|Available Sizes [cm]||161||169||177||185|
|weight per ski [g]||1300||1400||1540||1620|
|color:||black; accents in white, magenta/orange, carbon fiber|
|top sheet finish||matte, scuff resistant material|
|skier ability:||advanced - expert|
|design:||semi-hybrid: camber / front early taper rocker|
|flex ratio:||7 (1=soft | 10=stiff)|
|rocker type:||250 mm (tips)|
|construction:||semicap sidewalls, triax fiberglass with aramid-carbon fibers, full carbon fiber fabric layup over the core|
|wood core:||ultralight paulownia core|
|base:||fast base IS7200|
|extras:||skin clip heels, Textolite composite plates in the binding zone|
|mounting drill bit:||3.6mm x 9mm|
Advanced touring ski built for expert skiers and mountain professionals. The Cut Off Tail (COT) was developed to let you comfortably and safely use shorter and lighter skis with the confidence of a bigger and heavier ski. With the shorter ski concept you'll be more agile on the skin track to reach your goals faster. You'll be able to maneuver with more agility down tight couloirs and in trees. For someone who is used to touring on 170-177 cm length classic stance skis, we recommend the Supernova in 169cm. For skiers used to 178-185, we recommend 177cm and for everyone who skis 186 cm and above, the 185cm is the correct length. We know this may sound weird but disrupting the old school mantra of long, close to center mounted touring skis was our goal when designing the Supernova concept. The end result are shorter but much more versatile and yet still extremely stable, lightweight carbon skis that don't compromise any downhill performance when compared to your classic design touring skis.
In the last few seasons since we launched the Supernova Carbon skis, they have been recognized by several industry awards both in the E.U. and the U.S. including the Backcountry Magazine's 2019 Gear Guide Tester's Choice award.