Liberty Origin 106 Ski

Liberty Origin 106 Ski
Liberty Origin 106 Ski
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Origin 106 Ski by Liberty
Like you, Liberty's Origin 106 Ski craves deep powdery mornings and big, open terrain. Its 106mm waist and full tip and tail rocker thrive in fresh powder, while camber underfoot and vertical sidewalls ensure edge control while you're rallying groomers between storms. An updated core profile meshes Liberty's shock-absorbing bamboo core with light and springy poplar for a lively feel. Carbon increases strength without adding weight, so you've got the power you need to crush the steep and deep from first chair to last call.

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