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Blizzard Zero G 85 Ski - Women's Blizzard Zero G 85 Ski - Women's
When Spring brings big lines, long approaches, and fast and fun corn conditions, hop on Blizzard's Zero G 85 Women's Skis for lightweight performance on the skintrack and a fun and inspiring ride on the descent. Hovering around four pounds per pair--yes, you read that right--the Zero Gs are some of the lightest touring skis on the market that you won't have to pair with a Lycra suit just to pull off.Their ridiculously lightweight feel comes from Blizzard's Carbon Drive technology, which consists of a light and poppy paulownia wood core combined with a uni-directional 3D carbon frame. These two ingredients deliver skis that float up the skintrack, won't tip you back when you strap them to your back, but will remain torsionally rigid during the descent. The 85mm waist makes them a great candidate for steep and narrow couloirs, spring-like conditions, and icy ski mountaineering objectives. A rockered tip and tail makes for easy turn initiation, while camber underfoot delivers a secure feel when every turn counts.
DPS Skis Zelda 106 Tour1 Ski - Women's DPS Skis Zelda 106 Tour1 Ski - Women's
The Women's Zelda 106 Tour1 Ski is DPS' best option for backcountry skiing in the widest range of snow conditions. Its 106mm waist width ensures proper flotation when you're skiing the goods on a mid-winter powder day, and a narrow turn radius assures solid edge hold when you're making hop turns down icy couloirs.DPS shaped the Zelda with a rocker tip and tail to help you navigate powdery fields with ease, while camber underfoot ensures excellent edge control in corn and on hardpack. The ski's Tour1 construction includes a superlight balsa core, a speedy World Cup race base, a stiff carbon/glass laminate, sharp yet narrow Rockwell edges, and a textured top that prevents snow buildup from weighing you down.
Sale Price: $899.00
Fischer Ranger 89 Ski - Women's Fischer 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 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. The Carbon Tech layup keeps things stiff but smooth, and the carbon tip reduces the flap that can plague rockered skis. 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.
Sale Price: $329.97
Fischer Ranger 98 Ski - Women's Fischer Ranger 98 Ski - Women's
There was a time when finding a women-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 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.
Sale Price: $389.97
G3 ROAMr 100 Ski - Women's G3 ROAMr 100 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 Freeride Rocker 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 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.
Sale Price: $503.16

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