These skis are shaped as precise freeride tools for aggressive skiers. But they are made very light, allowing you to effectively tour the largest terrain in Norway, mountains like Sunndalsfjella. The only compromise made, is the mass of the construction. EVI has for a while been able to make super light skis with great longitudinal and torsonal stiffness. However, mass (weight) itself is an important function on freeride skis. More mass gives more inertia, hence the heavier ski becomes more stable at speed. EVI's solution is simple and elegant: 800gr of Nocker power from the lid of your rucksack. With a sheet of absorbing rubber the 200 gram weights are simply screwed to inserts at the rocker transition points of the ski. Carrying the weight on your skis uphill, equals about five times the same weight in the pack (http://www.fjaderlatt.se/2009/11/weight-on-your-feet.html). These skis are slightly more challenging to ski than the Fundamentalisme, but aggressive and precise skiers will be rewarded with both more stable and speed friendly shape on the down, and less weight penalty on the up. The Sunndalfjella ski was designed in collaboration with the very experienced freerider and Sunndaling, Trygve Sande. The graphics shows a blacksmith from Sunndalen, and resembles the industrial Sunndalen merged with the handwork put into these skis.