Elliptical Rocker Technology (ERT) is based on the radius of an ellipse rather then a standard circle radius. This means the ER arches up over a much longer section of the ski than in the case of a standard rocker. The new long rockered tip supports smooth powder ride without the effect of “riding up” the snow or terrain unevenness while pushing away the top layer of snow at the same time. Available in: Werewolf, Vixen, Destroyer, Superior, Velvet, Rock’n’Rolla
Werewolf is our new freetouring ski – extremely light, with its achieved flex and torsion corresponding with standard freeride skis when it comes to mounting light touring bindings. They also strike with their design simplicity and true elegance. We have designed Werewolf skis using the best components, like carbon and carbon-kevlar fibres.
This allowed us to build light skis, which support dynamic responsiveness and riding stability even in the sketchiest weather conditions. Thanks to shifting the widest point of the ski, the ski’s sidecut is reduced – this allows for better edge grip while traversing (and means you can now stand on the entire ski while going up the slope, rather than on ski’s tips and tails as it is in the case of most touring skis). This stable support is extremely important especially in a very diverse terrain. Additionally, the tip rocker guarantees very comfortable powder riding, and the under-the-boot section of the ski can be effectively used in almost all snow conditions, regardless of the time of the season. Werewolf tails have also an extra feature – a solution most welcome by spring touring enthusiasts, who constantly ski in heavy snow. The tails are straight, but slightly arched up over a short segment of the ski. This allows to release the edge grip and slide down the slop in a controlled manner when needed.
The textolite plate allows for mounting a range of freetouring bindings produced by different binding manufacturers.