The All-New Prime Series from Faction Skis

Taking Backcountry Skiing to a Higher Level of Awesome

Thursday, October 26, 2017 — Developed by professional skier Sam Anthamatten and engineer Patrick Sannes, the goal behind the Prime Series was to develop a ski that was both lightweight and stable. This brand new, award-winning series is solid enough for technical, high-speed descents and varying snow conditions. Built with a lightweight, hybrid balsa flex core and textreme carbon, these skis make for an easy way up and a confident, fun way down. 

Prime 1.0

With a long ascent in tow, the Prime 1.0 is your go-to. Perfect for laying it over on edge and going arc to arc at high speeds, yet the generous tip and tail rocker keep it controlled when things get tight. 

Prime 2.0 - Backcountry Gear Guide Select

Perfect isn't an exaggeration when it comes to the Prime 2.0. The lightweight ski is both responsive and torsionally rigid, excelling at high speeds and conquering technical terrain. 

Prime 3.0 - Freeskier Editor's Pick, Backcountry Gear Guide Select, Skier's Choice 2018 Powder Mag

With a trifecta of awards, the Prime 3.0 is a standout when it comes to backcountry skis that can handle any type of terrain. The progressive shape and extended tail rocker allow you to snap arcs and tackle whatever conditions come your way.

Prime 4.0 - Fall-Line Ski of The Year

Developed alongside Swiss ski legend Sam Anthamatten, the Prime 4.0 is designed to conquer technical ascents and descents without compromise. Being the widest ski in the series, the 4.0 floats on freshies and rips through crud. 

Prime 1.0 Top Sheet
Prime 1.0 Base
Prime 2.0 Top Sheet
Prime 2.0 Base
Prime 3.0 Top Sheet
Prime 3.0 Base
Prime 4.0 Top Sheet
Prime 4.0 Base