The ferox was born from the need to offer a bi-tip, double rocker and powder-type touring ski that remains effective on the edge. The objective is therefore powder snow and the feeling of floating on the snow, but the soul remains alpine to adapt to all the conditions encountered while hiking. Equipped with a rear spatula and a double rocker, it is a ski which offers very good sensations in powder snow with its lift-off and its immediate pivot, but which maintains a good footing on hard snow thanks to progressive sidecuts . To optimize its weight (3600g in 181cm), the ferox has been designed on a 3D shape drawn in H which hollows out the upper part of the ski and allows it to be lightened without altering its solidity thanks to a carbon reinforcement marrying this 3D shape. The core has also been lightened with a blend of paulownia, poplar and, for the first time in black crows.
|Best Use||Alpine Touring||Tip/Waist/Tail (mm)||136/110/126 @181cm||Tail Shape||Flared|
|Rocker Profile||Rocker/Camber/Rocker||Skill Level||Expert||Turn Radius (m)||20m @181cm|
|Construction||Semi Cap and Spatula Cap, ABS Sidewalls||Core||Isocore Paulownia, Poplar Fiberglass||Manufacturer's Flex Rating||7/10|
|Binding||*Bindings are not included||Other Features||3D Carbon Construction Designed in an H Shape, Hollowed Out in the Middle + 2 Poplar Strips Under the Bindings|