At 118mm underfoot, this is a lightweight, big-mountain backcountry ski made for the deep days that also feels responsive in the crud and harder conditions. It floats, drifts and sails through the fluffy stuff while strong construction materials promise that the CT 4.0 can handle tree taps, deep landings and gnarly freeride faces with ease.
Lightweight Balsa and Pachaco Core
Directional True Twin
Elliptical Radius Sidecut
Titanal Binding Plate
When you’re on a day-long touring trip in the backcountry, you need to rely on your gear. Titanal reinforcement plates are laid up on top of our lightweight cores ensuring that your binding screws hold. This one-piece design fits alpine and touring bindings, adding trustworthy durability to these lightweight cores.
Micro-cap construction is a hybrid of a premium, sandwich sidewall construction fused with a lightweight, durable cap construction. With micro-cap, the sandwich construction provides awesome edge hold and torsional stability while the ski’s topsheet wraps around and meets the sidewall, protecting the fragile join that can be prone to chipping.