The Carbon 120 Race is the lightest powder ski in the world. Our nanohybrid core eliminates weight while maintaining premium ski performance.
The ski is designed around the "LL rocker system" that gives you superb float in soft snow while maintaining maximum edge contact in firm snow.
Because of its construction and low weight, the ski is quick from edge to edge, fun and playful in softer snow, plus stable at high speeds and more adverse conditions. You will never again have to make compromises for weight on the climb and performance on the descent.
LL Rocker System -
LL stands for long and low. The ski features a low traditional camber under the foot. The convexity helps the ski hold an edge through hard-packed snow and deliver power to the edges while turning. The long and low rise of the tip allows the ski to float in fresh snow, as well as rise above any variable snow, while still maintaining edge contact, helping with control. The tip and tail rocker, combined with its lightweight, also improve the ease of short turns for maximum downhill dominance.
Lightning Core -
Our unique and tested Lightning Core is a wood-hybrid core specially developed for our Carbon Race Series skis. With every gram analyzed, the ski minimizes weight while still maintaining its downhill performance.
Carbon Torsion Box -
Wrapped around the core is a Formula 1 graded carbon fiber torsion box that keeps the ski lightweight while improving its overall strength and torsional rigidity. This technology helps you control the ski while it is on edge at any speed.
Carbon Rebound Sidewall -
The carbon sidewall helps give the ski added responsiveness and playfulness in all snow conditions. The angle of the sidewall helps deliver power to the edges during turn initiation and progression.
Sintered Graphite Race Base -
One of the highest quality construction that can be used, the base material allows for maximum speed and wax hold during your ski experience.
Snowphobic Topsheet -
Our special top sheet material is designed specifically to minimize ice and snow build up on the top sheet, minimizing uphill weight on your feet.