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Skis made in Tunisia...???

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
We've just taken delivery of some of the new Reverend skis from G3, and I was somewhat taken back to find made in Tunisia on the bases...

I know that one of the designers of the G3 gear was ex the late Tua ski design team, but who is behind the Tunisian factory? Are they also making other brands or just G3?

The skis BTW are great, we've had a few days out on them in our early powder, fitted with Fritschi freerides they look like being a fun ski for touring and off piste. They are very soft in the tip, yet fairly stiff behind the binding, so we are hoping they will float well at the front and provide support when the skiiers weight settles back..

Aloha from Whistler, BC
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