Used on our core and womens models, digital printing provides greater flexibility for designing complex graphics and requires no setup process, however the colours are not as bright or strong as the silkscreen method.
Paulownia is a very light hardwood that is stable and easy to machine. Cores made with this material are lighter than Balsa/Flax cores, but are more expensive and require a lamination layer such as carbon-fibre to improve responsiveness.
STP Technology is a patent-pending process used to press a small wave into the length of the ski. This creates a ‘pre-stressed’ core with increased torsional strength, letting us use less wood to create lighter, more forgiving skis with above-average edge-grip. For 14/15, we have developed a variation of the technique that provides a perfectly flat base.
Tip rocker and either traditional or flat camber underfoot aids float off-piste yet retains feel on-piste.
The Agent 90w and Agent 100w are built for us women who enjoy the up as much as the down. The lightweight paulownia and carbon cores fly up the ascent, whilst traditional camber, solid sidecut and rockered tip ensure that arcing turns and powder-filled descents are just as rewarding. The women’s Agent is available in two widths; a 90mm waist for more piste-orientated skiers and 100mm waist for those who love to go in the side country.