2021 Liberty Evolv 84

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Drahtguy Kevin: This new ski for 2021 follows in the footsteps of the Evolv 90 and 100 with a smooth and predictable ride. Getting the ski on edge and into the turn is a snap. The tip is a tad softer than some of the other ~80mm skis available. That is a good thing, because this is more than a wide carver: it wants to go all over the hill and can do so. The flex and strong tail make for an exhilarating experience no matter the snow conditions. Liberty has another winner.

Insider tip: If caught between sizes, go longer. This ski will take care of you.​

Philpug: Liberty just keeps working with the same formula with their lines and expanding them and gosh darn it, it is working. They introduced the Evolv 90 and 100 last year and hit it out of the park with then and for this year they add a 110 and a mainstream Evolv 84 which is good enough to be the fountation of a solid two ski quiver..with say an Origin 106? Like it's big brother the Evolv 90, the 84 stays planted on the snow and makes beauitiful round turns. Liberty just keeps earning our testers respect with their skis.

Insider tip: Trust the ski, it will do exactly what you expect it to do.​
 
Who is it for?
This would make a great travel ski or narrower end of a Western two-ski quiver.
Who is it not for?
Skiers looking for a wide carving ski will miss the fun staying on the groomed with this ski.
Skier ability
Intermediate, Advanced, Expert
Ski category
Frontside, All Mountain
Ski attributes
Groomers, Moguls, Off Piste
Segment
Men

Specifications

HighFives
Available sizes
165, 172, 179, 186
Dimensions
126-84-110
Rocker profile
Camber with tip rocker
Construction design
All new
Binding options
Flat
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WVC7

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Is the 84 that much better on hard snow to make of for loss of versatility you have in 90?
 

Philpug

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Is the 84 that much better on hard snow to make of for loss of versatility you have in 90?
Really, that might depend on expections. If you want one ski to do most everything, the 90 could be the better choice. If you have a two ski quiver, the 84 plus a wide ski could make more sense. There are also people who just prefer a versatile ski in this waist range for them this is a great alternative.
 

fraojam

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Hi Guys! So I am trying to pick between the Evolv 84, the v82, or the Brahma 82. I'm 6'1" 210 advance/expert aggressive all mountain/frontside high speed carver and I like to play in the mogul fields from time to time and I ski predominately 7 Springs, PA and Snowshoe, WV. I have been skiing the Nordica Fire Arrow 76 and nrgy90 the past few years and I enjoy skiing the Fire Arrows more so the the nrgy 90 which I over power and have too much tip rocker for my liking. I am leaning v82 but was wondering how the 3 skis compare to each other.

Thanks
 

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