For those pint-sized Asher’s-in-training, the 63” Kid’s-Specific Syndicate PRO is
here! The 63” Syndicate PRO combines proven tournament performance with a
kids-specific width profile and forgiving flex pattern. The PRO balances natural
angle creation with consistent and stable turns. Each 63” PRO is handmade made
in the USA, with a 100% carbon fiber lay-up and machined PVC foam core. Give
your kids the ski the pros ride, because future rippers deserve real Syndicate skis.
Narrow Width Profile with Aggressive Tail Taper: Rolls on edge easier to generate massive
amounts of angle.
• Large Tail Bevel for great hold at the finish of the turn. Create high angle turns with
• High Volume Concave: Deep concave helps control speed with quicker deceleration for
tight turns with a tight rope.
• Pre-Flexed Continuous Rockerline: Turn no matter where you stand on the ski.
• Carbon Fiber SpeedSkin: Advanced laminar textured ski base to reduce ski drag &
increase speed, with 20% less ski weight!
• Handmade in Seattle, Washington, USA
The 2018 Syndicate PRO was built for one purpose; To achieve the most angle and hold possible at incredible speeds and the shortest line lengths for the world's top pro skiers. Will Asher, Jon Travers & Nick Adams need a ski that decelerates quickly, turns on a dime and holds the incredible load they generate at 36mph, 41' off as they slingshot into the next buoy.
The Syndicate PRO's narrow width profile with aggressive tail taper turns and rolls on edge easily to generate massive amounts of angle. It's large bevel size in tail results in increased hold at the finish of the turn. This means high angle turns with less blowouts.
A deep concave helps control speed by allowing quicker deceleration for tight turns with a tight rope. The PRO's Pre-Flexed Continuous Rockerline allows the skier to turn predictably no matter where they stand on the ski meaning you need't be perfectly balanced to get the 2018 Syndicate PRO to turn well.
Lastly, by giving the PRO a Torsionally Stiff Flex Pattern, it holds its shape in high load situations for great acceleration at the finish of the turn.