The combination of a snappy camber profile, a forgiving flex and a nice lightweight make the Majesty Local Beauty perfect for shredding the park and the whole mountain. The poplar & ash wood core and the classic camber profile deliver twin tip freestyle skis with increased edge-hold for enhanced downhill carving ability, great stability and control.
All-mountain/park ski for intermediate level skiers. This ski comes with all the features you need as an ambitious park rider. The directional twin tip shape makes this ski also very versatile, perfect for freestyle riding anywhere on the whole mountain.
This ski comes with a directional twin tip shape, the nose is a few millimetres wider than the tail with a central binding position. Thus, the ski offers great riding characteristics forward and switch. However, due to the slightly wider nose, you get a bit more float in the soft snow.
The classic camber profile consists of only one positive preload from tip to tail. This profile offers high stability, good edge control and a lot of pop. However, skis with a camber profile are not very forgiving and may catch an edge more easily.
The soft/medium flex of this ski provides you with a playful and forgiving feel while giving you enough stability for a controlled ride.
This ski does not come with bindings. We recommend a pair of bindings with a brake from 5 up to 10 mm wider than this ski. Please feel free to contact our customer service if you have a question about binding compatibility.
If you buy skis and bindings together we can mount them for you free of charge. For further information check our FAQs.
Please note that adult bindings cannot be combined with kids skis (and vice versa).
Born in Europe, raised in the States, Majesty Skis focus on creating a fusion of art, design, engineering and sports. Keeping an eye on the environment and doing more than just everyday recycling, Majesty have set up the Skis4Trees program. For every pair of Majesty skis sold worldwide, they plant a tree. A great initiative that we hope more companies get on board with in the next few years.