Stockli Laser AX Ski 2018/2019

This ski's Laser DNA can be felt right away. The powerful Laser AX leaves tight tracks even in soft snow. The new Turtle Shell technology supports the skier with adaptive flex in all situations.
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The Stockli Laser AX is an aggressive frontside carver for aggressive skiers. The re-engineered AX with its new FEC (Tail Flex Control) adaptive technology makes it all possible. The more pressure you apply in the turns, the smaller the rocker is, and the correspondingly larger the surface contact area is with the snow. The new Light Core lends the AX even more pop with the same stability.



  • Construction: the Sandwich sidewall technology provides optimum energy transfer and precision. 
  • Metal Edge: wider edges found in the stockli's skis extend the lifetime of the ski. The robust materials and the clever design protect the surface against scratches and damage. Because the ski is wider at the tip it creates easier and faster initiation of turns and enhance the grip in the turn thank to a longer edge contact length.
  • The turtle grip on the surfaces of Laser X models gives an elegant look to the design and a nicer feel.
  • Adaptive contact length: more edge in contact with the snow provide more grip and stability during a turn.



  • Best use: All-mountain/carving
  • Ability level: Advanced-professional
  • Width: Narrow
  • Flex: Very stiff
  • Rocker style: Tip Rocker/Camber skis for edge hold; easy turn initiation

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"In the mid-1930s, Josef Stöckli was making wooden skis for his own use. When the demand grew larger, he decided in 1935 to establish the ski brand Stöckli AG. Today, it has the only ski manufacturing facility remaining in Switzerland.

Since the beginning in 1935 when there was a small production line over a washbasin where 50 pairs of skis were made, Stöckli has of course progressed enormously. The production of skis has been in Malters outside of Lucerne since 1986. Today, Stöckli Swiss Sports AG sells more than 50,000 pairs of ski annually. Using a combination of the most modern computer-controlled (CNC) milling machines and hand finishing, 50 associates build today’s high-tech ski products. Relying on its more than 80 years of experience and constant implementation of successful new ideas from racing and development departments, Stöckli guarantees a wide-reaching collection sure to meet the needs of every skier."

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