Back for the 2020 with a slight facelift, the Sabre 89 continues to be a true all-mountain ripper. The addition of a carbon weave layered on top of the wood core makes the ski more torsionally rigid and strong compare to the previous models. A flat tail gives you more edge so you can feel confident on hard pack and ice, while the rockered tips keep you floating on soft snow and make for quick maneuverable turns. The 2019 artwork features a Japanese burn technique called Sho Suki Ban creating a drastic contrast between the burned areas and the natural wood grain. So whether you are after style or function the Sabre 89 can over both.