Class Is Now In Session.
The Professor Has Arrived.
Sit down and take your seats. The Professor returns after a 5-year hiatus to show you how to handle powder in freestyle.
121mm underfoot floats through the depths of the mid-mountain, surfing between trees and bouncing off pillows. In addition to its stability in necessary high-speed conditions or no fall zones, a classic freestyle rocker profile provides ample comfort for spins or sketchy lines.
RMU athlete Benny Smith revisited the design during his deep backcountry segments, searching for a freestyle ski to aid his deep powder landings. We further tapered the tip and tail for nimble tree terrain and amplified a progressive flex pattern for reliable landings in deep conditions.
The prototypes were quickly grabbed up by big freeride athlete Mark Abma who found a smooth transition to pillow hopping madness in British Columbia backcountry both in style and landings. Incorporating a big mountain ski in the playful freestyle manner, while providing stability in the times it's needed most.
- Sidecut: 125mm-147mm-121mm-140mm-119mm
- Radius: 21m
- Nose rocker: 450mm
- Tip Rise: 75mm
- Camber length: 1050mm
- Tail Rocker: 385mm
- Tail Rise: 42mm
- Mount Point: -5cm
- Weight per pair at 188cm: 4350g
- Poplar Wood Core with Beech Mount Plate
It's versatility spreads from slashing powder pockets, bombing holes off cliffs, plowing through pillows, and spinning off features. Above all a freestyle dream for every fun-seeking athlete in a powder day size.