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Lib Tech Freeride Skis

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Description: Lib Tech Freeride Skis

Jump into the fast lane on the Lib Tech Freeride Skis! An all-mountain shred star that does a little bit of everything at the highest level, the Lib Tech Freeride Skis are your ticket to mind blowing performance on the slopes. This Lib Tech ski features Magne-Traction technology that prevents you from slipping out on icy terrain, as well as a reCURVE rocker entry profile that is changing the game altogether. With the best Antivex Dampener added to reduce the shock that comes from heavy landings, your competition worthy runs better be accompanied by this Lib Tech ski!

Key Features of the Lib Tech Freeride Skis:
  • Magne-Traction
  • Rocker Entry reCURVE Tech
  • Anvitex Dampener
  • Tri Axial Fiber
  • Bio-Beans Topsheet
  • Power A core
  • Sintered base
Dimensions
Length (cm) 168 178 188
Effective Edge (cm) 100/130.0 105/140.0 110/150.0
Tip Width (cm) 132 137 144
Tail Width (cm) 122 123 128
Waist Width (cm) 100 100 100
Sidecut (m) 17 18 19

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Go fast, get chicks.
Jeremiah N on Jun 10, 2016
Go fast, get chicks.
Jeremiah N on Jun 10, 2016
I want these ski's but they are cheaper elsewhere, I'd like to purchase all my gear here but the skis don't match evo, should I just get them from evo?
A shopper on Jan 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi,
We are happy to price match. If you find an advertised price lower than ours from a legitimate authorized internet retailer, we will match that price. Call any of our sales staff at 1.800.992.7245 and they'll take care of you right away. I do not, however, see these skis on their site? Make sure they are the exact year and model.
I was just curious how these bad boys bump? They sound like they will be about perfect! Not super stiff or too soft
A shopper on Oct 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: They are great skis... a little weird (magne-traction) which can put some people out. They will be good stable sticks!
I want to mount the Salomon Guardian MNC on these skis would I have to go with the 115 size in order for the brake to fit or would the 100 work?
david h on Sep 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You should be able to get away with the 100. Might have to bend the brakes a bit, but should work.
Tim, have you skied the HP's? is there a big difference?
John S on Apr 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hey!
Sorry to delay you. I have not, but I spoke to our ski specialist, and he said that the only real difference is that the HP's will be a little stiffer (Basalt).,, nice if you are a maximum charger. Otherwise the HP's are a little 'greener.' Basically the are quite similar.
I'm 178lbs. and 6'1", should I get the 178 or 188?
John S on Apr 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi John,
Obviously there is a lot of personal preference here.... especially with experienced skiers. Lib Tech suggests that the 178cm length is a better option for you notably if you are looking at these Freeride Skis. I will leave this posted for opinions!
Are these the same as the Lib Tech NAS Freeride? or is there another model?
John S on Mar 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi John,

These are the 2015 Lib Tech NAS Freeride Skis - the model name is Freeride.
What is the difference between the Freeride and the Freeride HP? Even on Lib Tech's own website, I can't see any difference in the dimensions, the stiffness, the materials, or even the description.
Bruce H on Jan 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Lib Tech Freeride Skis 188 and the Lib Tech Freeride Skis 188 HP are identical except the HP (horsepower) uses a basalt rather than fiberglass- more environmental and has more dampening-for less chatter at higher speeds and icier conditions.
what is the difference between these and the Wreckcreates?
A shopper on Nov 20, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Freeride are wider than the Wreckcreate. Very similar construction with different side cuts.