In Depth Staff Reviews:
Liberty Skis: poppy, playful, evolving.
Liberty has enjoyed massive success with their playful, lively, freeride series: the Origins. For years, these do-it-all skis have made a flawless one-ski quiver for western skiers. With the Origins well-established on the freeride scene, Liberty looks to grow their all-mountain/frontside presence with their built-to-rip V Series and the new VMT Evolv.
2020 Liberty Skis Preview: The Origin and Genesis Lines
Liberty revised the men's Origin 106 and women's Genesis 106. They dropped the tip profile on both skis, which will make them easier to turn, but still schmear-y as ever. With a the longer effective edge, they’ll lay trenches better than ever (and they were pretty dang good before). For the big mountain skier, 2020 ... Continue Reading
2019 Liberty Genesis 96 Description:
Back for the 2019 season, the Genesis 96 sports a new rocker profile, but has the same core construction. With slightly less rocker than the previous generations, the Genesis 96 now has greater edge contact making it more versatile in all snow conditions. 20% rocker in the tip and 10% in tails make this ski a no brainer for trees, bumps, and smeared turns all over the mountain, but with additional edge contact you can feel confident on the groomers at any speed. The xcore carbon is made up of bamboo, poplar, paulownia, and carbon creating the perfect balance between strength, liveliness, and stability. Not only can the Genesis handle anything in bounds, but its lightweight package makes it an excellent choice for the backcountry.
2019 Liberty Genesis 96 Specs: