2023 PRE-ORDERS fulfillment estimate: end of October.
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      162 cm 1630 g 140 - 105 - 130 mm 16 m
      168 cm 1720 g 140 - 105 - 130 mm 17 m
      174 cm 1800 g 140 - 105 - 130 mm 18.5 m
      180 cm 1910 g 140 - 105 - 130 mm 20 m
      186 cm 2000 g 140 - 105 - 130 mm 21 m

      Majesty Skis Dirty Bear XL technical profile color: Tangerine & Black
      top sheet finish: matte, scuff resistant material
      skier ability: intermediate - expert
      designed for: all-mountain & backcountry freestyle
      design: hybrid: rocker/camber/rocker
      shape: directional twin tip
      flex: twin
      flex ratio: 7 (1=soft | 10=stiff)
      rocker type: 240 mm (tips)
      construction: semi-cap sidewalls, triax + biax fiberglass
      wood core: playful poplar & ash blend core
      base: fast base IS7200
      extras: 4Radius sidecut, 4Radius rocker (tip & tail)
      mounting drill bit: 3.6mm x 9mm

      Deep Dive:

      The Majesty Dirty Bear XL is our latest backcountry-freestyle twin tip ski built to deliver performance, stability and uncompromisingly playful skiing in variable snow and terrain. The all-new construction features a new, optimized rocker-camber-rocker line and our latest ski design technology - the 4x4 Concept i.e. the 4Radius rocker profile and 4Radius sidecut. This modern hybrid construction delivers a perfect combo of float in fresh snow, snappy suspension with enhanced control and stability in turns.

      The 4Radius sidecut makes turning easier, giving more confidence, stability and control on all types of terrain. The 4Radius rocker tip reduces drag and enhances control. Our Dirty Bear XL skis are built to be lively in powder and shock-absorbing in rough or packed snow terrain. The semi-cap sidewalls provide enhanced topsheet durability and scuff resistance. At 105mm underfoot and 140mm shovel this is a very versatile and stable platform for all mountain and off-piste freestyle skiing. The look and feel are designed to last and you are going to be proud to own these skis.


      It is our warranty policy that when you choose to ski at terrain 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. Any physical impact damage, edge cracks, binding tear out, delamination damage etc. resulting from impacting your skis against any surface other than snow, automatically voids the manufacturer warranty