The Dream AT exists to chase powder, but was constructed in such a way that you can still ski fast when the snow is not as deep as you’d like. The unique construction keeps it stiff enough to ski when the snow is hard.
The Dream has a progressive tip rocker to help you keep the skis on top of the powder. When you encounter less than ideal conditions the carbon fiber ensures that the ski is torsionally rigid enough to drive an edge and the kevlar adds dampness to the ski and protects the core from rock impacts. Another cool material used in the Dream AT is the basalt stringers that serve to dampen and stiffen. All of these material work in conjunction with the triaxial fiberglass to make a ski that rips the pow. The Dream AT is constructed with a white ash and rocky mountain aspen core. The ash is the lighter and poppier of the two woods and gives the ski its playful feel while keeping it at 1760 grams per ski. The rocky mountain aspen is locally sourced and provides a stiffer, damper ski.
Skis tend to loose their shape over time because they are not allowed to rest for long enough after they are pulled out of the press. Powder factory lets all of their skis rest for at least 8 hours so that the ski has time to lose any residual stresses that were imparted during the pressing process.This means that they will be just as fun and lively years down the road as when you first skied them. The Dream AT is just as hungry for powder as you are and performs like a dream as soon as it gets deep. On the days between the storms it will still have you smiling because you will feel in control as you fly down the mountain on these powderboards.