In 2012, Triple Camber Technology was a crazy experiment we were prepared to shut down after a single season. Four years later, we’ve put some form of TCT into almost every ski we make, and the original mad scientist is still in the building holding it down. The hype and industry awards are a distant murmur, but the Deathwish still brings the most overwhelmingly positive reviews from some of the best skiers we know.
“It’s just so good.”
“It’s the perfect everyday ski.”
“I put Dynafits on mine and bought a second pair for inbounds. Am I crazy?”
“Can you make it with a girly graphic just for me?”
“I have the 184 and the 190…and that’s my quiver.”
“Whatever you do, don’t change it.”
There’s not much to say anymore, except that you have to ski it to believe it. The combination of perfect width, metal-free carbon wood core construction, and Triple Camber make the Deathwish the most revolutionary, eye-opening experience you’ll ever have on snow. Once you feel the freedom of surfing sideways into a narrow chute, pivoting your tips down the fall line, pointing it out, and then railing auto-pilot carves all the way to the tram, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.
|Length||Tip||Waist||Tail||Radius||Effective Edge||Weight (pair)||Mount|
|164cm||136||110||127||19.0m||1258mm||7.65lbs / 3.47kg||-5cm|
|174cm||138||112||129||22.0m||1358mm||7.95lbs / 3.61kg||-5cm|
|184cm||138||112||129||25.0m||1458mm||8.9lbs / 4.04kg||-5cm|
|190cm||138||112||129||27.0m||1518mm||9.70lbs / 4.40kg||-5cm|