NEW ET Mono-Ski


  • Current lead time is January 2019.

    We're nearing production and our NEW mono-ski will be ready for action on the slopes this winter! We geared this project's design towards new skiers and programs who will benefit from a stable and forgiving learning platform while also ensuring that the rig can rip all-mountain.

    We implemented the Dynamique's the chairlift loading system, adjustable footrest, swap-able seats, adjustable dump and versatile frame sizing to this new mono ski. Just like the Dynamique the NEW Mono-Ski can be quickly and easily adjusted to accommodate everyone from kids to adults. 

    This rig is designed to help ease the steep curve associated with learning how to mono-ski. Unlike most mono-skis, our NEW Mono-Ski has a low center of gravity which is stable, forgiving to form flaws and promotes a slower transition from edge to edge while turning. Riding at under a foot off the ground when loaded, this NEW Mono-Ski sits 3-6" lower than most on the market. The NEW Mono-Ski helps to bridge the gap between novice and upper echelon sit-skis. This all-mountain rig responds well to any skier's skill level and is not limited to just greens and blues. Although it is the ultimate program ski, it has the capability to rip just about anywhere on the mountain!

    • Low Center of Gravity:  Sitting under 12" off the ground the mono-ski is 3-6" lower than most modern mono-skis providing a stable and forgiving learning platform.
    • Suspension: We use 4” of travel to maintain a low center of gravity while providing enough guts to explore the mountain. A progressive driven suspension adds performance and provides bottom out support for the skier.
    • Loading the Chair Lift: The mono-ski uses the Dynamique's familiar and proven tension-ed load system that allows the skier to "sit down" on the chair. This makes loading and unloading very smooth. By moving the load components into the upper frame, we lowered unsprung weight, eliminated cables and better protected the system from snow and ice.
    • Sitting on the Chair Lift: The mono-ski moves the shock out of the chair's way allowing the skier to sit all the way back against the chairlift. The rear frame triangle naturally leans the skier back eliminating any “teter” sensation. The industry’s largest skid plate further adds to the feeling of comfort.
    • Versatile Sizing: Only one frame size is needed to fit riders from 4'1” to 6’3”.
    • Footrest: The mono-ski uses the familiar Dynamique footrest in Adult, Junior & Child sizes. The ankle angle is quickly adjustable with quick release clamps. The length is adjusted along the horizontal axis. Smaller skiers maintain a low center of gravity and taller skiers do not have to worry about the footrest bucketing out.
    • Fore/Aft Adjustment: 3" of center gravity adjustment can be achieved through a slot at the boot.
    • Boot: A 325mm BSL (Boot Sole Length) aligns with the RESNA suggestion and is similar in size to many mono skis on the market.
    • Seat Dump: Seat dump is adjustable to 4 positions. The lowest position is flatter than any mono-ski currently on the market while the upper positions bring you within traditional range for most mono-skis. 
    • Frame Style: The mono-ski is available in a low frame for independent skiers or as a high frame with short handle and tether points for skiers who need additional support.

     

  •  Coming soon!

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