Augment All Mountain 77 Titanal

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Augment All Mountain 77 Titanal

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The AUGMENT All Mountain AM77 is a real SUV (sports utility vehicle) for all mountains. Built to delight all piste-oriented skiers at a full range of speeds.

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The AUGMENT AM 77 is handcrafted in Austria in our factory with a racing heritage, using full sandwich layup and materials: laminated poplar wood core, full phenomic sidewalls, titanal and prepreg composite layers, racing edges and graphite racing base.

Its single radius is sidecut to provide precision and predictability at all speeds. Just select the right length to match your skiing style or use our ski-fitting app to find the best ski lengths and flex.

AUGMENT AM77’s width of 77mm under foot provides extra float making the AUGMENT AM77 the perfect ski for the groomed slopes covered with soft snow and for the warm sunny spring days.

The AUGMENT AM77 is a fantastic all-mountain ski for your March ski holiday in Courmayeur, Italy. If you are looking for an all terrain ski like the Audi S4, the AUGMENT AM77 is the one for you.

SpecificationsAll Mountain 77 Titanal
Length159 / 167 / 175 cm
Radius14 / 15,5 / 16,5 m
Sidecut121,5 / 77 / 107,5 mm
LayupPCM (Prepreg Compression Moulding), Sandwich, Full Sidewall Torsion Frame
Stiffness1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10
TopsheetPolyamid / Micro cap / Tip protector
CorePoplar / Titanal
SidewallsPhenolic
EdgesSteel race
BasePtex graphine race

All Mountain

The Augment all-mountain skis are designed to deal competently with snow conditions all over the mountain

Beginner

The best way to learn to ski is to have the right equipment supporting your learning on the slopes. Right skis help you enjoy the mountains fully

Intermediate

The AUGMENT skis for the skiers who can enjoy confidently red and blue slopes with using parallel turns

Carving

The sidecut geometry causes your ski to bend into an arc, and the ski naturally follows this arc shape to produce a turning motion.