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  • All-mountain Test Winner 2018/2019 in the Swedish ski magazine Åka Skidor.

    A completely new model that bridges the gap between our Project and Opinion range with its perfect balance between stability and playfulness. A modern all-mountain ski that is developed to use every day over the entire mountain. Arc GS turns in groomers or bring it out on the best powder day of the season – the key word for Fusion 95 is versatility.

    The skis are made out of snappy poplar wood and stable beech wood, in combination with race rubber dampening membranes to minimize vibrations. The tapered tip and tail, combined with the progressive freeride rocker profile in tip and tail, creates fantastic floatation in soft snow but also gives you a great edge grip in hard-packed conditions.

    Fusion 95 is your choice if you are looking for a playful yet dampened all-mountain ski that carves the slopes and floats in powder. If you are looking for more performance-oriented all-mountain skis with even more edge grip, the Project 90/100 would be an option.

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  • Mothertree is the world’s first community-developed freeride ski for females and have been developed together with the female ski network InspireUs. The ski, and the unique development process behind it, was awarded the international and prestigious ISPO Award 2016/17.

    The skis are made for females who are looking for a playful and versatile freeride model to ski all over the mountain and in all kind of different snow conditions. Mothertree 105 can be skied with plenty of pressure in the slopes, but like all wide skis it performs best in offpiste conditions. Since it is a low-weight ski, Mothertree 105 can be used with either an alpine binding or a ski touring binding.

    Mothertree 105 is an ultra-light glass fibre ski (1650 g at 172 cm), made out of snappy poplar wood and light paulownia wood. In the tip and tail we use the ultra-light aerospace material Tubecomb for lowest possible swing weight. The tapered tip and tail, combined with the progressive freeride rocker profile in the tip and tail, creates great floatation in soft snow but also a great edge grip in hard- packed conditions.

    If you are looking for these characteristics in an all-mountain ski with shorter radius, Mothertree 95 could be a good alternative. If you want a more powerful and performance-oriented all-mountain ski, the Project 100 Woman is the right choice.

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  • Mothertree is the world’s first community-developed freeride ski for females and have been developed together with the female ski network InspireUs. The ski, and the unique development process behind it, was awarded the international and prestigious ISPO Award 2016/17.

    The skis are made for females who are looking for a playful and versatile all-mountain model to ski all over the mountain and in all kind of different snow conditions. Mothertree 95 can be skied with plenty of pressure in the slopes, but like all playful skis it performs best in softer snow conditions. Since it is a low-weight ski, Mothertree 95 can be used with either an alpine binding or a ski touring binding.

    Mothertree 95 is an ultra-light glass fibre ski (1560 g at 172 cm), made out of snappy poplar wood and light paulownia wood. In the tip and tail we use the ultra-light aerospace material Tubecomb for lowest possible swing weight. The tapered tip and tail, combined with the progressive freeride rocker profile in the tip and tail, creates great floatation in soft snow but also a great edge grip in hard- packed conditions.

    If you are looking for these characteristics in a freeride ski with longer radius, Mothertree 105 could be a good alternative. If you want more powerful and performance-oriented all-mountain skis, the Project 90/100 Woman is the right choice.

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  • Based on the same modern geometry as Second Opinion 108, but with more powerful titanal construction. This model suits skiers that like the playful shape of Opinion, but are looking for a more dampened feeling, more edge grip and to be able to ski harder in more demanding snow conditions.

    The construction of Opinion 108 Reload is a further development of the very popular model Opinion 108 Charger. To this winter, the ski has a more powerful wood core made of snappy poplar wood and stable beech wood. At the same time, we have decreased the width of the two layers of titanal. The race rubber dampening in tip and tail is still there to minimize vibrations.

    The new construction remains dampened and stable in high speed. However, we have decided to decrease the torsional stiffness in the tip and tail section of the ski. This makes it easier when skiing the trees and less aggressive on edge in varying offpiste conditions such as wind-packed snow. The harmonious tapered tip and tail, combined with the long low-rise rocker profile, creates fantastic floatation in powder and makes them easy to manoeuvre in all conditions.

    Opinion 108 Reload is a unique freeride model where we have combined a very modern geometry with a powerful construction. If you are looking for a lighter and more playful freeride ski, Second Opinion 108 is a better option.

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  • Based on the geometry of the multiple award winning Second Opinion 118, but with a waist of 108 mm and a little shorter radius. This width in the Opinion series is made for the skier who wants a versatile freeride ski to use every day over the mountain, regardless of snow conditions.

    To this winter, the construction is identical to the wider Second Opinion 118, which has resulted in a more playful and 15 % lighter ski. The construction and rocker profile of the Opinion range is optimized for soft snow but can also be skied with plenty of pressure on the slopes.

    Second Opinion 108 is an ultra-light glass fibre ski (1900 g at 186 cm), made out of snappy poplar wood and light paulownia wood. In the tip and tail we use the ultra-light aerospace material Tubecomb for lowest possible swing weight. The harmonious tapered tip and tail, combined with the long low-rise rocker profile, creates fantastic floatation in powder and makes them easy to manoeuvre in all conditions.

    Second Opinion 108 is your choice if you are looking for a versatile freeride ski for all snow conditions. If you are searching for a wider ski for the deepest powder days, Second Opinion 118 is a good alternative.

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  • Big-mountain Test Winner 2017/18 in the Swedish ski magazine Åka Skidor with rewards like “One of the better skis for drifting and it holds as good in higher speeds.”

    Opinion 118 is also the world’s first community-developed ski, created with the help of hundreds of dedicated skiers in forum thread with 1.900 member posts, over 1.000.000 visits and one year of development. For this, the model was awarded the international and prestigious ISPO Gold Award 2014/15.

    The model was renamed to Second Opinion after a further development of the construction that made the ski 15 % lighter ski and gave it more playful characteristics. The ski is very all-round for being such a wide ski, but prefers powder, tracked powder or spring snow. A ski for your Japan trip or for the best days of the winter.

    Second Opinion 118 is an ultra-light glass fibre ski (1980 g at 187 cm), made out of snappy poplar wood and light paulownia wood. In the tip and tail we use the ultra-light aerospace material Tubecomb for lowest possible swing weight. The harmonious tapered tip and tail, combined with the long low-rise rocker profile, creates fantastic floatation in powder and makes them easy to manoeuvre in all conditions.

    Second Opinion 118 is perfect if you are looking for a wide freeride ski or a powder ski. If you want more all-round freeride characteristics, Second Opinion 108 could be an option.

    Read the full product development process at: www.freeride.se/opinion

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