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Armada ARV 116 JJ Ski Armada ARV 116 JJ Ski
The past three years have taught skiers everywhere that nobody flows in powder better than JJ, and Armada's ARV 116 JJ Ski is back for a third generation to blur the line between freerider flow and hard-charging aggression. Armada updated this generation by moving the contact point behind the widest part of the ski, resulting in a more rounded-out turn so you can flow as you charge. The rest of the ski is basically the same rig you've seen the past two years. It still styles the same rockered tip and tail that helps you groove down deeps like a funky fresh cat dancing in the seventies. There's still the same camber underfoot that springs you in and out of soft snow, or even variable snow for that matter. Armada added its Smear Tech to the base so the ski will feel as buttery as Armada's freestyle skis.
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Armada Invictus 108 Ti Ski Armada Invictus 108 Ti Ski
A departure from Armada's playful skis, the Invictus 108 Ti Ski offers a damp platform to charge hard through variable conditions and, when the time comes, crush when there's a foot of fresh. The stiffer flex pattern and longer turn radius make these planks want to arc down open faces and scream through tight chutes. Two layers of aircraft-grade titanal help you mach through moguls if you really wanted to, but you'll find it charges through the soft stuff best. Armada shaped this ski with traditional camber underfoot to provide stability, and the rockered tip lets you maximize the fun when a storm system rolls through. Carbon fiber strips stiffen them even more, and give the ski a dependable jolt coming in and out of turns. The sandwich sidewalls maintain durability so you can rally season after season.
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Black Diamond Boundary 100 Ski Black Diamond Boundary 100 Ski
From lift-served powder to big spring lines in the backcountry, the Black Diamond Boundary 100 Ski will do it all. Being the narrowest offering in the Boundary Series, the Boundary 100 has a super versatile 100mm waist that will float knee-deep pow, carve groomers, and leave your quads happy after longer forays in the backcountry. The Boundary has a fun and playful profile with plenty of rocker in the tip to put the ski up in powder, camber underfoot for reliable edge hold in firmer conditions, and a rockered tail to keep the ski loose and playful and for when you're picking tight lines through the trees, or navigating a tight couloir.The Boundary 100 is made with Black Diamond's 3D Sandwich construction with pre-preg fiberglass laminates for enhanced torsional rigidity and vertical ABS sidewalls to effectively drive power to the edges for a more solid and stable feel when skiing at high speeds. To help eliminate chatter, the engineers over at BD integrated a dampening layer of rubber within the sidewall just behind the contact point of the ski, meaning you won't lose all your fillings when you're forced to ski a bit of boilerplate or hardpack to get back to the base. Like all skis in the Boundary line, the 100 has a poplar wood core, which strikes a good balance between strength and weight, so you won't get tossed at the first sign of crud, or feel too weighed down when you slap some skins on them and head to the backcountry.
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Black Diamond Boundary 107 Ski Black Diamond Boundary 107 Ski
The phrase "all-mountain" is often tied to skis built to do one thing: ski the resort. Realizing the mountain doesn't start and stop with the resort property line, Black Diamond set out to build a line of skis that redefines the phrase with its all-new Boundary series. So, if you're the kind of skier that finds yourself getting fresh tracks inbounds at 9 am then heading to the backcountry for the afternoon, then the Black Diamond Boundary 107 Ski is for you. The Boundary series was designed for freeride skiing both in and out of the resort with a playful rockered tip and tail, camber underfoot, and a 3D Sandwich construction with a lightweight poplar core that's solid in the resort and light enough for the skintrack.The Boundary 107 is the mid-sized option in the line, making it great for all but deepest powder days and ideal for when conditions turn variable. The rockered tip and tail make slashing turns to make that four inches of fresh feel more like eight or nine possible. A heavy dose of camber underfoot makes for great edge-hold when you're arcing turns down big spring lines, or railing down groomers back to the chairlift. The engineers over at BD integrated pre-preg fiberglass laminate to give the skis a damp and stable feel when skiing at high speeds, as well as a layer of rubber integrated into the sidewall that sits just in front of the boot to eliminate jarring chatter when you're skiing on less than ideal surface conditions.
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Black Diamond Boundary 115 Ski Black Diamond Boundary 115 Ski
Ultralight carbon skis may be a dream on the skintrack, but you're going to get tossed if you take them inbounds. Built to float pow both in and out of the resort, the Black Diamond Boundary 115 Ski will be your go-to boards when you plan on getting lift-served freshies in the morning followed by a buffet of backcountry face shots in the afternoon.Rocker in the tip and tail, camber underfoot, and a poppy poplar core make the Boundary 115 the obvious candidate when mother nature graces the mountains with a foot of fresh overnight. Their playful nature lets you slash and burn turns through the trees and quickly ditch speed before you point em straight through a narrow chute. And when you do get cruising, a pre-preg fiberglass laminate gives the ski a stiff and stable feel, so you can loosen up those turns with confidence. A healthy dose of camber underfoot holds an edge when you need them to and lets you carve a few groomers when you rally back down for another lap. BD integrated a sidewall dampening system into the ski, which consists of a layer of rubber integrated into the sidewall just in front of the boot to help eliminate chatter for a damp and stable feel.
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Black Diamond Boundary Pro 107 Ski Black Diamond Boundary Pro 107 Ski
The more all-mountain oriented offering of the limited-edition Boundary Pro duo, Black Diamond's Boundary Pro 107 Ski will carry you through blower pow, chundery crud, and bulletproof hardpack with more grace than the Queen of England. The 107mm waist makes this ski a versatile tool for a variety of backcountry pursuits, be it powder-chasing dawn patrols or couloir-hunting alpine missions. The rockered tip and tail let you float effortless turns through fresh snow, and camber underfoot gives you solid control when the going gets bulletproof.Black Diamond constructed these sticks with a lively poplar wood core, and a pre-preg fiberglass layup maintains torsional rigidity and stability when you're charging hard. The fiberglass layer is what sets the Boundary Pro apart from the normal Boundary skis, making it 20% stiffer than its soft counterpart and ideal for those looking to get after it from sun up to sun down. The Boundary Pro 107 is definitely a ski geared more towards the downhill, but since you've already proven that you have quads of steel, why not burn a little more on the skintrack and enjoy a rip-roaring good time on the descent'
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Black Diamond Boundary Pro 115 Ski Black Diamond Boundary Pro 115 Ski
Black Diamond's Boundary Pro 115 Ski is a beefy freeride machine, designed with feedback from BD's roster of ripping athletes. The Boundary Pro features the same shape and construction as the ever-popular Boundary series, but thanks to a fiberglass layer in the top of the ski, these sticks are 20% stiffer than their predecessor. It's a ski designed to slay spines in Alaska, drop monstrous stacks of pillows at Rogers Pass, and huck cliffs in big-mountain comps.The 115mm waist and rockered tip and tail provide dreamy floatation in snorkel-worthy conditions, and the poplar wood core provides a light, playful feel that will have you bouncing and slashing your way down the mountain. The pre-preg fiberglass layup adds torsional stiffness, and camber underfoot lets you confidently carve GS turns down wind-scoured slopes. While not the lightest touring ski in Black Diamond's fleet, a little extra push on the uphill will be worth it when you let the Boundary Pro 115 loose on the descent.
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Black Diamond Route 95 Ski Black Diamond Route 95 Ski
The Route 95 Ski is Black Diamond's daily backcountry driver that stays strong for seasons and rides well in most conditions. It shares the same dimensions as Black Diamond's Helio 95 Ski, except BD switched out the carbon for fiberglass laminates to bring the price down and maintain torsional rigidity. Although it checks in at a backcountry-friendly weight of six pounds per pair, the Route still weighs about a pound more than the Helio so it's not quite as light as its carbon counterpart. A mid-fat 95mm waist transitions from firm snow to soft with equal performance. The rockered tip helps you set the skin track when the snow's deep, and it plays with the tail rocker to help you enjoy the deeps on the downhill. BD also added some camber underfoot to hold an edge when you're cruising down firm snow. Black Diamond's flat-top construction employs durable sidewalls that are easy to tune season after season.
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Blizzard Spur Ski Blizzard Spur Ski
Fatty powder skis are a dime a dozen these days, and it seems like they're all pretty much slightly modified versions of the same thing: big rocker, soft tips, and a loose, surfy feel. Blizzard's down with the trend, but it's also ready to throw down some changes with the Spur Ski. Don't get it twisted: riding loose, surfy skis can be more fun than swimming in a kiddie pool full of pulled pork, but they quickly get out-muscled when the snow is anything but pristine; the Spur's a little different, though. It still features a pow-crushing 125mm waist and fully rockered tips and tails to surf, float, and pivot through waist-deep creamy goodness, but has a super-progressive sidecut and tapered tips and tails that make it easy to vary your turn shapes at speed and provide a ridiculously smooth and forgiving ride. With some help from the burly sidewalls, the Spur bites into turns like a beast when you get up on edge, so you can rail through pockets of wind-affected and handle groomers like a champ on the way back to the lift. Not only are the Spur's extremities tapered for a smooth, versatile ride, but they're also made of light and stiff carbon fiber, which actually increases the ski's stability while reducing swing weight and vibration, making the Spur a ridiculously bomber platform when you're mobbing through day-old leftovers or wind-hammered crud. Blizzard also incorporated its unique Flipcore technology, which inverts the poplar, bamboo, and ISO core during the pressing process, matching the core profile to the rocker shape for a ride that's incredibly smooth and a flex that's ridiculously consistent, no matter how hard you're pushing the ski. The Spur's following the general path of the rocker pioneers, but it's blazing it's own trail to powder- and big-mountain domination.
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DPS Skis Cassiar 95 Pure3 Ski DPS Skis Cassiar 95 Pure3 Ski
Storm riding is great, but since we don't all live on Hokkaido, having a killer frontside ski in your quiver is a must. DPS made its name with fat powder boards, but that's not all the company does; the Cassiar 95 Pure3 Ski is an all-mountain missile made to rail groomers, stitch up tight bump lines, and punch through shallow crud, with the lightness and carbon-fiber stiffness for which DPS is known. Pure3 is DPS' stiff and light flagship construction. It starts with a core made of energetic aspen, which is then sandwiched between two layers of prepreg carbon fiber, creating a core that's 30% stiffer and lighter than similar offerings made with more traditional constructions. By keeping the core light and stiff, DPS was able to keep the Cassiar incredibly nimble and easy to ski in tight spots, without sacrificing the power that you need to rally hardpack with confidence. The carbon-and-aspen sandwich is finished off with a durable polyamide topsheet and UHMW sidewalls, which help keep the Cassiar stiff and direct energy into the edges instead of letting it dissipate by allowing the ski to twist. The aggressive, edgy nature of the Cassiar means that it's not a ski well suited to funky new-school rocker profiles. To that end, DPS built it with classic traditional camber, which supplies mountains of edge grip and a lively edge-to-edge feel that'll help you make short work of hard and variable snow all over the mountain. The steel edges have been hardened to 48 Rockwell, which ensures that rocky encounters won't automatically spell disaster, and DPS finished the Cassiar off with its lightning-fast and armor-tough World Cup bases, so you can choose "interesting" lines without worrying too much about ruining your planks.
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Dynastar Cham 107 Ski - Women's Dynastar Cham 107 Ski - Women's
After a squished tram ride, wait for the crowd to subside, drop the Dynastar Women's Cham 107 ski one by one onto soft packed snow, and gaze into the cirque to see where all the sheeple have gone. It may be a busy semi-powder day, but you know where the goods are hiding. Equipped with a long rockered tip, the Cham 107 floats through pow, crud, and soft snow, while its classic camber underfoot delivers stability, reliable edge-hold, and power. This unique profile also allows for easy steering, maneuverability, and control which comes in handy on busy resort days.Designed with a flat pintail, this big mountain plank delivers power, tracking, and stability in all snow conditions and provides easier speed control. The narrower, flat tail also works exceptionally well with the Cham's rockered tip by enhancing tip floatation for phenomenal ease of use in deep snow, while also making it easier to balance and maintain direction for effortless powder performance. A progressive 5-Point sidecut combines reverse sidecut in the tip and tail with traditional sidecut underfoot for effortless maneuverability and smearing capability, while preventing hooking, twitching, and overturning in deep snow. This sweet sidecut also supplies quick, easy turns and speed control in a variety of snow conditions and enables the Cham 107 to carve and turn well on groomed terrain.Thanks to its sandwich construction and full-length vertical sidewalls, the Cham has a strong, solid, and durable construction that can easily withstand a season's worth of abuse. Constructed with a wood core and titanal laminate, the Cham 107 provides a sweet feel, balance, power, and stability, so you can enjoy big sweeping powder turns, high-speed turns through well-spaced trees, and arcs down fresh groomers.
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Dynastar Speed Zone 12 Ski Dynastar Speed Zone 12 Ski
Dynastar's Speed Zone 12 Ski is an all-mountain carver with a propensity for fast-driven pursuits down corduroy. Delivering an entirely new level of ultra-smooth, on-trail precision, this ski's Active Wood core provides a suspension system equitable to a race car in the sense that it eliminates instability, absorbs shock, and effectively transfers energy into quiet acceleration and dynamic power. In plain speak, this speedy ski only encourages you to ride faster and harder, way past the point of bringing tears to your eyes. A ski this speedy requires a tight turn radius, stiff flex, and solid edge control, so Dynastar hooked it up with a skinny 72mm waist and Powerdrive sandwich construction. Powerdrive adds stable microcell foam, stiff titanal, and vibration-dampening Fibro metal to the wood core in order to give the ski the proper torsional rigidity it needs at top speeds. This ski's sandwich construction also includes full-length, vertical, ABS sidewalls to ensure long-lasting durability. Camber underfoot ensures effective edge control that you'd expect out of a carver, and a slightly rockered tip gives the ski a playful edge to ease turn initiation.
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Elan Ripstick 102 Ski - Women's Elan Ripstick 102 Ski - Women's
The Ripstick 102 is Elan's widest women's ski, and if the name hadn't already tipped you off--this is a seriously ripping stick. The 102mm waist makes these planks ideal for all-mountain domination, with a knack for sniffing out powder and carving capabilities than can take on bulletproof hardpack.You'll want to check your feet when you step into these sticks because left and right matter with the Ripstick--the Amphibio profile integrates a rockered outside edge for smooth turn initiation and a cambered inside edge for precision and edge grip. The Tubelite core blends the light and playful feel that comes with a wood core, while carbon tubes add stability and a powerful rebound. Fiberglass reinforcements increase torsional rigidity and Vapor Tip inserts reduce swing weight and reduce vibrations.
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Elan Ripstick 106 Ski Elan Ripstick 106 Ski
When your day consists of morning powder and afternoon crud, you need the precision and versatility of the Elan Ripstick 106 ski. This ski was designed for the advanced-to- expert skier who wants to rail faster than ever in pretty much any snow condition. Its Amphibio profile uses distinct left and right camber profiles--camber on the inside edges and rocker on the outside--for power and precision on the inside edge with easier pivoting and smoother turn transitions on the outside edge. The Ripstick features Elan's Tubelite Woodcore technology that integrates two lightweight carbon tubes into the laminated woodcore to give the ski stability at high speeds. VaporTip inserts in the tip and tail lighten swing weight and reduce vibration to improve stability at speed. Flexible fiberglass inserts optimize the ski's flex pattern and enhance torsional stiffness. Elan's SST Sidewalls transmit energy directly to the edges of the ski for uncompromised hold, giving you the freedom to charge any terrain with confidence.
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Elan Ripstick 116 Ski Elan Ripstick 116 Ski
The widest offering in Elan's Ripstick collection, the Ripstick 116 Ski's natural habitat is big mountains blanketed in deep pow. This freeride ski features Elan's TNT Technology, which integrates vibration-dampening Vaportip inserts at the tip and tail to an ultralight Tubelite wood core that keeps the ski light and stiff while reducing chatter when you encounter variable snow conditions. Elan's Tubelite core also features tubular carbon stringers that run from tip to tail for a surprising amount of stiffness. The Ripstick also sports Elan's versatile Amphibio profile, which consists of rocker in the tip and tail for float in powder and low camber underfoot for enough edge control to ride down variable conditions. Elan finished this ski's construction off with SST sidewalls to give you direct power transfer from side to side when you lay the ski on edge. SST also assures the durability required when you're skiing hard in big-mountain zones.
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Elan Ripstick 86 Ski - Women's Elan Ripstick 86 Ski - Women's
The slimmest Ripstick in the women's fleet, Elan designed the Women's Ripstick 86 Ski for the intermediate to advanced lady ripper looking to carve hardpack, shred bumps, and navigate trees with ease. Elan's Amphibio profile combines a rockered outside edge for smooth and effortless turn initiation, with a cambered inside edge for precision and edge grip on the firmer stuff.Inside the Tubelite wood core you'll find lightweight carbon tubes running along the length of the ski providing stability at high speeds and a powerful rebound. Fiberglass reinforcements add torsional rigidity, while Vapor Tip inserts in the tip and tail further reduce weight and dampen vibrations for a smooth ride. The short turn radius makes these planks snappy and nimble, easy to maneuver through tight trees and entrances while you're scouring the resort for the goods.
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Elan Ripstick 94 Ski - Women's Elan Ripstick 94 Ski - Women's
Your summer-swept dreams of shredding steep runs are made real this winter when you ride on the Elan Women's Ripstick 94 Ski. This all-mountain ski rips the resort whether you're exploring off piste or indulging in another groomer session. Its versatile 94mm waist includes Elan's unique Amphibio profile that combines the edge hold of camber with playful rocker at the tip and tail. Elan built the Ripstick with a TubeLight Core that includes a responsive, stable wood center and stiff fiberglass laminates to improve torsional rigidity at each turn. Also unique to Elan is the Ripstick's SST construction, which makes the ski easy to repair and difficult to damage, with durable sidewalls that quicken power transmission directly through your skiing prowess.
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Elan Ripstick 96 Ski Elan Ripstick 96 Ski
Your summer dreams of shredding the steeps come alive this winter when you ride the Ripstick 96 Ski from Elan. This all-mountain freerider rips the resort whether it's a pow day or another groomer session. Its versatile 96mm waist includes Elan's unique Amphibio profile, which combines camber with free-floating rocker at the tip and tail.Elan built the Ripstick with a TubeLite Core that includes a responsive, stable wood center and stiff fiberglass laminates to improve torsional rigidity at each turn. Also unique to Elan is the Ripstick's SST construction, which makes the ski easy to repair and difficult to damage thanks to durable sidewalls that direct power to the ski's edge and resists blow-outs so a sharky rock doesn't prematurely end your day.
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Faction Skis Candide Thovex 1.0 Ski Faction Skis Candide Thovex 1.0 Ski
Watch Candide ski and you'll know how hard his style is to define. Is he a park rider' A big-mountain skier' A freerider' Truth is, he mixes them all together into a tasty, steezy, and inimitable shred soup, so it stands to reason that he needs a unique board like the Candide 1. 0 Ski to get it done. Just like the man himself, the ski blends the best of all types of riding, with a fully symmetrical sidecut and rockered tip and tail that are designed to allow easy switch riding, generous camber underfoot for plenty of pop and edging power, and a burly sandwich construction that can take a beating from rails, rocks, and heavy stomps without delamming or otherwise causing you trouble.While it can rally the whole mountain like it's no big deal, the Candide is happiest when it's flying off features, whether it's in the park or around the mountain. Faction built it with a lively poplar and beech core, along with a snappy fiberglass laminate, that lets you butter, boost, and bonk your way from the top of the hill to the bottom. A carbon-fiber reinforcement stops rails and hard impacts from knocking the springy stuffing out of your skis, and the 2. 5mm steel edges have been hardened to 48 Rockwell to prevent urban jibs and buried rocks from causing blowouts.
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Faction Skis Candide Thovex 3.0 Ski Faction Skis Candide Thovex 3.0 Ski
From buttering lips to dropping cliffs, the Faction Candide 3. 0 Ski is the VIP of its series. The tip and tail rocker make turning a breeze and help you ride through less-than-perfect snow conditions, and low camber underfoot gives you stability and edge hold in more packed conditions. To keep things light and lively, Faction built the Candide 3. 0 with a balsa wood core that's reinforced with flax fibers for extra strength and pop. Biaxial and triaxial fiberglass laminates give the ski tons of edge hold and torsional stability, while an updated micro-cap construction provides increased durability. The Candide features an updated titanal binding plate to ensure you won't pull out a heel-piece at an inopportune time, and it's finished with a sintered P-Tex 4000 base, making it burly enough to make the entire mountain your playground.
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Faction Skis Prodigy 2.0 Ski Faction Skis Prodigy 2.0 Ski
The drive to the resort is generally a pensive one. All that traffic in front of you means you can only speculate what the snow will be like when you finally get there. The amount of cars feels equal to the lack of any decent snow left, but you know the resort like the back of your hand, and you usually find powdery stashes tucked underneath the tram's fingernails. You might get one or two decent face shots, and it's always fun to play in the park when all the snow's stomped to ice. Whatever's going on at the resort, you know you'll have a good time with Faction's Prodigy 2. 0 Ski strapped to your feet. With a nimble waist of 96mm, the Prodigy 2. 0 is undeniably ideal when the snow is on the firmer side. Whether you're cruising groomers or leftover crud, the Prodigy will hold an edge so you don't slap and slide down the entire run. Faction rockered the tip and tail and pressed the ski with a dual radius sidecut so you can turn tightly, twist, and butter off all the jumps and rails with ease.
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Faction Skis Prodigy 3.0 Ski Faction Skis Prodigy 3.0 Ski
Although it falls under Faction's all-mountain collection, the Prodigy 3. 0 Ski certainly has a bias for powder days just like the rest of us. A 106mm waist makes it the widest option in the all-mountain collection, meaning it will surf through the soft stuff better than all the other options. Faction shaped it with a rockered tip so you can keep your tips up when things get deep, and the rockered tail helps you arc out of powdery face shots with a wicked rooster tail that will have all skiers at the resort screaming out of stoke. That's not to say the Prodigdy doesn't live up to its all-mountain status; on the contrary, the Prodigy 3. 0 is a solid plank for most conditions. It has enough camber underfoot to hold an edge when there isn't any soft snow in sight, and the dual sidecut initiates multiple turn radii so you can turn tight through icy sections or open up your turns when the snow is soft, plentiful, and begging for some speedy slashes.
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Faction Skis Prodigy Ski - Women's Faction Skis Prodigy Ski - Women's
If you've ever stared longingly into the park from the groomers and wished you could duck in without having to go home and grab your other skis, listen up. The guys don't have to choose between up-for-anything all-mountain boards and something they can jib and pop their way through the park on, and neither should you. Grab the all-new Faction Women's Prodigy Ski and you'll be able to lay trenches on corduroy then turn around and ride switch through the park without a second thought. To give the Prodigy versatility befitting its name, Faction started with a thoroughly all-mountain 96mm waist, then it added rockered tips and tails and camber underfoot. The rockered tips ride switch as easily as they float through refrozen chop off-piste, and the camber lending hard snow stability. On groomers, the dual radius sidecut and vertical sidewalls provide responsive grip when you're barreling down a bump run or laying out your edges, and poplar and beech collaborate to give you a smooth ride at high speeds and plenty of quickness when you need it. To protect against rails and rocks, Faction adds a micro-cap construction to keep your topsheets looking fresh, and uses its signature Ptex 4000 sintered bases to make sure you're able to easily fly over that booter you've been eyeing all season long.
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Fischer My Ranger 98 Ski - Women's Fischer My Ranger 98 Ski - Women's
There was a time when finding a ladies-specific ski was like spotting a unicorn, but as more and more companies realize ladies rip just as hard, if not harder, than dudes, women-specific skis just keep getting better every year. Need proof' Feast your pow-starved eyes on the Fischer My Ranger 98 Women's Ski: a hyper-versatile pair of boards that'll take you from perfect corduroy to dreamy storm riding to bluebird bowls. The 98 shares a lot of characteristics with the men's ski of the same name, but a few key differences set it apart. Most importantly, it ditches the stiffer beech wood found in the men's ski in favor of poplar, which is easier flexing and serves up a smoother, slightly more forgiving, ride that's perfect for lighter skiers. Fischer also designed the 98 to be mounted slightly more forward (it calls the new design BMP, which just stands for binding mounting point) to make it easier to keep your weight forward, engage turns, and wiggle through tight trees and bumps.
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Fischer Pro Mtn 95 Ti Ski Fischer Pro Mtn 95 Ti Ski
Fresh pow's been a little tough to come by for the last few weeks, but that doesn't mean there aren't turns worth taking at the resort this weekend. Leave your roommate at home reading the nonexistent storm reports and head out with the Fischer Pro Mtn 95 Ti Ski to rip big turns on corduroy anyway. A 95mm waist and an effective mashup of lightweight materials give the Pro Mtn a can-do attitude you'll love when the snow report leaves you feeling less than enthused. A rockered tip and tail eagerly respond when you're making quick turns in tight spots, with versatile camber underfoot for lay-them-out stability when you can't help seeing how low you can go on a wide open groomer. You want your all-mountain ski to be able to carry you all over the mountain, even when the snow's not at its best, so Fischer built the Pro Mtn with a solid sandwich construction and carbon-reinforced titanium shell to give you powerful edge hold--no folding tips bailing on you here--plus a strong desire to head off-piste. Dive into the lonely bowls and deserted trees and the Pro Mtn will loyally follow with its poplar wood core and rockered profile nimbly slicing through choppy lines and floating over chunky surprises to eke out the few good turns no one else is willing to work for. Grey east coast ice and bluebird west coast powder lulls are the times the Pro Mtn shines, letting you rally all over the resort with featherweight carbon tips and tails and the backup of solid sidewalls eating up chatter.
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Fischer Ranger 108 Ti Ski Fischer Ranger 108 Ti Ski
Deer and antelope may spend their days roaming freely, removed from the constraints of society, but when it comes down to it, it's probably more fun to skin up big lines, rip your way down, and repeat--even if you have to head into the office afterwards. Fischer's Ranger 108 Ti Ski makes it a whole mess easier to get up, get down, and get stoked, with a backcountry-leaning design that's light enough for skintrack cruising and powerful enough to be your everyday resort stallion.Fischer built the entire Ranger series on a poplar and beech core, which keeps weight to a minimum while helping endow the ski with a poppy and energetic nature that skips the skittish feel of many lightweight touring boards. A set of Air Carbon and Titanal laminates give the Ranger plenty of backbone, so you can charge like a wild mustang, and it's boosted by Fischer's Aeroshape construction, which concentrates material away from the edges and along the center of the ski, making it stiffer when you're edging hard and more resistant to torsional flex, which can make a ski feel sloppy and sketchy at speed.In the good old days, adding stiffness was pretty much equivalent to adding weight, but times change--you don't need to lug around clunky 2x4s just to feel like you can push the speed limit without folding up your tips. Fischer milled the core with its proprietary Air Tec honeycomb design, cutting out plenty of material without giving up an ounce of stiffness, and made the tip out of carbon, which increases stiffness and cuts the chatter of the Freeride rocker at the same time, so you can float through blower and edge through wind-scoured alpine crud without feeling like saying a quick prayer before you drop it.
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Fischer Ranger 115 XTi Ski Fischer Ranger 115 XTi Ski
The Ranger 115 XTi Ski is Fischer's fattest, heaviest plank that absolutely dominates big mountains and heavy powder. Two layers of free-milled titanium help the ski charge through powder like it were a skinny racer on groomers, and an additional layer of carbon maintains stiffness to reduce vibrations at those high speeds. Rockers at tip and tail ease turn initiation when you're lining up the beginning of a powdery pillow line, and there's enough camber underfoot to bounce in and out of turns while cruising down large, steep, untouched aprons. Fischer made the wood core out of a combination of poppy poplar and stiff beech, resulting in a ski that's as playful as it is powerful. ABS sidewalls sandwich the wood core to keep the ski strong for seasons. Despite the vertical sidewalls, the Ranger still styles an aeroshape for extreme torsion stability under mach speeds.
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Fischer Ranger 90 Ti Ski Fischer Ranger 90 Ti Ski
The glory goes to the big-mountain lunatics, gymnastic park rats, and high-speed gate bashers, but let's be real--most of us are just in it to have fun. But that doesn't mean we don't like to adventure, push it, and get into a little bit of everything, which is why it's important to have a ski that matches those ambitions. Queue up the Fischer Ranger 90 Ti Ski: a strong, light, and versatile stick that's made for a little bit of everything, from springtime bumps to day-old crud to early morning corduroy. This killer versatility starts with the Air Tec Ti beech and poplar wood core that, in addition to being lively enough to pop off moguls and slither through trees, is milled to remove a significant portion of the material to keep it light and nimble. The ski's stiffness isn't overwhelming, but it has been carefully designed to flex when you want it to and stay stiff when you can't afford to take a tumble. In addition to the laminates, Fischer dialed in this balance by using its Aeroshape design, which reduces material towards the edges of the ski but maintains a thick, solid center, to keep the ski from bending out of shape under serious torsion. Carbon fiber in the rockered tip keeps the ski from flapping when you're rolling over chop or opening the throttle, the gently raised tail lets you break out of turns and dump speed in an instant, and the solid amount of underfoot camber makes edging on hard snow as easy as downing an afternoon beer on the deck.
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Fischer Ranger 98 Ti Ski Fischer Ranger 98 Ti Ski
Middle children have a reputation for being forgotten about, but that's not something the Ranger 98 Ti Ski is going to have to worry about. It's already garnered plenty of attention from its parents, the master Austrian engineers at Fischer, and it'll definitely be in with a shout to be the best-loved child in your quiver. While the Ranger 108 is fatter, and the 90 is edgier, neither of them hit the gigantic, all-mountain, pow-to-hardpack sweet spot of the 98mm width, along with the pow-, crud-, and corduroy-gobbling Freeski rocker that lets you use the 98 as an everyday stick--no matter which coast you call home. Fischer's Freeski rocker profile is pretty classic, with a significant rise at the tip, camber underfoot, and a gently raised tail that helps you switch up your turn shape, pivot on a dime, and handle the unexpected obstacles A tip made of carbon fiber reduces chatter, and Fischer's Aeroshape design thins the ski out towards the edges while keeping things thick in the middle, which helps the ski stay torsionally stiff when you're edging hard. There's also a layer of stiff and superlight carbon, along with a Titanal laminate, that gives the 98 some backbone when you feel like dropping the hammer. The Ranger series isn't just a lineup of in-bounds machines, though. Fischer made sure they were backcountry capable by milling the Air Tec core with a honeycomb design that dramatically reduces material without making the ski feel overly soft. The poplar and beech wood core feels quick and nimble, and it keeps the 98's weight manageable for medium length tours when you want to crush the descent, not just survive it.
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Folsom Skis Catwalk Ski - Women's Folsom Skis Catwalk Ski - Women's
It's pretty easy to understand why the Catwalk Ski is Folsom's best-selling plank for women. This quiver-of-one ski gains its versatility through a surprisingly tight turn radius for a ski with a 95mm waist. But that's not to say this ski is fat or wide by any means; its waist is neither too wide for corduroy carving nor too skinny for powder hovering. The unique sidecut employs a tighter turn radius than most skis with a midfat waist, making this ski optimal for cutting around sketchy crud or opening up down wide-open runs. Folsom shaped this ski with rocker at the tip, subtle camber underfoot, and subtle rocker at the tail. This shape enhances the ski's versatility, with the ability to keep the tip afloat in deeper snow, and still hold an edge on hardpack. The full wood core utilizes carbon stringers to make it surprisingly stiff for the ski's lighter weight. Like all Folsom skis, the Catwalk was made with love in the heart of Colorado's Rockies, so you know Folsom put it to the test during its inception.
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Folsom Skis Completo Ski Folsom Skis Completo Ski
After some serious brainstorming, Folsom ski designers trickled down some design features from its custom packages to make the Completo Ski one of the most well-rounded all-mountain beasts in its class. This mid-fat ski (105mm waist in a 186cm length) can be ridden hard on deep days, stuffed into tight technical chutes, and blasted across corduroy without batting an eyelash, making it the only board you'll need this winter. The Completo packs tip and tail rocker for float in the deep and maneuverability in tight spots, tip and tail taper to keep you from hanging up in choppy conditions, and good old traditional camber underfoot to supply all the edge grip you'll need to blast down groomers and rally through chop. To keep the Completo tough, quick, and nimble, Folsom built it on a poplar, maple, and bamboo core, which provides a killer combination of stiffness, energy, and lightness. Add a carbon-fiber laminate to the mix and you have a ski that can charge as easily as it cruises, with a tough-but-lightweight sandwich construction and UHMW sidewalls that direct plenty of power down into the edges. Finish it off with a speedy Durasurf sintered base, and you've got a board that'll hammer whatever you point it at and then beg for more.
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Folsom Skis Gambit Carbon Ski Folsom Skis Gambit Carbon Ski
Get first tracks before all the other backcountry skiers get a chance with help from Folsom Ski's Gambit Carbon Ski. Its cap construction includes carbon laminates and a lightweight bamboo blended core to keep the ski light enough for speedy skins to the summit. Folsom added a bit of poplar to the ski's core to make sure the ski is poppy and playful for the ride down, because it isn't all about the uphill.The Gambit Carbon sports the same best-selling profile as its heftier brother, the Gambit. Its fat waist hovers over the soft stuff, while the heavily rockered tip navigates over powder on the uphill and downhill. Its profile is also cambered underfoot to enhance edge control if you hit any firmer snow. The only change this Gambit has from the original Gambit is a flatter, rockered tail that accommodates climbing skin attachments better.
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Folsom Skis Primary Ski Folsom Skis Primary Ski
Red, green, blue, and the Folsom Primary Ski--that's all you need, unless you have crazy trichromatic vision or like to spend your ski time on skiboards, which you probably don't (and definitely shouldn't). You might also want some winter clothing, a ski pass, and some whiskey tucked inside your jacket, but even those aren't as essential as the supremely rippable Primary. Folsom made its name making custom skis, but it also offers a few standard models, of which the Primary is one. It sports what Folsom calls its SRC (Shallow Reverse Camber) profile with a full rocker profile that makes it easy to smoothly initiate turns, pivot on a dime and serve up nine cents change, and skip over choppy snow without worrying about burying a tip and testing the conditions with your face. The burly sidewalls prevent it from twisting when you really tip it over and rail a turn, and the tapered tip and tail give the Primary the ability to get into aggressive and smeared turns and cruise through champagne pow without that hooky feeling that can make powder skis scary instead of awesome. Inside, the Primary is built on a poplar, maple, and bamboo core, which provides a killer combination of stiffness, durability, flex, and light weight. Full-length carbon fiber stringers work with the wood to give the ski a solid amount of pop and a playful feel but doesn't interfere with the stable feel that makes the Primary such a fun mixed-conditions ski. Folsom topped (or bottomed) things off with a super-speedy sintered base, so you'll be able to carry speed through the flats and down less-steep pitches if you ever get lost and end up on the bunny slope.
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Folsom Skis Rad Dad Ski Folsom Skis Rad Dad Ski
A quick survey of the ski resort's most crowded runs would contain beginners flopping on the side, teachers helping their students up, teenagers aggressively charging like wrecking balls, and old men carving through the fiasco as graceful as ballerinas. Their prowess is undeniably due to years of experience, but they also know how to choose a damn fine ski. Folsom's Rad Dad Ski craves carving at high speeds; its stiff flex compliments the wide turn radius so you can employ equitable grace at eye-watering speeds. At 95mm, the waist of the ski sports enough camber to edge firmer snow, but the mildly rockered tip eases navigation if you come in contact with softer snow. All in all, this plank is a good alternative to powder skis for days where there isn't a single ounce of soft stuff at the resort.
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Folsom Skis Rapture Ski Folsom Skis Rapture Ski
Do you have a mantra when you're mobbing down untracked powder and tossing a cork seven over a crevasse' Something like, "Annihilate, annihilate, annihilate" maybe' If you do, then the Folsom Rapture Ski is your ride. This solid 122-millimeter-waisted freeride machine gets from top to bottom with tank-like stability and race-car speed and agility, with a 28m turn radius that lets you open things up and a rockered tip and tail to keep you bombing over uneven snow and floating in pow. The vertically laminated poplar and bamboo core is wrapped with a carbon-and-fiberglass laminate to stiffen things up without adding unnecessary ounces, and the low camber underfoot provides a powerful platform that won't get squirrely when you're hitting Mach 2. Not that you'd ever hit a rock, but Folsom made sure the Rapture can stand up to impacts, just because. The sintered 4001 base is as tough as it is fast, and the rugged UHMW sidewalls and sharp 2. 5mm steel edges have been hardened, so you can use your skis to shave or slice up salami in a pinch. A sandwich construction keeps the whole package sealed tightly together, so you'll feel stable as a table no matter how rowdy you're getting.
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Folsom Skis Trigger II Ski Folsom Skis Trigger II Ski
The Folsom Trigger II Ski is simple, solid, and versatile, making it a great all-mountain board. You won't find space-age nano sprockets laced into the ski to turn you into a professional skier overnight, but you will find simple ingredients put together right here in the USA, making the Trigger II a great daily driver whether you're getting your turns east or west of the continental divide.Like all Folsom skis, the Trigger II is handmade in Colorado, and while the Trigger II is a new shape for Folsom, you'll find the same solid components that have earned the company so many awards. The traditional sidecut of the Trigger II allows it to hold tight to the snow like a race ski, while its early rise tip gives it that playful all-mountain feel people expect from a ski these days. Sitting at 99mm underfoot, the Trigger II hits that sweet spot of being narrow enough to roll over like a golden retriever, but wide enough to hunt and ski those last few pow stashes like a blood hound. A full wood core and carbon laminate keep the ski stiff enough to open them up, without feeling like you have to immediately shut them down once you pick up speed. The Durasurf 4001 sintered bases are built to withstand some abuse, so you can feel good about pulling the trigger on just about any line you like.
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Head Skis USA Monster 98 Ski Head Skis USA Monster 98 Ski
Head built its Monster 98 Ski like a heat-seeking missile that will blast down groomers, cut through crud and chop, and dominate bumps without breaking a sweat. When you find yourself staring down 2,000 vertical feet of immaculate groomers, the 80% camber profile will help you carve down the mountain with confidence, while a thin layer of Graphene over the full wood core gives this all-mountain Monster the backbone it needs to reach eye-watering speeds without leaving you scared at the bottom of the run. Once you've tracked out all the groomers, take the Monster off-piste to find those last stashes of powder that usually hide between the trees, then make tight turns with ease thanks to the early rise tip, which makes turn initiation a breeze. The 98mm waist offers plenty of float to keep you up once you find a pristine slope of powder, but it's not so wide that you'll feel like you're trying to ride your old water skis when you take them down the frontside.
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Liberty Genesis 106 Ski Liberty Genesis 106 Ski
For lady shredders seeking ultimate fun all over the mountain, Liberty created the Genesis 106 Ski. Sitting in the middle of the pack among the new freeride-inspired Genesis fleet, the 106 makes a great everyday ski for a Cascade concrete cruiser or a solid pair of pow sticks for east coast rippers. With a 106mm waist and Liberty's Bomb Rocker profile, these planks float effortlessly through the steep and deep, while camber underfoot gives you stability and edge grip while you're rallying groomers between storms. Inside the Genesis 106 you'll find Liberty's X-Core carbon, which blends bamboo, paulownia, poplar, and carbon for ultimate strength, light weight, and a smooth and playful flex, while quadaxial fiberglass increases torsional rigidity and stiffness.
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Liberty Genesis 116 Ski - Women's Liberty Genesis 116 Ski - Women's
If you're a hard-charging, powder-loving, big-mountain devouring kinda girl, reach for the Liberty Women's Genesis Ski the next time a big storm blankets your home mountain with over a foot of fresh pow. Its 116mm waist and playful tip and tail rocker give you effortless float and surfy smoothness through powder, and its versatile radius allows you to make everything from tight turns through the trees to big, open turns down back-mountain bowls with ease. The Genesis features Liberty's X-Core, which combines the energy of bamboo with lightweight paulownia and durable poplar, keeping you dancing in the powder all day. Plus, the Genesis sports a burly sandwich construction with bomber sidewalls to prevent an blowouts from happening when you simply can't resist shredding some low-tide pow early in the season.
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Liberty Origin 106 Ski Liberty Origin 106 Ski
Like you, Liberty's Origin 106 Ski craves deep powdery mornings and big, open terrain. Its 106mm waist and full tip and tail rocker thrive in fresh powder, while camber underfoot and sidewalls ensure edge control while you're rallying groomers between storms. An updated core profile meshes Liberty's shock-absorbing bamboo core with light and springy poplar for a lively feel. Carbon increases strength without adding weight, while the quadaxial fiberglass maintains torsional rigidity, so you've got the power you need to crush the steep and deep from first chair to last call.
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Liberty Origin 96 Ski Liberty Origin 96 Ski
Like you're trusty best friend who can't say no, the Liberty Origin 96 Ski is up for anything, anytime. On the slimmer end Liberty's line of Origin skis with a 96mm waist, these planks are equally at home bombing frontside groomers and backcountry lines. Like all Liberty skis, the Origin is made with a bamboo core, and it's also been laminated with poplar to knock your socks off with its lightweight, snappy, and playful feel. The Origin's Bomb Rocker features full tip and tail rocker with camber underfoot for effortless float and enough edge hold to keep things stable in variable conditions. A fiberglass laminate offers stiffness and stability that handles choppy, high-speed runs, while the multi-radius sidecut eases turn initiation.
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Liberty Schuster Pro Ski Liberty Schuster Pro Ski
Built for AK spines and fat stacks of pillows, the Liberty Schuster Pro Ski was built for ultimate fun in deep conditions. With a 122mm waist, these are the sticks you'll be packing for heli trips and snorkel-worthy Japan powder, with Liberty's Bomb Rocker profile that floats effortlessly through the soft stuff.The bamboo wood core is strong and light, with a lively energy rebound that's ready to huck, slash, and jib all over the place. Speedcore carbon increases power without adding extra weight, and fiberglass increases torsional rigidity, for a stiff-flexing ski that dominates lines with style and ease.
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Moment Bella Ski - Women's Moment Bella Ski - Women's
At 107mm underfoot, the Moment Bella Women's Ski craves fluffy pow, face shots, and storm days, but it's comfortable enough hammering out turns in leftover chop and less-than-perfect conditions too. Per the request of hard-charging lady shredders, Moment altered the Bella to feature a full rocker construction, which ultimately provides a smooth, surfy feel underfoot. The full rocker makes the Bella mega-easy to pivot, flash, and sashay through powder like a boss. Not to mention, you can forgo feeling apprehensive about making tight turns through trees, because the Bella is fully adept at navigating bumps and small spaces. Additionally, the Bella is built with a sandwich construction and tough UHMW sidewalls, making it extremely durable and able to carve an edge like a narrower ski. To bolster its surfy construction, Moment engineers gave it a poppy, lightweight aspen and pine wood core that makes it as sweet and playful on a powder day as it is powerful through bumps and trees. A sandwich of fiberglass and carbon fiber stringers provide a killer blend of stability and pop, so you can ski hard and stay playful, and the VDS damping layer helps reduce edge vibration and keep chatter to a minimum when you're railing through chunder. Moment also integrated a reinforced binding mounting layer, so you never have to sweat the security of your heel pieces.
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Moment Bibby Pro Ski Moment Bibby Pro Ski
The old phrase says there's no friends on a powder day, but good luck containing your excitement over Moment's beloved Bibby Pro Ski. As OG Bibby enthusiasts know, unrequited love when it comes to a material object can feel futile, but in this case, absence surely has made the heart grow fonder. The Bibby is an idyllic combination of all things skiing a solid pair of planks entails (stability, power, playfulness, quickness, surfiness, stompiness), and it's capable of shredding just about anything you care to point it at. Moment built it on a snappy but stable aspen and pine core to balance dampness, energy, and stiffness, and sandwiched the wood between multi-directional fiberglass and carbon-fiber stringers, so it stays stiff and stable when you're railing turns but maintains enough pop to boost off terrain features so you don't need to keep your skis glued to the snow. Moment skipped out on metal entirely, which avoids the damp but dead feel that plagues more one-dimensional skis. A few years back, the Bibby boasted a design that made it a pow-specific jib ski, but this design has brought the Bibby back to its more directional roots. Moment's Mustache Rocker combines decent amounts of tip and tail rocker with a solid cambered section underfoot, giving the Bibby a nearly unparalleled ability to float over soft snow, charge through chop, and slash big sideways turns when conditions call for it. The tails are simple to break out when you need to scrub speed, and the 2. 2mm steel edges have a smoother, less chattery feel on hardpack. Not to mention, Moment's updated the Bibby with a more durable semi-cap construction, which helps prevent topsheet chipping and edge blowouts, so it'll be a more durable ski that ever.
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Moment Deathwish Ski Moment Deathwish Ski
The Moment Deathwish Ski is anything but doom and gloom--its Triple Camber profile bound for good times whether you're getting immersed in deep pow or mashing pockets of powder days after a storm. While most skis opt for full camber, full rocker, or camber underfoot and rocker in the tip and tail, the Deathwish takes things a step further by building in a short flat section underfoot, two more cambered sections fore and aft of the binding, and some rocker in the tip and tail for a mind-bending combination of hardpack edge hold and playful powder looseness. When you're riding the ski relatively flat, it can pivot and surf like a rockered ski, but get it up on edge and it'll bite into the snow like a hungry tiger into a juicy steak. The rocker profile of the Deathwish is seriously unusual, but the ski's graphics are downright tame by Moment standards. The polished-marble look is pretty darn slick and it's protected by a sublimated nylon topsheet to stay fresh and clean all season long. Of course, the aesthetics are secondary, with the light and lively aspen and pine core, stiff fiberglass laminates, and pop-enhancing carbon fiber stringers rightfully taking the top billing, seeing as they keep the Deathwish stiff on hardpack and playful in powder.
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Moment Frankenski Ski Moment Frankenski Ski
Now, simply because a certain mad scientist lost his marbles and somehow managed to create a crazed and deranged monster, doesn't mean that taking two pairs of your old, lifeless skis to the backshed and attempting a similar endeavor will result nearly as well. Instead, reach for the Moment Frankenski Ski and save yourself from the potential insanity that failure could cause you. Part butter knife, part chop saw, the Frankenski is a true all-mountain monster that will pop and butter between features in the park and carve groomers like a maniacal scientist chops through malleable corpse flesh--gross, right' Just think of how your old skis would feel.At any rate, the Frankenski sports a soft flex for a playful feel that's fun both in and out of the park. With a 92mm waist width, they're slightly wider than most dedicated park skis, but the extra width will be appreciated when it's time to get sendy through the trees or in those back bowls that tend to hold soft snow. Adding to their all-mountain versatility is Moment's Triple Camber Twin Rocker profile, which sounds all science-y, but it's really just tip and tail rocker with micro camber above and behind the center of the ski. This profile is what gives the Frankenski that poppy feel you want from a park ski, but also allows it to slice through hardpack like a chainsaw, due to the serrated profile of the edge.
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Moment Hot Mess Ski - Women's Moment Hot Mess Ski - Women's
The Moment Hot Mess Women's Ski should come with a bib, because things are guaranteed to get a little messy when you're slicing and dicing hardpack, snacking on crud on chunder, and stuffing your face with boot-top powder. Moment fattened it up a little so you can feast on an even wider variety of snow conditions, and bumped up the profile to the iconic Mustache Rocker. Camber underfoot with rockered tip and tail provides serious bite on hardpack while staying playful in soft snow. The short, zippy turn radius makes it easy to initiate turns while you're nuking through tight trees or skinny little chutes. Even if you had a little too much fun last night and are having trouble keeping things tight on the hill, the Hot Mess' aspen and pine core is there to help. It gives back every ounce of energy that you put into it, making for a playful and responsive ride that never feels dull and dead. Au contraire, it won't have you feeling squirrely and unstable, even in variable snow. Fiberglass laminates and carbon stringers contribute to its smoothness and consistent flex, while the UHMW sidewalls direct power to the 2. 2mm steel edges for a bomber feel on groomers and hard snow, so you'll have enough fun that you'll forget about the questionable dance moves you busted out last night.
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Moment Meridian 107 Ski Moment Meridian 107 Ski
In Chinese medicine, a meridian is a pathway on which your vital life force flows from one point to another, and when you really think about it, the Moment Meridian 107 Ski is no different. Designed to ensure a continuous, unimpeded stream of energy through trees, narrow chutes, and bottomless powder bowls alike, the Meridian touts an all-mountain construction that makes it ideal for days when you just don't know what exactly Mother Nature will throw your way. And while that word hoo-doo is all nice and pretty, it doesn't give the Meridian the proper justice it deserves. In fact, the original ideation for the Meridian started when team rider Carston Oliver requested a slightly more narrow version of Moment's fat and powerful Chipotle Banana, simply because the Chipotle Banana is not exactly the kind of versatile ski you can rely on when conditions call for the security of edges. Henceforth, a dream became a reality and a star was born--and it was named: the Meridian. More specifically, 107mm-waisted Meridian touts a full rocker profile that floats, arcs, and holds an edge when you need it to, yet still ensures a quick-turnaround (shocking, we know). And since it's lacking camber to flex, skiers who fall on the lighter end of the spectrum (or those who simply prefer to charge at a mellow speed) are able to ski confidently without worrying about getting launched off into the outer limits like a cowboy on a bucking bronco. Not to mention, this ski features a stiff flex that ultimately discourages chatter and deflection when hauling around at high speeds. The aspen and ash core ensures things stay light, lively, and durable, while the fiberglass laminates and snappy carbon fiber stringers assure unimpeded versatility (stiff on hardpack and playful in powder). UHMH sidewalls, burly steel edges, and a sintered base ensure you can huck, tumble, and egregiously maneuver obstacles without having to call it quits for the day.
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Moment Meridian 117 Ski Moment Meridian 117 Ski
The snow gods puked out a solid two feet of fresh since the lifts stopped spinning yesterday and the road up to the resort is closed until further notice--good thing you and your Moment Meridian 117 Skis had a few too many post-shred beers and slept in the parking lot last night. Enjoy the creamy, bottomless winter playground all to yourself while the rest of the furious weekend warriors wait for the plows to roll through. With a full rocker and 117mm waist, these planks were made to surf the steep and deep. The aspen core is light and playful, ready for cliff sends and pillow drops, with ash stringers to dampen and stiffen the ski. The custom blend of fiberglass and carbon increase torsional rigidity, and sidewalls let you hold an edge on firm snow and chopped up crud--even when the roads finally clear and the hoards of pow-crazed weekenders charge the slopes Black Friday-style.
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Moment PB&J Ski Moment PB&J Ski
Moment's always been pretty adamant that there's no such thing as a one-ski quiver (after all, who wants to put themselves out of business), but year after year they press the PB&J Ski, and year after it year it crushes groomers like a narrower board, destroys powder like a fatty, and rallies the park like a buttery twin tip. And despite Moment's best efforts, the PB&J remains to be one of the most versatile skis on the market, it just kind of keeps happening. So what's its secret you ask' A seriously manicured mustache. However, there are no lip caterpillars here, unless you bring your own--Moment calls its most versatile rocker profile the Mustache Rocker thanks to its seriously refined look, which ultimately translates into camber underfoot and rocker in the tip and tail. More specifically, the camber provides plenty of bite on hardpack, letting you rally groomers and shred those bulletproof east-coast days, and the tip and tail rocker gives the PB&J the float and pivoty feel that every good powder ski needs. Fiberglass laminates and carbon-fiber stringers give the PB&J plenty of lateral and tip-to-tail stiffness, while the poppy, light, and lively aspen and pine core provides a stable, playful platform whether you're ripping groomers, surfing powder, or boosting in the park. The UHMW sidewalls prevent torsional flex, directing loads of power into the rubber-dampened 2. 2mm steel edges, and the sintered Durasurf base moves faster than an electrified squirrel. Moment also tossed in a reinforced layer under the foot for bomber binding mounting, because nothing will cramp your style faster than a ripped-out heel piece on the best day of the year.
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Moment Sierra Ski - Women's Moment Sierra Ski - Women's
If you're looking for a spunky and fun one-ski quiver, the Moment Women's Sierra Ski is just your style. This all-mountain slayer rocks from coast to coast, and it sports Moment's Triple Camber profile, which is a weird look at first but'll win you over with its performance after your first few turns. With its rockered tip and tail and low center camber, you'll surf and slash pow like a freeskiing champ, while the Sierra's micro-camber sections create focused edge pressure on hardpack for killer carving. As a result, you have a rockstar ski that rockets down groomers, whips through tight tree sections, and zippers bumps with styled precision while its rockered tip plows through crud and slop and allows for buttery smooth and consistent turn initiation.The Sierra's built with UHMW sidewalls, which make it durable but also boosts edging power and stability by keeping the ski from twisting. To make the Sierra ridiculously versatile, Moment engineers gave it a poppy, lightweight aspen and pine wood core that makes it as sweet and playful on a powder day as it is on freshly groomed corduroy. Edges can be a game changer, especially when your day (or season) is ruined by a blowout, so Moment equipped the Sierra with durable 2. 2mm Euro steel edges. It also finished it off with a quick and tough Durasurf base and threw in a reinforced layer under the binding to ensure killer mounting reliability.
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Moment Tahoe 96 Ski Moment Tahoe 96 Ski
When the snow conditions are unpredictable, you can't go wrong with the Moment Tahoe 96 Ski. The Tahoe's Triple Camber profile makes it beyond capable all over the mountain, combining a gently rockered tip and tail with strategically placed camber sections underfoot and fore and aft of the bindings for float, quickness, and powerful edge hold on hardpack and in variable snow conditions. Built with tough semi-cap construction and UHMW sidewalls, the Tahoe is extremely durable, light, and resistant to separation. Moment engineers gave the Tahoe a poppy, lightweight aspen and pine wood core that makes it as sweet and playful on a powder day as it is on freshly groomed corduroy. Not to mention, the wood is sandwiched between multiple layers of fiberglass for torsional stiffness before topping it off with carbon fiber stringers for extra pop and stability so you can power through crud and rally down groomers like a yeti is hot on your tail. With its 96mm waist, the Tahoe is a bestseller in places like the East Coast and the Alps, where chundery and hardpack days are a way of life, but that doesn't mean it can't rip it up in Rocky Mountain pow. The tail rocker makes it surprisingly nimble in tight spots, too, so you can shred Vermont trees like a mongoose running through a pit of cobras. Edges can be a game-changer, too, especially when you blow one out, so Moment equipped the Tahoe with 2. 2mm Euro edges. Oh, and we can't forget Moment's Durasurf 4001 sintered base material that can take a beating while staying fast.
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Rossignol Experience 84 HD Ski Rossignol Experience 84 HD Ski
It takes a lot of work to ski the whole mountain with confidence, but the Rossignol Experience 84 HD Ski makes things a whole lot easier and more fun. It's built to handle soft snow, groomers, hardpack, and ice from the Appalachians to the Rockies to the Sierras, with an intermediate 84mm waist and extended sidecut that engages more aggressively the faster you go, letting you hold a super-solid edge at speed and pivot with ease when you decide to rein things in a bit. The Auto Turn Rocker's also designed to make ripping everything you point the Experience at completely intuitive, with high camber underfoot for top-shelf edge hold and mild rocker in the tip and tail to smooth out uneven snow, plane through powder, and turn on a dime. Even though it's decked out with carbon fiber and fiberglass laminates to keep it reasonably stiff and aggressive, the Experience 84 weighs in at under eight pounds, tying the much smaller Experience 77 and 75 for the distinction of lightest ski in Rossignol's all-mountain line. The lightweight paulownia wood core has a lot to do with this, as does the honeycomb-style Air Tip, which has been cribbed from Rossignol's famous 7 Series skis to reduce swing weight, improve flotation, and eliminate the tip vibration that can plague rockered skis. The Experience is also built with sandwich construction and 30 sidewalls for an ideal balance of weight and edge grip, so you can shred whatever terrain you feel like without a second thought.
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Rossignol Experience 88 HD Ski Rossignol Experience 88 HD Ski
There's a lot of mountain to ski, and only a few short hours of daylight to get it all done, so you'd better strap on the Rossignol Experience 88 HD Ski and stop wasting time. The Experience is down to get after it whether it's gray and snowy, bluebird with fresh corduroy, icy midwinter in New England, or a little bit of everything rolled up into one afternoon, thanks to its lightweight construction, 88mm waist, and versatile camber profile. Rossignol designed it with the same Auto Turn Rocker as all the other skis in the Experience line, giving it high camber underfoot for serious edging power and throwing in a moderately rockered tip and tail to give it a nimble feel and better soft-snow performance. The sidecut radius has been extended, so you get radically more edge contact as you lay the ski on edge, giving you more power and control at higher speeds without sacrificing quickness and nimbleness when you're just cruising.A great all-mountain ski has to be stiff on hardpack but light and maneuverable to get through tight spots, and the Experience hits the mark by combining a light, lively poplar core with a Carbon Alloy Matrix, giving the ski enough stiffness to rally through crud and over ice without taking away its quickness in trees and tight chutes. Rossignol designed the ski with a sandwich construction for enhanced durability, and Rossi finished the Experience off with its now-trademark Air Tip, which uses a honeycomb construction to lighten the tip, reducing vibration and chatter for a smooth, predictable ride in all conditions, which is the whole point of the Experience, after all.
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Rossignol Scratch Ski Rossignol Scratch Ski
Know that place between your shoulder blades that you can't quite reach' Throw a big ol' backscratcher on Rossignol's Scratch Ski and you'll feel better before you've even had time to stomp it. If the park's your only stomping ground, the Scratch is the only stick you need, with a killer combination of pop, durability, and low swing weight that'll let you boost like a lunatic, carve hard into takeoffs, and take things to the streets without causing too much damage. Like any single-minded jib machine, the Scratch's profile sports camber with slight rocker at the tip and tail for super-energetic boosting, and it has a light and snappy poplar wood core and thirty-degree sidewalls to enhance edging and durability. To keep the weight down and tricks up, Rossignol built the Scratch with a Minicap Sandwich construction, which combines the edge grip and power of a sandwich with the lightweight flexibility of a cap. It also gave the ski an Extended Sidecut shape, which provides bomber edge grip at speed and easy maneuverability when you're moving slowly, so you can rail into jumps and take the Scratch into the trees without feeling like it's the last run you'll ever take. Last but not least, Rossi rounded the tip and tail of the Scratch, which makes for smooth trannies, easy buttering, and catch-free switch riding.
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Rossignol Sin 7 Ski Rossignol Sin 7 Ski
Greed, envy, sloth, gluttony, and the rest are all well and good, but even biblical transgressions aren't as much fun as the Rossignol Sin 7 Ski. The mid-fat Sin is the all-mountain messiah of Rossignol's legendary freeride-leaning 7 Series, and while it's not as powder-capable as the bigger Soul, Super, and Squad, its increased versatility and hardpack chops make it a killer board for days when you're dining primarily on hardpack but enjoying healthy servings of soft-snow desert. Rossignol pressed the Sin with its trademark Powder Turn Rocker, which sports an elongated tip rocker profile for easy float in powder and smooth turn initiation, alongside camber underfoot for edge hold and hard-snow reliability. The tapered tail makes it easy to dump speed in powder and change up your turn shapes, while Rossignol's centered sidecut design makes it easy to rail tight groomer turns. Complementing the Sin's shape, the sandwich construction employs edgy and durable sidewalls that protect the poppy poplar wood core from harsh impacts. Rossignol built the Sin with its famous chatter-reducing Air Tip and Free V. A. S. vibration-dampening laminate so you can mob through choppy snow without getting bounced like a basketball.
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Rossignol Smash 7 Ski Rossignol Smash 7 Ski
Rossignol's 7 Series has turned out some of the most highly regarded skis of the last few years, and the Smash 7 is the newest addition to the mountain-crushing lineup. At under eight pounds per pair and with a waist width of 92mm, it's the smallest and lightest ski in the 7 Series, which makes it perfect for intermediate riders looking for big-time performance that won't overwhelm their abilities. The Smash boasts the same Powder Turn Rocker as all the other 7s, giving you the ability to pivot when you're cruising slowly, engage a solid edge at medium speeds, and rip with confidence and serious edge hold when you're opening things up, all the while maintaining float and smoothness in deeper and rougher snow.Rossignol built the Smash with a lightweight paulownia wood core that's light and springy for a fun ride, and overlaid it with a fiberglass laminate to give it enough stiffness to rip without reducing any of its liveliness. It's also been wrapped with a cap construction, which is durable, lightweight, and designed with a centered sidecut that provides easy, predictable edging power on everything from powder to groomers. With a freeride design that's been modified for intermediate rippers, the Smash 7 is a ski that can do it all.
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Scott Punisher 105 Ski Scott Punisher 105 Ski
The newest addition to the Punisher fleet, Scott's Punisher 105 is a rare harmony of playful flotation with hard-charging carving capabilities. The 105 fills the void between the popular 95 and 115, making this more of a daily driver than its counterparts. Traditional camber underfoot gives this ski effective edge control so you can keep crushing it when the goods are tracked out but you aren't ready to quit. For a freeride skier looking to get sendy in the backcountry, the Punisher 105 is a great ski to slap a pair of AT bindings on due to its relatively light weight. The elliptic shape sheds weight while maintaining torsional rigidity creating stability and responsiveness in a variety of terrain. A true one-quiver ski isn't going to excel at one thing in particular, so while you may not float as well as your buddy rocking 125mm pow sticks or carve like a spandex-clad gate basher, the span of terrain this ski ranges is unrivaled by many of its kind.
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Scott Punisher 95 Ski Scott Punisher 95 Ski
You may be a pacifist at heart, but when it comes to skiing, you tend to adopt an aggressive, no-holds-barred policy. With a design that will make frontside groomers hurt, slash tight lines through the trees like a samurai sword, and exact complete domination over crud and wind-buff, it's safe to assume that the Scott Punisher 95 Ski shares your aggressive, take-no-prisoners approach to skiing. The Punisher 95 has all the underpinnings of a daily driver; it has a rockered tip and tail, moderate camber underfoot, and an energetic wood core that offers a consistent and predictable flex. The actual shape of the ski utilizes Scott's 3Dimension sidecut, which consists of sidecut in the tip and tail and a small amount of sidecut underfoot to give the ski a progressive feel that will enable you to make everything from tight turns to broad, sweeping turns down big, back-mountain bowls. The versatile 95mm waist width makes for a great go-to ice coast board, and a wise addition to any West Coast quiver.
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Scott Scrapper 115 Ski Scott Scrapper 115 Ski
Kid brother to the legendary Scrapper 124, the Scott Scrapper 115 Ski packs all the agility, float, and stability of its sibling in an all-mountain friendly width. Built with a super stable Sandwich construction with a full ski length paulownia wood core, the ski stays nimble and quick edge to edge while providing a stiff, energetic flex and ample float that's ravenous for first tracks in fluffy pow and the chopped-up leftovers the next day. Twin-Tip Rocker M design lends a playful feel to a ski that otherwise means business, and the medium 24m turn radius lets you decide whether you want to rip couloirs or surf the swells in open powder fields.
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Scott Slight 100 Ski Scott Slight 100 Ski
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Scott Slight 93 Ski Scott Slight 93 Ski
A fast and responsive resort ski, the Scott Slight 93 is maneuverable and agile, ready for hardpack, bumps, and tight trees. The versatile 93mm waist lets you attack groomers without letting you down in deeper snow.When designing the Slight 93, Scott was committed to providing on-piste performance while understanding that sometimes you want to seek out a little more adventure. The Slight 93 is a great inbounds ski, but don't let that steer you away from the occasional backside lap. The Pro-Tip Rocker profile handles well in powder and variable snow, and a snappy 15-meter turn radius gives this ski a nimble feel, allowing you to make tight turns when you need. The full-length wood core makes this ski stiff and energetic, with an Aramid layer on the bottom to increase dampening.
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Volkl Confession Ski Volkl Confession Ski
Your friends know your powder fever runs pretty hot, but they don't really understand what lengths you'll go to get a faceshot--hike, cut off children, and of course ditch anyone slowing you down. Volkl's Confession Ski complements your no friends on a powder day policy and is designed to sashay through powder and jib off features as if the mountain was your dance floor. The Confession succeeds Volkl's iconic Shiro, eschewing the blunt-nosed tips for a more tapered tip and tail that charges hard and fast when you're looking to speed up. The Confession boasts the same Titanal-laced structure that the Shiro was known for, meaning you're able to cruise through chop without having to worry about your planks suddenly ghosting out on you. And like any good chrome-infused love song, the Confession's rocker tip and tail, combined with camber underfoot, makes for sweet and smooth turn initiation that's backed up by tough P-Tex 4500 bases. The multi-layer wood core consists of a dense ash beneath the bindings to increase screw retention, while the flexible poplar section ensures a snappy, responsive feel so you don't have to compromise dexterity in favor of durability. An adaptive core is nice enough on its own, but without the Power Construction, the Confession ends up coming across like a little soft when you try to take it down big mountains. The Power Construction utilizes vertical sidewalls and an internal torsion box setup that's akin to old racing skis, but ultimately provides grip, stability, and a smooth ride when tackling steep vert. So, for those of you who were worried about whether or not the Shiro replacement would step up to the plate, needless to say you can count on the Confession to deliver reliable stability and shock-absorbing performance.
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Volkl Kanjo Ski Volkl Kanjo Ski
It's remarkable how fast the resort's groomed corduroy goes from neat and organized to messy and chaotic before lunchtime, but you rarely notice a difference because Volkl's Kanjo Ski keeps you speedy regardless of the time of day. Heavy on the camber, the Kanjo cuts into corduroy and crud with equal tenacity, and there's just enough rocker in the tip and tail when snowfall's keeping the resort soft and variable. Volkl made this ski on the stiffer side for more intermediate to advanced riders. The multi-layer wood core blends poplar with stiff beech wood so you can feel a little pop with each turn, and titanium stringers ensure proper stiffness; if you feel like you should ski with something stiffer than titanium, then you might be a superhero.
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Volkl Kendo Ski Volkl Kendo Ski
Consider yourself a mountain-shredding black belt' Chop your way down the mountain with the Volkl Kendo Ski, which slices and dices the entire mountain with the precision of a samurai's blade. Volkl combined a 90mm waist to traditional camber underfoot to create a ski that won't back down from any ice-coast face or Rocky Mountain hardpack, and laid it up with titanium to give you plenty of power when you want to rail turns. The Kendo also uses Volkl's full sidewall construction to enhance the ski's stiffness and durability. Even though the Kendo would be an excellent daily driver for eastern rippers, the Kendo's not a traditional carving ski. It's wide enough to eat up the occasional shot of pow, and has been outfitted with tip and tail rocker to help it get up and over rough snow, ease turn initiation, and ride consistently in almost any snow condition. Volkl also hooked the Kendo up with a multi-layer wood core, which features stiff ash underfoot to improve binding retention and power, with lively poplar in the tips and tails for playfulness and easy maneuvering. The bottom line is the Kendo is a great ski for East coast rippers looking for a daily driver and Westerners looking for a confidence-inspiring ride on the hardpack.
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Volkl Kenja Ski - Women's Volkl Kenja Ski - Women's
The Volkl Kenja Women's Ski is a fun-loving, all-mountain ski that indulges in the occasional pow and relishes ripping down frontside groomers, no matter how many diamonds are on the trail sign. A skinnier version of the more powder-hungry Aura, the Kenja checks in at 90mm underfoot, making it significantly friendlier on the hardpack than its big sister, without giving up the necessary float to enjoy the freshies. Volkl made sure to include a rockered tip and tail, which will smooth out any bumpy rides, plane through powder, and make turn initiation a simple act of thought. Although it's buttery smooth to ski, the Kenja has the chops to open things up courtesy of a titanium laminate sandwiched to the multi-layer ash and poplar core. The ash is located underfoot to improve torsional stiffness, while the light and flexible poplar provides pop and playfulness in the tip and tail. Volkl built the Kenja with its full sidewall construction that consists of vertical sidewalls for durability and serious grip when you're looking to crave up some groomers. When versatility is paramount, look no further than the Kenja.
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Volkl Mantra Ski Volkl Mantra Ski
When last year's version of the Mantra emerged from Volkl's top-secret ski lab with a powder-friendly full rocker profile and the same hard-charging titanium backbone as its predecessors, penny-scraping ski bums everywhere swooned, supplies dried up, and everyone cried for more. Well, Volkl heard your cries and brought them back for another winter of pow-slashing, crud-busting, groomer-bashing fun.If you're into powder (is that even a question') two words should stand out from the first paragraph: Full. Rocker. While the Mantra of yore could be overly aggressive in soft snow and tight trees, the full rocker profile combines with a tapered shape to ease things up, making it easier to throw your skis sideways, scrub speed, and have more fun when things get soft and you need to be light on your feet, but you'll be able to vary your turn shapes and open things up when you feel the need for speed and quickly shut them down when things get techy.With all this talk of powder performance, don't start to feel like you're sacrificing hardpack performance. Even though its waist is two millimeters wider than previous iterations, the Mantra uses Volkl's burly, aggressive Power Construction, with a torsion box for stiffness, vertical sidewalls for durability, and a titanium laminate to keep you charging hard, because, after all, it's still a Mantra. There's ash underfoot for power and top-shelf binding retention, with poplar in the tip and tail for a more lively, playful feel. If you find something it can't handle, you're probably trying to use it as a boat, or a machete, or a pair of pants; keep it pointing downhill on the snow, and you'll see why it's such a legend.
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Volkl Revolt 87 Ski Volkl Revolt 87 Ski
Although Volkl's Revolt 87 Ski hearkens back to the days when resorts didn't have parks, and skiers were forced to roam the streets for rails without bolts, this plank itself isn't some old-school stick. It's a modern park plank that provides professional-leveled pop thanks to its competitive camber shape. The camber not only helps you jump, but also supports each landing for less of an impact. The ski's shape is completely symmetrical with a classic twin tip that rides and butters in any direction with equal zeal. Volkl built the core's tip and tail out of poplar to keep light on your feet, and a denser ash covers underfoot for better binding retention. Carbon stringers reinforce the wood core without weighing you down or losing too much flex. Volkl sandwiched full sidewalls around the ski to enhance durability and ease tune jobs.
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Volkl RTM 84 Ski with iPT Wide Ride XL 12.0 FR GW Binding Volkl RTM 84 Ski with iPT Wide Ride XL 12.0 FR GW Binding
Plenty of people will have you believe that you need a different ski every time conditions are different, but they've never been on the Volkl RTM 84 Ski. It's an all-mountain ski for experts who don't want their gear to hold them back, but it's not built with a take-no-prisoners attitude--its surprising versatility comes courtesy of the 3D. Ridge construction, which concentrates the mass of the ski in the center, so the ski feels light, agile, and incredibly quick from edge to edge while maintaining the stiffness of a traditional frontside ripper.Volkl also laid down a metal laminate to give the RTM plenty of power to bust through chop and chunder, with damping properties to counter vibration and give you a buttery smooth ride. Volkl's new 3D. Glass technology places multiple glass layers underfoot to increase edge grip and provide more rebound and responsiveness while you're carving turns. There won't be any fussing around once you get your sticks, either, because Volkl ships them mounted with an iPT Wide Ride XL 12. 0 binding, a bomber clamp that be cranked all the way up to 12 for solid retention and reliable release.
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Volkl RTM 86 Ski with iPT WR XL 14.0 FR GW Binding Volkl RTM 86 Ski with iPT WR XL 14.0 FR GW Binding
Made to make short work of perfect groomers, leftover crud, trees, bumps, and everything in between, Volkl's RTM 86 UVO Ski is one of the best all-mountain rippers out there, and the fact that it comes with the iPT WR XL 14. 0 FR GW Binding just makes this killer board even better. Volkl's RTM (Ride The Mountain) series is a do-it-all benchmark, and even though it's the widest in the family, it's just as edgy, nimble, and versatile as the slimmer models. This is due primarily to Volkl's 3D. Ridge construction, in which the Extended Sensorwood poplar and beech core is milled to be thicker in the middle and tapered towards the edges, giving you plenty of power and stability along with a quick, agile feel that will let you mach down groomers and shimmy through tight spots with equal comfort. 3D sidewalls provide plenty of edging powder, and a single layer of Titanal keeps the RTM damp, stable, and powerful, so you can plow through chunder and push the speed limit when the fresh corduroy is calling. If Titanal alone doesn't provide enough dampness for your liking, take note of the RTM's UVO vibration-reduction technology. It might look like a an anonymous bump on your tips, but this ingenious design employs a small counterweight that moves independently of your tips to counter vibration in all directions, so you can ski with smoothness and enjoy reliable turn initiation, not fight your chattering skis through high-speed turns. The RTM also ships with Volkl's iPT WR XL 14. 0 FR GW Binding, which is integrated directly into the ski for better feedback and more precise input, so your skis feel like an extension of your feet. The Wide Ride XL footprint is specially designed to help control wider skis and access edges quickly and precisely, so you never have to wait for the ski to bite after you've rolled your ankles into a turn.
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Volkl Transfer 85 Ski - Women's Volkl Transfer 85 Ski - Women's
When asked which super power you'd prefer, invisibility or the gift of flight, you choose the latter every time. With 85mm of ski under your feet, and a lightweight poplar core, the Volkl Women's Transfer 85 Ski has the ability to take your farther, higher, faster--making your dreams a reality. Springy and resilient ash is added to the core beneath the bindings, so you'll have zero problem spinning a cork 540 off that booter you and your buddies built, while the symmetrical sidecut and twin tip construction is there for your switch landing. The full length sidewalls help absorb your impact when you come back down to earth, and support your acceleration out of one trick and into the next.
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Volkl Transfer 89 Ski Volkl Transfer 89 Ski
You tell yourself that you'll take a line outside the park every time you ride up the chairlift, but for whatever reason Volkl's Transfer 89 Ski brings you back as if it were a rollercoaster following the corduroy right off a kicker. Its nimble 89mm waist delivers great balance when you're spinning in the air, and also excels when you're cruising down the resort's steepest groomers. The rocker tip and tail keep you cruising if you hit any crud, and they exceed expectations when it comes to buttering on and off rails. Volkl built the core's tip and tail out of poplar to keep light on your feet, and a denser ash covers underfoot for better binding retention. Carbon stringers reinforce the wood core without weighing you down or losing too much flex. Volkl sandwiched full sidewalls around the ski to enhance durability and ease tune jobs.
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Volkl V-Werks Katana Ski Volkl V-Werks Katana Ski
Carbon is that magical ingredient you'll find in top-of-the-line skis that not only replaces heavy metal laminates, but increases strength and stiffness, too. A few years ago you couldn't find too many companies offering carbon skis, but Volkl was one of the few. Being one of the pioneers in the field of hard-charging, lightweight, carbon skis, the V-Werks Katana returns with its carbon fiber layup and multi wood core--a combination that results in a 15% weight reduction over the non-carbon Katana of yesteryear--the result of which is a ski that loses some weight without sacrificing an ounce of power or performance.The Katana was already a powerhouse. Its moderately girthy waist, wide tip and tail, full rocker profile, and consistent and responsive flex put it in a category that toed the line between a freeride ski and an all-mountain slayer. The V-Werks version of the Katana features a full carbon jacket along the core to improve torsional rigidity, reduce weight while keeping the milled wood core thin and low to the ski. All said and done, the Katana morphed from a versatile all-mountain, freeride ski to one destined for big-mountain touring with its addition to Volkl's V-Werks collection.Although it has the same weight-saving, performance-enhancing technology of Volkl's other V-Werks skis, the V-Werks Katana is more of a big-mountain touring ski than a performance carver. Its ultralight construction make this ski lighter than the standard Katana; although, the two share the same dimensions and rocker profile. While Volkl offers three skis that are fatter and more rockered than the V-Werks Katana (the, One, Two, and AK-sized Three), the Katana offers a cutting-edge balance of stiffness, floatation, stability, weight, and outright maneuverability.
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Volkl Yumi Ski - Women's Volkl Yumi Ski - Women's
Whether you're craving corduroy, got a hankering for hardpack, or curious as to whether or not trees sound, well, tasty, step into the Volkl Yumi Women's Ski and go get your fill at the all-mountain buffet. Falling on the frontside end of Volkl's women's freeski spectrum, the Yumi's an all-mountain freeski that devours bumps, trees, and groomers, without having to worry about that post-meal indigestion. This ski features traditional camber through the body of the ski for grip and stability, but it has a rockered tip that smooths out bumpy rides, cruises over soft patches, and makes it super easy to initiate turns in almost any condition. Additionally, the Yumi boasts a moderate turning radius, making it easy to control, and an 83mm waist that's slim enough to be nimble, but wide enough to provide a stable platform, especially when it comes to tackling East Coast terrain. And while the Yumi's smaller than Volkl's other offerings, it's no shrinking violet. It features the same multi-layer wood core as its big mountain sisters, which is a high-end blend of flexible poplar in the tip and tail, and stiff ash underfoot for power, control, and increased binding retention.
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