One-Liner: High performance meets forgiveness in this versatile piste performer.
Having high-tech older siblings has its advantages. The Disruption 78C benefits from hand-me-down technology that allows us to pack in features that put other skis in this price range to shame.
Equipped with a Speed Rocker profile, Dark Matter Damping, and the lightweight agility of our carbon I-Beam construction and you have a speed-oriented ski that will let you hang with the best.
- Dimensions: 125 - 78 - 111
- Rocker: Speed Rocker
- Edge Bevel: 1.2 x 2.0
- Drill Spec: 3.6 x 9.5
- Core: Aspen veneer
- Tech Features 1: Dark Matter Damping
- Tech Features 2: Carbon I-Beam
- Tech Features 3: Powerwall Sidewalls
Short and low rise in the tip for quick turn initiation and precise steering.
Lightweight and resilient, great all-around material.
DARK MATTER DAMPING - DMD:
Space. The final frontier. The object of many a child's fascination. And yet with so much of this supra terra discovery, there's still so much to uncover. We harnessed this great unknown —these depths beyond the conception of gravity as we know it — to improve edge contact on rough and firm snow. It's called Dark Matter Damping — a process in which we sandwich a polymeric damper between two layers of high modulus carbon, and strategically place it along the ski edge. While your grasp of the outer reaches of our celestial sphere may be limited, DMD is a much simpler construct: improved edge grip and control. And with more grip and control, you can push faster, harder, and pull into the turn like never before. Get ready for liftoff, it's time to rage.
Full-length uni-directional carbon running from tip to tail, providing increased accuracy and energy along the entire length of the ski.
Power transfer is dramatically enhanced with the oversized ABS sidewalls that are laminated and pocketed within the woodcore in the midbody of the ski. With the sidewall extending into the heart of the ski, the transmission of energy from skier to ski edge is direct and precise.
|Skier Weight||Skier Height||Ski Length|
|lbs/kg||ft/In||Expert (cm)||Intermediate (cm)|
|100+ / 45+||4'6"+||134+||124+|
|110+ / 50+||4'9"+||146+||136+|
|120+ / 55+||5'0"+||159+||149+|
|130+ / 59+||5'3"+||166+||156+|
|140+ / 63+||5'6"+||170+||160+|
|150+ / 68+||5'9"+||177+||167+|
|170+ / 77+||6'0"+||184+||174+|
|190+ / 86+||6'2"+||191+||181+|
Understanding boot and binding compatibility can be complicated. Alpine or Alpine Touring? ISO what?
With multiple boot/binding standards designed for different applications and skier types, finding the right gear requires more knowledge and expertise than ever before.
Contact us to navigate your options and discover what's right for you.