A new breed of high-energy, big mountain powder specialist, the Megawatt will take your soft snow performance to a totally new level.
- Long rocker tip, wide and zero camber for an aggressive, high-octane powder specialty ski
- New Internal Wall Core Technology for increased pop and stability
- CNC-machined poplar and birch core wrapped in Torsion Box construction
- Formula One Technology with integrated 3D dampening
- New stiffer tip and optimized fiberglass layup
- Standard underfoot sidecut for solid turns when the powder disappears
- Weight Per Pair : 4.8 kg, 10 lb 10 oz (188 cm, estimated)
- Materials : 3D CNC birch and poplar core, 3D damping, high-speed sintered bases, MicroGlass laminates
- Construction : Formula One Tech, Double Torsion Box, Internal Wall Core Technology, Power Edge
Length Dimensions Turn Radius 178cm 147-120-126 38.0 m 188cm 153-125-130 42.0 m
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Customer Reviews 2 item(s)
Update to review above, a year later, moved mount point forward 2CM
Updating the review, halfway through a second season, I was skiing new 165cm BD Amps everyday and the 178cm Megawatts gathered dust, until I moved the mount point forward 2 CM from original 2010 BD recommended alpine mid-boot at 748mm. In 2011 BD, changed the Megawatt ski flex and geometry slightly, and changed the Read More...
Update to review above, a year later, moved mount point forward 2CMUpdating the review, halfway through a second season, I was skiing new 165cm BD Amps everyday and the 178cm Megawatts gathered dust, until I moved the mount point forward 2 CM from original 2010 BD recommended alpine mid-boot at 748mm. In 2011 BD, changed the Megawatt ski flex and geometry slightly, and changed the recommended alpine mid-boot for 178cm at 765mm, and also added some recommendations for "forward mounting" the Megawatts "If you’re using it as an everyday ski and want to arc on hard pack, mount at +2.5 cm." After doing this, my 178cm Megawatts are once again my everyday first choice over other great skis in my quiver..
great in powder, soft bumps and trees - not so much groomers
first 2 runs on the groomers, I thought I'd paid a grand for skis I couldn't turn - not a ski for inbounds groomers on man-made hard snow. But the 2010 178s ski like a 155, turn great in any soft snow, powder or mashed potatoes, and pretty quick in tight trees and soft bumps, but especially in deep, new snow. More versatile than I thought - not just powder-specific.
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