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Arctic Edge Menace TT2 Camrock Skis

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Type:
  • All Mountain
  • Powder
  • Park & Pipe
Shape:
  • Twin Tip
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type:
  • Hybrid
  • CamRock Rocker
Construction:
  • Sandwich
Core Material:
  • Wood
Base:
  • Extruded
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty:
  • 1 Year

Description: Arctic Edge Menace TT2 Camrock Skis

Time to get crazy with the Arctic Edge Menace TT2 Camrock Skis. These all mountain skis have camber under foot with a modest rockered tip and tail for those days you're gonna get around all aspects of the mountain. All the freshies gone? Take some laps in the park with its cap constructions, forgiving flex, and lightweight design. The extruded base keeps things reasonably priced in regards to maintenance and upkeep, so you won't have to break the bank. So go ahead, get loco no matter what you're riding with the Arctic Edge Menace TT2 Camrock Skis.

Key Features of the Arctic Edge Menace TT2 Camrock Skis:
  • Cap construction
  • Wood core
  • German made steel edges
  • Full wraped metal edges
  • Directional Taper
  • CamRock Rocker
  • Length (cm): 165, 171, 177
  • Effective Edge (cm): 141 (165), 147 (171), 153 (177)
  • Running Length (cm) 112 (165), 117 (171), 123 (177)
  • Tip/Tail Width (cm): 128/122 (165), 129/123 (171), 130/124 (177)
  • Waist Width (cm): 9.5 (165), 9.6 (171), 9.7 (177)
  • Sidecut (m): 19.50 (166), 20.1 (171), 21.5 (177)
  • Setback (cm) 5 (166), 6 (171), 7 (177)

Menace TT2 Camrock


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Arctic Edge Menace TT2 Camrock Skis
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Leslie S: cheap Jan 16, 2014
Paul G: They are extra wide powpow skis, and that is what I was looking for Dec 29, 2013
john d: Great ski for the price! Dec 29, 2013
Angela B: needed new skis Nov 29, 2013
Richard M: Good all around skis for the east coast, and at an unbeatable price! Nov 15, 2013
Jonathan A: For when I'm not on race skis, play in the Park, the woods, anywhere. Oct 4, 2013
A shopper asked: I have never heard of this brand are these good powder skies or not? Nov 14, 2013
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William K: These are definitely your average off-brand skis. It is a production type ski that may originate from China, but is specially sold by TheHouse only. It is like their own "house" brand.

Don't get me wrong, they work great for there purpose. They are not sintered (they're extruded), therefore they do not have as much of a slide like feel on snow, but are definitely wide enough of a ski to ride in most powder. I often use them on back country bunny trails.

The reason I picked up these skis was because I snapped my other ones last season. I like that they have a springy like rocker feel to them. If you dont ski a lot and are looking for a budget ski, these are great!

If I had more money to spend, I would definitely look at some other better powder specific skis. Also, if you ski a decent amount, the lifespan will probably only be about 5 years max.
Dec 3, 2013
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Richard M: Prior to ordering a pair I had never heard of the brand, however I was very impressed with the quality once they arrived. These skis are very light weight, flexible and from the looks of them durable.

I have not had the chance to test drive these yet as I live on the east coast and it's not yet ideal conditions. Last season I skied a pair of volkls with the same dimensions and they were great for conditions both around me (pa to New Hampshire) and in Utah. If you are primarily going to ski out west I would recommend you look into wider skis. However if you are looking for an all mountain ski that can handle powder and at the same time groomed slopes, for the price this is a pretty sweet deal. Good luck this season!
Dec 4, 2013
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brian J: Skis are nice a fat... Lots of flex which sometimes isnt great for powder. Only down fall that you might not incounter is I rode these for one day on the east coast (lots of rocks) and the front edges blew out within the first day. Im an extremely aggressive rider and if thats your style as well id recommend a one piece core rather than these which are sandwiched.

Over all great ski for the price... but expect what you pay for.
Dec 4, 2013
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Tadd J: Hello

I am currently in Afghanistan and bought them last year because it was such a good deal online. When i was home for R&R I inspected them. They look great have a nice base and construction. I mounted bindings on them and they are ready for me when I return in FEB! I ll know more after that.
Dec 3, 2013
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Jonathan A: I had never heard of them also, but wanted to add a wide rocker ski to my quiver. I have takin them to Okemo in VT and they ski fine on groomers and are stable in the park. Powder in New England can be elusive.....
I'm happy with them for the money spent.
Dec 4, 2013
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tristom y: I was not happy with the skis. The edge one one ski folded in, but The House did a great job of replacing the skis for me. I'm very happy with The House. Dec 4, 2013
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kristy c: I'm really stupid with the puter. The House was awsome to deal with. Staff was great and knew their stuff, will go back anytime Thank you,Al Christianson. Dec 4, 2013
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kristy c: Probly good poowder not terrain skis. Tips split in two weeks. Dec 4, 2013
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Marshall A asked: how wide of bindings do these skis need? Dec 23, 2013
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Tadd J: i bought these in March and I am currently in Afghanistan so I don t have a visual on them yet. But judging from the the description the Waist Width looks to be anything from 95 to 97 mm depending on what the length of the skis is. Dec 23, 2013
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Craig R: Hi Marshall,
We bought the following for the ski.
FISCHER X11 WIDE SKI BINDINGS WHITE/RED 90MM (DIN 3-11). I had to bend the brake stops a little bit but not much.
Bindings work great.
Craig
Dec 23, 2013
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Paddy OStaff: Any binding will fit. We do recommend purchasing a binding with a brake width that is wider than the ski width so that you do not have to purchase an additional brake. A brake width of 100-105mm will be sufficient. Dec 23, 2013
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brian J: Wide... I used look bindings with the wide brakes... Wide brakes are what ur looking for Dec 26, 2013
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tristom y: I think it takes a 100 but a 110 brake would work to. Dec 23, 2013
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Jonathan A: 115mm Dec 23, 2013
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bob the skier asked: what is the base color? Mar 28, 2014
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Craig R: Black base with words ARCTIC EDGE (words in green on one ski and blue on the other).
Great skis. Have lasted two seasons so far. My son split the tips when he hit a tree. Easily repaired and still going.
Mar 28, 2014
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Titan M: They are black with arctic edge in green on one and blue on the other Mar 28, 2014
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Tadd J: They are black with white writing. Mar 29, 2014
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bob the skier asked: do these skis flex well? Feb 7, 2014
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Craig R: My son uses them. 15 years old 5'9 165 lbs and he loves them. He uses them in park and regular mountain setting and says they flex well. He loves them.

Feb 7, 2014
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brian J: Yea a ton of flex for the width.. Beware I'm an extremely aggressive skier and I blew out the edging on the tip after a weekend Feb 7, 2014
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Richard M: Yes they flex very well but expect to have the edges sharpened out of the box. Other then that they were excellent skiis Feb 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: I want a ski that can handle powder, drop offs ect. But that i can also throw around in the park for spins and grabs. does anyone know if these will work? if not, any other suggestions? Apr 22, 2014
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Titan M: These skis have worked good for me all over the mountain. They're a very dynamic ski that has handled well on everything I've thrown at them Apr 22, 2014
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SKI-uet avram: have you been able to do like 360s? or 540s? Apr 22, 2014
Titan M: I've done a few 360's on them and have hit some box grinds. Apr 22, 2014
SKI-uet avram: do you think it would be possible to do bigger spins or like corks with them? off like backcountry jumps? or not super big park jumps? Apr 22, 2014
Titan M: Probably. The biggest jump I've hit with them so far was a 25 footer Apr 22, 2014
SKI-uet avram: okay thanks! Apr 22, 2014