Introducing Faction Ski's 2017/18 Lineup

Versatile and Innovative, With a Ski for Everyone

Today, Faction - one of the last independent ski companies - shapes skis trusted by notorious rippers like Candide Thovex, Johnny Collinson, 15-year-old phenom Kelly Sildaru, and many others. But they're also trusted by everyday skiers who want the best skis to help them level up in the park, resort or off-piste.

With winter fever already here, Faction's 2017/18 skis are ready for the snow to fly. Voted #1 Park Ski by Freeskier magazine, the CT Series is back along with the Prodigy, Dictator, and Women's Series. New this season is the award-winning Prime Series, a lightweight ski that is stable at high speeds and in technical terrain. 

From all-mountain and backcountry skiing to freestyle and freeride, each series of skis are available in four different widths, allowing you to select the perfect ski for the terrain you're after. 

Candide Thovex (CT) Series - The award-winning CT is a great freestyle ski, with a poplar beech core and a carbon layer underfoot. Available in junior sizes.   

Prodigy Series - The Prodigy ski is sturdy and versatile - great for any type of rider. It is made of a responsive poplar/beech core that can stand any terrain.  

Dictator Series - The Dictator is a race ski with a freestyle shape. Designed with speed in mind, these skis have a paulownia/poplar wood core with titanal metal sheets on either side. 

Prime Series - The new addition to the faction family, the prime series is lightweight, yet solid. These skis have a lightweight, hybrid basla flex core and textreme carbon that gives the ski stability. 

Each of the above series is available in varying widths. 

Women's Series - Full range of responsive, high-performance twin tips. 

  • Ambit - Twin tip, park ski. 
  • Heroine - All-mountain, cambered ski with tip and tail rocker. 
  • Prodigy W - All around ski. Emphasis on all-mountain, powder snow. 
  • Supertonic - Big mountain ski of choice. For all types of snow. 
About Faction Skis

Twelve years on and although everything has changed, not much really has. Having been at the driving end of new technologies like super fat skis, rocker, lightweight hybrid cores, recycled materials, symmetrical twin tips and a nod back to traditional, hand-crafted manufacturing techniques, the industry is still the same.

It's the independents who are leading the way. Led by skiers who work for the love of the community they are part of. 

And that's exactly who we are. An independent group of skiers, artists, film-makers, staff, partners and fans that has grown over the past 12 years to more than just a sum of its parts, united by a love for the mountains and the tools that allow us to escape there. 

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