We’ve been keeping this one under wraps for a minute now—OK, almost a full year. But now that the wrinkles are all smoothed out, we figure it’s about time you knew what’s been feeding the rumor mill.
There’s a legend known only to a few ancient gurus, a legend that tells of a space between. Between the known and the unknown, between chaos and order. Between a traditional hard-charging big mountain ski and a playful freestyle design. A place without metal, but not lacking in brass, where you can scare yourself in safety.
This is where the Countach was born.
Like an iron fist holding a soft-serve cone, an anvil floating in zero gravity, or a Cane Corso therapy dog, it occupies both ends of the spectrum. It’s burly, yet forgiving—as much a reliable platform for setting up super-pucker lines as it is an all-conditions workhorse. Dropping blind into a rollover chute with a punched out exit? Go for it, sure in the knowledge that you have the beef underfoot to straightline it if you want, and the option to bail before you blow up on the traverse if need be—even on your shaky, post-lunch-beers chicken legs.
Not that we condone reckless, risk-taking behavior or anything like that.
|Length||Tip||Waist||Tail||Radius||Eff. Edge||Weight (pair)||Mount|
|176cm||140mm||110mm||130mm||18.0m||1405mm||7.99lbs / 3.63kg||-8cm|
|182cm||140mm||110mm||130mm||19.5m||1465mm||8.11lbs / 3.68kg||-8cm|
|188cm||140mm||110mm||130mm||21.0m||1525mm||9.40lbs / 4.27kg||-8cm|
|194cm||140mm||110mm||130mm||22.5m||1585mm||10.11lbs / 4.59kg||-8cm|