As the wider of the two commander skis the Commander 108 adds 10mm to the waist of its skinnier counterpart to create a hard charging resort ski that blurs the line between big mountain and all mountain. This beefier 108mm waist can handle any terrain you find at a resort but really thrives in new snow whether it be untracked early runs or when you are mowing down chunder late in the day. To further boost the versatile performance these sticks are bent into Moments Front Rocker profile which is a mix of camber underfoot, a solid amount of rocker in the tip, and subtle rocker in the tail. This combination drives power to your edges for increased edge hold when you need it, lets you float through pow and skip over crud with a directional feel, and still lets you break the edge free for quick slashes and micro adjustments when you are riding tight trees. To back up this solid control the Commander 108 boasts a beefed up construction that can handle your hard charging day after day. At the center of this construction lies a full length aspen and ash core that creates a lively and responsive yet damp ride. Around that core, multiple layers of fiberglass and two layers of titanal provide a consistent flex and boost response as well as add to the dampness. Finally a full length sidewall helps with edge hold at speed and the 4001 Durasurf base is fast and extremely durable so you don't have to stress when you uncover some rocks.
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