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Megafat: Sublime Powder Ski – Available in 175cm, 185cm and 196cm


This ski was almost a joke. We wanted to know: how fat is ridiculously fat? How fat is too fat? Well, even though this ski pushes out to 151mm underfoot, we still haven’t answered that question. Customers who are brave enough for this ski become fanatical. You won’t find surface area like this ANYWHERE! And in places like the deep powder fields of Japan, it’s all about surface area.

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Are you ready? Let’s get these babies on your feet:


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A full carbon pair of Kingswoods is our most epic set-up. We sandwich our bamboo core between two 500g/m2 carbon fibre sheets, and of course use the same thick edges and base material. The result is a highly-responsive, incredibly stable, yet very light ski (20% lighter). The flex will last forever and the feel is sublime.

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Dimensions: 136/135/151
Sidecut: 27

Dimensions: 175/146/159
Sidecut: 30

Dimensions: 175/151/159
Sidecut: 46

Techy stuff:

A traditional, three-point radius but very little sidecut makes this a floaty, predictable plank for powder. Essentially, we maximised the surface area by minimising the sidecut. This means you can ski deep powder even when it’s not that steep and other people are pushing along with their poles. (Don’t be too smug about it – not everyone is brave enough to buy a pair of Megafats.) Even though it’s EXTRA wide under foot, the tip and tail rocker make it easy to turn.

These skis are made with:

– Bamboo core and sidewalls
– Black sintered bases
– Textured, sublimated topsheet
– Toughened steel edges
– Tri-axial fibreglass


Let me say how blown away I was with the mega fats. So easy to blow over all the brush sticking out and super easy to turn in the tight stuff. Super impressed with how they handled the hard pack too.

Rene, on Megafat, Japan

The mega fat is such a good ski it’s humbling. Exceptional in the pow, even better when it’s variable snow and they carve well enough on piste to rail high speed GS turns. They are my most prized possession.

Sam, on Megafat, Japan

It’s stiff enough to hold its own on the groomed or packed stuff, but where it showed me the most love was in the steep soft stuff, it skied super stable, but when I wanted to scrub speed or throw it round a bit, it let me be in control. I have never seen this in a ski before, normally I find them stiff and unforgiving, or soft and floppy in the steeps, but the Kingswood has the best of both.

Jake, on Megafat

I wish I had these things years ago. We had a pretty low snow pack for Japan but the skis made it so easy to blow over all the brush sticking out and super easy to turn in the tight stuff.

Rene, on Megafat, Japan

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