Elan Skis introduced its latest Playmaker skis. The two-ski series blends a directional freeride ski with a bi-directional freestyle ski featuring a 3D construction with carbon rods for a lightweight pop and power, enhanced by the skis surf rocker with Dual Float Technology delivering bi-directional floatation from the right amount of tip and tail turn-up from a 3D trapezoid shape.

As new skis for the 2023/24 season, both skis are constructed through sustainable practices from start to finish, reducing ten percent of materials with its 3D shape and inter-production recycling with excess materials from other construction processes. Furthermore, the graphics use a digital process that reduces volatile organic compound waste. All of this happens in Elan’s factory in the Slovenian Alps, which runs 100 percent on green energy.

“The Playmaker fills a void we have been missing in our collection,” said Product Manager Klarisa Veselic. “We didn’t just want to be another twin tip on the slopes; we were intentional about retaining the trust and confidence gained from freeride performance, but translating that into a playful freestyle ski with a lot of pop and power.”

The unisex Playmaker comes in two widths

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