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Radar Butterknife with Prime Binding & ARTP 2017

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WHAT YOU’LL FEEL: One of the most difficult parts about learning to efficiently turn a ski is understanding how to roll the ski’s edge into higher angle. The higher the...
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WHAT YOU’LL FEEL: One of the most difficult parts about learning to efficiently turn a ski is understanding how to roll the ski’s edge into higher angle. The higher the edge angle, the easier and quicker the ski will turn. With Butterknife, the sidecut and surface area were formed for stability and an easier roll into a higher edge. Turns are automatic and buoyancy is at a maximum with the largest surface area in its class. Effortless ups, light line tension and low spray. The easiest ski you’ve ever ridden. Now with All Terrain Core and a 100% carbon build!

KEY FEATURES: • All-Terrain Core • 100% Carbon Laminates • Recommended max speed 30mph • RST (Radiused Stability Turn) Tail Shape • Bent Vee fin

 

PRIME BOOT The Prime was designed with a lower cuff height and softer tongue for ease of entry and greater mobility. Being a member of the Feather Frame family, it offers greater performance than any other entry-level boot and is darn sure more comfortable. The only thing it’s missing is a hefty price tag..
 
KEY FEATURES: • Symmetrical Fit • PVC Free Construction • Feather Frame Chassis • Lower cuff height for the perfect amount of comfort and control • Symmetrical Fit • Double lacing system for a dialed fit • Soft density footbed keeps your feet happy all day• PVC free construction

 

ARTP: Built to fit any size foot, not only is this design our most Adjustable Rear Toe ever made, it also offers the perfect blend of freedom, comfort, support and high-end performance. Top side laces give you “set it and forget it” ease of use.

Key Features

– One size fits all – Most Adjustable Rear Toe – Independent floating tongue design. – Lace closure offers the perfect custom fit – Contoured footed delivers both traction and support.