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      Total
      Available Sizes [cm] 161 169 177 185
      Sidecut [mm]
      tip: 132 134 136 138
      waist: 100 101 103 105
      tail: 116 118 120 122
      radius [m] 15.5 17 19.6 22
      weight per ski [g] n/a 1790 1950 2130


      Tech Specs:
      Majesty Adventure XL Freeride Skis color: black/charcoal/white w/bronze accents
      top sheet finish matte, scuff resistant material
      skier ability: intermediate - advanced - expert
      designed for: freeride
      design: semi-hybrid: camber / front early taper rocker
      shape: directional
      flex: directional
      flex ratio: 8 (1=soft | 10=stiff)
      rocker type: 250 mm (tips)
      construction: semicap sidewalls, triax fiberglass
      wood core: poplar & ash core
      base: fast base IS7200
      extras: hard charging performance
      mounting drill bit: 3.6mm x 9mm


      Majesty Skis - Adventure XL - Construction

      Deep Dive:

      The Adventure XL is an extremely versatile all-terrain ski that successfully blurs the line between all-mountain and big-mountain freeride. It shares the shape and profile of the Supernova Carbon skis and when you ski them for the first time, you might say - this is what adventure skiing should feel like. The Adventure XL is extremely agile and overall very fun to ski. You will find them to be a total blast to maneuver while skiing tree runs and fresh snow. They are built to perform on hardpack and excel in powder. If you are craving agility and precision in a charging and very responsive ski that can plow through just about anything - the beefy 100-105 mm underfoot Adventure XLs were handmade just for you. Inspired by stubby surfboards, they were designed with a shorter tail which shifted the binding mounting point slightly toward the back of the skis. Skiing powder is like surfing on clouds and so this stubby inspired ski design resulted in very agile and quick turning skis that are easier to maneuver in variable terrain and speed. You can open them up on wide terrain and then tighten them down and easily maneuver tight couloirs or dense tree runs. You are welcome - enjoy!