Guidebook

Bent Lines - Lé Bent's Coordinates Collection

Four lines close to the heart of Lé Bent. From French valleys to the Australian Alps.

LÉ BENT

Description

After launching our winter coordinates collection recently, many wondered where the longitude and latitude bearings that were printed on some of our certain ‘Core’ products actually lead? Were they just ornamental? A random jumble of numbers down our balaclavas and baselayers that looked pretty and gave the impression of the extreme?

Well, those who endeavoured to look them up might have been pleasantly surprised. Surprised to see pretty French mountains surrounding remote valleys.

In fact, it's those pretty French mountains that laid the foundation for Lé Bent.

In this guidebook, we document the four lines that have defined Lé Bent. From our founding to today. This is still where we like to play.

The Table by Le Bent

The Table by Le Bent

Tignes and Val d'Isère
369 m
45 °
0 m
0.7 km
The beating heart of Le Bent... Classic couloir riding from the summit of the Bellevarde.
Severe
Private
Carruthers by Le Bent

Carruthers by Le Bent

Thredbo and Kosciuszko
371 m
38 °
0 m
0.7 km
Our favourite burly line down the guts of Carruthers with optional cliff drops.
Severe
Private
Pramecou North Face by Le Bent

Pramecou North Face by Le Bent

Tignes and Val d'Isère
278 m
62 °
7 m
0.6 km
Col de Pramecou. Our big mountain blood rush.
Extreme
Private
Seb's Froth by Le Bent

Seb's Froth by Le Bent

Thredbo and Kosciuszko
122 m
26 °
0 m
0.3 km
Sitting high on the mountain, capturing wind blown pow from the main range, lies a natural playground for the young at heart.
Moderate
Private