Break out the snorkel.

Built for AK spines and fat stacks of pillows, the Liberty Schuster Pro Ski was built for ultimate fun in deep conditions. With a 122mm waist, these are the sticks you'll be packing for heli trips and snorkel-worthy Japan powder, with Liberty's Bomb Rocker profile that floats effortlessly through the soft stuff.

The bamboo wood core is strong and light, with a lively energy rebound that's ready to huck, slash, and jib all over the place. Speedcore carbon increases power without adding extra weight, and fiberglass increases torsional rigidity, for a stiff-flexing ski that dominates lines with style and ease.

  • A fat pow ski for ripping big-mountain lines
  • 122mm waist thrives in deep snow
  • Bomb Rocker floats you through blower
  • Camber underfoot lets you lay into turns on firm snow
  • Bamboo core is light, strong, and eco-friendly
  • Speedcore carbon increases power without the weight
  • Quadaxial fiberglass maintains torsional rigidity
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  • Q & A

Is there any difference between this Schuster Pro and this year's 2019 Origin Pro beyond graphics?

There is no difference between the two except for the graphic.

Big Pow Day Destroyer

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My Info

28 years old, 6'1, 185 lbs, East Coast racing/park background, skied Snowbird/the Wasatch the last 10 years, 130 flex boots, I like to go fast no matter the conditions, but enjoy some good drops and natural airs.

The Ski

If you like going big and skiing fast on soft and untracked snow, this ski is your go to option. As far as other skis on the market, the Schuster Pro shares some similarities to the Atomic Bentchetler. Except the Schuster floats better, has a lighter swing weight, and is more stable on choppy and firm snow. That said, firm snow is a secondary thought for the Schuster Pro. The bread and butter for this ski is wide open untracked faces, deep snow, and big airs. They float as well as any ski on the market, but still let you dive the tips for fat face shots. They carve a good edge, but do a good job of letting the tails release when you want them to in order to smear big fast turns on fresh snow. They are also positively confidence inspiring when hitting airs, and are basically automatic stomp machines when jumping into fresh pow. If you're bigger and like open spaces and going really fast, size up to the 192, or stay with the 184 if you only ski moderately fast and want something more maneuverable in the trees.

Big Pow Day Destroyer