Not for the faint hearted, the Milo can pretty much go anywhere at warp speed. In fact we found it didn’t really like to hang about, and at lower speeds, or when skied in a non-aggressive manner, the Milo seems to switch off, and just becomes cumbersome deadweight on your feet. However in the right hands, or should that be on the right feet these things are awesome. Women looking for a ski that can shred lines all morning, stomp powder landings at lunch and hit the park in the afternoon could do a lot worse than getting a pair of these.
Width Under Foot: 95mm
Turn Radius: n/a
Terrain: All Mountain
Jay Earles takes us through some of the 2010 Amplid range:
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