|Available Sizes [cm]||169||175||182||189|
|weight per ski [g]||1610||1720||1855||2010|
|color:||army green w/bronze accents|
|top sheet finish||matte, scuff resistant material|
|skier ability:||intermediate to expert - everyone loves the Bears!|
|designed for:||all-mountain freestyle
|design:||semi hybrid: front rocker/camber|
|flex ratio:||5 (1=soft | 10=stiff)|
|rocker type:||150 mm (tips & tails)|
|construction:||sandwich construction; triax and biax fiberglass laminate; freeride style fang-edges; ABS sidewalls add torsional rigidity; protective gum zones under the core help absorb impact of drops and landings.|
|wood core:||playful poplar & ash blend|
|base:||fast base IS7200|
|extras:||endless and unbridled fun!
|mounting drill bit:||3.6mm x 9mm|
PARK SKIING - WARRANTY DISCLAIMER:
Park and terrain obstacle skiing where the skis make contact with hard surfaces other than snow, will damage your skis eventually. How quickly the skis get damaged depends on many factors including the force of impact, speed, contact angle against park structures but also the weight, strength and skill of the skier to just name a few. When skis impact with force against rocks or other hard surfaces such as park structures, it is pure physics and materials science - the solid rock or metal structure will always win and the skis will get damaged. Therefore it is our warranty policy that when you choose to ski at parks, you agree to do so at your own risk and you knowingly accept the risk that you may damage or destroy your skis at any time - even on your first run. In summary: any physical impact damage, edge cracks, binding tear out, delamination damage etc. resulting from impacting your skis against any hard surface other than snow, automatically voids the manufacturer warranty.