5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$880.00 $530.00

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This is a 100 mm underfoot Full Carbon mountain destroyer. *** This ski is not for everyone*** You will dictate every turn, on any terrain. This charging ski can give you the edge you have been looking for while you power through crud, drops, pillows, crust, This ski is unique in that it is torsionally stiff with a noticeable soft tail specifically designed for big landings. It has a real wide shovel in the front and a much less aggressive camber than the Noble making this a very unique ski for your quiver.

sizes available: 175cm, 185cm



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Letter_The Knight is a 100mm Full Carbon underfoot powerhouse.   The only laminate we use is carbon it makes our skis perform more consistently and will maintain the flex of the ski for a longer period of time. Key features of the ski include our camber that lets you power through turns on any terrain and a more traditional tip with a soft tail allowing you to take bigger drops on more varied terrain.  At 100 mm underfoot this is a proper hefty freeski but thanks to our unique approach this is a stiffer ski that happens to be light and more maneuverable.  Like all Templar skis this ski was initially designed using Finite Element Analysis to fine tune the ski design and includes a highly torsionally stable semi cap design that improves the ski’s durability. All Templar skis come with the legendary guarantee (if anything breaks you get a new ski – click on the icon below for more info).

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2 reviews for Knight

    5 out of 5


    I’ve had these bad boys for a few years now. They are superb all-mountain skis. The feel and stability is amazing compared to my previous skis.

    5 out of 5


    These skis are insane.

    They are light, powerful, float well, crash through crud and you should try these skis.

    5 out of 5 stars.

    Cannot recommend them more for on or off piste or mountain adventures. Try out the Templar Knights!

    (note I am a free-heeler)


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