With a huge performance window and the right width to be an everyday driver on bigger, snowier mountains, the Origin106 hits the sweet spot. Plenty of float for deeper days, and the torsional rigidity to carve harder snow at high speed, the new Origin106 is a tasty bamboo/carbon sandwich best enjoyed with friends.
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TEXTURED POLYAMIDE TOP
Co-extruded material is more durable and easy to grip.
A polyurethane bumper to smooth out the ride and protect the topsheet against chipping.
TITANAL LAYER (VARIANT87 • VARIANT97)
Increases torsional rigidity and dampens vibration.
CARBON FIBER (VARIANT87 W • ORIGIN 96 • ORIGIN 106 • SCHUSTER PRO • TRANSFER)
Increases energy return and reinforces core while reducing weight.
Custom E-glass creates torsional rigidity while allowing longitudinal flex for easy turn initiation .
Dense fiber reinforced polymer mat increases screw retention and adds strength.
Hand-made bamboo and wood laminate cores are strong, light, and eco-friendly. Every Liberty ski begins with energetic and durable bamboo as the foundation for long-lasting performance.
QUADAXIAL FIBERGLASS/RUBBER FOIL
Helps absorb vibration and bond base material.
SINTERED P-TEX BASE
UHMW PE bases are durable and porous to absorb wax and stay fast.
German steel edges with extra large anchors for durability and heat dissipation. HRC 48 on all skis except the Freestyle line, which gets slightly softer HRC 40 edges.
Whitewalls/ABS- Resilient and damp UHMW PE sidewalls give a smooth ride and look great. ABS sidewalls are stiff and durable.
The Union described the Origin106 as well-rounded, surfy, and smooth. A rocker-camber-rocker profile with a bamboo core, it’s a friendly, all-around ski that wasn’t too soft nor too stiff, but just right. “So easy to control on big-mountain terrain, super smooth, and catch-free across the fall line,” says Dylan Hall of New Hampshire’s Ken Jones Ski Mart. For skiers looking for more maneuverable frontside version, Liberty offers the same ski in a 96width, which nomadic skier Ian Fohrman described as “chargy, fun, stable, but quick enough to hit bumps, tight trees, or billy goat around.”Powder Magazine