The Bash with 86 mm underfoot is the ideal ski for creative park and urban riders. The tip and tail rocker offers a smooth feeling for jibs, rails and boxes. A full sidewall, P-Tex 3000 base and a multilayer wood core complete the overall setup.
An urban/park ski for intermediate riders - From rails, jumps and jibs in the park to handrails at the street spot. This ski is playful and very robust, perfect for rough spots and rails.
This ski comes with a directional twin shape, the nose is a few millimetres wider than the tail with a central binding position. Thus, the ski offers the same riding characteristics forward and switch. However, due to the slightly wider nose, you get a bit more float in the soft snow.
This ski comes with a classic camber under the binding and an even rocker in nose and tail. This profile is perfect for any terrain. Precision and pop for park and groomers, good float in soft snow. The rocker in the nose and tail also creates a catch-free, loose feeling.
The multi-layer wood core is made of beech and poplar for an extremely durable core. Consisting of hardwood in the binding area and lighter wood around it. The P-Tex 3000 base is a sintered high molecular polyethene base with great gliding characteristics and high durability.
The Marker Squire 11 ID - a reliable beginner freeski binding of the best quality
The Marker Squire binding has proven itself over the years and offers top performance from park to freeride. Featuring technologies such as a gliding stainless steel anti-friction device, the Triple Pivot Light Toe and the Hollow Linkage Heel, you can be sure that the Squire delivers on reliability. What surprises is the power transmission of the binding, despite their lighter weight the bindings can drive even wider skis.
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