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Ultralight + Responsive + Agile + Technical
Introduced for the 2020/21 season, The Superwolf Carbon is our ultra-lightweight carbon touring ski in the versatile 91mm middle-width category. The Superwolf Carbon is a specialized technical ski designed for advanced touring and ski-mountaineering. It offers ultra-lightweight progressive performance making long ascents feel shorter while delivering unsurpassed control and predictability to help you ski with full confidence. It is constructed to excel at dynamic responsiveness and agility in highly variable terrain and snow conditions. It offers a rarely seen in this weight class superb downhill performance and stability. Constructed with all premium materials the Superwolf was engineered for ultra-lightweight performance that is essential for tackling technical climbs, demanding traverses and long-distance skinning. The Superwolf utilizes nearly the entire length of the contact edge which enhances grip, control and drive into the turns. The shape and profile of the camber suspension delivers agility and responsiveness, and overall great power transmission and smooth edge-to-edge ride.
The Superwolf Carbon technical spec is packed with modern ski engineering and material innovations. The most notable features are the early taper rocker tips, camber suspension, flat and minimally tapered tails, skin mounting heels, semi-cap top sheet construction, full biaxial carbon fiber top sheet layup, carbon-aramid fibers and ultralight paulownia wood core. Finished with scuff resistant top sheet and retro-tech 1980s style neon graphics featuring advanced carbon fiber design features that altogether deliver a clean, technical look and feel.
- Recommended binding: Majesty/ATK R12 91mm or equivalent
- Recommended Crampon size: ATK 97mm
Detailed ski test and review of the non-carbon Superwolf by BLISTER REVIEWS
color: black with accents in white, blue/green, carbon fiber
top sheet finish: matte, scuff resistant material
skier ability: advanced - expert
designed for: touring / ski-mountaineering
construction: semi-cap, semi-hybrid (camber / front early taper rocker)
flex ratio: 7 (1=soft | 10=stiff)
rocker type: 250 mm (tips)
fiberglass: triax, full carbon / aramid Kevlar fiber construction
wood core: ultralight paulownia core
base: fast base IS7200
extras: skin mounting heels
mounting drill bit: 3.6mm x 9mm
Touring is about weight conscious approach, all-around performance and high-quality skiing in diverse terrain. As most ski touring experts might point out, superlight carbon skis in this weight class have not always excelled as downhill performers. At Majesty Skis we made it our priority to completely redefine this old-school perception. The Majesty Skis ultralight touring skis range is engineered for efficient uphill as well as extreme stability, agility, responsiveness and all-around downhill performance. When you first pick up our carbon touring skis you will be amazed by how extremely light they feel. When you take them out on the snow for the first time you will be impressed by their directional flex, torsional rigidity and impressive downhill performance.
CARBON = FLEX + SPRING + RESPONSIVENESS
The Carbon construction is our lightest and most exclusive construction that uses the lightest biaxial carbon fiber material. Why biaxial carbon? By customizing carbon fiber orientation between 0°, 30° and 45°, we can control, optimize and add flex without compromising stiffness or responsiveness. In general terms, carbon skis offer more feel, more responsiveness and more flex than conventional fiberglass skis.
Majesty's Skis4Trees program is our environmental sustainability pledge meant to offset a portion of the carbon footprint that is created by ski manufacturing and supply chain. It is important to us to continually improve the way we act in our natural environment and we chose to plant a tree for every pair of skis we sell. For more information on Skis4Trees please click HERE.