We have chosen the most classic, but at the same time the most difficult process because this way

we can flexibly change the riding behavior of the ski.


It is called wet lamination and it's a precise manual work. This is the system where the layers such as base, fibers, core

and topsheet are layered at each other, and are successively recast with epoxy resin. Wood is an integral part of the skis.

Since it is unpredictable, it requires the most testing, weighing up and the most time of preparation.

Changes in the wood type or change in the thickness of tenths of a millimeter can change every single attribute.

Not for nothing it is called the core. Details make things unique.


The market will find many products that are painted, colorful, but often look erratic. Simplicity is beautiful, each element has its place and no curve is extra. Also, the cut into the veneer is there to reveal the structure of carbon fibers.


When the skis are pressed, here comes the treatment of excessive material. Of course, as with any production, this also produces waste. It cannot be avoided, but can be at least limited. Skis cannot be called organic products. Environmentally friendly

and ecological can be the recycled parts from which they are made. Therefore, we use Supersap – the organic resin.


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