Product details: Trab Magico 2.0 20/21
The latest generation of skis complete with a new 14-layer control setting. The Trab Magico 2.0 is a ski with the perfect balance - lightweight in ascent and maximum performance in descent, for skiers who want the best in all snow conditions and on all gradients.
Aramide core and 14-layer construction guarantee reliability and lightness. Active progressive flex, hiconnect bridge between edges and a Hibox torsion box for excellent reliability and durability.
• Cap Piuma Quadriaxal
• Differential Core Structure
• Steel Edge 52 52 HCR
• Fiber Plate Support
• Carbon Reinforcement
• Sintered Base
• Edge Radial Finishing
Aramid - Honeycomb Aero Core
Control Flex - Control Progressive Flex
Radius Control - Radius Control Technology
Attivo - Attivo Shock Absorber
Noshock - Active Vibration Control
Hiconnect - High Module Carbon Torsion Control
Duotail - Different Tail Flexibility
Hibox - HMCarbon Torsion Control
HIBOX CARBON TORSION CONTROL
Thin micro-mesh carbon cage (3k) which wraps around the ski providing a definitely higher torsional stiffness (up to 46%). This type of processing aims at giving benefits only to the antitorsional structure without compromising the bending values of the skis.
The radius, along with the flex, help to drive the skier into a turn. An innovative correlation between flex and radius facilitates entry into the turn and improves control and exit from the turn.
HICONNECT STRONG EDGE TO EDGE CONNECTION
In order to maintain the flatness of the ski over time Trab have designed a bridge that connects the two edges internally, in such a way that it is almost impossible to misalign. This special construction means that the edges stay where they should be, even after multiple impacts with hard surfaces like rocks.
NO SHOCK, ACTIVE VIBRATION CONTROL
A band of a special elastomer is placed lengthways between the edges and the internal structure of the ski. At the tip and the tail, the elastomer covers the entire surface of the ski. Its addition creates a cushioning effect that makes the ski more stable and more linear in response to external factors.