The fiber is virtually impossible to penetrate.
The precursor fibers are heated and stretched to create the high-strength fibers. It is by far the most widely
used fiber in high-performance applications, and the first high-performance fiber.
It’s lightweight and has five times the strength of steel on an equal-weight basis, which makes it extraordinarily strong. It is best known for its use in ballistic and stab-resistant body armor. It absorbs vibrations in ski constructions.
Thanks to Aspen, the tips and tails of the skis are light and flexible.
to replace heavier metal parts. Glass weighs more than carbon, but is also more impact-resistant.
The vast majority of all fibers used in the composites industry are glass.
High molecular weight graphite base is used for racing skis. This base is assembled in a cold state
in order to achieve the utmost gliding performance.
It has superior strength, excellent adhesion to many surfaces, and industry leading clarity and UV epoxy stability. It not only performs, but also takes a crucial step towards lowering its impact on the environment.
Indigo printed flax fibers we use on some topsheets. Flax fibers is currently regarded
a high-tech material in the field of composite engineering. It is a natural ecological material characterized by strength and damping properties. The printing of flax fiber is made by the technique of the original Slovak indigo print by Matej Rabad, which is part of
UNESCO World Cultural Heritage.