Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)
167 / 141-105-123 / 17
175 / 143-105-124 / 18
183 / 146-105-125 / 19
The DB3 combines the ease of floatation in deeper snow with edge grip and performance on piste. Introduced in 2013, the DB3 utilizes 19mm of taper and a 105mm waist to create a unique floatation technique; its large shovel creates float while the taper allows the back end to drop in deeper snow conditions. It maintains a traditional camber profile with a slight early rise in the nose for turn initiation. The DB3 is an ideal option for someone looking for versatility, both on and off piste.
Profile: Mild nose rocker profile with traditional camber throughout the rest of the ski. A perfect combination for turn initiation, edge hold and float for this shape.
Ride: The increased taper and sidecut provides insane trim, float and manoeuvrability in powder conditions compared with standard freeski shapes.
Conditions: Powder, all mountain, trees, glades, open alpine bowls, quick turns, cruising groomers.
Mounting Recommendations: Boot Center is recommended.
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