2022 Liberty Genesis 101 Women's Skis
Liberty Genesis 101 Women's Skis
There's a lot of benefits to owning a few different pairs of skis, especially if you're very particular about a ski's performance in certain conditions. On the other hand, there's something about owning a ski that you can have full trust in to perform in a wide range of conditions. It's just nice to roll up to the mountain early in the morning with one ski and not even have to worry about what type of snow you're going to be dealing with that day. The Liberty Genesis 101 is THAT ski. Perfectly versatile and endlessly fun to ski, the Genesis 101 offers true all-mountain performance on an undemanding platform suitable for a wide range of skiers. Using Liberty's new VMT 1.0 W core, this ski blends a lightweight and snappy build with stability and power through an effective blend of wood, carbon, fiberglass and a vertically laminated strip of Aluminum Alloy. A generous rocker profile provides effortless maneuverability on demand and allows the ski to enter and exit a turn very smoothly. A 101-millimeter waist is reasonably narrow enough to offer a relatively quick feel between turns, but it is more than wide enough to handle any snow condition from powder, to crud and spring slush. Whether you're a hard-charging freerider, a playful all-mountain skier or someone who just wants a fun-loving, easy-going all-mountain ski, the Liberty Genesis 101 would be a great option.
- Sidecut: 135/101/122 mm at 158 cm length
- Turn Radius: 14 meters at 158 cm length
- Poplar, Paulownia and Bamboo core
- PU Sidewall
- VMT 1.0
- Carbon Stringers
- Full Sidewall Construction
- Ability Level: Advanced to Expert Skiers
All-Mountain • Big Mountain • Powder
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The Liberty Genesis 101 and the Pandora 104 are similar skis. Both are extremely versatile, lightweight, all -mountain quiver of one skis. The Pandora is slightly wider in overall dimensions, so if you are in a region that gets consistent snow like the West, we would suggest going for the Line. If you ski back East or in an area that does not receive as much snow, going with the narrow waisted Liberty would be better suited for the overall conditions of firmer snow with some fresh stuff sprinkled in from time to time.
Both skis are very capable daily drivers, and feature wood cores and a friendly flex pattern that will appeal to a wide variety of female skiers, turn shapes and ability levels.
The Liberty does feature a single strip of Aluminum Alloy in its core so it would be a bit stiffer than the Pandora, giving it a bit more hard snow edge grip than the as well.
Hope this helps and think snow!
No real issues there in terms of performance or weight, but take a smidge of consideration with the tail shape and skin compatibility. If you have a normal tail clip, there's a pretty round interface on the ski. Some people have taken a dremel tool and flattened the very end of the ski in order to make the skin clip better. Just something to think about.