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      169 cm 1580 g 130 - 95 - 130 mm 14 m
      175 cm 1670 g 130 - 95 - 130 mm 15.5 m
      181 cm 1770 g 130 - 95 - 130 mm 16 m

      Majesty Vandal skis rocker profle color: black & white
      top sheet finish: matte, scuff resistant material
      skier ability: intermediate - advanced
      designed for: all-terrain freestyle
      design: hybrid: rocker/camber/rocker
      shape: symmetrical: true twin-tip
      flex: twin
      flex ratio: 5 (1=soft | 10=stiff)
      rocker type: 150 mm (tips & tails)
      construction: 4Radius sidecut, semi-cap sidewalls, triax + biax 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

      Customer Reviews

      Based on 1 review
      My go-to quiver ski for 5+ years now.

      I first purchased a pair of Majesty Vandals back in 2018, and have enjoyed them so much that I've since purchased two additional pairs. On average, I ride between 80 and 100 days per season, and like skiing a healthy mix of groomers, steeps, terrain park, and trees in a variety of conditions. I wanted something that would perform regardless of what I choose to ski on the day, and the Vandals do exactly that. The playful build guarantees me a day of fun even on the worst snow conditions.

      Each new model of the Vandals that I've owned have been progressively better than the last, and I am now riding the 2023 model, mounted 2cm rear of true centre, with a pair of pivot 18s. Safe to say that the latest recipe from Majesty is right on the money - I haven't skied anything that performs so well all over the park, but will absolutely crush any all-mountain terrain. Not to mention that they carve like a dream, and would give any directional carver a run for its money.

      The best comparison I could give to someone who hasn't ridden these skis is that they are most similar to the Armada ARVs (but better in my opinion), or like a more park-orientated bent chetler 100. I have faith these would quickly become the quiver-favourite for any prospective buyer.