Another pair of used skis from a club member who only skied on them 1x. She actually won them at our Lagunitas 2Hammers fundraiser night last fall. She had them mounted with brand new Atomic Z10 bindings and tried them out and found them too wide for her preference. We have sharpened the edges and given them a nice coat of wax and they are ready to ski. Made of Carbon Fiber these are super light, and at 103 under foot they are an all around ski that would do very well in the varied conditions of the PNW.
Retail on these skis was over $1000.00 without bindings. Bode Miller was so intrigued with Crosson's carbon fiber designs he is now working with them to design their next generation of skis right here in Seattle.
The foundation of any quiver is a versatile all-mountain ski, capable of dominating any terrain and snow condition the mountain throws at it; the Imperium does just that, dominate. With a versatile degree of camber underfoot and rocker at the tip, the Imperium is primed to edge, carve, float and charge through whatever it encounters. As with all Crosson skis, the Imperium’s carbon fiber construction provides exceptional strength and flex from tip to tail while maintaining a low swing-weight for maneuverability. You'll find yourself ripping high-speed groomer turns on one run and bouncing through the trees on the next. Two sheets of 2 natural rubber throughout the ski greatly dampen vibrations, which minimize fatigue, keeping you charging until the very last chair. Regardless of the snow report, you can toss the Imperium's over your shoulder and head to the hill with confidence, knowing you've got the right tool for the job. The ski might as well be named Quiver.
Dimensions: 138 / 103 / 124 mm
Radius: 20 M