Zenoxide Carbon 93 and Diamir Vipec binding
Now armed with lighter and tougher full carbon construction, this backcountry weapon is even better primed for long days and lofty goals. At 93mm underfoot, this ski nails that all-mountain shape that so many ski guides and backcountry travellers love. Take it as far as you can, it’s ready and begging to be skied.
The Diamir Vipec 12 bindings are equipped with an exclusive defined lateral release in the front unit. The active release system holds the boot in place, similar to Alpine bindings. Unlike the systems
that only clamp the boot in, the Diamir Vipec 12 is adjustable to different types of ski boots with precision and custom-fit. As a result, customers are not limited in their choice of ski boots.
G3 Tonic and Diamir Freeride Pro binding
A huge hit since the moment it was introduced, the Tonic’s magic dimensions combine beautifully with G3’s JoyRide package. The Tonic floats effortlessly in powder due to its early tip rise and reduced camber underfoot. It also turns easily and predictably. The low mass tip makes the ski balanced fore and aft and a dual density sidewall means the high speed jitters and nervousness of other skis in variable snow conditions is a thing of the past. If you like to sit back, relax and let your skis do the work, take a big draught of this Tonic.
The Diamir Freeride Pro honors a promise, which is made possible with the new skis. Their power transmission is superior on wide skis, and they appeal with luxurious walking comfort at the same time. As a result, going uphill is not an obstacle in finding the perfect run.
2013 Voile Artisan Splitboard
Ditch the resort this season with the 2013 Voile Artisan Splitboard. At less than the price of a season-long pass at the mountain, the board is an incredible contender. It is easy to haul around, is quick to switch from touring to regular riding, and actually rides just like any other snowboard in your arsenal.