This is "all-mountain", unchained. The all-new POWERTRACK 89 introduces a new era of all-mountain performance for expert skiers. Combining the best elements of modern freeride and all-mountain ski design, this breakthrough new one-ski-quiver provides a huge sweet spot, keeping you firmly balanced in the driver's seat across all terrain and snow conditions. Moderate tip and tail rocker provides effortless balance, float, and control through variable snow, while traditional camber underfoot retains the power, energy, and edge grip for solid hard-snow performance. A progressive five-point sidecut allows for powerful carved turns that engage quickly and release with ease in any snow condition, providing the consistent yet playful versatility and control that sets a new all-mountain standard. Equal parts power and playfulness, maneuverability and control, Powertrack delivers the well-rounded, freeride-inspired performance to make the entire mountain your playground.
60% Off-Trail/ 40% On-Trail
Rec. Binding: SPX 12 B90
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A unique design for all-mountain skis, the powertrack profile is inspired by the 5-point sidecut of the Levitation Profile together with a tip and tail rocker. The skis deliver top performance on piste as well as being incredibly easy to handle off piste.
The heart of the ski consists of a wood core together with fiberglass. This gives the ski enormous fluidity and responsiveness. The absence of metal sheets reduces the weight significantly.
Traditional sandwich technology with wood core and two titanal layers that provide excellent stability in carving and greatly reduce torsional effects. The power is provided by two layers of fibreglass whose basic weight varies depending on the model and the desired skiability. The double melamine/phenol sidewalls ensure flexibility and power according to the skier's needs in the different phases of the turn.
Sandwich construction with full-length straight sidewalls, for maximum precision and performance.
A rocker that's very progressive in the tip, with limited length and height, and even less pronounced in the tail. This ski pivots more easily but retains all its grip and carving performance. The rocker also improves tip flotation on varied terrain and powder, making it a decisive plus for All Mountain skiing.