We Caught up with Mike Wilson at the Buckle up Big Air Event at Sierra at Tahoe, he rips it up an the NAS ski from lib Tech, Mervin manufacturing.
Lib Technologies NAS Freeride Alpine Ski is a great fatty ski for powder and ATV riding! With a 98mm-103mm underfoot (depends on length) you will definitely be able to float in the powder. These skis have a sick design and they are a twintip ski so you will not have a problem landing switch off of a huge cliff in the powder.
The Park Series skis are all sold as singles $300.00 for the right ski and $300.00 for the left ski, to further show how crazy Mike Olsen is, compared to his competitors. Three different top sheets are available and, like the other skis from Lib Tech, the Park Series incorporates the company’s signature Magne-Traction technology, which puts seven serrations in each edge, effectively looking like wiggles. These serration, each with a specific purpose, create a more catch-free tip and tail and better control for jumps and tricks.
The Freeride Series skis are also sold as singles with various top sheets and feature the Magne-Traction technology. it’s wider under foot and longer in lengths the the park, the Magne-Traction technology edges help the ski hold on ice and give more stability for steeps and big-mountain adventures.
Mike Wilson, Jamie Pierre and the Lib Tech ExperiMENTAL division are proud to introduce the reCurve Magne-Traction, camber/rocker combination. reCurve NAS are designed to give you the float of rocker in the pow and crud and liveliness and performance edge hold of camber on hardpack and ice. The rockered tips pre initiate turns and integrate smoothly into the cambered body of the ski as it is pressed out into an arc during a turn. Shorter contact increases edgehold. The reCURVE rides short and agile on hardpack and floats long and easy in pow and crud.