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 Lumberjack Description:
When it gets steep and deep, trust in the Lumberjack. Majesty makes big, playful skis better than just about anybody, and the Lumberjack is their powder-crushing masterpiece. A 120mm waist, massive 155mm tip, and generous 300mm of rocker at both tip and tail combine to make this backwoods beast virtually unsinkable. Flat camber underfoot helps make each turn effortless and surfy, initiating lightning-quick turns at the speed of thought. The medium-soft flex further dials up the playfulness, with a light and lively poplar/ash wood core providing energy and pop. Oh, and these skis are gorgeous to look at, with the natural wood grain topsheet and stylized lumberjack drawing. Because you might as well look awesome while you're crushing untracked powder lines.
2019 Majesty Lumberjack Specs: