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The mountain is your filet mignon, and the Lib Technologies Wreckreate 115 Ski is your steak knife—get ready for the tastiness. Whether you're floating on champagne powder, blasting through Cascade cement, or testing the land speed record on boilerplate, Lib Tech's Magne-Traction serrated edge technology increases edge hold, reduces fatigue, and just makes skiing more fun. The light and lively wood core is composed of sustainably harvested wood and is beefed up with fiberglass and an eco-friendly Bio Beans topsheet, creating a damp, tough, and energetic ride. Best of all, these planks are handmade in the Pacific Northwest. Add impact absorbing tips and tails, plus a low swing weight, and you'll be sinking your teeth into every big-mountain jib line you can dream up.
- A rowdy and revolutionary all-mountain wrecking ball
- 115 waist width floats in fluff and bites into hardpack
- Generous shovel and tail widths create a surfy feel
- Traditional camber underfoot with rockered tip and tail
- Light and lively wood core with burly fiberglass reinforcement
- UHMW sidewalls with Magne-Traction serrated edges
- Handmade in the Pacific Northwest using eco-friendly practices
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I was blown away by these skis and i wanted to share some of what I learned by testing these skis for anyone who is curious about the Wreckcreate and how it preforms. I took these skis out on a bluebird day with side stashes of powder and I was excited with what i found.
- The Magne-Traction edges really do look like a steak knife and Lib Tech has dialed this technology. The skis feel loose and playful when your flat on the bases but when a turn is initiated the edges allow the rider to pick lazy wider turn shapes or tighter deeper carves which is really fun. I was most impressed by this aspect of the ski and it would work well for anyone who is skiing more coastal mountains with variable icy to pow conditions.
- The tip and tail are not tapered which allow the rider to use the entire length of the ski for powder planing and jib skiing. The softer tip and stiffer, slightly flatter tail saved my bacon in backseat landings and variable snow. The unique rounded to blunted/flattened tip and tail make it easy to attach skins with an added bonus of spraying powder snow differently then rounded tip shapes.
- The profile of this ski is an all mountain oriented rocker in the tip and tail with camber underfoot. Its plenty stable for most conditions with the added bonus of better float then i have experienced from other brands. The shape gives just enough feedback from the rocker and camber to feel like the skis are communicating with you without having too much vibration.
For a wider all mountain one ski quiver I would say these are some of the most fun skis on the market today. They combine aspects of classic and modern designs that most skiers will find friendly and familiar which make a ski easier to jump on right away. If your looking for something with more edge to edge carving focus I would direct your attention to the Wreckcreate 100's.