A great one-ski-quiver, the Maximo from Ski Trab is designed to work well in all conditions. This is achieved through the Low Omega Profile, meaning they vary the thickness of the core and stringers along the length of a ski to regulate the flex. A softer flex in the tip allows for easy turn initiation and float in powder. A thicker, thus stiffer ski in the mid-section gives a reliable edge hold underfoot when things get rough. The Attivo shape also follows this profile, the result of which makes for a ski you don’t have to think about, just ski. If you’re into skiing and not skis, check out the Ski Trab Maximo.
- Attivo progressive shape integrates with the Attivo flex to make an easy ski.
- Beautifully textured base is sintered to be resistant to core shots yet really glide.
- Duo Tech tail allows for precision turns yet doesn’t interfere with straight skiing.
- 52 HRC steel edges won’t crumple when you hit a rock, stump, or other obstacles.
- Liwood box core is a simple torsion wrap around a light wood core with air canals.
- Quadriaxial Cap is a wrapping technology that provides support in all directions.
- Low Omega Profile is a thickness varying profile that adapts the ski flex to terrain.
- Tough nylon topsheet is scratch resistant and makes the Italian colors shine.
Update 2017/18: Just a newer, cooler, faster topsheet, courtesy of Ski Trab.
|Lengths (cm)||157, 164, 171, 178|
|Weight (pair)||2350g 
||Attivo tip & tail|
|Specs Verified||164 only|
||Low Omega Profile with Attivo progressive flex|
||Attivo progressive shape, DuoTech swallow tail|
||Light wood w/ air canals|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Everyday, everywhere skiing|
|Notes||Comes with Trabs 3-year warranty|
|Bottom Line||A ski you don't have to think about|
|Compare to other Women's Skis|
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