home resort so much that you are on a first name basis with all the lift operators, groomers, and the bartender. It doesn't matter if there is new snow, if it hasn't snowed in weeks, or if it is a late season day of skiing corn, you will be there bright and early. The Lib Tech Wreckcreate 90 is made with you in mind. The 90mm waist thrives riding the resort; it is narrow enough to hold a solid edge on groomers and firmer snow, while still having enough girth to float over a few inches of new snow. To further excel on hardpack, the Wreckcreate 90 mixes a camber section underfoot with Magne Traction edges and sidewalls. This combination creates long and consistent edge contact, allowing you to hold an edge on even the firmest and iciest slopes. No ski can truly be considered a one ski quiver without some soft snow prowess. When the new snow starts piling up, you can stick with your trusty Wreckcreate 90 due to the early rise in the tip and tail. When combined with the generous 90mm waist, the early rise tip allows you to float over new snow with confidence. In addition to the flotation, the mid range turn radius and Eco Light Construction ensure that your skis will stay stable and consistent wherever you go, even at high speeds. The Wreckcreate 90 is a ski that thrives as an everyday resort ski no matter the conditions.
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