WORLD'S MOST EXPENSIVE SKIS
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
What is the most expensive skis in the world?
If you enjoy hitting the slopes,
you know just how expensive a brand new pair of skis can cost. But just how much
would you really be willing to fork over for a pair of skis? Especially a pair
of skis that might not even live up to their hype?
Those skis are Carradan Skis, which actually offer
four different models of expensive skis, and all of them could be contenders for
the title of “World’s Most Expensive Skis.” The four models include both the
Diamondback and the Envy, both of which retail for $12,000. There are two even
pricier models – the Mamba and the Lust, which both sell for $19,000.
Even though these four models may come with
different price tags, they all are made the same way, which gives them their
costly price tag. The first feature is the FLEX:2 which absorbs the impact when
you’re actually hitting the slopes. And the second feature is the CRYO:2
process, which is said to prevent the skis from warping with its Coriolis Core,
and it’s also this process that is said to strengthen the skis.
However, these claims may not be completely legit,
as it’s been found that the maker of the skis, Simon Carradan, is actually Simon
Brodie, who has proven to have less than legal business practices in the past.
Should these skis also turn out to really be good to be true, the title of
“World’s Most Expensive Skis” would go to the FC08 skis, which are a result of
the collaboration between Ferrari and the skiing mogul, Dynaster. These skis are
mostly known for their lightweight carbon construction, as well as their
Autodrive Fluid technology, which helps to provide greater stability.
Should you want to strap the Ferrari name to your
feet, it will cost you 2,500 euros, which is about $3,500 USD.
Ferrari Skis By Dynastar