The Radar Vapor Lithium may not be Radar’s top of the range model anymore, but that doesn’t mean much, because it hasn’t changed much, still remaining every bit the high end comp ski it has always been. Thanks to its rockerline the Vapor shape, provides greater direction and turn out of the buoy, for quicker transitions for one edge to the next, while also allowing the ski to maintain it’s staple of generating and holding high amounts of speed. Adding depth to the concave also allowed Vapor to generate more lift and support and greater drive to the edges of the ski. Another addition was CorFlex, a rippled tip that creates both an impact absorption point and a loading point at the top of your cut to help pivot out of turns. Topping all of this off is it’s traditional core construction with a PVC core and a 100% carbon laminating, allowing the ski to remain stiff and pull out of turns quick, while keeping light underfoot, providing the ultimate performance ski.