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102mm dedicated to adventure.
Striking a balance between fatness and skiability, with alpine style and front progressive rocker – the navis freebird is shaped for both far-off quests and everyday missions.
They provide a brilliant balance between weight and performance which means i am confident on anything from the steepest lines to touring for fast powder or spring corn. the 102 waist is wide enough in the powder while still feeling stable on firmer snow. i am particularly impressed that this same pair of skis has given me around 200 days of fun. Ross Hewitt

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nitty gritty

  • Weight: 3350/pair @179.4
  • nice width: 102mm waist.
  • front progressive rocker and lightly tapered sidecut: good carving stability.
  • long classic camber: classic camber underfoot with extensive ski/snow contact for alpine-style turns.
  • progressive tail: less tail washout and easier pivot initiation.
radius(in meters): 19 m
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width(in millimeters): 102 mm
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profile: beak and a half: progressive rocker in the tip, camber underfoot, light tail rocker
tip rocker
mounting point
contact length
tail rocker
21%
- 12.5 cm
67%
12%
The navis freebird is for you if
you consider skiing an alpine circus.

size details

155-160cm | 5'0" - 5'2"
Relaxed: - , Agressive: -
160-165cm | 5'2" - 5'4"
Relaxed: - , Agressive: -
165-170cm | 5'4" - 5'6"
Relaxed: 169cm , Agressive: 169cm
170-175cm | 5'6" - 5'7"
Relaxed: 169cm, Agressive: 179cm
175-180cm | 5'7" - 5'9"
Relaxed: 169cm, Agressive: 179cm
180-185cm | 5'9" - 6'0"
Relaxed: 179cm, Agressive: 185cm
185-190cm | 6'0" - 6'2"
Relaxed: 179cm or 185cm, Agressive: 185cm
190-195cm | 6'2" - 6'4"
Relaxed: 185cm, Agressive: 185cm
tip
13.7 cm
waist
10.2 cm
tail
12.2 cm
radius
19 m
tip
13.3 cm
waist
10.2 cm
tail
11.8 cm
radius
19 m
tip
13.1 cm
waist
10.2 cm
tail
11.6 cm
radius
19 m

awards

  • If there is something the navis freebird can’t do, we couldn’t find it. Backcountry Magazine editors choice 2018

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