Liberty Skis
Origin 101 (Démo) - 2024

Longueur (cm): 171
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Il s’agit de l’année modèle 2024 Origin101. C'est un ski DEMO - il a été utilisé lors de démonstrations sur neige. Il est livré avec des fixations et des freins de démonstration Tyrolia Attack2 14. Il n'y a aucune garantie sur cet article.


L'Origin 101 a la largeur parfaite pour affronter toutes les situations de la journée. Avec la construction VMT 1.0® et les flancs en PU, le 101 peut sculpter l'avant et sauter à l'arrière en toute confiance. Avec l'agilité d'un ski plus étroit et suffisamment de flottaison pour adoucir les journées enneigées, le nouvel Origin 101 est votre ticket pour rouler sur n'importe quelle montagne.


Longueur (cm)

Dimensions (mm)

Rayon (m)

Poids (g)*

171 cm


16,5 m


176 cm


17,5 m


182 cm




187 cm




*Poids moyen en grammes par ski +/- 4%.


Le VMT 1.0® combine notre noyau en bois de bambou et de peuplier, une jambe de force centrale en alliage d'aluminium et des bandes de fibre de carbone prédurcies sur le dessus pour aider à maintenir la stabilité directionnelle et la rigidité en torsion.
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Intègre un rocker en spatule et en talon avec un cambre positif sous le pied pour une flottaison maximale et une sensation ludique, tout en conservant les performances sur neige dure.
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Tournant efficace : 70 %
Tip Rocker: 20%
Rockeur arrière : 10% 


La marque de montage « Recommandé » vous alignera au centre de la ligne de cotes et du cambre du ski. Cela permet une meilleure initiation et un meilleur contrôle des virages dans la plupart des situations. Toutes les mesures de position de montage sont prises à partir de la queue le long de la surface du ski.

Origine 101

Position du Mont

171 cm


176 cm

800 mm

182 cm


187 cm


Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews

After talking to Tim D. at our local event I bought a set of OG 90s. Had the Origin 90 for 8 years.They are still in used and loved, but wanted to treat myself to a new ski. After my kids are skiing and shredding on their own ( the 90s took a beating teaching my daughter to board).
I went to the 101 with the VMT and expected it to feel much harder to turn over then my 90s.
I only felt a small difference for the first half of the run.
These 101s are so much fun!! Playful on bumps and jumps, stable at speed. I love them.
With the way Origins ride and the 1st rate customer service. I will never own a ski from another brand. You guys got me hooked!
Thanks for everything you guys have done. Customer for life.

Joe M

I’ve been riding the 21/22 Origin 101 on soft snow days since Spring 21. Prolly have about 20 days on them total. I’m a PNW skier, 6’ 180lbs, middle advanced, all mtn. I find them to be extremely versatile but prefer them when there’s 3+ inches of fresh, as I have other skis for harder snow days. They are SO fun and easy to ski! There’s enough rocker at both ends to make turn initiation totally intuitive and I never feel locked into a turn unless I want to be. Nimble! The tail releases whenever I want. They slash and smear with utmost ease, yet the camber is there when I hit an icy patch or feel like laying down some carving turns. While they are playful to the core, there is that VMT backbone that does provide confidence over/through relatively soft chop and steeper/faster turns. Definitely not a noodle, they’re actually quite strong but not to the point of being bossy. Good in moguls despite it’s width due to the nimbleness. Good float but i’ll probably get a dedicated powder ski for 12”+ days. Hmmmm, Oh yeah, they’re super poppy and springy and make me want to pop off everything i see. Bouncy like Tigger! Not the dampest ski in in my quiver, Declivity 92 is that but has 2 sheets of metal so duh. Great skis and some of the funn-est top sheets out there. Love seeing others wear them on the hill, looks like candy…fun candy!


The Origin 101 is nimble, playful and a true do-it-all ski that likes to have fun. They are quick edge to edge and will hold that edge very nicely, but can still play around in corn and new snow. No problems taking them through the park for a few laps and then into the trees or bumps. You'll have a hard time passing up taking these skis out of the car every day


Quiver killer; this is truly one ski to rule them all, no matter what the mountain throws at you. VMT creates such a stable and predictable flex pattern that allows you to just ‘point and shoot’ no matter the terrain. Damp enough to handle the crust, enough early rise to float all over. The low swing-weight makes them weapons in the park as well. Try finding something these skis can’t do.


The Origin101 is the perfect combination of playful and sporty. It was easy to break into a slash and slide a turn, but they hooked up as soon as you wanted them to. They are also so light! I couldn’t imagine a better east coast do it all ski.