The Supernovas change the common perception of freetour, freeride and all-mountain skiing. Both versions are extremely versatile, precise, responsive and they hit all the marks as stand out performers, from shrilling hardpack to floating through powder. Both versions literally ski everything but they are highly specialized tools. Here, we’ll focus on the main differences between the two versions:
Supernova LTD are extremely versatile skis that successfully blur the line between freeride and all-mountain skiing. These skis ski everything.
Powder Magazine (US)
NTN Magazine (Poland)
Built for advanced skiers who crave backcountry adventures and the challenge of skinning up and skiing down the highest and most distant mountains. This product is destined for freetouring and touring and it should be mounted with high-end, light weight, Alpine-Touring bindings such as the Majesty/ATK Raider 12 2.0.
Supernova SL are Super-Light skis that successfully blur the line between freetouring and freeride.
Ski Rando Magazine (France)
Freeride Testival (Austria/Germany)
Backcountry Magazine (US)