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Atomic Backland UL 78 Ski + Hybrid Skin Atomic Backland UL 78 Ski + Hybrid Skin
You move through the mountains like a well oiled machine--smooth, speedy, and efficient. It's in part because of that impressive, terrain-crushing engine you've got under the hood, but it's also got a bit to do with those Atomic Backland UL 78 Skis and Hybrid Skins underfoot.These ultralight 78mm race skis were built for speed both up and down, with a wood core that keeps things light on the skintrack and stabilizing carbon inserts for power on the way back down. The early rise tip makes for easy turn initiation, with a short, zippy turn radius that keeps these planks maneuverable and responsive when you're picking your way through a tight entrance. Atomic's Hybrid skins are pre-cut to your Backlands, so you don't have to waste any precious time before you get out there and crush the competition.
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Black Diamond Helio 105 Ski Black Diamond Helio 105 Ski
Lugging a heavy set of skis up the mountain might not be so miserable when conditions are prime and you start climbing right from the road, but when finding soft turns requires long approaches and killer climbs, a superlight ski like the Black Diamond Helio 105 is a near necessity. Designed for all-day tours and big ski mountaineering missions, the Helio weighs a feathery six-and-a-bit pounds in a 175cm length, and has a versatile 105mm waist width that will make the most out of whatever pow you can sniff out, without being too unwieldy when you need to ski a bit of wind-jacked snow, neve, or low-elevation refreeze.The Helio gets its lightweight nature from its engineered ultralight balsa and flax core and light-but-stiff carbon fiber laminate. You might expect a ski of this weight class to have a flimsy cap construction, but Black Diamond went with a torsionally stiff sandwich build with beveled ABS sidewalls to keep things stable when you're able to open up the throttle down wide-open bowls and smooth aprons. The Helio isn't all high-speed business, though; the early-rise tip and tail keep the ski playful and maneuverable in tight chutes and trees, while plenty of traditional camber underfoot delivers solid edge hold when surface conditions turn firm. Black Diamond also added thin sheets of metal in the mounting area for better binding retention, and ABS tail protectors with a skin clip tab to protect your boards from abrasive metal skin clips.
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Black Diamond Helio 116 Ski Black Diamond Helio 116 Ski
Sure, it's rewarding to climb and ski from some remote, rarely-visited summit, but let's be honest; skiing bottomless pow is what it's really all about. And when it comes to accessing those far-flung powder stashes, few skis are as well-equipped to take you deep into the backcountry, and keep a pow-plastered smile on your face all day, as the Black Diamond Helio 116 Ski. Being the widest offering in the Helio line, this large-and-in-charge ski is ideal for those days when breaking trail is going to require some extra effort, but the descent is going to be deep and dreamy. The wide 116mm waist works with the early rise tip and tail to float deep powder, and the playful profile gives this ski a pivoty, powder-friendly feel that will slash and burn turns through the trees and scrub speed quick when you're mashing pow on steep, technical lines. Putting all that drool-worthy powder tech aside, the Helio 116 still maintains all the weight-saving tech of the more firm-snow-oriented offerings in the Helio lineup. For starters, the ski is built with a pre-preg carbon fiber layup that keeps the ski ridiculously light (just under seven pounds in the 176cm) while maintaining a balanced and predictable flex, so you can lay into each turn with confidence. ABS sidewalls boost the overall durability of the ski, while the engineered balsa flax wood core keeps weight to a minimum, despite the ski's sandwich construction.
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Black Diamond Helio 88 Ski Black Diamond Helio 88 Ski
Speed-focused backcountry travelers revel in the light is right mantra, but exactly how light is right' The Black Diamond Helio 88 Carbon Ski proudly proclaims that 5lb per pair is about right. And yes, you read that right--per pair. Built with a pre-preg carbon fiber layup and an ultralight engineered balsa flax wood core, the Helio 88 is the skinniest of BD's featherweight Helio line. and it's ravenous for long approaches, technically demanding ascents, and fast climbing. For ski-mountaineering racers, high-altitude die-hards, and dawn-to-dusk expeditioners searching for a bit of levity, these skis are an instant game-changer.Though the Helio 88 feels like two buoyant balloons attached to your rando boots, you won't feel like they're floating away from you when you lock your heels in for the descent. 5mm beveled ABS sidewalls and the durable, chatter-gobbling sandwich construction provides burly torsional rigidity and a smooth, stiff flex for aggressive, formidable performance on hard snow. An early rise tip and ABS tail protector with integrated skin clip lend a touch of float and reduce effort while breaking trail--after all, with the Helio's weight savings, you're sure to be at the front of the pack time after time.
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Black Diamond Helio 95 Ski Black Diamond Helio 95 Ski
More often than not, the ascent is only half the battle, and when you're met with technically demanding terrain and variable snow conditions after a harrowing climb, you need aggressive downhill performance you can depend on. Devour vertical feet on the ascent and descent with the voracious Helio 95 Ski--the mid-width offering from Black Diamond's new, technically-focused ski mountaineering line. The pre-preg carbon fiber layup provides torsional stiffness and progressive, balanced flex that's forgiving in soft snow, but can still stand up to hard pack. An endlessly versatile 95mm waist width is complemented with a medium turn radius that's just as comfortable in tight couloirs as it is on sprawling, untouched powder fields.The Helio's profile consists of a rockered tip, raised tail, and camber underfoot to give you a sense of levity in soft snow and reliable edge hold on boilerplate steeps. An ultralight engineered balsa flax wood core, titanal mounting plates, and ABS sidewalls keep the ski staggeringly light and strong so you can propel yourself to the most remote objectives with the least amount of drudgery in the skintrack. To simplify transitions and prevent wear and tear on the ski tail, the Helio features an ABS tail protector with integrated tab to secure skin clips.
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Black Diamond Route 105 Ski Black Diamond Route 105 Ski
Speed is key when you're knocking out dawn patrols before work--the faster you get up, the more turns you can get in before you make it to your desk. The widest ski in Black Diamond's new Route series, the Route 105 strikes an all-time balance of uphill performance and downhill shreddage. The 105mm waist and rockered profile crush Rocky Mountain pow, and camber underfoot lets you blast through cruddy Northwest sludge no problem. Black Diamond constructed its Route series with a poplar wood core, shedding weight without sacrificing durability while providing springy, playful pop. The pre-preg fiberglass layup adds torsional stiffness to keep the ski steady at high speeds and cuts chatter for a smooth ride down. The sandwich construction increases power and stability on the downhill, so you won't get tossed around if you end up bombing lift-accessed runs when avy conditions spike.
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Black Diamond Route 88 Ski Black Diamond Route 88 Ski
For speedy ascents, big traverses, and multi-day trips, Black Diamond created the Route 88 Ski. BD's new Route series is a more versatile, damper, and stiffer version of their well-known Helio series--not to mention at a much lower price-point. The Route 88 is the thinnest and lightest member of the fleet, enabling you to move through the alpine quickly and efficiently. When designing a lightweight touring ski, Black Diamond made sure they didn't sacrifice downhill performance. Constructed with a poplar wood core and a pre-preg fiberglass layup, the Route 88 is springy and playful, while maintaining torsional rigidity and stiffness, ensuring a smooth descent in all kinds of conditions. The early rise tip keeps you afloat in fresh snow, and camber underfoot keeps you stable and controlled while you're ripping turns down a chute. Plus, you'll be stoked about the short, snappy turn radius when it's time to put your jump turns to the test at the top of a gnarly entrance.
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Dynafit Beast 108 Ski Dynafit Beast 108 Ski
Keeping the Dynafit Beast 108 Ski on groomers in the resort would be like keeping a majestic polar bear in a zoo. With a full rocker profile and backcountry-focused dimensions, the Beast 108 belongs where the snow is deep and the terrain is limitless. Now, if you're thinking a Dynafit ski with freeride dimensions and a full rocker profile sounds familiar, then you've probably heard of the Chugach and Hokkaido skis. Built on the same platform as these skis, the Beast 108 employs the Double Elipse Rocker profile that matches the sidecut and rocker profile to allow the effective edge to either shorten or lengthen as you roll the skis on edge. This gives the ski a predictable, hook-free feel whether you're edging down variable conditions in the alpine or arcing wide-open turns down a big apron. Where the Beast really differentiates itself from its predecessors, though, is with a lighter construction that trims just under nine ounces from the original Chugach.
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Dynafit Beast 98 Ski Dynafit Beast 98 Ski
When Dynafit expanded its backcountry freeride line with the Chugach and Hokkaido skis, it built them around a Double Elipse Rocker profile that was able to adapt to just about any condition while maintaining a fun, fluid ride during the descent. Dynafit has taken that same technology and applied it to its new Beast line, and the Beast 98 Ski is arguably the most versatile in the lineup.The ski maintains the same Double Elipse rocker profile, which allows the effective edge to either lengthen or shorten as the skis are rolled on edge--this gives the ski a predictable, catch-free feel as you initiate and release a turn. Full sidewalls offer a more stable feel when skiing at high speeds, while carbon and fiberglass laminates increase torsional rigidity and keep the weight just under seven pounds in all lengths.
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Dynafit Beast 98 Ski - Women's Dynafit Beast 98 Ski - Women's
Finding the best snow a week after the last storm requires some additional effort. When those sheltered north-facing couloirs seem like the best bet, step into the Dynafit Women's Beast 98 Ski as you get ready for the long skin into your line. The ski is built around a stout ash and poplar wood core that helps save weight during the skin up and maintains stability when you're skiing aggressively on bigger terrain. The ski's 98mm waist puts an emphasis on versatility, so it'll handle everything from windboard at the top, sheltered pow in the middle, to a little bit of the crusty stuff when the apron starts to twist to the east. The Beast isn't your typical backcountry ski, though--its Double Elipse profile consists of a full rocker profile to give the ski a predictable and playful feel as you enter and exit a turn.
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Dynafit DNA Ski Dynafit DNA Ski
Serious randonnee racers know how tough it is to strike the perfect balance between light and powerful--imagine trying to make a delicious fat-free cheeseburger or a chocolate cake with no sugar. Dynafit's master chefs have cooked up a winner in the DNA Ski, though. Each ski weighs just about 1. 5lb per ski (690g) thanks to an innovative carbon-fiber construction and Carbon Flex Tip design. But that doesn't mean the DNA is too light to ski, because carbon speed stringers give it the stability and torsional rigidity of a much heavier board. The whole package is built on a paulownia wood core, which is light and flexible, and it has a pintail design to trim even more weight from the equation. The DNA certainly isn't a traditional looking ski, but, "traditional," has never really been Dynafit's style. It does have tried-and-true traditional camber, but the tip is significantly wider than the tail, with a carbon inlay placed within the tip that's designed to make for a smoother feel when skiing the variable conditions you'll encounter in the alpine. The dual sidecut radius makes it easier to vary your turn shape and works with the tip and tail shapes to help you make silky-smooth descents and move quickly from turn to turn.
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Dynafit Hokkaido Ski Dynafit Hokkaido Ski
Being the more powder-oriented offering in Dynafit's free touring line, the Hokkaido Ski comes at a width of 118mm underfoot, making it a veritable slayer of deep snow. Designed with input from Dynafit's North American team, the Hokkaido was built both to get up and down big lines with speed. With a weight hovering around 9lb in all lengths, the Hokkaido is by no means an ultralight ski, but as all big mountain skiers know, extra weight is an absolute necessity when slicing through variable snow conditions.The Hokkaido is a departure from typical Dynafit designs on almost all fronts. The full ABS sidewall construction favors strength over weight, but delivers durability when the skis inevitably make contact with rock and ice. The profile abandons traditional camber underfoot in favor of Dynafit's all-new Double Ellipse rocker profile. The profile is fully rockered in the tip and tail and is flat underfoot, allowing for more effective edge to engage as the ski rolls over--this means that the Hokkaido will not only hold an edge in steep and icy terrain, but it allows the Hokkaido to carve like a race ski once you're ready to loosen your turns up down open faces and slarve turns in deep pow when conditions turn prime. Carbon fiber stringers and fiberglass work to increase torsional rigidity, while the full carbon shovel saves weight while acting like a suspension fork to eliminate tip chatter for a confidence-inspiring feel you won't find on any other touring-specific ski.
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Dynafit Manaslu 2.0 Ski - Women's Dynafit Manaslu 2.0 Ski - Women's
Dynafit knows that the backcountry isn't full of lollipops and corduroy snow, and that's why it created the Women's Manaslu 2. 0 Ski to be a versatile backcountry board that's ready for a variety of terrain and variable conditions. Built to excel in challenging conditions, this touring ski strikes a healthy balance between weight and performance. Dyanfit's ski engineers gave the Manaslu a lightweight wood core, high-performance laminates, and air channels all of which are meant to cut down on heft while keeping the ski rock solid when gravity takes hold. Dynafit built the Manaslu knowing that weight reduction doesn't mean jack if your ski feels like you're riding a foam plank, so carbon speed stringers are there to increase torsional rigidity and dampen vibrations for increased stability at speed and in firm conditions. Micro sidewall construction uses multiple horizontal layers to create a strong, impact-resistant sidewall that uses less material and weight than a traditional sidewall. Its 3D carbon construction keeps things light. Scoop and tail rocker provide float and control in the deep stuff or over crud while a Pintail allows for an energy-saving body position and intuitive control as you make hop turns down a steep couloir and make wide, open turns once things open up along the apron.
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Dynafit PDG Ski Dynafit PDG Ski
Racing up and down towering mountain peaks at top speeds attracts ultra-athletic, and maybe crazy, skiers, and it goes without saying that these gluttons for punishment demand a ski that can keep up. If you're a rando racer, ski runner, or even a mountaineer with long-distance objectives, the ultralight Dynafit PDG Ski provides the weight savings, durability, and downhill capability you need to get up, get down, and get faster. Named for the Patrouille des Glaciers, the world's most famous skimo race, the PDG is virtually the same as the category-leading DNA, but with a slightly less featherlight construction and a correspondingly mellower price tag, so you can afford to, you know, actually use it. Part of Dynafit's Ski Running collection, the PDG Ski doesn't make any bones about prioritizing the ascent. The paulownia wood core and carbon speed stringers keep things light and strong, while a 3D carbon Flex Tip reduces mass while smoothly absorbing impact and damping vibration for a smooth, predictable ride on icy courses and in choppy snow. There's also light alloy in the tip, which minimizes chatter further and makes sure the skin notch doesn't compromise the tip's stability. The PDG's dual-radius technology lets you bomb past squirrely descenders by combining the benefits of a long and stable front radius with short rear radius for nimble handling and precise control during short turns or on icy steeps. The PDG's pintail reduces flotation in the rear of the ski, allowing for more control in soft snow and a more energy-efficient body position over the ski, and the traditional camber provides plenty of bite when you're putting in first descents or pushing for the podium.
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Dynafit Speed 90 Ski Dynafit Speed 90 Ski
Designed for the skier that isn't appeased by low-hanging fruit, the Dynafit Speed 90 Ski is a long-haul vehicle optimized for long tours, contoured skintracks, and big objectives. The ski's 90mm waist is the widest option in Dynafit's Speed Series, making it the best ski in the line softer conditions--although, it's more than capable of holding its own when confronted with windboard and refrozen ice. Striking a balance between downhill performance and a lighter weight for the ascent, Dynafit built the ski using its 3D Tech construction, which utilizes micro sidewalls to direct more power to the edges when you're edging down a steep line in less-than-ideal conditions. The 3D Tip helps reduce chatter when skiing at higher speeds, and a combination of carbon and fiberglass laminates increase torsional rigidity for added security when you're skiing in a no-fall zone.
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Dynafit Speedfit 84 Ski Dynafit Speedfit 84 Ski
If you'd rather log vertical feet climbed over time spent sitting in a lift line, then the Dynafit Speedfit 84 Ski is your board. Dynafit designed this ski for those crazy few that would rather skin up the resort instead of taking a lift up, so it should come as no surprise that this ski shines on-piste, with a generous dose of camber underfoot and slightly raised tip and trail. Full micro sidewalls strike a good balance between strength and weight, while layers of fiberglass and carbon sandwiched over a ash and poplar wood core give the ski a torsionally rigid feel as you arc high-speed turns down pristine groomers before the lifts start running--don't worry; we won't tell.
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Dynafit Speedfit 84 Ski - Women's Dynafit Speedfit 84 Ski - Women's
If you look at days spent skiing at the resort as an opportunity to train for bigger objectives, then the Dynafit Women's Speedfit 84 Ski is for you. Dynafit's Speedfit series is geared toward human-powered inbounds skiing with a nimble 84mm waist width that's light on the up and a blast to carve down groomed runs. A lightly rockered tip and tail eases turn initiation while a good amount of camber underfoot gives the ski a stable feel when you lay into your turn as much as your touring boots allow you too.
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Dynafit Tour 88 Ski Dynafit Tour 88 Ski
Big lines in remote mountain ranges require a lightweight and efficient ski to access them. The Dynafit Tour 88 Ski is designed for such objectives and implements a versatile design that is capable of long-haul tours, technical descents, and traveling through demanding alpine terrain. Dynafit's Tour series is geared towards alpine touring, and the Tour 88 is arguably one of the most versatile options in the lineup. Its nimble 88mm waist is light on the up and easy to pivot and turn when confronted with tight, technical terrain. Rocker in the tip and tail only adds to the ski's maneuverable nature, while a generous dose of camber underfoot keeps you right-side up when you're making careful turns on refrozen melt-freeze crust and bulletproof windboard.
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Dynafit Tour 88 Ski - Women's Dynafit Tour 88 Ski - Women's
Slogging up a steep skintrack with a heavy set of boards attached to your legs will turn your quads to mush before you can get to the top of your line. Strap Dynafit's Tour 88 Women's Ski to your legs, though, and you'll be fresh and ready to center punch your line with a lively pair of gams. Dynafit designed the Tour 88 as an efficient backountry tool that will handle long tours and variable conditions with aplomb. The skinny 88mm waist keeps the ski light for the ascent and nimble when you're making hop turns down a narrow couloir or icy face. Dynafit surrounded the sturdy poplar and paulownia wood core with layers of fiberglass and carbon to balance weight and torsional rigidity, and even through in mini sidewalls so it won't be game over when you eventually tag a death cookie or rock with one of the edges.
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Dynafit Tour 96 Ski Dynafit Tour 96 Ski
Don't believe your social media feed--the backcountry isn't all faceshots and bottomless, stable pow. Most days consist of wind-damaged runs, dense slabs, and refrozen crust that will test your edge skills. The Dynafit Tour 96 Ski will make the most of the conditions with a versatile midfat waist that offers stability on firm snow but will still float whatever pow you can find lingering in high and sheltered north-facing shots.The Tour 96 wouldn't be a proper Dynafit ski if it wasn't lightweight and had a dash of carbon in its layup to keep the package light. Its poplar and paulownia wood core provides a stable, secure feel while layers of carbon and fiberglass add torsional rigidity so you don't feel like you're skiing on a couple of noodles when conditions take a turn for the firm. Reinforced aluminum tips offer a secure connection between skin and ski and are specifically designed to fit Dynafit skins, so your days of asking your touring partner to reattach your tail clips after a kick-turn are numbered.
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Dynastar Mythic Vertical Ski Dynastar Mythic Vertical Ski
Pull the idea that superlight skis suffer in downhill performance out of the mythical closet of trolls, dragons, and fairy tales, because Dynastar's Mythic Vertical Ski is a myth made true. The Mythic Vertical is a hybrid of sorts, with a mountaineering-friendly, ultralight construction hovering around four pounds per pair and downhill performance that will leave tears in your eyes. Its 87mm waist is undoubtedly ideal for technical, icy terrain found in the high alpine, but Dynastar's patented profile ensures a solid ride wherever hard snow resides in the backcountry. The Mythic sports long tip rocker that helps track steep skinners, enhances turn initiation on the downhill, and maneuvers around hidden sharks and thick tree lines. Camber underfoot increases shock absorption and edge grip when you're gaining speed. Dynastar made this ski with an ultralight core made of paulownia wood and Divinycell foam, sturdy C-ply carbon laminates, and fiberglass for an optimized feel on snow and balanced flex, which translates to more power and better performance on the descent. Its sandwich construction includes full-length sidewalls for stability at high speeds.
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Elan Ibex 94 Carbon Ski Elan Ibex 94 Carbon Ski
You want a lightweight ski for charging hard up the skin track but you're not willing to ride a pair of noodles down sketchy objectives you put your blood, sweat, and tears into on the way up--and rightly so. Mom always said you can't have your cake and eat it too, but the Elan Ibex 94 Carbon Ski begs to differ.With a 94mm waist and Mountain Rocker profile, these sticks keep you afloat in the soft stuff while letting you lay it down on hardpack. Inside the Tubelite wood core you'll find light carbon tubes to add stability and a powerful rebound, with fiberglass reinforcements to stiffen the ski for optimal downhill performance. Vapor Tip inserts further reduce weight and dampen vibrations for a smooth ride while you're plowing through crud, so you can confidently rip anything the backcountry throws at you with enough gas in the tank for an extra lap at the end of the day.
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Elan Ibex 94 Carbon XLT Ski Elan Ibex 94 Carbon XLT Ski
The pinnacle of Elan's touring collection, the Ibex 94 Carbon XLT Ski was designed to let you fly up the skin track with plenty of gas leftover to annihilate the downhill. Constructed with a healthy dose of carbon, you know these planks are going to be light--the Tubelite wood core uses two carbon tubes along the length of the ski to add stability, and the Carbon Power Shell increases torsional rigidity to up the downhill chargeability.The 94mm waist makes for a solid mid-fat ski that's manageable in almost any type of conditions. The Mountain Rocker profile enhances float in deep snow, with camber underfoot to keep you stable in variable conditions, and Vapor Tip inserts in the tip and tail reduce swing weight and dampens vibrations when you're plowing through chunder on your long, arduous deproach.
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Fischer Alpattack Ski Fischer Alpattack Ski
Even the toughest competitor isn't going to get to the the podium racing with 2x4s on his feet, but that doesn't mean he needs to spend every last cent in his piggy bank to get a high-performance randonnee ski. Designed and tested on the hardcore Euro rando circuit, the Fischer Alpattack Ski uses a paulownia wood core with cut-out Air Tec channels and carbon-fiber stringers to reduce weight to a measly 1. 5lbs per ski without giving up the stiffness and control you need to make up time on the descent. Additionally, Fischer's Aeroshape design concentrates mass in the center of the ski, providing a stable platform without tacking on unnecessary and unwieldy ounces around the edges. Angled sidewalls further decrease weight over the edges while simultaneously preventing chipping and damage. The Alpattack also features Fischer's Tour Rocker profile, which combines an early-rise tip with a flat tail and traditional camber to provide a short turning radius, easy turn initiation, and enough float to ensure that you don't get caught up in chundery snow. There's a even a skin notch in the tip for easy, secure climbing and fast transitions, because every second counts when you're aiming for that number one spot.
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Fischer Alpattack Ski Fischer Alpattack Ski
Even the strongest competitors aren't going to get to the podium racing with a pair of 2x4s on their feet, but that doesn't mean you need to spend every last cent in your piggy bank to remain competitive. Designed and tested on the hardcore Euro rando circuit, the Fischer Alpattack Ski uses a paulownia wood core with cut-out Air Tec channels and carbon-fiber stringers to reduce weight to a measly 1. 5lbs per ski without relinquishing the stiffness and control you need to make up time on the descent. Additionally, Fischer's Aeroshape design concentrates mass in the center of the ski, providing a stable platform without tacking on unnecessary and unwieldy ounces around the edges. Angled sidewalls further decrease weight over the edges while simultaneously preventing chipping and damage. The Alpattack also features Fischer's Tour Rocker profile, which combines an early-rise tip with a flat tail and traditional camber to provide a short turning radius, easy turn initiation, and enough float to ensure that you don't get caught up in chundery snow. There's a even a skin notch in the tip for easy, secure climbing and fast transitions, because every second counts when you're aiming for that number one spot.
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Fischer Hannibal Ski Fischer Hannibal Ski
You've got a thing for standing on top of tall, snowy peaks, but you like to rip big on the way down, too. Fischer's Hannibal Ski is a solid option for aggressive freeriders who want to cover some serious ground in the backcountry and aren't about to give up all that work for a subpar descent on a flimsy pair of skimo skis. The 96mm waist makes these planks a great one-quiver backcountry ski, with enough flotation to keep you afloat when you're farming for faceshots and the carvability to lay it down on firm snow when conditions don't quite go your way. The Hannibal's light weight is thanks to a springy paulownia wood core with carbon stringers to enhance torsional rigidity and downhill performance. Fischer's Aeroshape features a curved top sheet which sheds weight while improving stability, and the notch holds your skins on securely while you're powering up the hill at lightning speeds.
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Fischer My Ranger 89 Ski - Women's Fischer My Ranger 89 Ski - Women's
Patrolling the slopes is a tough job, but if you don't do it no one will, so jump on the Fischer My Ranger 89 Women's Ski and make sure no one's pillaging the powder and grabbing the groomers before you spin a few laps in the name of quality control. The Ranger's the perfect partner for conducting all-mountain operations, with a versatile 89mm waist, snow-smoothing Freeski rocker, and a comfortable 17m sidecut that lets you vary your turn shape and be equally comfortable cruising or pushing the speed limit. Fischer built it on a poplar wood core, which gives you a firm and smooth-flexing platform for serious adventuring, and used its special Air Tec Ti milling process to remove a significant amount of the core material, keeping weight down without messing with the flex. That's just skimming the surface of the 89's tech, though. Fischer's put a bunch of effort into designing what it calls Aeroshape technology, which concentrates the weight of the ski in the center, making it more resistant to torsional twisting, which can turn a solid carve into a scary, squirrely turn. If that's still not enough for you, take heart in Fischer's women-specific mounting point, which sets your weight up closer to the front of the ski for easier turning, letting you save your muscles so you can spend more time ripping and less time resting.
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Fischer Stella Alpina 88 Ski - Women's Fischer Stella Alpina 88 Ski - Women's
Mama always said things earned were more satisfactory than things given, and in the spirit of Mama's advice, Fischer's offering up the Stella Alpina 88 Women's Ski. A touring ski made with ladies in mind, the Stella balances weight, stiffness, and stability, so you can zip up the skinner, mob down your line, pop back up, and do it again, in everything from boot-top powder, to windbuff, to perfect corn. The secret ingredient is the Paulownia wood core, which has been milled to a honeycomb shape via Fischer's Air Tec process to reduce weight without compromising Paulownia's snappy, lively characteristics. Complementing the core's natural liveliness is a series of carbon fiber stringers, which give the Stella a playful amount of pop, and a thin Titanal laminate that provides a moderate amount of added stiffness, so you can ski hard without feeling unstable. Mama also said that if some is good, more is better, so Fischer also constructed the Stella with its Aeroshape design, which thickens the ski in the middle and tapers it towards the edges, increasing torsional stiffness so you don't feel squirrely when you're driving the Stella through turns. Thick ABS sidewalls direct more power into the edges and take hits without blowing up, and the flat tail and underfoot camber let you finish strong turns without feeling like you're risking washing out. Freeride Rocker--a moderately raised tip--smooths out rough snow and gives you a good amount of float, too, so you can handle pockets of fresh without wishing you brought your bigger boards.
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Fischer Transalp 88 Ski Fischer Transalp 88 Ski
Just because you're a metal-head doesn't mean you have to sacrifice your hip flexors by heaving heavy metal freeride skis over mountains. In any event, give your muscles the sweet relief they deserve with a little help from the Fischer Transalp 88 Ski. Designed specifically for weight-conscious ski tourers and mountaineers alike, the Transalp weighs just over five pounds per pair so you can traverse ridges, hop canyons, and bag peaks all in a day's work. Additionally, the Transalp features a Tour Rocker, which combines an early rise in the tip with just-enough camber underfoot to help you stay super-stable on hardpack and variable terrain. A paulownia wood core is made even lighter by Fischer's Air Tec channel design, so you can say bye-bye to those pesky charlie horses mid ascent. The classic sandwich construction (combined ABS sidewalls) not only increases durability and shaves off ounces, but also ensures a responsive and balanced feel underfoot. Not to mention, the special Aeroshape design maintains the Transalp's torsional stability while keeping things from getting anywhere near heavy. How metal is that'
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Fischer Verticalp Ski Fischer Verticalp Ski
Try as you might, growing up is teensy bit overrated. And since you're still having a grand old time racing your pals and frenemies to the tops of hills and mountains alike, the folks over at Fischer decided to craft up the Verticalp Ski in order to cater to your ski mountaineering ambitions. This incredibly lightweight ski features a snow-shedding topsheet so you're not bogged down by excessive pounds of slushy wet stuff, while the traditional rocker (specifically the shovel nose and recessed tails) make sailing uphill feel easy as pie. The lightweight paulownia wood core, combined with the Aeroshape construction, delivers lightweight and efficient performance when you're cruising up and over snow-covered mountainsides, yet ensures ample edging when you need it the most. Perhaps most importantly, the Verticalp boasts a unique tuning technology that allows you to maximize your kick turn efficiency and power by simply adjusting your center of gravity, which ultimately allows for a more personalized and controlled experience, so you're the first one to the top and not the caboose.
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Folsom Skis Trigger II Carbon Ski Folsom Skis Trigger II Carbon Ski
The Trigger II Carbon Ski has the same shape as Folsom's popular all-mountain plank with the same name, but it has a lighter construction that keeps you moving quickly up steep skintracks. The ski's versatile shape includes a moderate 99mm waist that's neither too fat for hardpack nor too skinny for softer snow, and it's slightly cambered to employ proper edge control in crusty conditions. In softer, deeper conditions, the tip's extended rocker stays true to the old "keep your tips up" adage on both uphill and down. Unlike the sequel to the original Trigger, this Carbon edition caps the ski's construction without fiberglass laminates. That means this edition won't be as stiff as the Trigger II, but it will be lighter for the rigors involved with backcountry touring.
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G3 FINDr 102 Ski G3 FINDr 102 Ski
There's always a powder stash hiding somewhere in the mountains, and the G3 FINDr 102 Ski will help you hunt it down. This alpine touring ski bridges the gap between superlight mountaineering skis and fat powder skis so you can tour to faraway places in search of the softest lines to float down. Its 102mm waist width undoubtedly hovers over powder, but still cuts all the crud you encounter between powder days. An early rise tip eases turn initiation when you're linking turns down an open bowl, and traditional camber ensures excellent edge control when you're making hop turns down an icy face. The FINDr's core features a 3D shaped blend of poppy poplar and superlight paulownia woods to balance between a lightweight ascent and powerful descent. G3's Flyride Plus construction includes flexible PU sidewalls to give a smooth downhill ride, and the quadraxial and triaxial carbon laminates add heaps of torsional stiffness without adding much weight. Add that to the ski's solid edges, an aluminum mounting plate, and the P-Tex 2000 Electra base, and you're in for a helluva ride both downhill and uphill.
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G3 FINDr 94 Ski G3 FINDr 94 Ski
Your search for a do-it-all alpine touring ski stops at the G3 FINDr 94 Ski. This super-light ski has a 94mm waist that isn't too fat or too skinny, so you can ride everything from wind buff to hardpack with this versatile ski. An early rise tip makes this ski maneuverable in tight couloirs and makes turn initiation a breeze when you're linking turns down more open terrain, and traditional camber ensures excellent edge control when you're skiing hardpack.The FINDr's core is constructed of a mix between poppy poplar and superlight paulownia for a lightweight, but performance-filled experience. G3's Flyride Plus construction includes flexible, PU sidewalls to give a smooth downhill ride, and there are quadraxial and triaxial carbon laminates to add torsional stiffness, but keeping things light. Add that to the ski's solid edges, an aluminum mounting plate, and the P-Tex 2000 Electra base, and you're in for riding your heart out.
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G3 Roamr 100 Elle Ski - Women's G3 Roamr 100 Elle Ski - Women's
The G3 Women's Roamr 100 Ski slays the all-mountain game so you can cover the whole resort and still have time to ride some untracked, backcountry freshies after the chairlifts stop. A 100mm waist width means this ski will ride everything from piste to powder with equal prowess. Its profile combines an early rise tip with a slightly positive camber underfoot to carve crud and track through powder with ease. G3 built the Roamr with a Joyride Plus construction that truly lives up to its name. Joyride starts off with a lightweight, flexible wood core made of poplar and paulownia, then wraps the core with two layers of Titanal aluminum to eliminate vibration when you're cranking high-speed turns. Full alloy steel edges ensure control when you're cutting hard, and the dual-density sidewalls enhance energy absorption and durability. The Stealth Razor Edge reduces overall mass and weight, while the P-Tex 2000 Electra base ensures a speedy feel.
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G3 Roamr 100 Ski G3 Roamr 100 Ski
G3's ROAMr 100 Ski slays the all-mountain game so you can hunt out those last remaining powder stashes and ski the sun cap back to the car, without feeling like you're doing make a mess in your pants. A 100mm waist width means this ski will handle the variable conditions you're guaranteed to encounter in the backcountry. Its profile combines an early rise tip with positive camber underfoot to carve crud and track through powder with ease. G3 built the Roamr with a Joyride construction that lives up to its name. Joyride starts off with a lightweight, flexible wood core made of poplar and paulownia, then wraps the core with two layers of Titanal aluminum to eliminate vibration when you're cranking speeds. Full alloy steel edges ensure control when you're really laying into a turn, and the PU dual-density sidewalls enhance energy absorption and durability. The Stealth Razor Edge reduces overall mass and weight, while the P-Tex 2000 Electra base ensures a speedy feel.
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G3 Roamr 108 Ski G3 Roamr 108 Ski
You roam the resort in search of the softest snow, and if there's nothing but hardpack and ice in bounds, you simply slap skins on G3's Roamr 108 Ski and look for pow in the backcountry. A 108mm waist makes this plank the widest option in G3's all-mountain collection of Roamr skis, which means it's the easiest way to enjoy glorious powder days. That's not to say that this ski only thrives in the softest, deepest snow though; on the contrary, a 108mm waist isn't that wide compared to most powder skis, and it can definitely handle the post-pow crud most commonly found throughout the season. G3 shaped the Roamr with minimal camber underfoot to extend the effective edge, resulting in a smoother, wider turn that floats more like a longer ski. This effective edge makes the Roamr a joy to ride when you're cruising high speeds down steep terrain. The early rise tip rockers above untracked snow to help you set the skin track, and it navigates powder like it was a periscope and the rest of the ski was a submarine. G3's Joyride Plus construction keeps the ski durable for the resort and light for the backcountry.
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G3 Sendr 112 Ski G3 Sendr 112 Ski
Step one: slap skins on G3's Sendr 112 Ski. Step two: skin up the biggest mountain with the most powder. Step three: make a swift transition on the summit. Step four: point these fat planks down the cleanest line with the coolest cliffs. Step five: send'r. The Sendr Ski is G3's fattest stick, so it's undoubtedly the best option for powderhounds and big mountain aficionados, but it also keeps a backcountry-friendly weight of three pounds per plank for touring. As if the wide 112mm waist didn't already keep you afloat in deep snow, the Sendr's early rise tip and tail help you live up to that old mantra: keep your tips up. There's just enough camber to help you spring in and out of powdery turns. The Sendr is such a special ski that G3 ended up making a brand new construction just for it. PowerRide Plus sandwiches multiple layers of carbon and alloy between a poppy, lightweight wood core, resulting in a surprisingly stiff ski for how light it feels on the uphill. G3 added new sidewalls made of polyurethane for long-lasting durability that doesn't disturb the ski's natural flex.
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G3 Synapse+ 101 Elle Ski - Women's G3 Synapse+ 101 Elle Ski - Women's
The G3 Synapse+ 101 Women's Ski has the fun and playful feel of a freeride ski, but with a weight that will keep you on the tails of your Lycra-clad, rando-racing touring partner. G3's line of award winning Synapse Carbon skis made its debut last season, and their versatile rocker profile, lightweight construction, and downhill performance made them the sweetheart of almost every major ski-reviewing publication. This all-new, women-specific addition to the line is built to the same dimensions of the popular Synapse Carbon 101, but sports a softer flex and lighter weight, making it the ideal choice for ladies that want a do-it-all backcountry board.The profile of the Synapse's Stealth Rocker shape consists of a rockered tip, which allows the ski to float through pow and plane through variable conditions and has a lightly rockered tail that keeps the ski surfy and maneuverable when you're getting through the crux of a tight chute. Slight camber underfoot increases the ski's versatility and gives the Synapse the edge hold you need to safely make turns down sketchy ramps of boilerplate and suncap. What really sets the Synapse apart from other skis in its class is G3's Flyride construction. The unique, low-profile build puts two layers of carbon above and below the ski's lightweight paulownia and poplar core, making the Synapse stiff, without adding a bunch of extra weight you'll have to lug up the skintrack. The Flyride construction, which reduces unnecessary mass from the edges to keep the weight down, puts powerful ABS and TPU sidewalls direct power to the edges for a stable and powerful feel. G3 added a layer of titanal to the mounting area for rock-solid binding retention.
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G3 Synapse+ 101 Ski G3 Synapse+ 101 Ski
Do you ditch bindings and staple your boots directly to your skis' Go beardless all winter to cut down on the ounces' Frequently ski naked, just to keep things light' If you answered yes to any of these questions, then take a peek at the G3 Synapse Carbon 101 Ski. The Synapse Carbon 101 is an ultralight (under six pounds per pair) ski that eats powder for breakfast, mops up variable conditions for lunch, and tops it off with some edgy hardpack performance for dinner. Built using G3's Carbon Stealth Construction, which consists of quadraxial and triaxial carbon-fiber laminates above and below the poplar and paulownia core. The Synapse is designed to be super versatile thanks to its 101mm waist, low camber underfoot, and an early rise tip and tail. The tip rise is much more pronounced than in the tail, making it easy to start turns and float up and over powder, the subtle tail rocker lets you lock into and break out of turns with ease, and the cambered section bites into hardpack and helps you navigate the sketchy conditions that are an inevitable component of backcountry skiing.To keep the weight down even more, G3 designed the Synapse with a Stealth Razor edge profile, which reduces the edge mass wherever necessary, without compromising durability. The sidewalls are made of a combination of bombproof ABS and TPU for durability and ultra-efficient power transfer, and G3 also threw in a short Titanal layer under the foot for a bit of stiffness and plenty of binding retention. The whole package is topped off with Rockwell C48 steel edges, P-Tex 2000 Electra sintered bases, and UV- and scratch-resistant bases to keep your boards looking so fresh and so clean.
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G3 Synapse+ 109 Ski G3 Synapse+ 109 Ski
G3 might have sold its soul to make the Synapse 109 Ski as light, stiff, and versatile as it is, but ski it once and you'll think it was a pretty fair deal for G3. The biggest, burliest ski in the Synapse family, the 109 is designed to crush powder, big lines, and steep descents, but it can handle a little hardpack and crud like a champ, which is just the way G3 wanted it. You'll be up, down, and heading up again by the time the other schmoes are leaving the parking lot thanks to the Synapse's lightweight construction. At just over three pounds per ski, the Synapse makes short work of skintracks and long approaches, but does so without compromising even a smidgen of performance on the descent. It has a light, energetic poplar and paulownia wood core that's laid up with two sheets of carbon fiber to keep it stiff enough to handle rough snow, while its ABS and TPU sidewalls direct plenty of power to the burly steel edges when things get dicey.The shape of the Synapse features a highly rockered tip, minimally rockered section underfoot, and an early rise tail that provides a supreme combination of float in the deep and edge grip on firm snow, with equal measures of surfiness and directional feel so you can get playful or point the Synapse and charge. The easy to maneuver profile is also handy when you need to navigate through tight chokes in steep couloirs. The base is made of a tough P-Tex 2000 to handle the occasional ding, and there's even a Titanal plate under the binding zone to ensure rugged mounts and serious binding retention.
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G3 Synapse+ 92 Ski G3 Synapse+ 92 Ski
Not all skis can, or should, be powder-crushing monsters, but that doesn't mean they shouldn't be able to handle their business on whatever snow and terrain the backcountry has to offer. G3's Synapse Carbon 92 Ski might be the smallest and lightest in the Synapse family, but it can handle hardpack, crud, ice, and powder--the grab bag of conditions that you'll find on any given day in the alpine--and that's just the way G3 wanted it. At well under six pounds per pair, the Synapse makes short work of skin tracks, bootpacks, and long alpine approaches, but does so without compromising performance on the descent. It has a light, energetic poplar and paulownia wood core that's laid up with two sheets of differently woven carbon fiber to keep it stiff enough to handle rough snow, with ABS and TPU sidewalls to direct plenty of power to the burly steel edges when things get a little dicey. In addition to the carbon fiber, the Synapse keeps weight down via its Stealth Razor profile, which keeps the core thinner near the edges, reducing weight where possible without sacrificing durability and stiffness. The shape of the Synapse is also worth discussing, as it features a highly rockered tip, minimally cambered section underfoot, and early rise tail that provides a supreme combination of float in the deep and edge grip on firm snow, with equal measures of surfiness and directional feel. The base is made of tough P-Tex 2000 Electra to handle the occasional ding, and there's even a Titanal plate under the binding zone to ensure rugged mounts and serious binding retention, because stepping out of a shoe in a no-fall zone is the last thing you want.
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Hagan Ski Mountaineering Boost 97 Ski Hagan Ski Mountaineering Boost 97 Ski
Weighing three pounds each, Hagan's Boost 97 Ski quickens your pace on the uphill so you can get to the fun part of alpine touring sooner. Speaking of the downhill, the Boost is surprisingly stiff for such a lightweight, and it's one of Hagan's more versatile options for riding powder, crust, and everything between. A 97mm waist keeps the Boost nimble and agile over trickier, icier terrain, and the heavily rockered tip works with the rockered tail to help keep you afloat in softer snow face shot after face shot. Hagan made this ultralight, one-ski quiver with a poppy paulownia wood core with multiple layers of carbon to amp up the stiffness without weighing you down. The majority of the carbon is in the tip to drastically reduce chatter at high speeds. The Boost gets its versatility from Hagan's unique multi-radius sidecut that helps you keep tight turns through trees or wide turns down open aprons.
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Hagan Ski Mountaineering Core 88 Ski Hagan Ski Mountaineering Core 88 Ski
Don't be fooled by the Hagan Core 88 Ski's skinny waist and ridiculously light weight; this isn't some noodly plank that only helps on the uphill. Two layers of carbon keep this ultralight ski surprisingly stiff for the downhill, and Hagan designed the sidecut to ride well in most high-altitude, backcountry conditions. An 88mm waist undeniably excels in firmer snow, but the exaggerated shovel in the rockered helps you keep your tip up when you're blasting through zipper crust or enjoying deep spring corn. The Core's core also features a poppy paulownia core with a balance between lightness and playfulness. The majority of the Core's carbon is in the tip to reduce vibrations when you're cruising at higher speeds. The Core's gets a boost in versatility from Hagan's unique multi-radius sidecut that helps you keep tight turns through trees or wide turns down open aprons.
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Hagan Ski Mountaineering Ultra 65 Ski Hagan Ski Mountaineering Ultra 65 Ski
Skiers were stunned when skis started weighing less than ten pounds per pair, and the fact that each Ultra 65 Ski weighs a little over a pound should be just as stunning, if not more-so. A ski this light and skinny is obviously a favorite among ski mountaineers and randonee racers. The nimble 65mm waist holds an excellent edge on conditions most commonly found in high altitudes: ice, crust, crud, and even a little corn in springtime. Hagen built the Ultra out of a light paulownia wood core with thin carbon laminates to keep the moderate flex consistent from tip to tail. Usually skis this light cap the edges to keep the weight down, but Hagen somehow managed to add durable sidewalls underfoot and still keep the weight lighter than most.
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Hagan Ski Mountaineering Ultra 76 Ski Hagan Ski Mountaineering Ultra 76 Ski
High-altitude mountaineering missions require gear that keeps you fast and light, Hagan's Ultra 76 Ski only weighs two pounds per plank to keep you light on your feet, and it rides downhill like a race-inspired carver. Its nimble 76mm waist makes snappy turns to navigate through tight couloirs and steep, icy aprons easier, and the light rocker helps you keep your tips up in conditions specific to high-altitude skiing: ice, chunder, the occasional corn. Hagen built the Ultra out of a poppy poplar core with thin fiberglass laminates and a couple carbon stringers to keep the moderate flex consistent from tip to tail. Usually skis this light cap the edges to keep the weight down, but Hagen somehow managed to add durable sidewalls underfoot and still keep the weight lighter than most.
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La Sportiva Maximo LS Ski - Men's La Sportiva Maximo LS Ski - Men's
The La Sportiva Men's Maximo LS Ski strikes a healthy balance between ultralight uphill capabilities and downhill performance. The Maximo maintains a slim weight of three pounds per ski to keep you light on your feet for those days you're logging thousands of feet of vert. La Sportiva was able to keep the Maximo light with its brand-new Low Profile Omega technology, which is a wood core with air canals to retain good durability while lowering the ski's overall weight. La Sportiva shaped the Maximo with a skinny 88mm waist and traditional camber for optimal performance over firmer snow, but since it's La Sportiva's widest ski for randonnee racing, it's the rando racer's best choice for softer, more variable, conditions. Also unique to the Maximo LS Ski is the Cap Piuma Quadriaxial construction, which weaves carbon and fiberglass stringers around the thin wood core to assure the stiffness needed for downhill skiing. La Sportiva capped the Maximo's construction for lightness, added a scratch-proof topsheet for durability, and installed a fiber plate for better binding retention.
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Liberty Variant 97 Ski Liberty Variant 97 Ski
When your day consists of everything from laying trenches down corduroy to venturing through back bowl crud, you'll want the Liberty Variant 97 Ski on your side. Built to carve in all snow conditions, this ski has an easy-going personality that inspires trust at any speed. The ski's Hammer Rocker design has a low-rise tip rocker combined with camber back to the tail for amazing edge grip with easy turn entry and flotation. A burly ABS sidewall construction offers killer edge hold and powerful steering capabilities for carving up hardpack. The Variant 97 is made with an ultra-durable, lively, and sustainable bamboo core combined with a Titanal layer for power, dampening, and edge hold. A fiberglass laminate helps keep things powerful and stiff, so you can push the speed limit without fear. Liberty gave this ski their fastest, hardest base and paired it with HRC 48 edges for greater durability and longer life.
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Moment Bibby Tour Ski Moment Bibby Tour Ski
While you're certainly not opposed to lifting weights and flexing your muscles, you prefer your touring setup to abstain from feeling akin to a 30 pound cement block attached to your foot. Case in point, the Moment Bibby Tour Ski is anything but heavy and egocentric, meaning it has no problem lapping the same powder bowl time and time again, simply because it's fun (and who cares if anyone is watching). The Bibby Tour touts the same name as its older brother for, well, very obvious reasons. The folks over at Moment decided to take the same dependable performance of the sled-and-resort-friendly Bibby, but shaved off a few pounds, making it more appealing to skiers who prefer human-powered pursuits. More specifically, the Bibby Tour features Moment's Low Fat Layup, which is significantly lighter than the original construction and consists of a paulownia and ash core, plus more carbon and lighter fiberglass. Not only does this design cut down on ounces, but it offers a playful feel underfoot while the triaxial fiberglass and carbon fiber stringers provide the torsional stability you need for unimpeded versatility when it comes to tackling all sorts of terrain. Meanwhile, the Mustache Rocker ensures the Bibby Tour maintains its directional roots. The Mustache Rocker combines decent amounts of tip and tail rocker with a solid cambered section underfoot, giving the ski a nearly unparalleled ability to float over soft snow, charge through chop, and slash big sideways turns when conditions call for it. Not to mention, the tails are simple to break out when you need to scrub speed, and the steel edges have been covered with a VDS rubber damping layer for a smoother, less chattery feel on hardpack.
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Moment Deathwish 106 Tour Ski Moment Deathwish 106 Tour Ski
Don't let the name scare you away, Moment's Deathwish 106 Tour Ski is anything but morbid. A slimmed down, lightweight version of the already popular Deathwish, these planks tackle the skin track and subsequent pillow lines with equal prowess and determination.The paulownia and ash wood core blends a lively feel with vibration damping to cut chatter through crud, and the carbon fiber and triaxial fiberglass laminates maintain torsional rigidity and pop without the weight. The versatile 106mm waist drops powdery pillow stacks likes the pros, while camber underfoot and sidewalls let you lay it down with control and stability when the going gets firm.
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Moment Meridian Tour Ski Moment Meridian Tour Ski
A lightweight Meridian with Moment's tour tip and tail, the Meridian Tour Ski is a solid weapon of choice to pillage and plunder the backcountry for pillow stacks and silky pow slashes. The full rocker profile thrives in fresh snow, ready to huck, slash, and surf the steep and deep, and a 107mm waist gives the Meridian some serious all-terrain capabilities, whether it's a post-storm pow mission or a corn-filled springtime objective.The paulownia and ash wood core is what makes this ski lighter than its bulkier downhill-oriented counterpart, with a springy and poppy feel thanks to fiberglass and carbon fiber laminates. Sidewalls let you hold an edge grip when you're cruising down firm slopes, and the Durasurf base is durable and ready to take a beating should you jump the gun and try to score some mid-October faceshots.
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Scott SuperGuide 105 Ski Scott SuperGuide 105 Ski
Light is right, but the fatter the better--thankfully, Scott made the SuperGuide 105 Ski for the touring-oriented powder pig. The full-length wood core and carbon stringers join forces in bombproof sandwich construction to create a ski that's pretty dang light but still stable and energetic during the descent. With a waist width of 105mm, this ski will float like a butterfly in pow and sting like a bee when you hit hardpack and techy terrain. Add in the ridiculously convenient skin fixation system, and you're ready to rock.
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Scott SuperGuide 95 Ski Scott SuperGuide 95 Ski
Having a lightweight ski is essential when you're aiming to knock out long tours, but flailing your way down the descent isn't any fun, so you need to balance climbing ability and skiing chops. The Scott Superguide 95 Ski pulls off this delicate balancing act by using Scott's elliptical sandwich sidewall construction, which combines traditional near-vertical sidewalls with a rounded construction to balance edge hold, stability, and weight. The core is made of wood, but Scott laid it up with layers of carbon and KEVLAR to add stiffness without bringing extra ounces along for the ride and also included tip and tail cutouts to reduce chatter and help make the Superguide nimbler in tight spots. To make turning smooth and easy regardless of conditions, speed, or turn shape, Scott engineered the Superguide with its 3Dimension sidecut radius, which combines three different sidecut shapes to help you vary your turns comfortably and easily in tight couloirs, on open faces, and everywhere in between. There's a notch on the tail for easy skin attachment, and a gently rockered tip and tail to help you cruise through soft and uneven snow without getting hung up.
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Volkl BMT 109 Ski Volkl BMT 109 Ski
Tough decisions abound in the mountains: Keep going or turn around' Couloir jump-turning or open-face ripping' Beer or whiskey' Volkl's V-Werks BMT 109 ski won't stop these dilemmas from dogging you, but with a featherweight construction and full-blown freeride pedigree, it'll at least mean you won't have to choose between torn hip flexors and downhill terror anymore. Constructed with a multi-layer wood core bundled up inside a stiff carbon-fiber jacket, the BMT 109 weighs in at under eight pounds a pair, helping it cruise up the skintrack in a way you never thought was possible. That being said, you can rest assured it's got plenty of Volkl's aggressive DNA to slay any conditions you hit on the way down. Poplar in the tails and tips gives the ski unapologetic energy, while sturdy ash underfoot lends confidence-inspiring stability when things take a turn towards choppy chunder. A fully rockered shape complements the wood core, floating through deep bowls eagerly, as the tapered tips make it easier to throw your skis sideways and skid out loose, surfy turns. At 109mm underfoot, the BMT (Big-Mountain Touring, if you were wondering) makes a pretty strong case for its versatility. Sitting in the sweet spot between all-pow and all-mountain, 109mm is wide enough to float through fluff but slim enough to maintain an edge on alpine hardpack and the occasional frontside groomer. Short sidewalls save weight, and Volkl's Ice. Off topsheet helps prevent ice and snow from building up and weighing you down. To make pre-dawn mornings at the trailhead simpler, Volkl made sure to include a Skin Pin at the tip and a flat notch at the tail so you can slap your skins on and start the climb without any drama.
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Volkl BMT 122 Ski Volkl BMT 122 Ski
With the advent of the Volkl V-Werks BMT series, the days of sacrificing touring performance for downhill stability are over. Made for skiers who like to blast up their own lines and shred them like they've been lit on fire, the V-Werks BMT (big-mountain touring, if you're into acronyms) 122 Ski comes with a featherweight multi-layer wood core comprised of poplar and ash. The poplar in the tip and tail establishes a light, playful ride, while ash underfoot brings power and stability when you're maching down a gun-barrel chute like a lunatic. Extra light was the name of the game during Volkl's engineering process, and the resulting 8. 5lb weight of a 186cm pair means your hip flexors won't be crying out in pain, nor will your rando-racing buddies be looking at each other wishing they left you back at the trailhead. New for this year, Volkl added an Ice. Off topsheet to the BMT 122, aiming to help the ski shed ice and snow faster so it doesn't weigh you down on the way up or down. A fully rockered profile, complete with slightly tapered tips, and a fat 122mm waist delineate the BMT's pow-gobbling pedigree, setting the ski up to surf, slash, and smear its way down pillowy lines all over the backcountry. Since Mother Nature can't come through with the goods every day of the season, Volkl bundles the whole package up in a light, stiff carbon-fiber jacket, with a section of short sidewall construction by the foot for increased grip and stability on harder snow. When you're standing at the trailhead getting ready before dawn, you'll appreciate the BMT 122's skin notch in the tail and Skin Pin in the tip, which allow you to attach Volkl's pre-cut, glue-free Vacuum climbing skins quickly and easily. Your touring setup's never going to be the same.
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Volkl BMT 90 Alpine Touring Ski Volkl BMT 90 Alpine Touring Ski
Not including Volkl's ultralight, mountaineering skis, the BMT 90 Alpine Touring Ski is the skinniest and most versatile plank in Volkl's backcountry collection. It might not hover the deepest, softest snow of the season like the 122,but you'll certainly have an easier time cutting through crust commonly found in the backcountry between storms. That's not to say that Volkl doesn't admire powder days like every skier out there; the BMT's rocker tip and tail keeps you cruising through the soft stuff without a hassle. Volkl designed the BMT with a unique 3D. Ridge that tapers down to razor-like edges at the tip and tail to drastically reduce weight without compromising stability at high speeds. A full carbon jacket keeps the ultralight wood core stiff enough for advanced riders to enjoy themselves. The Ice. Off top sheet keeps snow off your skis when you're setting the skin track.
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Volkl VTA 108 Alpine Touring Ski Volkl VTA 108 Alpine Touring Ski
You love fresh powder turns and you're not afraid to earn 'em. Tackle the steep and deep with Volkl's new VTA 108 Alpine Touring Skis on your feet. The VTA 108 is the fattest option in Volkl's newly expanded VTA collection this season, with a 108mm waist that's just begging for a good pow slash. The VTA series represents the ultralight end of the spectrum among Volkl's fleet of touring skis--featuring Volkl's VTA Superlite Outline, carbon tip, and Tourlite wood core, these sticks fly up the hill as fast as you can say skin track. Volkl's signature Ice. Off topsheet provides a solution to frustrating snow buildup while you're skinning in deep snow, with an anti-icing surface structure that sheds snow buildup. The flat tail makes it easy to wedge into the snow during tricky kick turns, and with the Skin Pin system at the shovel of your ski, your skins can be securely fastened quickly and efficiently. Volkl put a lot of thought into uphill performance with the VTA series, but that don't be afraid to let it rip on the descent. The wood core offers a consistent flex and a playful feel, with a moderate taper that handles variable snow just as well as feather-light blower.
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Volkl VTA 88 Lite Alpine Touring Ski Volkl VTA 88 Lite Alpine Touring Ski
Distant peaks seem a little closer when you have a lightweight touring ski on your feet, and when that ski throws real descending chops into the bargain, the mountains become your playground. Making long tours seem short and hairy lines seem mellow is the name of the Volkl VTA 88 Lite Ski's game, and it comes as no surprise that it's been earning plaudits from those who value light and fast skis. Vokl built the VTA with its superlight Hybrid wood core and stiff, weight-saving Carbon Construction, so the final package weighs under 4. 5 pounds per pair. It's not a terrifyingly chattery rando toothpick; although, at 88mm underfoot, the VTA floats like an all-mountain ski but weighs about the same as many narrower boards, and it features Volkl's quickness-boosting and stability-enhancing 3D. Ridge design, which gives the ski a smooth, predictable flex and steady feel.
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Volkl VTA 98 Alpine Touring Ski Volkl VTA 98 Alpine Touring Ski
The most versatile ski in Volkl's VTA series, the VTA 98 is what you're going to take on big missions and multi-day trips where ounces count so much that you've sawed your tooth brush in half to cut weight. It's fun to have fat pow sticks to slay deep powder, but backcountry skiing inevitably involves a lot of variable crud and sketchy maneuvering. While the VTA 98 keeps you afloat in powder, it handles the crap much better than it's burlier 108mm-waisted older brother.Constructed with Volkl's Tourlite wood core, Superlite Outline, and carbon tip, these feather light sticks will have you cruising up the skinner like someone lit a fire under your ass. The flat tails come in handy while you're maneuvering up gnarly kick turns that make you wish you kept up with yoga after your free week expired, and the Ice. Off topsheets keep pesky snow buildup from dragging you down on the way up. The VTA 98 may be light, but camber underfoot and moderate tapering still let you rip turns down steep, firm snow with stability and control.
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