Developed as a pure park and pipe ski the Kennedy is perfectly balanced with a symmetrical core flex. Built with a full vertical sidewall the Kennedy has tremendous edge hold for gripping in the half pipe or setting spins on booters as well as a clean carving ride outside of the terrain park. By sticking to traditional camber and the Matrix Core, a poplar core with a torsional box underfoot for stability and a buttery tip and tail, the Kennedy also has the pop needed for huge ollies onto rails and the energy for when it is time to boost with buttery flex for buttering and pressing. While the sidecut of the Kennedy isn't symmetrical it is set to be the most narrow at true center and has even height tips and tails. These both make for a very well balanced feel in the air, for locking onto rails and boxes, and to keep the Kennedy feeling the same switch as it does forward, but still allow the ski to have a slightly directional feel for performance when you are hitting the half pipe or just freeskiing. Anti-chipping sidewalls and a full wrap metal edge help add durability to the Kennedy so it can hold up to a whole season of being thrashed in the park. Mid Flex, buttery smooth and great control forward or switch the Kennedy is a do-all ski for park and all mountain freestyle riders.
Sandwich Sidewall Construction - Great Durability And Edge Hold
Matrix Core - Super Snappy With Underfoot Reinforcement With Buttery Tips And Tails
Zero Sidecut Setback - Perfect For Center Mounting And Switch Skiing
Equal Height Tip And Tail - Even Balance And Smooth Switch Skiing