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« Number one, » « gold medal, » and « first place » all bring to mind the FactionCandide CT 1.0 Skis. Sporting a fresh topsheet, the latest CT 1.0 retains all the technology and performance you’ve become accustomed to. Prepared to rip rails on a daily basis, the 2.5mm edges dampen hits while providing excellent edge control. Speaking of dampening, the carbon reinforcement transfers impact throughout the entirety of the ski and provides a feeling of confidence at speed. Nimble at it’s core and built to push your boundaries, the micro-cap construction keeps the Faction CT 1.0 Skis chip-free. Arguably the best ski in the world named after the best skier in the world definitely says something, and this ski lives up to all the hype.



Rocker / Camber / Rocker – 320mm rocker in the tip, 3mm camber underfoot, and 310mm in the tail.


Stiff Flex – 7/10 – Designed to provide bite and stability in steep terrain and variable snow.


Symmetrical Shape – Designed to handle identically forward and switch.


Poplar/Beech Wood Core – Great hold on hard snow with a light and snappy feel.


Carbon Reinforcement Underfoot


Sandwich Construction – Used on most of Faction’s skis. A traditional manufacturing method that provides strength, durability, good grip, and edge hold. Rubber is used to dampen vibration and bond the base layers to the core.

Multi-Colored Sidewall

Micro-Cap Protection – Continuing efforts to improve chip-resistance in their skis, Faction incorporated a ‘micro’ cap where the topsheet meets the sidewall on sandwich constructed skis.


Die-Cut PTEX 3000 Base – Used on most Faction Skis. Sintered PTEX 3000 base material is more porous and holds wax well.


2.5mm Edges – The 2.5mm edges are stronger than 1.8mm edges to withstand rail abuse.


Matte Textured Topsheet – Matte ICP8210 topsheets require no lacquering saving around 100gm/pair, and reduces the use of not-quite-environmentally friendly lacquer. It also shows through the natural structure of the underlying laminate layers.


We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.