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2012-2013 Coreupt Slasher | Blister Gear Review

Ski: 2012-2013 Coreupt Slasher, 187cm

Dimensions (mm): 131-112-128

Sidecut Radius: 20 meters

Boot / Bindings: Rossignol Experience Sensor 130 / Rossignol FKS 140 XXL’s (DIN at 9)

Mount Location: -1cm from recommended

Test Location: Taos Ski Valley, San Juan and Sangre De Christo backcountry

Days skied: 5

[Editor’s Note: Smaller ski companies get to enjoy lots of indie cred, but they also have to figure out how to make a go of it financially in an already crowded market place. This past week, Coreupt announced that it was going to be going through a financial restructuring, which is simply the latest example of just how difficult the path is for smaller, new companies.

We don’t know what this will ultimately mean for Coreupt, but we do know this: we’ve been reviewing the Coreupt Slasher, these skis can now be found at a discounted price, and we want to let you know whether the Slasher now represents a deal that you should jump on. Garrett Altmann reports.]

Founded in 2008, Coreupt is a relatively new company that was started by French freeskiing champion Guerlain Chicherit. With a line of freestyle & freeride skis, fresh outerwear, Coreupt definitely has a progressive lineup of freeskiing goods. For the 2012-13 season, the progression has continued with the introduction of the Slasher, a remarkably fun and playful ski for soft conditions and big drops.

The Slasher is the second-generation Richard Permin pro-model, intended for backcountry jibbing, hucking, and, of course, slashing. The design comes from Permin’s former pro-model, Born to Drop, which features traditional camber with a powder-friendly backcountry rocker.

My first runs on the Slasher were on the groomer, Powderhorn, at Taos. As I usually do with any new skis, I only waxed them and didn’t detune the edges. Conditions were firm and a bit icy due to sustained high winds, but the Slasher was able to perform large, relatively stable carves. The sharp edges became an issue only when initiating and transferring my weight between turns. Otherwise, the factory recommended mount point felt appropriate for initiating short-swing slalom turns, as well as driving longer-radius carves.

After a couple of test runs, I detuned the tips and tails to a point about 2-3” before the start of the rockered sections. The skis felt less catchy following this standard adjustment, but still didn’t feel completely comfortable on hardpack. Perhaps this was because the ski is relatively large at 112mm underfoot, but I also think this was the result of the hybrid construction, which appeared to be a fiberglass cap atop a vertically laminated wood core. The Slasher didn’t dampen vibrations all that well, but it did maintain a beefy, traditional-camber flex.

The next day, an advancing storm blanketed Taos with 17” of fresh (see our Taos trip report). For a mid-March squall, the snow was deep and surprisingly blower. As our crew headed down a groomer toward lift 2, I noticed that the Slasher felt a better than it had yesterday, now that there was some forgiving snow on top of the hardpack.

I saw some untracked on the shoulder of the run, carried my speed, and was able to crank a surf-like slash in the perfect pow. The Slashers now felt very much at home, and I headed up Lift 2 to access the Ridge.

Garrett Altmann, West Basin, Taos Ski Valley. (© Ryan Heffernan)

For their size, the carrying weight of the Slasher felt very light during the hike up to the ridge, though I was also using my relatively light Rossignol FKS 140 bindings. (I think the Slashers mounted with FKS’s on a pair of next years Green Mountain Freeride Cast or MFD plates would make for a pretty ideal setup for shorter tours.)

Upon cresting the ridge atop Juarez, we could see that Kachina Peak was socked in, so opted to descend the Kitchen Wall and head toward North Chute. Conditions looked pristine. As a window of light illuminated a steep pocket in the trees, I dropped in to find more than 20 inches of blower had accumulated. These first turns were absolute heaven.

Garrett Altmann, Kitchen Wall, Taos Ski Valley.

Throughout the day, the Slasher’s tip rocker allowed for surf-like floatation, and the camber underfoot allowed for immediate response and directional control. The narrower waist of the Slasher (112mm compared with 125 on the Born to Drop) also helped with this. When transitioning from high-speed slarves into speed-controlling slashes, the ski’s weight and BC rocker profile worked harmoniously. This proved especially useful for negotiating trees, as well as initiating speed checks for cliff drops, which is where I found the Slasher to shine brightest.

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CoreUPT The KR

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Геометрия:

112-79-105

Радиус бокового выреза:

20m

Ростовки:

173, 183

Сайт производителя:

http://www.coreupt.com/

Особенности конструкции:

Shape

  • Proportionality: CoreUPT.com has decided to maintain the original proportions of each of its pro-model skis, and so slightly alters the dimensions of each ski depending on its length. Whatever size you may be, you always ride the exact skis our riders have designed!
  • Twin: A perfectly symmetrical shape for a 100% freestyle ride. Just as good riding regular or fakie.
  • Flat tail: CoreUPT.com

Wood Core

  • To give you unrivalled strength and durability, CoreUPT.com skis are made from silver birch wood (10mm laminated timber).
  • Symmetrical sandwich construction: The combination of a wood core and ABS bi-density sidewalls, brings you lively and powerful skis.
  • Bi-density reinforced sidewalls: Bi-density reinforced ABS sidewalls absorb impacts for an aggressive ride.

Fibre

  • Tri-axial fibre: For optimum grip and a better longditudinal flex. You’ll be just as comfortable freeriding as in the park!
  • Anti-pop-out under-foot plate: CoreUPT.com wants to help you protect your equipment. This system considerably reduces the risk of your bindings popping out.
  • Top sheet: For the ultimate in style and to keep the graphics of your skis in perfect condition, CoreUPT.com has chosen a back printed top sheet.

The Finishing Touches

  • Edges: 90 degree angle, perfect for cutting up the mountain.
  • Stone finished: Stone finished cross structure for a super fast base no matter what the conditions.
  • Ski piercing: Here at CoreUPT.com our skis are pierced with a 3.5mm wide drill bit, to a depth of 8mm. A drop of glue is added to guarantee water tightness.
  • Wax: CoreUPT.com has chosen VOLA© to wax your skis.

Описание производителя:

The KR: The Kevin Rolland signature series is the specific ski KR uses when he pulls double cork 1260’s in the superpipe. Oh, what, you can’t pull off the double cork 12? KR is also a powerful, precise ski for bombing around the mountain.

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