This trick ski currently holds the Men's World Trick Record. Anna Gay has also set 2 World Records on this ski and is the reigning World Trick Champion. Check out Anna Gay's World Record.
Stiffer, lighter, and designed for more aggressive edging an easier lift. This ski is a carbon fiber layup for a stiff, light, and very strong ski. The core is a very light PVC foam. The wider fore-body allows for more surface area on toe tricks and flips. The narrow tip and tail shape allow the ski to feel like a smaller ski for body overs and spins and will allow you to "load" the ski better. The flat spot adds stability, but the more aggressive rocker gives you better lift. The slight concave bottom allows the ski to ride a little lighter while flat, but tracks like it's on rails.
• Carbon Fiber Layup
• Ultra-light PVC foam core
• Inserts for both front and rear bindings
• 10 front binding inserts universal binding compatibility
• 8 for the rear plate for a solid hold and forward and aft adjustability
• Fine-tuned edges
• 3 stage rocker, 1.15" Rocker
• Long "sweet spot"
• New tip and tail shape
• Wider forebody
• Molded full-length grooves
• Slight Concave bottom
* This new ski's rear hole pattern is designed for the new 8" insert spacing rear trick plate binding. Be sure to order the rear plate with your ski. Ski is not designed to be drilled into for binding mounting.
Up to 110 lbs
Choice in ski size is loosely based on your height and weight. The chart above gives a good, general reference point to start at. Ability, potential growth, and potential ability also matter with regard to ski size. If you are unsure about what size to choose, please check the button and fill out our questionnaire and we can offer you our advice about what size ski we recommend.
Beginner kids as small as 40lbs can ski on the 41". We recommend starting on a larger ski and growing into it as your ability progresses. The better your ability, the smaller the ski you may want to choose. You sacrifice speed with a larger ski size, but gain more stability and consistency with a larger ski. With a larger ski, you can also keep the boat speed down, which produces better wakes and makes falling less traumatic for the small skier.