A revolutionary new way of Snowboarding.
Or standing sideways and carving down the mountain... We are believers in freedom. You can call it whatever you want.
ONESKI has produced a revolutionary new product that allows you to turn your skis into a snowboard "like", carving machine. We have been working with a dedicated team of engineers and athletes to refine and perfect our design over the past three years. The result is a product that has been tested and approved by not one but two Olympic Alpine snowboarder's and is now available for you to enjoy.
We are committed to providing innovative and high-quality products that will make your snowboarding experience's better than ever. Feel the freedom.
2x stronger than
WHAT IS THIS THING?
TURN YOUR SKIS INTO A DYNAMIC
TURN POWDER SKIS INTO A DYNAMIC
For the perfect tune, goofy
or regular footed.
The ONESKI Magnesium plate works with all skis, as well as any type of snowboard binding. You can ride with soft boots or hard boots.
Goofy and regular footed riders are both welcome.
The Magnesium plate has a derby track sliding function, allowing the skis below to flex freely with ZERO flat spots, from a chunk of Magnesium that is mounted to the skis.
The pair of ONESKI derbies below the Magnesium plate also have a derby track sliding function, similar to a Skis derby.
The Magnesium plate has a sliding system that you can choose front, back, left side or right side of the Magnesium plate to slide or lock. The locks are the location the skis will pivot around, essentially.
The pair of ONESKI mounting plates below the Magnesium plate are also able to pick front or back to slide or lock. (Not side to side). This function provides the perfect asymmetrical flex, out of your equipment.
If you want a standard Derby system which is front or back to slide or lock it is entirely up to you the rider. To see this click here.
There are two ways to mount the ONESKI Magnesium plate.
1. Use the ONESKI derby.
2. Use the derby already on your "RACE" ski.
2. Derby already on your race ski (Coming soon after launch).