The Amplid Infraglass is decked with a timeless, black topsheet. Together with a large rockered area in tip and tail it’s quite an attractive mixture. However, a lot of power is needed to place the Infraglass on its edge on hard pistes. In mixed snow conditions, plenty of speed helps with making a cleaner turn shape. Bumpy terrain is ironed-out by the Infraglass.
In powder, the successor of the Infrablack is much more easy-going. With its particularly soft shovel, the Infraglass always floats above the surface, stability and control are included. Fast direction changes are no problem. The Infraglass is certainly not an everyday ski, but as a second ski for the deep days it’s a top choice.
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