Riding the lightest park ski on the planet isn't just about stealing an advantage against the competition. Eliminating swing-weight with HEXO2 Technology means Cartel team rider McRae Williams has complete control through every trick in his precision slopestyle runs. And, such a light and lively ski inspires creativity too, Noah and Luka swear-by the Syntax when filming edits and video parts. Full length traditional camber, a poppy flex and responsive 86mm waists give the Syntax a reactive and precise, slopestyle focused feel, but it has a playful side too. The Cartel team loves the well-defined butter point in the Syntax's flex, a dream for below-the-lip halfpipe butters, rail trick combinations or getting airborne from snappy hand-drags. The Syntax is completed with a practically frictionless, race grade 7.2K sintered base, a must-have for reliable glide on all snow conditions.
Burly man-camber, designed for maximum edge hold and explosive pop. Pop Camber is best suited to high-end shreds where performance is paramount. It’s hard work to ride well, but being slingshot out of carves and launched high above the coping is all the reward you’ll ever need.
Spin to win with effortless style. Amplid’s HEXO2 core replaces specific areas of weightier wood at the tips with featherlight recycled paper honeycomb, practically eliminating swing weight,
Hex Mat is a prepreg biax glass with exactly the right amount of epoxy between the fibers. If left at room temperature this material will set, so it is delivered to our factory in freezer trucks and stored at 20 degrees centrigrade below zero.
Extra short tips with a tight kick radius permit the maximum possible effective edge for extra grip on hard snow conditions. Not for powder.
A premium sintered plastic which readily absorbs wax and will out-run your riding buddies’ bases without breaking a sweat. You better get used to waiting.