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Our most-loved flat-tail skis


    Where freeski spirit meets precision and stability

    Faction flat-tail skis are making waves, ranking #1 in prestigious ski test rankings for four years running and serving as the trusty steeds for top mountain professionals, from ski patrollers to backcountry guides. Our flat-tails blend freeski DNA with precision performance, so you may carve, slash, smear and soar with ease and confidence - across all terrain, and through any conditions.

    The Faction Collective Flat-Tail Favourites

    The frontside / all-mountain Dancer Series employs two razor-thin sheets of metal for full stability at speed, with elliptical sidecut design to unlock a variety of turn shapes.
    The free-touring Agent Series blends Karuba wood with carbon for easy uphill touring, with emphasis on a bomber downhill experience. The Dancer 2/2X (96mm) and the Agent 3/3X (106mm) feature versatile waist widths for their respective categories, making them perennial favorites for Faction fans and mountain pros. For those seeking a daily driver for the resort, or a reliable trek far off the beaten track, these models come with The Faction Collective's highest stamp of approval.
    "The Dancer 2X is the embodiment of Faction’s forward momentum. Backed by durable Austrian construction powered 100 percent by renewable energy, the Dancer 2X pairs a sustainably-harvested poplar wood core with two full-length, razor-thin sheets of Titanal—perhaps thinner than any other ski in the performance market—balancing stability at top speeds with light weight and playful character. Its unique blend of radius and rocker promotes versatility to ski the entire mountain, in all conditions." 

    The 2023 Faction Agent 3 is a great choice for adventurous freeride skiers looking for a light multi-purpose ski for uphill, downhill, and lift-served applications. Hybrid skis are all the rage these days, and Faction are doing a fantastic job at getting some of their existing technology and shaping into lighter skis that can handle the skin track as well as the wide-open bowls on the way down." 


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