Freeride Freetour Skis Patrol Ski Only


Our freerider designers developed this ski for intermediate skiers who want a freeride ski with a downhill character.

Like the ski patrollers it is named after, the Patrol masters all snow conditions you may encounter with the grip and stability you need.

Size: size guide


Product benefits



With 95mm at the waist, 2 rockers, it has good buoyancy in 25cm of powder snow

Ease of handling

Ease of handling

The intermediate radius and even flex making it easy to manoeuvre and grippy



The directional shape guarantees good stability in turns.



The camber under foot gives this ski good handling characteristics on hard snow.

Technical information

Which skier are you?

If for you freeriding isn't only about powder snow and you already have an intermediate Freeriding level, the Patrol is your ski. Like the ski patrollers it is named after, the Patrol will support you in all the snow conditions. If like the ski patrol you don't want any doubt about your equipment when you put on your skis, the Patrol will be fun no matter the conditions. It is THE standout pair for intermediate skiers.


Grippy, stable and secure on hard snow, it has good buoyancy when the snow is softer, in powder or spring snow. The Patrol has directional shape, which enables good manoeuvrability in carved or drifted turns. The 19 m radius, neither to long or too short, enables you to vary the type of turn you use. The rockers are tight and low to enable good stability.
In 175cm 136/95/118mm, r=17.5m
In 185cm 136/95/120 mm, r=19m


Woodcore Tec is a construction with a wooden core (poplar) and vertical edges. The advantage of this construction? It gives the ski excellent rebound, particularly pleasant on powder snow. It enables the ski to be playful underfoot in powder snow without sacrificing all grip on groomed slopes.

Tip rubber:

The ski has a rubber insert. This insert on the tip aims to cushion distortion and reduce vibrations caused by the Rockers.


Black sole for easier repairs.
Structured topsheet to best resist scratches and semi-cap to prevent scaling.
Metal reinforcement on the heel.


Ready-to-use waxed and sharpened skis. Edges sharpened at 89°.

What is a camber?

On a "rocker" ski, the nose, and sometimes the tail, comes off the ground much sooner than with a cambered ski. This moves the points of contact towards the centre of the ski. The surface of the ski in contact with the snow is shortened: they have better handling and more buoyancy on soft snow. When leaning into turns, the edge length offers more grip on hard snow. The longer the rocker, the better the handling of the ski.

What are ski sidecuts?

The sidecut is determined by 3 measurements: the width of the tip (front of the ski), the waist (middle of ski) and tail (back of ski). The wider the tip, the easier the turn entry. The narrower the waist, the stronger the grip in hard snow. The wider the waist, the more comfortable and stable in different snow conditions. The wider the tail, the better the grip exiting the turn. The narrower the tail, the better the glide.


Profile: Rocker/Camber/Rocker, directional shape.
Available sizes: 165 cm (only in blue 4104608)/175 cm/185 cm (only in red 4056320)
In 165 cm 136/95/118 mm, radius 15 m
In 175 cm 136/95/118 mm, radius 17.5 m
In 185 cm 136/95/120 mm, radius 19 m


In 165 cm, ski only: 1,825 g (165 cm only in blue 4104608)
In 175 cm, ski only: 1,925 g
In 185 cm, ski only: 2,075 g (185 cm only in red 4056320)

Choice guide:

If you are a Freeriding beginner, the Rookie will be your ski.
If you already enjoy off-piste skiing, your choice will be between the Patrol and the Slash.
The Patrol is for those who love serious skis that grip and are versatile, whereas the Slash is for those who prefer super-playful skis.
Powder chasers will be delighted with Pow Chasers on their feet.


2 years

Product concept & technology

Product Composition

Board 45% Wood, 20% Polyamide, 20% Glass - Fiber, 10% Steel, 5% Polyethylene


the Patrol has been tested on snow by over 30 passionate freeriders. Their strength has been put to the test in long-term trials under the feet of mountain professionals as well as two members of the skipass community, for over 45 days during the 2019/2020 season.


Freeride Freetour Skis Patrol Ski Only
Freeride Freetour Skis Patrol Ski Only
Freeride Freetour Skis Patrol Ski Only
Freeride Freetour Skis Patrol Ski Only


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