The Lib Tech Wunderstik 96 is an ideal all-mountain ski for everyday shredding, whether you're skiing the firm East Coast, the soft snow of the Mountain West, or the undulating terrain of the Pacific North West. The 96mm waist is on the narrower side of the all mountain skis, allowing it to excel on firm snow. The Wunderstik 96's firm snow performance is further enhanced by Magne Traction technology in the edges of the skis. This wavy side wall and edge allows the ski to feel skinnier on firm pack and hold an edge exceptionally well on ice and in technical terrain--looking at you East Coast skiers. To get out of dicey terrain you can rely on the medium firm flex and Eco Light core to be solid and consistent under your feet as you point it to safety. When the snow gets deeper you can trust the Wunderstick to still perform at a high level thanks to the early rise tip and tail. The early rise tip allows for smooth flotation over new snow, and when combined with the slightly rockered tail it creates an extremely maneuverable and fun ski capable of skiing new snow in the resort or the backcountry. To boost its claim as a backcounty capable ski the Wunderstick uses lightweight wood in its core and features a touring friendly shape that confidently holds skin clips via a notch in the tail.
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