2021 Liberty evolv 84w

Ski Stats

Sidecut 126/84/110
Radius 13m @ 158cm
Lengths 151,158,165
Weight TK
MSRP $700
This year, Liberty moves its VMT—Vertical Metal Technology—into its women’s line of all mountain skis with two new Evolv models, and all I could utter after trenching up Steamboat’s corduroy during a ski test is a breathy, “Thank you.” The 84 is a built to be an all-terrain vehicle (between the racy V and freeride Origin lines), with a touch of tip rocker and progressive flex, but it definitely prefers to mach the groomed at eye-watering speeds. That’s not to say it’s impatient, however; it will hold your hand and coach you into a carve if you’re an advanced intermediate. As for the VMT (which made its women’s debut last season in the V frontside carvers), I’m not sure how this homegrown brand in the Vail Valley managed to invent something so groundbreaking, but I do know it works.. In my humble opinion, it unequivocally puts this former pow-ski brand in the big leagues when it comes to edge grip and stability.

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