Born high in the Tatra mountains of Poland, Majesty knows a thing or two about skiing. So, when Majesty made the Superpatrol Carbon Ski that touts a “Cut-off Tail,” we were naturally intrigued. Inspired by surfboards, this so-called “Cut-off Tail” shortens the length of the tail, shifting the skier's stance further back from the center. Combined with the adapted sidecut, the result is surprisingly quick and easy turns for such a powerful ski. The power comes from Kevlar sheeting around a beefy core that helps the ski remain stable while plowing through variable snow. We took the Superpatrol high into the alpine, finding it quite stable and willing to execute high-speed turns. In the trees, the cut-off tail performed admirably as we were able to maneuver easily between the dense bushes and trees that inhabit the Wasatch. Despite not being fans of sugary drinks, we must admit that in this case, we’ve drunk the Kool-Aid. Being both agile and stable, the Majesty Superpatrol Carbon Ski is built to serve you well, no matter the condition.
- Carbon/Kevlar sheet provides a strong feeling throughout the ski whilst simultaneously dampening rough snow conditions.
- Textolite Plates are epoxy-impregnated fiberglass sheets placed above and below the core in the midsection of the ski, providing support with minimal weight.
- Cutout on tail keeps the skin tail clip from wandering.
- IS 7200 base provides excellent durability.
|Lengths (cm)||161, 169, 177, 185|
|Weight (pair)||2900g |
||Basic tip loops, flat notched tail|
||Tip rocker, underfoot camber, flat tail|
||Directional, medium radius|
||Semi-hybrid, camber with tip rocker|
||Paulownia wood core|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Ski touring, deeper days|
|Notes||Excellent strength to weight ratio|
|Bottom Line||Unique combo of power and quickness|
|Compare to other High-fat Skis|
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