This just in: Skiing Business is dropping 2013 ski gear previews. Which isn’t anything new, they actually did it last year too. Super sweet for us gear junkies who can’t wait to see next year’s gear. Which in a bout 36 hours there’s going to be more 2013 ski gear blog posts going on than 9-39 year old women at a Justin Bieber Concert (I had to spell check Bieber by the way, which actually makes me feel good as an american male that I didn’t know how to spell his last name). Anyway, like I said, the countdown is on to SIA Denver 2012 and you’re about to get buried in 2013 ski gear previews. But we couldn’t help posting a few pre-pre-views. Like this one from Lib Tech. What you see in front of you are two of their new models for 2013. The 2013 Lib Tech Wreckreate skis and the 2013 Fully Functional Five skis or 2013 FF5 skis. I actually saw those Fully’s at the demo @ Mt. Bachelor a couple of weeks ago, I kept trying to ride them but they were always out. However, they were definitely not wearing those sexy graphics I’m looking at right now! The ski is similar to the Rossi S7 & Armada JJ skis. Made to perform in the pow and with enough utility to ride all over the mountain any day of the week. Check the specs below:
2013 Lib Tech Wreckcreate:
- Waists: 90, 92, 97, & 100mm
- Lengths: 155, 163, 171, 179, 187cm
- In General: The 2013 Lib Tech Wreckreate skis are the epidemy of an all-around, all-mountain ski. Designed to be the Swiss Army knife of skis at a cost that’s much more affordable than previous Lib Tech NAS prices.
2013 Lib Tech Fully Functional Five (FF5) Skis:
- Waists: 115, 117mm
- Lengths: 175, 185cm
- In General: The 2013 Lib Tech Fully Functional Five (FF5) skis are you’re JJ-esque pow ski that’s got the ability to rock the mountain every day of the week if you dare. They’re made to perform in the pow and also able to handle the rest of the mountain on a daily basis thanks to the new “mini-mag” magne-traction lib has installed on them.
Along with these two new models, Lib Tech also is adding two additional skis to their 2013 line up: The 2013 Lib Tech Tranny NAS Skis and the 2013 NAS Backwards Skis. Look for shots of all the 2013 Lib Tech lineup over the next few days as we uncover all that is ski great @ SIA. Oh yea, one more thing; Sounds like Lib’s going to be lowering their price points on their NAS’s this year. So stoked to hear this! (hope, hope, hope it’s true) Lib is one of the brands I’m most excited about in the industry right now, their skis perform, but the price was just a bit high I think for most. Excited to see what 2013 has to offer for them! PEACE!