Combining Front Rocker Form, in which the contact point is a little closer to the center, with Front Lead Function (F. L. F.), Front Float System ski disperses the pressure on top from snow resistance when turning, allowing a stable edge grip and skiing without being disturbed by a condition of a snow or a slope.
F.L.F. creates a deflection of a ski during edging easily, allowing easier and quicker downhill turn with a larger angle. The more edging you do, the longer the length between two contact points, allowing a grip and stability. Also, it is easy to control the speed of skiing with a larger area of edging. （PAT. No.3837716)
PPF makes a greater ski functionality in terms of rigidity by placing a sheet made by aluminum alloy in the core. It allows higher grip, and flexibility on the top and the tail of a ski. It also permits stable skiing by preventing deflection of a ski. PPF could be placed over or under the core.
This structure is the same structure as the sandwich structure except that both sides of a top sheet are slightly lowered. This is more sophisticated structure compared to sandwich structure in sense that it is more resistant to external shocks.
This structure is our original structure using both sandwich and cap structure. The center is made with cap structure, allowing higher torsion, and the shoulder and the tail are made with cap structure, allowing high flexibility. Also, “ABS side wall,” which absorbs impacts is used along the side of a ski. This structure is the mixture of three technologies that makes higher torsion, flexibility, and damping. (PAT. No. 2608528)