A common nugget of life-wisdom is that the journey is truly the reward. If you enjoy the levelling-up aspect of skimo racing, then the Ski Trab Powercup is just what you need. Light, sturdy, and not terribly painful on the wallet, the Powercup features a LiWood core as opposed to the Aramid honeycomb core found on the top end Gara Aero. The LiWood core is a light wood and ash wood blend, with hollow air channels running through the ski that reduce mass while still providing a solid backbone. While a few grams heavier than the aerospace composite core, it's more affordable and still built to last like all Trab skis. The 14-layer Trab construction can handle rough terrain and poor snow conditions and the Ski Trab Gara Powercup is the reliable partner you need for your journey towards podium glory.
- HiConnect is an internal bridge that connects the edges to each other through the core to provide torsional rigidity and durability.
- The NoShock tech is a semi-soft layer between the edge and core material which dampens vibrations and increases stability.
- A LiWood core adds a few grams, but brings unparalleled stability, reliability, and performance to a race-weight ski.
- With a DuoTech tail, you get the stability of a longer ski without losing the easy turning nature of a softer or rockered tail.
- HiBox is a woven carbon cage that stiffens the ski and adds mucho durability.
- Ski Trab offers a 3 year warranty on this ski.
- Made in Bormio, Italy.
|Lengths (cm)||157, 164, 171|
|Weight (pair)||1460g 
|Turn Radius||20.6m 
|Skin Fix||Attivo clips or bungee tips.|
|Profile||Attivo Progressive Flex|
|Shape||Attivo progressive shape, DuoTech swallow tail|
|Construction||Ski Trab 14-Layer cap|
|Core||Liwood Airflex Core|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Training, racing, long walks in the snow park.|
|Notes||More powerful version of the Gara Aero|
|Bottom Line||Trab quality at a great price|
|Compare to other Race Skis|
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