The Buck Naked Pro
The BuckNaked Pro is the first ski designed by Harrison Buck as part of the BNC. The BNP is a big mountain monster. With camber underfoot, rocker tip and tail and aspen / maple core, it is designed to blast big, open, high altitude bowls with ease. In softer snow conditions it is a daily driver for big western mountains. It features a fish tail which is designed to allow the rider to “manual” like a bike, if you need to pop up and over stumps, rocks or small trees. The fish tail is on the rocker tail and only engages when in deep snow, other wise is it just plain cool looking. Camber underfoot keeps you locked-in in variable terrain and conditions, big rocker tip and rocker tail enable you to disengage and make quick decisions and smear turns. Electric salmon top sheet means you’ll see it in deep snow, and it shows up great on camera. Bottom line, this ski rips. When yo need to have confidence in what’s underfoot so you can enjoy the terrain in front of you, this ski is for you.
With art from @sorta_intersting and a dark stained sidewall, these skis are sure to grab as much attention in the lift line as they do when you are shredding the gnar!
"They do everything I want them to, they far exceeded my already high expectation"
- Harrison Buck (pictured on one of those deeper days)
Meet Harrison Buck and the inspiration behind the Buck Naked, More footage of the ski in action here.
|Vitals (mm)||tip: 148
On our semi custom skis we use a standard flex pattern, which is appropriate for most skiers. The flex pattern for this ski has been designed to match the overall design of this ski and to provide a smooth and responsive feel for the ski
The laminates are the main structural component of our skis. All of our semi custom skis come with our frontside lay up. Built with three layers of Vectorply triaxial fiberglass, this lay up prioritizes dampness and stability while still maintaining a low swing weight.