Possibly the stiffest race ski in the world, the MZero uses a monocoque structure to get its strength from a carbon fiber frame. The ski is built by Merelli, renowned leaders in carbon technology. The company has high-pressure autoclaves on site to impregnate carbon fiber with resin and build a very unique race ski. The MZero is superlight and has recorded victories in the Pierra Menta, Mezzalama, and World Championship races. Despite its weight, Merelli focused on its downhill abilities and the ski can slice and dice with the best of ‘em. It even floats reasonably well in powder due to relatively large surface area and square tip. The MZero is the F1 race car of the skimo world.
- High modulus carbon fiber skeleton provides the structure.
- P-Tex 5000 bases are hard enough to handle some impact.
- Similar story with the ceramic steel edges intricately laid.
- Comes in 160cm or 166cm Grand Tour race lengths.
- Made in an advanced carbon fiber factory in Italy.
|Lengths (cm)||160, 166|
|Weight (pair)||1320g 
|Turn Radius||23m 
|Skin Fix||Race tip notch|
|Shape||Fairly standard race|
|Construction||Aeronautical carbon layup, monocoque skeleton|
|Core||Carbon & foam|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Racing and going fast uphill|
|Bottom Line||Super light race ski|
|Compare to other Race Skis|
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