|Available Sizes [cm]||160||165||169||175||181|
|weight per ski [g]||1390||1480||1535||1620||1860|
|color:||cyber yellow, amber and bronze accents|
|top sheet finish||matte, scuff resistant material|
|skier ability:||intermediate - advanced|
|designed for:||all-terrain freestyle
|shape:||symmetrical: true twin-tip|
|flex ratio:||5 (1=soft | 10=stiff)|
|rocker type:||150 mm (tips & tails)|
|construction:||sandwich construction, 90 degree sidewalls, triax fiberglass, protective gum zones under the core|
|wood core:||playful poplar & ash blend core|
|base:||fast base IS7200|
|extras:||endless and unbridled fun!
|mounting drill bit:||3.6mm x 9mm|
Born as park skis but influenced throughout the years by a desire to conquer the rest of the mountain, the Vandal 3.0 skis offer a true freestyle experience - shaped and flexed with 100% symmetry. The full sandwich construction provides 90 degree sidewalls, triaxial fiberglass laminate and protective gum zones under the core that help absorb impact of big air landings. The hybrid design of the Majesty Vandal skis gives you a symmetrical twin shape with tip rocker, camber, tail rocker and classically curled up tips & tails that help you avoid tip catches on switch takeoffs. The top sheet has been finished with scratch resistant material that gives a classy matte look and finish that helps reduce cosmetic damage. The Vandal was built as an all-around, all-terrain twin tip that gives you the opportunity to explore the entire mountain without the need to switch gear. Whether you like to rip down groomers, ski the trees and along the way catch big air in the half-pipe or slide down a rail in the park, the Vandal's versatility is just what the doctor ordered. The Vandal 3.0 is a 92mm underfoot, true twin tip with a deep side-cut that provides agile and versatile skis that can be enjoyed by skiers of all levels. The camber construction is full of pop and supports great edge-hold on hard pack snow, improves control in turns and cushions the impact of flat landings. The rocker tips improve float ability in fresh snow and provide effortless all-terrain rides when slaying deeper snow and tree lines.
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. Please review our warranty policy but 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.