A true powder ski, constructed for diverse and difficult terrain. The Dual Hollowtech cutouts and Early Rise Rocker technology found in the BMX 108 deliver enormous stability in powder.
The running surface of the BMX 108 is about 64% longer in comparison with a classic on piste ski. The combination of reduced weight with a broader waist cut guarantee the optimum uplift in powder. The wider radius in the shovel of the Dual Radius Big Mountain shape delivers exceptional stability and forgiving running characteristics. The front radius exits the running track before the contact point, merging the shovel geometry in a straight line. The Low Camber concept minimizes deep powder aggressiveness and provides a harmonious flex line in combination with Early Rise Rocker. The ski has been reduced to a minimum of 5 mm, enabling greater manueverability. The Early Rise Rocker technology improves the uplift and enables a smoother handling under diverse snow conditions. The slight rise of the shovel in front of the traditional contact point enables better floating. For the BMX108 the Early Rise Rocker design starts at 360 mm. This indicates the length of the Early Rise Rocker zone, measured from the tip of the ski in the direction of the waist.
The core of this ski has been constructed from poplar (0.4 kg/dm³) and beech (0.8 kg/dm³). This enables a very low weight of the ski. The core has been bonded with an adhesive block binder, in comparison with sheet binding, allowing further weight reduction through the reduction of binder components.
Due to the fact that torsional rigidity may be reduced in deep powder snow, both sheets are made of fiberglass plastic (GRP). Additionally this ski is equipped with extremely impact resistant ABS sidewalls. A further reduction in weight has been achieved with the HOLLOWTECH technology that is not only applied in the shovel zone but also in the tail zone of the BMX108.
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Lengths: 168, 178, 188, 195 cm
23.5 m (168 cm)
26 m (178 cm)
32 m (188 cm)
35 m (195 cm)
Weight 2050 g/ski (178 cm)