The Countdown series is the original line of Down skis which has been perpetually improved since we first launched it. The CountDown line of skis are at the core of the Down line of skis. It represents our desire to make high-performance freeride skis that excel both inbounds and on touring missions. Basically, anything that comes to mind when you hear the words “freeride skiing”.
The LowDown series is our light freeride touring line with skis at 90, 102 (179) and 102 (186)mm waist widths and weights of 1400, 1575, and 1700 grams respectively.
Ideal for long days in the backcountry where you encounter all types of snow and terrain, all LowDown skis are built on our Long Radius Concept (LRC) shaping philosophy. See Construction for a thorough explanation of the LRC concept.
A layup of carbon fibers with a paulownia core is light while keeping the ride quality at top level. Lightly coloured topsheets resist being heated in the sun and reduce snow adhesion, keeping your skis light all the way to the top.
We’ve cut out the weight without compromising on durability; bases and edges are still “freeride standard” and significantly thicker than most skis in this weight class. The LowDown series is our take on being weight weenies and really brings the freeride mindset to a class dominated by rando racing and way too deep sidecuts.
The ShowDown series turns it up to eleven. If you’re after an ass-kicking, no-compromise charger, we’ve delivered two options to take you from straightlining pistes to full throttle big mountain lines.
There’s a reason why race skis are built with titanal. The SD series get two layers combined with extra rubber and our hardwood core. Silky smooth and damp, we challenge you to find the limits of the ShowDown series.
The Throwdown series is all about freestyle and having as much fun as possible on the mountain regardless of the conditions.
All skis in the Throwdown line share a symmetrical flex pattern, and are designed to be skied from a centered mounting position. Built in a hybrid glass/carbon layup, it’s quite possibly the lightest line of freestyle skis to be found anywhere on the planet.