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One disadvantage of contemporary skis is the lack of flexibility and manoeuvrability on non-perfectly groomed terrains. This is why the classical “carving” skis have been to a large extent replaced by new types of skis such as rocker skis, freeride skis, etc. that are better suitable for off-piste and backcountry skiing and/or unregulated snow conditions. The problem with these skis is that they lack in performance on a wider scale, e.g. on iced terrains and hard snow, and in general on racing pistes and regulated ski routes, where higher control and accuracy is required. Therefore, in order to improve the flexibility of skis whilst maintaining a high level of performance, in recent years, hybrid ski concepts have emerged combining rocker and carving properties, etc. however no ski concept has yet achieved the desired level of flexibility and performance.

With isocentric skis the gap between the flexibility and performance has been bridged. The high frequency responsiveness of the skis and the excellent adjustability make them adaptable to a wide variety of snow and terrain conditions without jeopardising their superior performance properties. Since the skis are actively responding to the skier’s body movement and the properties of the terrain, the skier can rely on the skis and move in a relaxed, confident and spontaneous manner regardless of the given conditions and without having to decrease his performance. This enables enjoyment in a wide variety of snow, terrain and weather conditions at the same time enabling a steep learning curve for different styles of skiing.