We'd like to publicly apologize. Apologize to the rest of your quiver, that is, because your other skis are about to feel abandoned.
We're sorry that the Manti carve such effortless turns. Especially when those turns are in conditions that used to be prohibitive. We know. We know. We’ve gone too far.
The facts are these: the Manti’s early rise tip and gradual tail rocker effect a tolerant and playful performance, and they’re built with a sidecut that acts decisively when put on de-cambered edge. The result? A ski that intuitively magnifies the intentions of its pilot, whether those aims be graceful and surf-like or precise and assertive.
These are skis engineered for a swift response and an authoritative turn. And thanks to the weight shed by their paulownia core—more than a pound per pair vs. the regular Manti—the Hyper Manti conserves more power during long uphill pursuits. You really can’t be blamed for reaching for them so frequently... but you can blame us if you need a scapegoat. Send our regards to the rest of your quiver.