The 2019 Liberty V76 skis are the narrowest in the VMT line at 76 mm wide underfoot. As such, you can expect rock-solid edge grip and superior quickness and maneuverability. In the world of Liberty skis, VMT stands for Vertical Metal Technology. In this realm, they lay strips of metal vertically along the length of the ski instead of a horizontal sheet. The result is that you get the feeling of a full metal sheet but with a fraction of the weight. Skiers who love to carve turns will realize the benefits of this construction technique, and will most likely love the results. With a bamboo wood core and carbon reinforcements, the V76 is light yet stiff. Liberty incorporates its Hammer rocker profile in the VMT line, which means that only the tip is rockered. As a result, the skis engage and initiate turns really well, and the camber throughout the rest of the ski creates a super-solid edge hold to stand on all the way through the carve. The more traditional camber profile you have, the more glued to the snow the skis will be. In the longest length, a 179, the V76 has a 15 meter turn radius. This means that the skis love to be on edge. When you put any amount of energy into the ski, they'll respond with a cool, clean arc. The 2019 Liberty V76 skis are a fantastic carving tool for advanced skiers.