Augment Sport Carver

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Augment Sport Carver

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This ski is our most versatile on piste ski and available in different turning radiuses and flexes. Don’t let the classic elegance cheat. Thanks to AUGMENT SC’s versatility you can see many ski teachers using AUGMENT SC both in their work and free time.

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The AUGMENT SC provides serious grip on the icy double black slopes in La Thuile, Italy to charge full speed with long carving turns. The ski is also enjoyable on the red and blue slopes in Hintertux, Austria.

And as a real one-quiver resort ski the AUGMENT SC will put a smile on your face on the challenging piste conditions with moguls surrounded by soft snow covered icy patches in L’Argentiere, Chamonix, France on sunny spring days.

If you are looking for a totally versatile ski, the AUGMENT SC is your choice.

As with all AUGMENT skis, AUGMENT SC’s full sandwich layup and materials are directly inherited from the FIS Alpine World Cup circuit including laminated poplar/ash wood core, double titanal and prepreg composite layers phenolic side walls, racing edges and base. All skis are handcrafted in our own ski factory in Stuhlflelden, Pinzgau, Austria.

Contact our AUGMENT dealers for your ski fitting or use our ski-fitting app to find out the perfect length, stiffness and plate setup for your needs.

SpecificationsSport Carver SC
Length162 / 170 / 176 cm
Radius13,5 / 15 / 17.5 m
LayupPCM (Prepreg Compression Moulding), Sandwich, Full Sidewall Torsion Frame
Stiffness1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10
TopsheetPolyamid / Micro cap / Tip protector
CoreAsh / Poplar / Titanal
EdgesSteel race
BasePtex graphit race


The Augment skis used on the black, red and blue slopes


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


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


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