This ski is a great all-rounder and aimed primarily for beginners and intermediate levels who mostly ski on piste. It can cope perfectly well in powder and off-piste to the level and depth that intermediates would use it for. It is easy to turn and yet is very strong to give you the re-assurance of good support when skiing.
This is a more advanced ski than the Mid-Mountain and so advisable for good intermediates and advanced skiers. It is suitable for any kind of snow and will enable you to perform carving turns easily on the piste as well as provide good strength and flexibility off-piste.
At 196cm in length this is the speed ski in the range. If you're more concerned about getting down the slope as quickly as you can than shaping beautiful carving turns then this is the one for you. It is equally good on and off-piste but don't think about doing a slalom on it because you'll be past the next gate before you've had chance to turn.
This is for advanced skiers only who like skiing deep deep powder. It is one of the widest skis on the market and shaped specifically to keep your skis high enough to be able to turn. If you're into flying up in a helicopter to ski virgin powder fields then the Monstre Fat is the ski you want.
This is a ski for intermediate and advanced skiers who like nothing better than to get up early, go high and enjoy the powder, whatever the ski conditions. It is designed to keep you on top of the snow and turn easily giving you the stylish look that you want when skiing powder.
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This is an easy to use touring ski, for climbing uphill and downhill. It's shape has been specially designed to give you good solid climbing support as well as easy to ski downhill, both on and off-piste. It is extremely robust and is well known as one of the best touring skis available.