Review not available. Check back soon. Notes: The Envy All-Mountain uses classic camber, a standard 85-millimeter waist, and a female-friendly flex pattern for predictable performance from the park to the piste. Thanks to a bamboo core, the Envy All-Mountain is also a lightweight sk
Designed for the deepest of deep days, the Mutant comes in at 149-millimeters and only in a 192-centimeter length. Complete with early taper and rocker in the tips and tails and a bamboo core, the Mutant is also much more nimble than its size implies.
Liberty's newest ski, the Variant, features a 113-millimeter waist, flat tail, and a stiff flex for the traditional charger. Thanks to a rockered tip, the Variant can ski deeper snow, or be used for touring.
One of our Eastern testers hopped on the Double Helix for his first run. The night before, a storm had dropped eight inches of fresh on top of frozen spring corn. He bombed off the groomer into powder-covered, granite-hard bumps and thanked the forgiving DH for saving his ass. Along with other testers, he noted that this nimble, smeary board cruised comfortably everywhere. Its no-think skiability extends across all terrain and conditions.
With a rockered tip, camber underfoot, and a standard twin-tip tail make the Helix a solid contender for a Western daily driver or an Eastern powder sk It's 105-millimeter waist is just wide enough for stability in all conditions without being overkill on less-than deep days.
A fully rockered park ski, the Antigen is designed for catch-free jibbing on or off the hill. Thanks to an 89-millimeter waist, it has just enough girth to shred soft snow without sacrificing swing weight or agility. A symmetrical sidecut means it skis switch as well as it does forward too.