This ski is capable of aggressive carving on groomed surfaces. Very nimble handling considering its burly construction and high-strength materials.  Very controlled rebound and edgefeel with plenty of pop and security on-demand. Very high quality and performance.  Kevan Beane has targeted the twintip of his lineup to hit the intended purpose very nicely.

Eric Edelstein
Model tested: FR TWIN 174/184

First turns impressions were “easy handling”, “no learning curve”, “super friendly do-it-all ski for everyone. The Rip’nWud Freeride Carve goes from piste to fluff with no transition anxiety….it just goes where you point it and doesn’t flinch as it goes from groomed surfaces to soft, fluffy side trail sections. The more you turn it, it responds and holds. Large radius – no problem. Tighten the turn – no problem. Vibrations on harder surfaces – NON. Navigation in fluffy surfaces – No effort. Great all-around, high-quality, handsome ski for any condition. A great first-choice for a one-quiver ski.

Eric Edelstein
Model tested: FRC 167/177

Superb sensations last Sunday, especially in powder (…) I was also amazed by the versatility combined with a super performance in deep powder or even while making small turns on the slopes. Needless to say that the skis are GORGEOUS! Looking forward for the next experience.

Model tested : FRC

I am completely delighted with my FRC skis (…) In all conditions, they surprise me: powder, ice, mixed snow … their stability at high speed on hard snow is incredible!

Model tested:  FRC 177

Your skis are wonderful, just wow, wow, wow!

Model tested:  FRC 177

Thank you so much for the ski care. The boards are indeed new again including the top!


We did two wonderful off pistes on Les Diablerets today and the skis were wonderful . Complimenti!