Ski Trab Ortles 90 Ski
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The Ski Trab Ortles 90 ski is for the skier who expects one ski to handle any terrain in any condition, all without sacrificing uphill performance, and keeps you motivated to back lap after lap. The Ortles 90 uses a Liwood air core in conjunction with their acclaimed 14-layer construction for a smoother ride down with a minimal weight cost. Hibox torsion control aids torsional stiffness without compromising the longitudinal flex of the ski, allowing it to perform exceptionally in steep terrain without giving up any soft snow performance. A 14-layer construction plus Hiconnect edge connection lends the ski remarkable longevity. Hiconnect joins the two edges internally in a specific manner, ensuring that even after multiple impacts the base and edges will stay where they should be. Emotion and Control are the values Ski Trab set to embody and you will be sure to feel both with the Ortles 90 ski.
- Attivo shock absorber eats up vibrations which enhances stability.
- Duotail keeps rigidity when the ski is flat while improving performance when the ski is on edge.
- Hibox micro mesh carbon cage wraps around the core providing high torsional stiffness without sacrificing the flex pattern.
- Hiconnect connects the edges internally which gives the ski exceptional longevity even after multiple impacts.
- Noshock is an elastomer band position on the edges that make the skis more stable and with less chatter.
- Control flex combines the radius of the side cut with the flex of the ski which makes transitions between turns effortless.
- Radius control will help the ski drive the skier into the turns.
|Lengths (cm)||157, 164, 171, 178|
|Weight (pair)||2180g 
||122-90-109 [All sizes]|
||Attivo 2 Tip and Tail|
||Control Progressive Flex; contact points moved out for longer tip/tail|
||Control radius technology; moved widest point of tip forward, Duotail|
||14-layer Attivo process w/ HiBox carbon cage and HiConnect bridge|
||Li-wood core, carbon HM, carbon-basalt reinforcement|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Fast and light ski touring|
|Notes||New geometry for better control and float|
|Bottom Line||Do everything ski for the expert skier|
|Compare to other Mid-fat Skis|
Questions & Reviews
At 130lbs, you would probably do well in the Bernina.
Skimo doesn't carry it, and is not sold in the US.
Personally, I weigh only 150lbs and ski the stiffest, the Magico.2. So the Ortles would still be a good choice for you. The Ortles would be better on firm snow then the Bernina.
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