Countach 110

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We’ve been keeping this one under wraps for a minute now—OK, quite a while. But now it’s time to pull the cover off.

The Countach is easiest to define by what it’s not—it’s neither a traditional hard-charging big-mountain ski nor a purely playful freestyle design, but somewhere in between. Without metal, but certainly not lacking in brass, it can charge easily, cruise effortlessly, throw down at the drop of a hat, and still play nice the next morning when you’re hungover and skiing with the kids.

Sporting 110mm of crud-busting, chop-eating European beech and poplar underfoot, a supportive raised tail, plenty of effective edge, and a big, rockered shovel, the Countach is burly enough to get anything done, but surprisingly forgiving—as tame as it is capable.

Big-mountain athletes compete on it, while everyday, average skiers love how they can just get on it and go. In fact, everyone who skis the Countach seems to come back knowing exactly where it fits in their quiver—often replacing a few pairs in the process. And after a season of daily-driving it ourselves, it’s clear a lot of us will need to figure out what to sell, donate, or keep in the garage to gather dust.

We’re all chasing the über-ski mirage—one ski that we can rip in all conditions, anywhere. One ski to rule them all. We still don’t believe it exists, but the Countach might be as close as we’ve ever gotten. And if it’s not a one-ski quiver—because remember, that’s a myth—we think it’s at least good enough to be the cornerstone of many. After all, it’s not often we get on a pair of skis and think about making our own collections  smaller.

Maybe you’ll agree, maybe not. Either way—we’re sure you’ll let us know.

  • Length Tip Waist Tail Radius Effective Edge Weight (Pair) Mount
    176cm 140mm 110mm 130mm 18.0m 1405mm 8.45lbs / 3.83kg -8cm
    182cm 140mm 110mm 130mm 19.5m 1465mm 9.00lbs / 4.08kg -8cm
    188cm 140mm 110mm 130mm 21.0m 1525mm 9.40lbs / 4.27kg -8cm
    194cm 140mm 110mm 130mm 22.5m 1585mm 10.11lbs / 4.59kg -8cm

    • This is a general guideline and is only a basic suggestion of the proper size. Where you ski, how you ski, and what skis you've ridden in the past should be taken into consideration.
    • The Countach is a stiff, directional freeride ski with rocker. This means it will be stable at speed while retaining maneuverability and playfulness.
    • If you are still on the fence and ski confidently and aggressively size up. If you ski more conservatively or timidly size down.
    • Beginner assumes a basic understanding of and ability to ski. For those who have never skied or cannot ski down runs without falling we recommend renting/demoing to start.
    If you are unsure, have questions, or feel your recommended size is incorrect, please chat, call or email us. We are happy to discuss specific sizing based on your build, skiing style, and existing quiver / past skis.

    Skier Height Skier Height (cm) Beginner Intermediate Advanced Playful Advanced Charger
    5'3" 161cm x x x x
    5'4" 163cm x x x x
    5'5" 166cm x x x x
    5'6" 168cm x x x x
    5'7" 171cm x x x 176cm
    5'8" 173cm x x 176cm 176cm
    5'9" 176cm x 176cm 176cm 176cm
    5'10" 178cm 176cm 176cm 176cm 182cm
    5'11" 181cm 176cm 176cm 182cm 182cm
    6'0" 183cm 176cm 182cm 182cm 182cm
    6'1" 186cm 182cm 182cm 182cm 188cm
    6'2" 188cm 182cm 182cm 188cm 194cm
    6'3" 191cm 182cm 188cm 194cm 194cm
    6'4" 194cm 188cm 194cm 194cm 194cm
    6'5" 196cm 194cm 194cm 194cm 194cm
    6'6" 199cm 194cm 194cm 194cm 194cm

Front Rocker


Full length, knot free, vertically laminated in house. Strong, damp and burly, European beech provides the pinnacle of composure and calmness at the highest speeds in the most challenging conditions.

Extruded sidewalls constructed of modified Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene (ABS) provide stiffness, dampening, and durability, which allow for more impact resistance and easier repairs that stay put so you can bring the abuse year after year, season after season.

A custom blend of triaxial fiberglass and carbon fiber that provides torsional rigidity along with longitudinal pop and composure at speed.

We use a textured nylon topsheet material enhanced with sublimated graphics‒a non-toxic and eco-friendly alternative to silkscreen. We chose this topsheet material to ensure optimal durability and impact resistance while maintaining crisp and bright graphics.

Skis are tools not treasures and that means they need to take a beating which is why use carbon infused sintered UHMWPE (Ultra High Molecular Weight PolyEthylene). Harder, faster and with better wax absorption and retention than extruded bases this is the industry leader for performance and longevity.

Rubberized VDS foil is placed at strategic locations throughout the construction to increase bond strength and provide vibration damping for more stability and increased control.

There are only a handful of edge manufacturers in the world. We go straight to the source for the best of the best. We use only 2.2mm Rockwell 48 hardened steel edges. Heat treated additionally in house to ensure you get nothing but the absolute most out of your skis.