The Faction Candide .5 junior skis are designed for junior shredders. It’s a perfectly balanced twin tip making it perfect for park progression combined with a firm flex and slightly wider waist for hammering groomers, crud busting and powder skiing. The Faction Candide 0.5 Junior Skis are stacked with the same materials and construction as adult skis, for all those junior riders that are looking more and more like little Candide.
- LENGTH: 105, 115, 125, 135, 145, 155, 165CM
- RADIUS: 13M
- WEIGHT: 1100 grams per ski
- TIP: 108MM
- WAIST: 79MM
- TAIL: 100MM
DESIGNED BY CANDIDE, THE CT 0.5 IS STACKED WITH THE SAME MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION AS OUR ADULT SKIS, FOR ALL THOSE JUNIOR RIDERS THAT ARE LOOKING MORE AND MORE LIKE LITTLE CANDIDE’S EVERY DAY. FULL STRENGTH SIDEWALLS AND ANTI-CHIP MICRO-CAP CONSTRUCTION OFFER UNRIVALLED SAFETY AND DURABILITY ON THE MOUNTAIN AND IN THE CAR PARK. A POPLAR/BEECH SANDWICH CORE UNITED WITH FLAT CAMBER UNDERFOOT AND ROCKER IN THE TIP AND TAIL MEANS THIS SKI IS FUN TO RIDE AND PROGRESS IN ALL CONDITIONS, WHETHER THAT’S WHIPPING ‘ROUND A FIRST 360 OR OVERTAKING YOU DOWN THE BUMP LINE.
Die-cut Ptex 3000 bases
Tip rocker rises 5mm over 390mm
Tail rocker rises 5mm over 370mm
Flex 7 out of 10
A considerably skinnier tail width than in the tip provides ultimate downhill performance for attacking the mountain. A twin tip in the tail encourages playfulness and freestyle attitude, meaning you can ride switch without problem.
Create a reasonably light ski that grips great and feels snappy between turns - always maintaining a soft enough flex to pop, slash and butter all over the mountain.
Underfoot for manoeuvrability, quick pivots and slashes.
With micro-cap, the sandwich construction provides awesome edge hold and torsional stability while the ski’s topsheet wraps around and meets the sidewall, protecting the fragile join that can be prone to chipping.
Surf Zone tech unites Rocker and Tip Taper design to make sure these two key features work in harmony. Rocker provides float and facilitates pivoting, while a Tapered Tip moves the widest part of the ski closer to the centre and removes unwanted hooking.