Cork 2014 (Ski Only)
The Cork is perfect for the skier who lives for the park but also wants a ski that can handle softer conditions. Unlike typical park skis, the Cork has early rise and reverse sidecut in both the tip and tail. This enhances the ski's floating characteristics when you want to venture outside the park. That paired with traditional camber underfoot provides max pop. And RAMP's exclusive Razor Cut sidecut offers the ultimate in grip for takeoffs and carving turns on hard snow.
The Cork is constructed with a FSC certified full bamboo core that makes the ski feel more energetic than a typical cheap hardwood. RAMP athletes say the core is like a fine wine, just getting better and better with age as the core "breaks in."
The Cork is a high-flyer's true quiver ski as it is catch free on turns but also floats in pow when the pipe just isn’t enough.
Super fun anywhere you take 'em! - Derek Roy
I ride these on any day as long as there's not a lot of fresh. These will take you from rails, to big jumps, all around the mountain, then back to the park again with ease. The slight early rise keeps them afloat in a few inches and makes them super playful for quick turns in the trees. One of my favorite parts about the Cork is that after a full season of riding hard in the park, the camber isn't blown out and you can still feel the "life" in them.
Posted on 4/24/14
A great all-around ski - Charles Gagnier
The Cork is such a good all-around ski. It is the perfect ski to ride at my home mountain in the park, on the groomed slopes, or in the trees. The Cork has a good pop and the early rise tips and tails help quite good on take offs and landings. I also like how the ski carves on the steep slopes and it's perfect to ski in the trees when there are a few centimeters of fresh snow. I recommend the Cork to any versatile skier that likes to hit the park once in a while. —Charles Gagnier, RAMP athlete
Posted on 3/12/14
- Medium-plus early rise and reverse sidecut in the tip and tail
- Most user-friendly twin ski when the snow changes, going from sun to shade, in the pipe or on different jumps