Plates

Each plate has its specific ski and specialty indication; that’s why we recommend them in optimal synergy with the various ski models.

Piastra x1

Race plate constructed with a special high-resistance polymer, fully CNC machined.

This innovative plate has been designed based on a front-to-back thickness difference and lightening in optimal positions for an ideal dynamic response. The thickness difference has been studied to optimize the ramp angles between boot-binding and ski, minimizing the use of lifters only for fine-tuning.

The mounting system, thanks to grains placed laterally on the plate, can be adjusted, allowing for modulated response and perfect adaptation without having to disassemble the bindings.

The four possible positions, and thus the variation of binding points, lead to different impulse transmission and ski response during deformation. This allows the athlete to further customize the ski-binding-plate package. The plate is available in two versions: pre-drilled for the supplied binding or to be drilled to combine with any type of binding.

The unique shape has been designed to optimize its dynamic performance, while the lightening has been studied at crucial points with the goal of optimizing ski deformation and precision in perfect alignment with the impulses given by the athlete.

Plate AP1

Plate divided into two parts, lightweight and flexible. Thanks to its shape and fastening system, it allows the ski to deform freely with minimal effort from the skier.

Thickness is 11 mm both at the front and rear .

Plate AP2

The plate is divided into two parts, with the front part being higher (14 mm) and composed of two elements. The lower part provides support for a special silicone thickness that gets compressed by the upper part during ski deformation.

The resulting benefit is a dynamic and progressive response provided by the special silicone material.

The rear part is 11 mm, and this difference in thickness is functional to achieve the ideal ramp angle (the angle of the boot sole relative to the snow surface).

Plate AP3

Plate with a front and rear part composed of two elements, one being the containment element and the other being the sliding element (similar to the front part AP2).
The composition of these two parts, front and rear, allows this plate to have ideal deformability while maintaining optimal elastic return during edge change.

Plate AP4

The structure is that of the AP2 plate, to which the front stabilizer is added, allowing for an additional vibration damping function.

The unique feature of this stabilizer is that it is constructed in a way perfectly similar to the ski, with a wooden core covered with composite materials, carbon, and flax.

This innovative construction leads to an ideal coupling between the ski and the stabilizer, which are built consistently and homogeneously to eliminate any disadvantages generated by different material combinations.

Plate AP5

The structure is identical to the AP4 with the addition of the rear stabilizer. This combination further enhances vibration damping capabilities, particularly in high-speed conditions and varying track conditions.

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