In Depth Staff Reviews:
By: Matt McDonald
Wood cores and woodgrain topsheets. Handcrafted skis. Sick topsheets. A vibe that feels both premium and niche. Majesty profiles as one of those smallish brands that freeride skiers love. And the lineup of 2020 Majesty skis certainly gets us hot 'n bothered.
The Dirty Bear has been probably the most recognized ski in the collection for the last few seasons, profiling as a full-camber, twin-tipped all mountain freestyle ski. Next to the Superior, the Supernova, and the all-new Rogue, it fills out an impressive collection of freeride options.
Dirty Bear and Superior highlight the freeski collection of all-mountain twin tips.
The all-new Rogue threads the needle as a 100mm-waisted ski perfect for skiing everywhere on the mountain anywhere ... Continue Reading
2019 Majesty Dirty Bear Description:
Majesty's award-winning Dirty Bear has a reputation to uphold. While it has the same burly, playful DNA found in all Majesty skis, the Dirty Bear adds an all-mountain versatility that's unmatched in the Polish brand's galaxy. A 99mm waist and 6/10 flex (not too soft, not too stiff) combine with 150mm of rocker at both tip and tail to provide slashy, surfy turns in soft snow. Meanwhile, a wood core made of poplar and ash delivers power and pop on firmer surfaces. Whether you're carving steep corduroy, meadow-skipping through glades, or risking it all in the park, the Dirty Bear is your perfect companion. That's what makes it an ideal Colorado daily driver--and why we have a Dirty Bear set aside at the shop for our gear experts to ski all winter long.
2019 Majesty Dirty Bear Specs:
|Rocker:||All Mountain Rocker|