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The Devastator JR is the ticket for smaller shredders to elevate their skills on hill and in the air! We took the same freestyle all-mountain DNA from the Devastator and shrunk it down for smaller skiers who are looking for the highest quality and real performance, not just a watered down smaller ski. With tips that naturally rise to the surface, you can slash turns, navigate tight trees, and ride away from cliff drops like a pro. When you’re flying down groomers or firm snow you can count on the unwavering edge grip to keep you flowing from turn to turn, top to bottom. Don’t waste your money on other brands' shorter skis, click into a real durable ski, designed to ski fast, charge hard and go big everywhere on the mountain.
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Killer kid ski
We picked up the Dev Jr for our 10 yr old son this year and he is stoked. The ski is stiffer than the Jr ski he was on the last couple of years so he is feeling good about cliff drops and airs. The camber helps the ski carve and the rocker tips and tails make it very maneuverable in the tight spots. I like that the ski has a wood core and is built like a real ski. His buddies want to borrow his skis!
Devastator Jr.'s do it all!
My 12 year old son loved these skis right away. They are super versatile. He has skied the steep and deep, and then is able to go into the park and slide rails, and hit the jump line. So far they are holding up to his abuses well!
Devastator JR. Construction
Ski Construction and Technology
Eliminating deflection, delamination and fractures in the ski tip. These three issues have long plagued the durability of freeride skis due to the abrupt change in snow conditions and tip slap on impact from catching air. The bordering material in a ski tip that joins the core end is most commonly comprised of hard, non-elastic polymers. We began experimentation in our White Room using different grades of Neoprene to withstand the shearing impacts and provide absorption for change in conditions. The result is a dampened feel that calms the ski feel and increases the durability.
We started with clear Aspen and Maple stringers running the length of the ski at min/max tolerance of the binding screw hole pattern. To reduce weight, we eliminated the Maple stringers, making the core 100% clear Aspen and then milling a 4mm x 60cm pocket where the min/max of the binding mount will occur and use clear Maple inserts to support the binding retention without adding all the weight. We rely on carbon stringers to support the tip/tail end of the core where the Maple is no longer present.
Our premium ski base, also known in the industry as a “race base” because it integrates carbon to further strengthen its gliding properties. At 1.3mm this fast, freely gliding and tough carbon base is much more durable than other base material and matches perfectly with our 2mm edge material. The sintering process occurs prior to extrusion, where the the carbon and plastic enter into an extruder in pellet form, therefore individually contributing its own dense properties to the final product.
Semi Cap ABS Sidewall>
Similar to how you construct a sandwich, layers of premium raw material pile high into a 3D cavity that secures the shape outline with an ABS sidewall over edge. The semi cap design provides longevity and durability of the top sheet edge by stepping down from the square edge of the sidewall leaving a smooth 360 degree round-contoured edge perimeter. The exposed sidewall protects the core from moisture while also dampening vibrations.
Devastator JR. Geometry
|LENGTH||147 cm||157 cm|
|TURN RADIUS||15 m||13 m|
|EFFECTIVE EDGE||1230 mm||1245 mm|
MOUNT POINT FROM TAIL
|60 mm||60 mm|
|3 mm||3 mm|
|1130 mm||1230 mm|
|1300 g||1420 g|