Backcountry skiers know the descent is the sweet reward at the end of a long journey, and the path to get there is up, with a lot of elevation and probably a few kick turns along the way. We know that most of your day will be spent getting to the top, and we want to make sure the journey is worth it, because first and foremost, we are skiers. That’s why we designed the Zero G with Carbon Drive 2.0 technology to deliver a lighter skin uphill and as much, if not more, performance on the downhill. Athlete feedback also helped us specifically design the sidecut and running surface for improved performance at specific waist widths. Delivering uphill efficiency and downhill performance, the Zero G line is Austrian engineering at its greatest.
PERFECT BALANCED FLEX
The Trueblend Tour Woodcore has a specific design with two different density areas: the stronger center, which guarantees maximum support, edge grip and stability underfoot; a softer tip to tackle all snow conditions with the same level of performance; and a supportive tail for higher confidence downhill.
We use a specific blend of woods to deliver perfect flex for light touring requirements.
Paulownia offers an unbeatable strength-to-weight ratio, while poplar gives high energy performance without sacrificing durability.
The unidirectional carbon fiber chassis offers perfect torsional strength and forgiving flex for downhill performance. The result: a ski that is not too stiff or strong, but reliable in all touring conditions.
Zero G LT 80 is a ski ready to face different kinds of snow and slope conditions.
Radius for maximum ease and no hooking.
Modern Light Touring: 80 mm
WEIGHT: 980 gr
Zero G LT 80 (171)
New hybrid pawlonia Trueblend Woodcore
150g lighter than the Zero G 085
EARLY RISE TIP
For additional versatility in mixed snow conditions.
For safety in chutes and maximum stability but that is reliable in all of the different touring conditions.
The Carbon Drive 3.0 is empowered by two underfoot carbon reinforcements.
The carbon reinforcements are two edge-to-edge layers of bi-direction carbon fiber placed in the binding mounting areas, in order to provide:
The Carbon Drive 3.0 is the technology upgrade of the Carbon Drive 2.0 technology: a full length 3D shaped unidirectional carbon fiber chassis running through the entire length of the ski, combined with an ultra-light pawlonia woodcore (Zero G 85, 95) or ISO/BEECH/POPPLAR core (Zero G 105): this combination guarantees a super lite construction keeping the necessary structure for performance.
Ensures optimal torsional rigidity and flex, placing the carbon in those area where it is really needed.
CARBON DRIVE 2.0 VS CARBON DRIVE 3.0
The new Carbon Drive has been placed below the fiberglass + carbon layer
Review of the carbon chassis shape to provide less rigidity in tip and tails
Carbon Drive 3.0 Benefits:
Weighing under 1,000 grams, the Zero G LT 80 lets you climb and skin more efficiently than ever.
The meticulous carbon fiber construction delivers unprecedented downhill performance—making this ski the best companion for ski mountaineers, mountain guides, and ski touring enthusiasts alike.