We’re giving away a pair of 21-22 Liberty Skis—winner chooses any model from the new collection!
Since 2003, Liberty Skis has been dedicated to the mountains and to the skiers who seek them out. With its headquarters high in the Colorado Rockies, the brand is committed to crafting exceptional products that make the ski experience better, testing and refining their skis all year long just steps away from the office. Whether it is carbon fiber, Vertical Metal Technology, or its signature bamboo laminate cores, Liberty is constantly applying functional innovation to make exceptional products.
The Origin series is back and much improved. Every ski in the Origin series now comes with a huge upgrade in the core, Liberty’s VMT 1.0 construction. Liberty has also added a new, colored polyurethane sidewall that gives the Origins increased durability and a smoother ride in its classic freeride shape. New for next year, Liberty is excited to announce the addition of a much-demanded 101-millimeter version.
Every ski in the Genesis series now comes with an upgrade in the core, Liberty’s VMT 1.0 construction. Liberty has also added a new colored, poured, urethane sidewall that gives the Genesis increased durability and a smoother ride in a women’s freeride shape.
Liberty’s award-winning, quintessential all-mountain ski series, the Evolv is now even better with upgrades for 21-22. The brand has increased stability and edge grip with the all-new VMT 3.0 core with three vertical struts of metal for the absolute best experience on snow. The Evolv series is a premium ski with an emphasis on groomed and firmer snow, but can certainly handle conditions when the snow is soft.
Liberty is excited to announce that for 2021-22 that its will have its first dedicated backcountry ski series, the Origin 106BC and the Genesis 106BC. Both skis get an updated rocker profile in the tail by reducing that rocker by 50-percent over the Origin and Genesis 106, along with a skin clip in the tail. Liberty’s new BC models shave weight for uphill efficiency without sacrificing downhill performance.