Tech Specification

Ski Prepping
before customer delivery

Designing and building a freeride ski is a complex operation where many aspects must be considered.

Too often comparisons are made with piste skis but it is an improper comparison because the functionality of the ski is applied in completely different contexts.

Most of the South/European users approach Freeride from a competitive skiing background or from ski schools, unlike the North/European users who often start with touring or freeride skiing.

From these considerations, and many others, AMBIN skis are born.

A NEW concept, developed on a background of experience dating back to the late 90s.

We can assert that Ambin skiing has an “adaptive” structure.

Let me explain better: you’ve probably used a pair of skis and thought “damn! the more I use them, the more they feel like my own, I’ve finally understood skiing”.

Well, this feeling with AMBINs is exponential!!!

If we take two pairs of skis AMBIN perfectly equal and just come off the production line, we deliver them to two skiers, anatomically different and with different technical skills, after 7/10 days of use we will have 2 pairs of skis morphologically DIFFERENT!

Perché si sono adattati e stabilizzati sul modo di utilizzo dello sciatore: ecco la capacità “adattativa”, che sta nel segreto costruttivo dello sci.

Based on this, AMBIN provides for a preparation of the sliding base with a hand flattening, grinding and polishing of the slab and a grinding and sharpening of the foils with hand finishing, where the foil angle is set at 90° and the tuning angle at 1°.

Finally, the sliding base is greased with paraffin, and re-greased by heat.

AMBIN recommends a customization of the slide base only after 10 releases.

Lorenzo Brandi
Official Tester AMBIN

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