All-Terrain Skis

Powerful edge grip and stability at speed on any snow surface. Titanal layer, powerful tail, and Hammer Rocker inspire confidence in terrain with consequences.For charging hard no matter what comes your way, you can count on the Variant113.

172 Dimensions(mm): 145-110-132
Radius(m): 18
Weight(g): 2150
179 Dimensions(mm): 145-111-132
Radius(m): 22
Weight(g): 2275
186 Dimensions(mm): 145-113-132
Radius(m): 26
Weight(g): 2350
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Extra bamboo laminates and a Titanal layer for power, damping, and edge hold.

Laminated bamboo gives tremendous rebound and energy while being environmentally friendly.
The fastest, hardest base available.
Our specially treated HRC 48 edges feature a wider profile with larger anchors for greater durability and longer life.
Low profile tapered tip and notched tail for quick and secure skin attachment.
Fiber Reinforced Polymer - We use mats of this dense material under the binding area to increase screw retention and add rigidity.
A flat, stiff, tail section with minimal camber that allows strong turn finishes, won't hook up on the steeps, and is a strong landing platform.
Our custom weave fiberglass creates tremendous torsional stability while allowing easy longitudinal flex to initiate turns and absorb terrain. While more expensive than other bi and tri- directional weaves, it enables us to fine tune the flex characteristics of each ski.
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Hammer Rocker has a very low rise tip rocker, combined with camber back to the tail for amazing edge grip with easy turn entry and flotation.

“The Liberty Variant inspires confidence on big lines with big consequences. A Peri-Metal layer and stiffer tail generate massive edge hold, but don’t weigh you down on the skin up. Skin friendly tip and tail shapes make this board a go-to off piste charger, but these aren’t some softy touring sticks. Even if you spend most days riding lifts, the Variant is the perfect choice for aggressive riding in all conditions.”
    –Brian Hopper,

"It is as if Liberty made this ski specifically for me. I like to ski hard and in the backcountry. 113 underfoot (186 length) is perfect for the pow that I am always in search for, but not too big so that it can still ski all other types of crazy variable snow that can be found in the BC. The construction is also a huge reason it works so well there. Bamboo/poplar with a sheet of titanal to stiffen it up just a bit. Small details like flat tails and skin clip notches put the Variant over the top as one of the best BC skis out there." Review

“High-octane game-changer in its category of 113(+-) waisted skis.”
“The Variant is an ultra responsive, surgical cutting tool with an immense range of power and a carbide-like personality.”
“While most skis in this category are either floppy, surfy powder dolphins with varying degrees of hard pack prowess or brutally strong, big-mountain chargers with giant radii, the Variant has taken a completely different approach…sort of like a Maseratti for the 3D snow.”
“It craved higher speeds and pressure.  It was fully capable at slow speeds, friendly and well behaved.  When you turned it loose, then laid into it, it set its edge with authority along its entire length, acquired its target and began a trajectory to it with confidence and acceleration more akin to a GS ski than some 113mm waisted freeride ski.  This is not a personality I have found in a ski like this before.”

“I ski it and love it. It feels a bit like a race ski. It is extremely stable at speed. It's a badass ski that is really fun whether you are straight lining, busting crud, or just ripping a groomer.”
    –TGR Review Forum

“They haul ass, bust through crud, and float pretty well in the limited powder I found. They might be the most stable skis I've ever been on. You can definitely feel the metal, but unlike some other metal skis I've tried, I found them to be a bit lighter and have more feel. It's definitely a charging type ski.”
    –TGR Review Forum

“Skied icy, scraped off, junky spring snow... other skiers complained about the conditions.  I barely noticed, anything other than the smooth non-fatiguing ride! This ski was effortless and natural.”
    – Customer

The Liberty Difference.


At Liberty, we make skis like our lives depend on them.  Every ski is designed and tested in the heart of the Colorado mountains.  We start with the best materials from around the world, hand-build each pair, and back them with the best warranty in the business.  Our goal is to make the best skis possible, treat our customers like our ski partners, and continue to do what we love. 

Design philosophy

Liberty has won awards from every major ski publication over the last ten years, but more importantly, has won the trust of countless skiers across the globe.  We design skis based on the concept of functional innovation.  This simply means we don’t add materials or features to our skis unless they improve the ski experience on snow. Our innovations are not included for marketing purposes, but because they will help you ski better, longer and faster in real world conditions.  In ski design, simple, strong, and light leads to the best products.  


We use the best materials available from around the world, and we never stop looking for ways to improve our skis. Every component we use in our skis is there because we believe it is the best answer to a specific design challenge.  We use bamboo because it is the lightest, most durable, and most responsive core material available.  We use UHMW PE for our sidewalls because it absorbs impact better than ABS and leads to a smooth ride at higher speeds.  Our bases are P-Tex 2000, 4000, and 4000 Electra, because they are the highest quality, fastest bases made.  All edges are custom made in Germany with a wider profile, larger anchors, and 2 different hardness ratings to be the most durable for their intended purpose.  Liberty uses a unique quadaxial S-Glass for our glass fiber, adding another axis of torsional reinforcement compared to most materials.  Additional vibration reduction, and top edge durability is provided by a Durathane polyurethane layer not found in other skis.  We use Titanal and FRP mats for additional stiffness and binding screw retention because they are the best materials to use in those applications.  

Liberty skis feel different, because they are different.  We are not just another brand at some big factory.  Look at the materials in most skis, and you will find the same stuff the major brand that owns the factory uses.  There is no difference in design, or materials, from brand to brand.   We are free to experiment and use whatever works best, without regard to what others are doing.  

More about Bamboo

Liberty is the market leader in bamboo technology, and we use this tough, eco-friendly material in all our skis.  Liberty has been designing skis around our resilient and light bamboo laminate cores for more than ten years, and even though many companies have followed our lead, we remain the bamboo experts.  

Bamboo is one of the fastest growing plants on earth, and can be sustainably harvested without killing the entire organism.  The roots stay in the ground when the top is cut; they help control erosion, and then sprout again, to be harvested in 3-5 years.  This leaves the forest canopy intact, helps sequester carbon, and creates a sustainable cycle for our raw materials.  On top of the environmental benefits, bamboo also happens to make a great ski core.  Bamboo has a tensile strength that rivals that of steel, and a very high coefficient of restitution, meaning that it will snap back to its’ original shape time after time.  That is why our skis have such an energetic, lively feel.  


We work with our partners because they are the best at what they do.  It is that simple.  We believe we make the best skis on the planet, and want our customers to have the best accessories to match their Liberty skis.  

Tyrolia makes our bindings, and they are the largest binding brand in the world, with unsurpassed quality, safety, and performance.  They are great at what they do, and listened to our requests for a new freeride style A/T binding with low ramp angle, pole control mode adjustment, and high DIN.  The Adrenalin is the best freeride A/T binding you can buy.   

Komperdell makes some of the most innovative and highest tech ski poles in the world.  We partnered with them to produce our super light bamboo and carbon fiber pole, a filament –wound pole that is nearly unbreakable, and a new adjustable A/T pole.  We don’t make any standard aluminum tubes, but 3 different poles that each answers a specific need for our customers.  

Look for a new concept in climbing skins, coming soon from Liberty!


You won’t find wizards or pistols on our skis, just original artwork by people who actually live in the mountains.  We work with our artists to create images that are evocative of the alpine experience, and that are also nice to look at when they emerge from the powder.  We sublimate or direct print the images into the backside of the topsheet to ensure the artwork looks good, year after year.  

Final Word

We appreciate all the support over the last 10 years.  We have had a lot of fun, and learned some things along the way.  We hope to see you in the mountains soon, and we hope you will continue to trust us to make equipment for those epic days when we feel most alive.  At Liberty, we make skis like our lives depend on them, because they do.  Thanks.