Prodigy vs Candide

By Sam Sandiford. 5th November 2021.

 

PRODIGY & CANDIDE: THE DIFFERENCES EXPLAINED

The Prodigy and the CT series are our two twin-tip inspired series. Watch the video above for a better understanding of what type of skier each of these series caters to. All the skis in these series are handmade in Austria using high grade materials, with extra thick edges and bases. Each series also comes in a range of widths suitable for skiing everything from park to all-mountain to backcountry.

Prodigy series

CT series

Made in Austria Made in Austria
High grade materials with extra thick edges and bases High grade materials with extra thick edges and bases
Playful, something to progress with Precision, aggression
More taper in tip and tail; a smaller radius make it easier to turn at lower speeds Longer side cut; more stability at high speeds
Softer tip and tail; more forgiving in difficult conditions Stiffer tip and tail; plough through anything with added stability at higher speeds
More flex in buttering More pop in buttering
Classic mounting point marked; more camber means it will grip quickly on hard snow Newschool mounting point marked: Candide's preference, it has less camber enabling the ski to pivot in all types of snow

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TAKE THE QUIZ

 

THE PRODIGY SERIES

 

 

 

THE CANDIDE THOVEX SIGNATURE SERIES