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4FRNT Skis Click Ski 4FRNT Skis Click Ski
Every once in a while, everything comes together and that cork seven feels as easy as falling asleep. That's the sort of feeling the 4FRNT Click Ski specializes in, so it's a perfect park, pipe, and urban tool for anyone looking to take their game up a level or two. It's extra light, thanks to a Hyper-Lite poplar core and a cap construction, so you can trick everyone into thinking you're rocking the newest anti-gravity boots when you're boosting like a legend, and it has a swing weight that's more finely balanced than a 100-year-old-bottle of French wine. The design's pure classic, with traditional camber for edge grip and confidence on sketchy in-runs and takeoffs, and the traditional contact points provide a ton of effective edge so you don't wash out and go over the lip face first. 4FRNT also gave the Click a soft, supple flex that's more buttery than a dairy farm so you can smear off rollers, handle transitions of all shapes, and shred park and urban obstacles like there's no tomorrow.
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4FRNT Skis Hoji Ski 4FRNT Skis Hoji Ski
You can't spell his name, but you know who Hoji is and what he's all about, so you probably already know what to expect from his 4FRNT pro model ski: a ripping, pow-loving maniac that's not opposed to some serious skintrack time. Hoji's human-powered ethos is pretty well known, so 4FRNT updated his namesake ski with a new poplar and paulownia Pop Core, which lends a 15% weight reduction from previous years. That way, you save your hip flexors and your energy when you're punching up 4,000 feet to the top of an unnamed peak in interior BC. Both woods are strong and snappy, too, so you can really put the Hoji through its high-speed paces without feeling unstable or chattery. Fiberglass laminates give the boards even more stability and edge control, and 4FRNT's Vibe Veil technology uses a vibration-dampening layer to take the squirreliness out of these fully rockered monsters.At 112mm underfoot, the Hoji is still nimble enough to slarve turns through the trees, but with Reflect Tech technology, the rocker radius and sidecut match, allowing the ski to edge smoothly and predictably. With a 30m turn radius, the Hoji lives for big lines skied fast. Reverse camber and tapered extremities take the drawbacks of rocker out of the equation by eliminating tip and tail hook when you're in powder and providing a platform for a powder skiing sensation unmatched by any other ski on the market. The semi-cap construction wraps the topsheet around the sidewall, providing increased durability and longevity to the ski. So when you're ready, step into the Hoji and charge like never before, whether you're ripping Hollywood lines or putting in first descents far away from civilization.
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4FRNT Skis Kye 110 Ski 4FRNT Skis Kye 110 Ski
Shaped by Kye Petersen, the 4FRNT Kye 110 Ski was designed and built to match Kye's fast and fluid big mountain brand of skiing. The moderately-sized 110 sits between the 120 and 95 options in 4FRNT'S all-new Kye series and is the most versatile in the line. At first glance, the Kye may seem reminiscent of the successful Hoji or Renegade, but with a heavy dose of camber underfoot, the only thing the Kye shares with either of these skis is an appetite for big mountain descents.The Kye 110 is a stiffer ski than its powder-crushing big brother, the Kye 120, since it has a scaled-down tail rocker that delivers a solid and stable feel in wind-effected snow and spring conditions. With a waist width hovering around 110 in all lengths and ample rocker in the tip, the Kye 110 offers plenty of float for all but the deepest days. The ski stays blase in chattery conditions thanks to 4FRNT's VibeVeil technology, which consists of a elastic membrane laminated in the tip and tail rocker of the ski for a solid and stable feel when skiing fast in variable snow. A full-length wood core that's 15% lighter than the previous year combined with 4FRNT's semi-cap construction with ABS sidewalls only adds to the Kye's overall stability, making it a true big mountain ski that will handle just about any surface condition the mountain can throw at it.
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4FRNT Skis Kye 95 Ski 4FRNT Skis Kye 95 Ski
If you've ever seen Kye Petersen ski, then you know that neither the conditions or the mountain are going to hold him back from going big. Being the smallest and most versatile ski in 4FRNT's Kye series, the Kye 95 is a great all-mountain ski that will make short work of just about any terrain, or snow, the mountain can throw your way. All lengths hover right around 95mm underfoot with the the 173 sitting at 91mm and the 187 a coming in a bit wider at 99mm at the waist. A rockered tip keeps the ski playful, while camber underfoot offers solid edge hold, and a scaled-down tail rocker helps increase the Kye's solid feel without compromising the ski's smear-ability.Like other skis in the Kye series, the Kye 95 features 4FRNT's Vibe Veil technology, which consists of an elastic membrane laminated in the tip and tail in order to help eliminate tip chatter and offer a more damp and stable feel. 4FRNT stuck to its semi-cap construction, which combines a capped topsheet and ABS sidewalls, striking a good balance between power and stability without sacrificing the top sheet's durability in the process. A 15% lighter poplar and paulownia wood core runs the length of the ski, while fiberglass laminates increase the torsional rigidity. That way, you can ski it hard in the resort or make kick-turns up a steep skintrack in the backcountry.
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4FRNT Skis Originator Ski 4FRNT Skis Originator Ski
If you spend each winter cursing kids with their skis that look more like snowboards, then consider the 4FRNT Originator Ski to bring some old-fashioned joy back into your mogul-shredding style. A true bump ski, the Originator is akin to skis your old man used to rock back when there wasn't such a thing as a terrain park and lift tickets were ten bucks a pop.The Originator Ski's classic camber profile puts an emphasis on classic and will give you the bomber edge hold you had back in the good ol' days. It styles a skinny waist and surprisingly playful tip that allows you to ride everything from car-sized bumps, slush bumps, and zipper lines. 4FRNT built this ski with a solid semi-cap construction with durable ABS sidewalls and a Hyper-Block core that will gobble up groomers when your legs need a break from all those bumps.
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4FRNT Skis Renegade Ski 4FRNT Skis Renegade Ski
4FRNT's Renegade Ski isn't the new kid on the block anymore, but the fact that everyone still loves it (even without the new-kid-at-school sheen) is pretty solid evidence that the Renegade is awesome. The Renegade's designed with a full rocker profile to take advantage of all the untracked cold smoke you find and has a tapered tip and tail to allow for easy smearing and gigantic power slides. The nose rocker is significantly higher for better float, while the low-profile tail rocker provides the backbone you need to stomp cliffs and the power to finish turns hard and without getting sloppy. Sliding's great, but Hoji gets up on edge better than pretty much anyone in the game, so it's only logical that the Renegade uses Reflect Tech to match the sidecut and camber profiles, offering smooth, hook-free carving and more effective edge than a fully rockered ski has any right to. The stiff wood core and newly added carbon stringers are sandwiched between two fiberglass laminates for a stiff, powerful ride that's not super heavy, so touring isn't entirely out of the question. 4FRNT's unique semi-cap construction foregoes full sidewalls in favor of wrapping the topsheet into the half-height ABS sidewalls for durability and silly amounts of energy transfer without the making the ski weighty and clunky. The Renegade also boasts a vibration-dampening Vibe Veil layer to make your ride that much smoother and durable full-wrap steel edges to resist blowouts when the going gets sharky.
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4FRNT Skis Switchblade Ski 4FRNT Skis Switchblade Ski
Don't broadcast the fact that you have the 4FRNT Switchblade Ski in your quiver, or the park police might show up and hassle you for being too gnarly. After all, the Switchblade is designed to help serious shredders get rowdy with the stiffest flex in 4FRNT's park line and a traditional camber profile that's designed to hit big jumps and high-consequence rails at speed without exploding when you land.Traditional contact points at the tip and tail give it a long, strong effective edge to help you carve hard into jumps, and fiberglass laminates give you plenty of pop to add hangtime to each and every hit. The Switchblade also has a super energetic Hyper-Block poplar and birch core and semi-cap construction to keep things light and spinning like a merry-go-round.
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4FRNT Skis Vandal Ski 4FRNT Skis Vandal Ski
Wall rides, whale tails, DFDs, fallen-tree jibs, lift towers--no feature is safe from tagging on the 4FRNT Vandal Ski. Snappy, energetic birch and poplar wood snuggle up together with durable fiberglass laminates in the HyperBlock core, providing a ride that's stiff enough to mash flat landings and high-speed carves, but creamy enough at the tip and tail to slather up your park run with a hearty dose of nose butters. The tight turn radius and traditional camber underfoot rocket you into sevens off the lip of step-downs with ease, but don't assume that these sticks are for park and groomers alone. Quietly fattening up park skis like Hansel and Gretel, 4FRNT equipped the Vandal with a slightly chubby 98mm waist width so it can play in the forest, too.
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4FRNT Skis WISE Ski 4FRNT Skis WISE Ski
If you hit the pipe like David Wise, or at least dream about throwing down Wisean tricks on the regular, his Wise pro model ski from 4FRNT is a tool that's too ill to pass up. A full-on freestyle ski with a ton of camber for boosting 20 feet out of the pipe, the Wise features a stiff and poppy maple core sandwiched between two layers of fiberglass, so you can rally hard into big hits and not worry that you won't have the hangtime to pull that double around to your feet.The camber provides plenty of edge bite to take the sketchiness out of bulletproof pipe walls, and the semi-cap construction helps keep weight down--the Wise weighs just seven pounds in a 177cm length--without sacrificing durability or hold. 4FRNT also hooked the core up with its signature Vibe Veil vibration-dampening laminate for a smooth, chatter-free ride, and hand-built the Wise in its legendary White Room factory in Salt Lake City, so you can rest assured that it won't disintegrate after a few sessions of serious stomping.
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4FRNT Skis YLE Ski 4FRNT Skis YLE Ski
If there are backcountry booters, cliff drops, and pow lines on the menu, the 4FRNT YLE Ski is the utensil you want to pick up. It's the signature plank of backcountry freestyle boss Wiley Miller, so it's no surprise that it comes with a stomp-happy 119mm waist, a near-center mounting point for silky smooth spinning, and a fully symmetrical twin-tip design for almost-too-easy switch riding. It's the ski Wiley's ridden to backcountry freestyle podiums, so it's sickness shouldn't be surprising, but we bet you'll still be blown away by the combination of rockered tips and tails and camber underfoot, which lets you slash loose turns and gives you the versatility to make whatever sort of turn you want without sacrificing all your edge grip. The YLE isn't meant to be light as a feather--more solid means more stompy--but the wood core and semi-cap construction keeps weight down for increased pop and better spinning, and the fiberglass laminates give the ski plenty of pop so you can get maximum boost off backcountry booters, wind lips, and cliff hits. The ski's ABS sidewalls provide the edge hold that you need when you're rallying into a step up, and the sintered carbon base keeps things lightning quick, so you don't short Chad's gap and end up splattered on the backside of the landing.
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Amplid Antidote Ski Amplid Antidote Ski
Take a daily dose of snow with Amplid's Antidote Ski, and the combination will keep you healthier than any vitamin can. Sure, this elixir won't save you from snake bites and slow-acting poisons, but it'll definitely make sure that you don't die from a lack of jibby sickness. Amplid's Antidote was designed to butter, spin, and slide its way through the park and across town, so it's no surprise that the ski throws down a plethora of unique jib-inspired features. The Roundtop sidewalls roll into the topsheets to prevent chipping or catching, and the Abuse Base Technology utilizes a micro layer of metal under the base to prevent blowouts and dings when you're stomping hard or sliding rails. TPU spin tips reduce weight at the extremities for faster spinning, and the fully symmetrical design means the Antidote rides just as smoothly backwards as forwards, so skiing switch is almost too easy.To keep things light and buttery, Amplid built the Antidote on its Hard wood core, which is just poplar underfoot blended with harder birch and laid up with a pre-stretched fiberglass laminate, which makes sure the ski doesn't lose pop as the fibers gradually elongate with use. It also laid down Pop-Band carbon fiber stringers for extra stability, and made sure the Antidote had a progressive flex so you can press easily through the tips and rely on the stiffness of the underfoot camber to let you rail turns into takeoffs and get super stompy on landings. To keep things nimble and lightweight, Amplid also engineered the Antidote with its Jekyll & Hyde geometry, which pairs sidecut and rocker profiles to make sure you have maximum edge contact and grip, even with a shorter, spinnier ski.
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Amplid Infrablack Ski Amplid Infrablack Ski
We all need a pair of sendin' sticks, and there aren't many better than the Amplid Infrablack Ski. A legend that took a five year hiatus to recharge its batteries, the Infrablack comes back better than ever, with a smooth, floaty tip rocker, powerful flat tail, and redesigned, lightweight, and seriously burly core. As the dimensions would suggest, it's a big-mountain pow ski, made to shred deep AK lines and stomp BC pillows at high speeds, but a pow ski shouldn't be a dead, damp missile. Amplid built the Infrablack on a Helio P15 Ultralight wood core that's been drilled out in sections and filled with HexO2 composite for a lightweight and nimble boost, and then wrapped up in Amplid's Full Carbon Jacket for bomber stiffness without extra weight. It also laid down a pre-stretched fiberglass laminate to give the ski torsional stiffness and stability that won't fade over the seasons. You don't want to feel unstable or squirrely when you're punching big straightlines or airs, so Amplid designed the Infrablack with a stiff, flat tail that lets you finish turns and stomp cliffs without feeling like it might be the last thing you ever do. Roundtop sidewalls wrap the topsheet over the edge for increased durability and edging power, and the Infrablack's tapered Fly tips reduce swing weight and increase nimbleness by removing excess material from the tip, which also creates a smoother flex and better turning in soft snow. Amplid also designed the ski with its famous Jekyll & Hyde geometry, which maximizes surface area and effective edge without making things huge and unwieldy, and made sure the Infrared had a big ol' sidecut to keep it stable at face-melting speeds.
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Amplid Infrablack Ski Amplid Infrablack Ski
We all need a pair of sendin' sticks, and there aren't many better than the Amplid Infrablack Ski. A legend that took a five year hiatus to recharge its batteries before returning triumphantly last year, the Infrablack continues the better-than-ever reputation last year's reintroduction established with a smooth, floaty tip rocker, powerful flat tail, and a lightweight but seriously burly core. As the dimensions make clear, the Infrablack's a big-mountain pow ski made to shred deep AK lines and stomp BC pillows at high speeds, but a pow ski can't afford to be a dead, damp missile. To avoid that, Amplid built the Infrablack on its Lite wood core complete with Hex02 windows, which pairs heavier wood at the tips with featherweight recycled paper honeycomb everywhere else for impressively low weight on a ski this burly. The burliness comes when Amplid wraps the core in its Full Carbon Jacket, lending big-send stiffness without weight. It also laid down a pre-stretched fiberglass laminate to give the ski torsional stiffness and stability that won't fade over the seasons. You don't want to feel unstable or squirrely when you're punching big straightlines or airs, so Amplid designed the Infrablack with a stiff, flat tail that lets you finish turns and stomp cliffs without feeling like it might be the last thing you ever do. Roundtop sidewalls wrap the topsheet over the edge for increased durability and edging power, and the Infrablack's tapered Flotation tips reduce swing weight and increase nimbleness by removing excess material from the tip, which also creates a smoother flex and better turning in soft snow. Amplid also used its famed Jekyll & Hyde geometry to shape the ski, maximizing surface area and effective edge without making the Infrablack feel like a huge and unwieldy set of planks, and Amplid didn't forget a big ol' sidecut to keep it stable at face-melting speeds.
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Amplid Syntax Ski Amplid Syntax Ski
Park skis have to take a beating--rails, icy landings, and heavy crashes aren't exactly gentle on equipment--but they also have to be light enough to turn 1080s into 1260s and double corks into triple corks. Amplid's Syntax Ski manages to balance durability, lightness, and pop, making it a weapon of choice for athletes and video stars alike. Amplid trusts its snappy Helio P15 Ultralight wood core to bring lively energy through the body of the ski, but it replaces the material with a Hex02 wood core at the tips and tails. This mysterious material, made with recycled paper honeycomb, makes swing weight and chatter on hardpack all but disappear. Over the top of the ski, a pre-stretched Hex Mat fiberglass laminate further adds responsiveness and snap that won't fade with use over the years. The Syntax's Pop Camber shape brings serious energy to the ski, so you can boost to the moon and hold a solid edge when you're heading into icy takeoffs. Amplid made sure the sintered base was fast as lightning, so you don't end up knuckling when you were planning on stomping.
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Atomic Backland Bent Chetler Ski Atomic Backland Bent Chetler Ski
Atomic's Backland Bent Chetler Ski constantly redefines what's possible in powder. Professional powder player Chris Benchetler chooses this ski to pop off kickers, jib trees, and flip off awe-inspiring cliffs because of the ski's harmonious blend of poppy performance, rugged durability, and a backcountry-friendly weight. Atomic's HRZN Tech blends a durable ABS sidewall construction with a horizontal rocker that adds 10% more surface area to the tail for less tip deflection and better tracking. Pair that with a whole lot of rocker in the tip and tail, and you're bound to have a playful time every time you dive into the deeps.It goes without saying that a 120mm waist width means the Backland Bent Chetler Ski excels in powder, but Atomic added slight camber underfoot to assure solid edge control when you hit occasional hardpack. The Backland boasts a light wood core made of poplar to ensure stability and proper shock absorption, and there's a carbon backbone to increase edge control, enhance agility, and remain strong for seasons of cliff-droppings, tree-jibbings, and downright rowdy powdery play.
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Atomic Backland FR 102 Ski Atomic Backland FR 102 Ski
The Backland FR is Atomic's new collection of freeride powder chargers, and the Backland FR 102 Ski is the collection's slimmest selection for an equal balance between soft snow and hardpack. Its Step Down sidewall construction ensures stability on icy terrain, yet remains light for popping out of powder with ease, and it ensures long-lasting durability because you can't get a new ski every year.The Backland FR strikes a stunning performance-to-weight ratio for resort or backcountry use. A poplar wood core keeps the ski light enough for quick tours, while the carbon backbone ensures a light and agile feel when you're cranking high-speed turns down big mountains. Atomic made this ski with input from Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and Dana Flahr, so you know it can handle speedy descents down big lines.
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Atomic Backland FR 109 Ski Atomic Backland FR 109 Ski
The Backland FR is Atomic's new collection of freeride powder chargers, and the Backland FR 109 Ski is the collection's most versatile choice for hitting deep days in the resort or touring to secret powder stashes. Its HRZN Tech ABS sidewall construction includes a horizontal rocker profile to add more surface area to the tip for enhanced flotation, reduced tip deflection, and overall better performance whether you're skiing pow, crud, and anything in between.The Backland strikes a stunning performance-to-weight ratio for resort or backcountry use. A poplar wood core keeps the ski light enough for quick tours, while the carbon backbone ensures agility and edge hold when you're cranking speeds down big mountains. Atomic made this ski with input from freeriding professionals Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and Dana Flahr, so you know it can handle speedy descents down AK-sized spines.
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Atomic Backland FR 117 Ski Atomic Backland FR 117 Ski
The test results came back negative. There's no such thing as "too much powder" when you have the Atomic Backland FR 117 Ski. This freeride powder charger features Atomic's HRZN Tech ABS sidewall construction, which includes a horizontal rocker to add more surface area to the tip for enhanced flotation, reduced tip deflection, and overall better performance when you're in the deep stuff.The Backland strikes a stunning performance-to-weight ratio for resort or backcountry use. A poplar wood core keeps the ski light enough for quick tours, while the carbon backbone ensures agility and edge hold when you're cranking speeds down big mountains. Atomic made this ski with freeriding professionals Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and Dana Flahr, so you know it can handle speedy descents down AK spines.
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Atomic Infamous Ski Atomic Infamous Ski
Nobody ever earned a reputation because they were goody good two-shoes full of pleases and thank-yous. You get known by doing your own thing, throwing up two fingers to the haters, and stomping the bejeezus out of your next cork 12 on the Atomic Infamous Ski. The brainchild of Jossi Wells, the Infamous is all about doing things its own way, with a soft flex and more rocker in the tip and tail than its brother, the Punx. The upshot is that you can get as loose, buttery, and creative as you want while you're boosting off the super-poppy wood core and rugged Step Down 2. 0 sidewalls. The smooth, rockered tip and tail lets you butter and schmear like a bagel shop, while the Stomp Sidecut (bigger radius at the tip and tail) means you won't hook up an edge to easily or wash out on a landing. You'll still be able to carve hard into pipe walls and takeoffs, though, with plenty of camber underfoot, so you won't find yourself sliding off a step-up head first.
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Atomic Punx Ski Atomic Punx Ski
Feeling like a little jibby badassery' Draw some sweet fake tats on your neck, stuff some M80s into your pockets, and take the Atomic Punx Ski out for some park, pipe, and urban shenanigans. The Punx is Atomic's flagship freestyle plank, ridden by fellows like Gus Kenworthy, so you know the early rise of the catch-free and butter-friendly Park Rocker is legit, while the bite of the cambered section lets you rally into icy takeoffs with serious confidence.With a smaller turning radius in the tips and tails (Atomic calls it Stomp Sidecut), the Punx won't hook up and wash out on landings, and the Step Down 2. 0 construction employs sidewalls underfoot for bomber edging. A half-cap construction in the tip and tail gives a smooth, tranny-finding feel, light swing weight, and buttery smoothness. The Resist 2. 2mm steel edges won't blow out on rails or serious heavy-head stomps, either. Atomic built the Punx with a super-poppy wood core to give you the boost you need to get rowdy and made the ski perfectly symmetrical, so you'll be able to ride switch as smoothly as you ride facing forwards.
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Atomic Vantage 100 CTI Ski Atomic Vantage 100 CTI Ski
Speed's the thing. Whether you're railing turns on groomers, mobbing through pow, or popping off bumps, you're always trying to stay just this side of reckless, and having a limp noodle of a ski that can't keep up is a really good way to wreck yourself. Atomic's Vantage 100 CTI Ski throws down a layer of titanium, a carbon fiber mesh laminate, and burly sidewalls to give you the stiffness you need to charge, but it features a carefully crafted rocker profile that lets you float through pow and get a little loose without feeling like you're gonna buy the farm when you pinch the throttle. There's no single secret that makes the Vantage rip so hard. Instead, it's a series of innovations and technologies all working together, starting with the All-Mountain Rocker, which features a rockered tip for flotation and easy turning, and raised tail for fun slashing and shimmying, and a generous section of underfoot camber that provides plenty of edge bite and stability at speed. This profile is complemented by the Firewall sidewalls, which employ extra-thick sidewall blocks to direct energy into the edges and reduce chatter, so you can hammer perfect corduroy and choppy chunder with equal aplomb, and taper towards the tips and tails for a smooth, hook-free, and surprisingly playful feel in soft snow. Make no mistake, though: the Vantage likes to charge. Atomic beefed up the lively poplar and ash Power Woodcore with a Titanium Backbone 2. 0 laminate, a superlight and highly damp layer that gives the ski a smooth, powerful feel, and added Carbon Tank Mesh in the tips and tails, which gives the Vantage increased torsional stiffness without stacking up unnecessary ounces. The sintered base rips, and Atomic's burly steel edges bite into hardpack like a hungry squirrel into a pile of nuts, so you can tear up your secret (and not-so-secret) stashes all winter long.
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Atomic Vantage 85 Ski Atomic Vantage 85 Ski
The Atomic Vantage 85 CTI Ski has a need for speed. With enough metal under the hood to turn the table on your neighbor's envy-evoking convertible, the Vantage 85 CTI is a torsionally stiff frontside ski built for skiers who like to charge on- and off-piste. Its AMT profile is slightly rockered in the tip and tail for when you want to do a little exploring through the trees, but with plenty of camber underfoot, the ski will hold an edge whether you're carving down East Coast ice or Sierra cement. Atomic's Firewall construction puts stout sidewalls throughout the ski, making the ski stable by its very nature. A titanium laminate combined with a Atomic's Carbon Tank Mesh layer, make them stiff and stable when you open it up down uncrowded groomers first thing in the morning.
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Atomic Vantage 90 CTI Ski Atomic Vantage 90 CTI Ski
Like low-cal beer and low-fat donuts, all-mountain skis that claim to shred powder generally leave you disappointed. Atomic's trying to bring full-fat flavor to a slimmed-down AM ski, though, and it might've just made hit the sweet spot with the Vantage 90 CTI. At 90mm underfoot, it's clearly an all-mountain-first-and-powder-second board, but Atomic brought its considerable know-how to bear on blending edging power and stiffness with soft-snow playfulness, so the Vantage ends up being a ski that rails turns like the best of 'em but is surprisingly playful when things get fluffy. There's no single secret that makes the Vantage rip so hard. Instead, it's a series of innovations and technologies all working together, starting with the All-Mountain Rocker, which features a rockered tip for flotation and easy turning, and raised tail for fun slashing and shimmying, and a generous section of underfoot camber that provides plenty of edge bite and stability at speed. This profile is complemented by the Firewall sidewalls, which employ extra-thick sidewall blocks to direct energy into the edges and reduce chatter, so you can hammer perfect corduroy and choppy chunder with equal aplomb, and taper towards the tips and tails for a smooth, hook-free, and surprisingly playful feel in soft snow. Make no mistake, though: the Vantage likes to charge. Atomic beefed up the lively poplar and ash Power Woodcore with a Titanium Backbone 2. 0 laminate, a superlight and highly damp layer that gives the ski a smooth, powerful feel, and added Carbon Tank Mesh in the tips and tails, which gives the Vantage increased torsional stiffness without stacking up unnecessary ounces. The sintered base rips, and Atomic's burly steel edges bite into hardpack like a hungry security guard into a glazed cruller, so you won't wash out or feel like you're skidding turns, at least until you want to.
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Atomic Vantage 95 C Ski Atomic Vantage 95 C Ski
You could be looking down a freshly groomed run or a big bowl filled with the fluffy stuff, and Atomic's Vantage 95 C Ski will be choice either way. Atomic's most progressive all-mountain rider, the Vantage ski thrives on hard pack and soft snow with equal prowess. This model features a layer of super-rigid, woven Carbon Tank Mesh at the tip and tail for less weight and more strength.The Vantage styles an All Mountain Rocker profile with camber underfoot and a rockered tip and tail to pop out of powder and stay stable in hard pack. The Power Woodcore combines poppy poplar at the tip and tail with durable ash at the center-- the result is a playful ski that's built to last. Atomic's Firewall construction includes full sidewalls to dampen vibration and give extra grip in variable conditions.
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Atomic Vantage 95 C Ski - Women's Atomic Vantage 95 C Ski - Women's
Carve groomers down the frontside of the mountain in the morning then hunt out some freshies from yesterday's storm in the afternoon with the Atomic Women's Vantage 95 C Ski. A solid all-mountain ski, the Vantage 95 offers plenty of float for boot-deep pow, but it remains nimble and stable when you're exploring the resort's best blues and blacks. A rockered tip and tail makes for near-effortless turn initiation, while a good amount of camber underfoot holds an edge when a cold front turns conditions less than ideal.The Vantage is stable by nature with a sandwich construction that puts full sidewalls throughout the length of the ski. The wood core makes them light and playful, while Atomic's own Carbon Tank Mesh laminate in the tip and tail keeps it light and stiff while reducing chatter for a solid and safe feel when you're arcing fast turns down the mountain. Point em down bump runs, fresh groomers, or chopped crud--either way, you'll be stoked on the versatility and intuitive feel.
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Black Crows Anima Ski Black Crows Anima Ski
Ever looked at a ski and wished it was just a little wider in the shovel, a little more narrow in the waist' Or thought, it's perfect except for that weird topsheet' Well, take a few minutes and try to find something to change about the Black Crows Anima Ski. To save you some time: it's going to be pretty difficult. Based in the shadow of Mont Blanc in picturesque Chamonix, Black Crows builds its skis for the big mountains the iconic French ski town is known for. With the shape of a playful freeride ski and the backbone of a big-mountain board, the Anima will pivot and scrub thanks to its rockered tip and tail. On less ideal days above treeline, its stiff flex, which gets progressively softer in the tip and tail, ensures it'll still blast through chop and windbuff like a big-mountain gun should. A semi-cap construction puts ABS sidewalls underfoot for better stability and power, then tapers out to a cap in the tip and tail to reduce swing weight, keeping the Anima playful. With 115mm underfoot, the Anima will truly shine when its slashing pow turns down big lines, but it's not so wide that it can't make the best of other funky conditions you encounter throughout the season. The light and playful poplar core adds to the Anima's energetic feel, while the carbon, KEVLAR stringers keep it laterally stiff, without adding a bunch of unnecessary weight to the ski. With a radius of 21m, the Anima instinctively makes long, arcing turns, making it great for the skier who prefers big, open terrain, or just likes to straightline pillow lines and gun-barrel chutes.
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Black Crows Atris Skis Black Crows Atris Skis
Destined to be one of the most versatile skis in the Black Crows lineup, the Atris was made in the image of versatility. If you're trying to buy only one new set of planks to get you through this season, pull the trigger on the Atrix already. Its moderately sized waist, double rocker profile, and flex that's soft enough to surf and smear your way through the deep days, but still stiff enough to charge between storm systems, will playfully see you through a season without leaving much to be desired. The Atris' 108mm waist falls in the sweet spot for everyday boards, offering plenty of float for the storm days that deliver knee-deep powder, rather than chest-deep goods. You'll want a fatter ski for the few days when the snow gods really smile down on you, but the Atris' width and rocker profile will keep it afloat in most soft tree lines and above-the-lift bowls. Plus, this versatile shape and width means that on the other side of storm days, you can still slice through days-old chop and jump onto the occasional groomer without your tips folding over and giving up. The Atris' semi-cap construction comes with a top sheet that rolls over the edges for increased durability, and Black Crows wisely adds powerful ABS sidewalls to keep the skis from chattering around underfoot at speed. A light and nimble poplar wood core encourages the Atris' playful behavior, while triaxial and biaxial fiberglass laminates keep the ski torsionally stiff when you're rolling it over from edge to edge. If you usually avoid a double rockered ski due to the risk of tail wash, don't discount the Atris on principle alone. A progressive rockered profile gives it float at the tips and stability underfoot, and the tips themselves raise only slightly off the snow, meaning they're less likely to dance around behind you while you're trying to arc a clean turn.
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Black Crows Camox Ski Black Crows Camox Ski
We all have our white whale, yours is just bigger, whiter, and snowier than most--we're talking about mountains, by the way. Based in Chamonix, Black Crows shares your obsession with skiing every day and it knows that means having a harpoon in your quiver that will pierce everything from groomers and bumps to the hardpack and slush you'll encounter off-piste on any given day. If the mountain is your white whale, consider the Camox Ski the vessel by which you'll slay that big white beast.The Camox's midfat waist, semi-cap construction and progressive Double Rocker profile lends itself well to all-mountain slaying. 97mm underfoot is narrow enough to roll edge-to-edge on groomers, but plenty wide enough to hold its own off-piste on harder, days-old snow. Camber underfoot and tip and tail rocker make the ski stable, yet playful whether you're carving down the frontside, or skiing chalky chutes on the backside. If you're familiar with the Black Crows lineup, then you'll recognize a lot of similarities between the Camox and the Atris. In fact, the Camox is a scaled-down version of the Atris with playful poplar core and carbon, KEVLAR stringers to stiffen the ski up. Like the Atris, the semi-cap construction consists of rigid ABS sidewalls underfoot that taper into a cap construction in the tip and tail for reduced swing weight, as well as a slightly more forgiving feel, which is good when you're skiing in conditions that will swallow you whole if you mess up.
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Black Crows Captis Ski Black Crows Captis Ski
For skiers that don't need two feet of pow to have a good time, the Black Crows Captis Ski makes the most of any condition with a super versatile midfat waist and playful rocker profile that will smear turns and scrub speed, but still rail an aggressive turn down groomed runs and hardpack when you need it to. A relative newcomer to the freeski scene, Black Crows is a small and independent ski company headquartered in Chamonix where it uses the mind-bending steeps and inspiring mountains that surround its hometown to inspire its designs. And while the Captis boasts a design that thrives within the confines of the resort, the Captis' 90mm waist width will excel both on and off piste, so you can expand your playground across the entire mountain.Admittedly, there's nothing revolutionary about a rockered ski with a midfat waist, but the way the Captis is built does make it a well-rounded option playful freeskiers and aggressive all-mountain rippers will appreciate. For starters, the Captis has an approachable flex that intermediates and advanced skiers will find easy to handle and surprisingly stable at speed. The tight 17-meter sidecut keeps the ski highly maneuverable in narrow chutes and tight trees, while a happy medium of moderate camber underfoot and rocker in the tips and tails helps keep things stable when you point 'em straight down wide-open aprons and steep groomers. The semi-cap construction helps keep the swing weight low, but still utilizes ABS sidewalls for the durability and stability necessary to charge down the entire mountain with confidence. The 90mm waist tracks easily from edge to edge, but won't leave you feeling outmatched when you encounter chopped crud, boot-top pow, or smooth corn once things start to warm up come spring.
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Black Crows Corvus Ski Black Crows Corvus Ski
If you see slow signs as just another feature to jump over on your way to the next powder field, then the Corvus Ski from Black Crows are made for you. Black Crows designed the Corvus to be a playful freeride ski with the backbone of a big-mountain ski for all-mountain versatility. The end result is a ski that's stiff enough to handle variable conditions and playful enough to do more than just link tight turns down the mountain.A semi-cap construction combines ABS sidewalls with a capped top sheet for solid durability in a lightweight package, and it has fiberglass laminates above and below the energetic poplar core to increase torsional rigidity. The sidecut moves the widest point of the tips and tails back from either end towards the center, which results in less edge contact, making the ski easier to handle and more predictable when turning. But don't think the ski will suffer when you inevitably hit some hardpack, because with plenty of camber underfoot and just a slightly raised tail, the Corvus will still make big, GS-style turns down the frontside and scrub and pivot when the terrain demands it. A reinforced drilling zone underfoot ensures that bindings won't rip out when you finally stomp that 40-foot drop you've had your eye on all season.
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Black Crows Orb Ski Black Crows Orb Ski
Look into the Black Crows Orb Ski and see a future filled with deep carves, fast turns, and aggressive all-mountain charging materialize from the misty realm of the fifth dimension. Designed for skiers with a no-holds-barred approach to skiing, the Orb caters to freeskiers with a background in ski racing. With moderate camber underfoot and a flat tail, this ski excels on groomed runs and hardpack, but that's not say that it isn't afraid to pin the throttle down wind-buffed bowls and tight chutes, either. The ski's powerful and energetic flex comes courtesy of a poppy poplar core and stiff titanal laminates, which give the ski a high-performance feel when you're blasting down frontside groomers or mobbing down chopped crud. Speaking of chopped crud, Black Crows threw in an early rise tip to increase float and add some extra lift with you're testing off-piste conditions. With a 91mm waist, the Orb is by no means a powder ski or dedicated carver, but more of an all-mountain ripper that will make the most of just about any condition you encounter when the last big storm was weeks ago.
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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 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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Blizzard Bodacious Ski Blizzard Bodacious Ski
If something's called, "Bodacious," you know it's either from an '80s movie or it's seriously legit. Assuming your favorite time-traveling duo hasn't joined Blizzard's design team, it's safe to say that the fat, powder-gobbling Bodacious Ski, is, well, nothing short of bodacious. It's not the fattest offering from Blizzard's Freeride lineup--an honor reserved for the Spur--but, with a 118mm waist and hybrid rockered shape that lets it float, slash, surf, and smear turns through the deepest blower, you'll find it's adequately sized for most powder days this side of the 54th parallel.This year's Bodacious is now softer than previous editions, which makes it even more playful in pow. Blizzard also built it using its trademark Flip Core technology, which integrates carbon fiber into the tip and tail, which helps to stabilize the rocker profile, reduce chatter, and deliver stability at speed, despite the ski's hybrid rocker profile. Take it from chopped crud to deep pow, but don't be surprised if you find yourself looking for excuses to make the Bodacious your daily driver.
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Blizzard Bonafide Ski Blizzard Bonafide Ski
The Blizzard Bonafide Ski will easily rip the mountain from top to bottom, whether there's powder, wind-buffed chalk, a thin layer of corn, or bulletproof hardpack. Now with carbon in the tip and tail, this favorite of ski testers everywhere has an even more accessible feel thanks to its Carbon Flip Core technology. 90-degree directional carbon fiber in the tip and tail helps to stabilize the rocker when you're rallying groomers, eliminates tip chatter, and helps to reduce the swing weight of the ski. By giving it a 98mm waist, Blizzard designed the Bonafide to be the most versatile ski in its freeride lineup. Its mid-fat waist and rockered tip and tail offer excellent flotation in the steep and deep and provide easy turn initiation wherever you are on the mountain. This daily driver tears up groomers, open bowls, crud, bumps, boilerplate ice, and champagne powder with aplomb. Sandwich sidewall construction makes it a precise and powerful turning machine, and a poplar-beech wood core provides smooth and fluid turning. Utilizing its revolutionary Flipcore technology, Blizzard put the Bonafide's core into the mold upside-down, giving the tip and tail a naturally rockered shape rather than weakening the ski's integrity by pressing it into shape as is the case with most rockered skis.
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Blizzard Brahma Ski Blizzard Brahma Ski
The Blizzard Brahma Ski is a moderately sized freeride machine that's ready to charge in any condition. Designed with camber underfoot to rail on hardpack, the Brahma rocks the frontside scene, but boasts rocker in the tip and tail to let you ride off the trail and get funky in the soft stuff. The poplar and beech wood core offers a smooth flex for fluid and stable turning, and an added sheet of Titanal keeps vibrations to a minimum, because no matter where you go on the mountain, you're going there fast.The Flipcore construction means the Brahma is actually built in an upside-down mold, so the downward side forms a natural tip and tail rocker, without having to be bent artificially to produce the tip and tail rocker. The result is a natural flex and lightweight flotation in powder, but the Brahma doesn't lose the stability and control needed when you're skiing in firmer conditions. A friendly 88mm waist will please both Appalachian and Rocky Mountain skiers by giving you enough width to get out and explore off-piste, but won't be too clunky when you decide to lay em' on edge on the frontside. The sandwich sidewall construction directs power directly to the edges for serious carving and a solid feel when losing an edge just isn't an option.
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Blizzard Cochise Ski Blizzard Cochise Ski
When tonight's dump has you dreaming about tomorrow's face shots, you'd better make sure you have the Blizzard Cochise Ski ready to go. With a 108mm waist, rockered profile, and carbon fiber in the tip and tail, the Cochise lets you float over pow and crud with power and initiate turns with ease. Blizzard's new Carbon Flip Core technology cuts the resulting chatter of the rockered tip and tail for a more stable feel when you're arcing turns down open faces and rallying groomers back to the base. And with less weight in the tip and tail, this version of the Cochise has an even lighter swing weight for when you need to quickly scrub some speed through the trees. The versatile 108mm waist combines with Blizzard's modernized Carbon Flip Core design in which Blizzard inserted the ski's core into the mold upside-down, giving it a natural tip and tail rocker rather than pressing it unnaturally into shape like most rockered skis on the market. What does this mean for you' It means snappy, intuitive edge control on groomers and fluid flex and turn initiation anywhere. It also means excellent stability and even pressure distribution. The Cochise's multi-wood core provides smooth flex for all kinds of playful feel out of this kick-ass ski.
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Blizzard Gunsmoke Ski Blizzard Gunsmoke Ski
Burn down the mountain in a blaze of glory on the Blizzard Gunsmoke Ski, Blizzard's most playful resort powder option, and a favorite of Blizzard's pro team riders including 2014 Freeride World Tour Champion, Loic Collomb. The Gunsmoke is 114mm underfoot for buoyancy in powder. For modern freeride skiing there isn't just fast and forward; there's fast, forward, backward, sideways, and spinning. All the cool kids know this, and that's why they love this ski's rockered tip and tail, a nice ample waist, and generous sidecut radius.This surfy ski lives to change it up and find new ways of riding on snow. The Flipcore Natural rockered construction means that the ski is actually made upside down in the mold so the downward-facing convex side forms the natural rocker, without having to bend or artificially shape the ski in a press. The result is incredible natural spring and lightweight flotation in powder, while retaining excellent stability and the even pressure distribution that you need on firmer conditions. Combine that with a mixed arsenal of powerful sidewall construction and an energetic yet smooth wood core, and who knows what you'll invent on this ski'
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Blizzard Latigo Ski Blizzard Latigo Ski
Maybe the Blizzard Latigo Ski isn't as fat as most of its brothers in Blizzard's Freemountain Ti line, but it makes up for its relatively narrow width by being super quick through bumps and trees, powerfully edgy on groomers, and plenty fast enough to give strong intermediate skiers a perma-grin all over the mountain. It all starts with Blizzard's Flipcore, which, unlike traditional cores that are pressed in a cambered mold, presses the core into a mildly rockered shape from the very start, so the rocker profile exactly matches the shape of the ski. This gives the Latigo a snappy, lively feel, which is boosted by two layers of Titanal that stiffen things up and give the ski plenty of power and edge grip. Traditional camber underfoot lets you carve the Latigo like you're riding rails, while mild rocker in the tip and tail make it easier to initiate turns and ride over rough, choppy snow on the lightning-quick sintered graphite base. It's also built with a classic sandwich construction, which helps direct power to the edges and takes a beating without slowing down.
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Blizzard Peacemaker Ski Blizzard Peacemaker Ski
Skiing doesn't always consist of nipple-deep powder days filled with endless face shots and free refills. Now, let that simple fact settle in, pick yourself up off the ground if you need to, and take relief in the versatile and playful Blizzard Peacemaker Ski. The Peacemaker is a bit of an enigma in Blizzard's usually hard-charging line, with a slightly softer flex that allows you schmear turns through the trees, scream down tight chutes, and land switch when you're sending it off natural features.Made with Blizzard's Flipcore technology, the Peacemaker maintains a natural flex, tons of float for when it does snow, and excellent stability, despite its heavily rockered tip and tail--this is due to the fact that Blizzard built it without having to artificially bend or alter the shape of the ski in a press. And if that wasn't enough, Blizzard went ahead the threw in full-length sidewalls, making the skis super stable and durable. The Peacemaker is a true twintip, while its bamboo, poplar, Iso-wood Lite Core core keeps the ski light and poppy, without sacrificing an ounce of stability.
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Blizzard Quattro 7.2 Ti Ski with Marker Race Xcell 12 Binding Blizzard Quattro 7.2 Ti Ski with Marker Race Xcell 12 Binding
Trying to drive your floppy powder skis down hardpack just isn't that much fun and can be downright scary, but the groomer game will change when you click into Blizzard's Quattro 7. 2 Ti Ski with the Marker Race Xcell 12 Binding. The Quattro is a hard-charging frontside machine that's a lot more old school than new. Several sheets of Titanal and full traditional camber give the ski a classic feel, and while they don't make the Quattro floaty, smeary, or playful, they do make it a whole heap of fun when when you drop the hammer and roll it on edge.Blizzard designed the Quattro with partial sidewalls, which help you put tons of power into the edges without making the ski feel heavy, and built it with a rugged and powerful sandwich construction for long-lasting power. Even if the perfect corduroy starts getting a little choppy in the afternoon, Blizzard's Suspension IQ technology will kill vibration and make the ride feel smooth as silk, and the wood core helps the Quattro keep a snappy, lively feel even when you're driving it as hard as you can. The ski also comes with the Marker Race Xcell 12 Binding, which clamps you in securely and releases reliably, so you can rip the frontside without worrying about ripping anything else.
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Blizzard Quattro 8.4 Ti Ski with Marker Race Xcell 12 Binding Blizzard Quattro 8.4 Ti Ski with Marker Race Xcell 12 Binding
Running waterskis down the frozen frontside isn't too much fun, but your hardpack game will step up three or four notches when you click into Blizzard's Quattro 8. 4 Ti Ski with the Marker Race Xcell 12 Binding. Slightly wider than the Quattro 7. 2 for better mixed-snow ripping, the Quattro 8. 4 is a hard-charging frontside machine that's well suited for frontside days on the East or West coast. Several sheets of Titanal and full traditional camber give the Quattro its powerful feel, and while they don't necessarily make the ski floaty, smeary, or playful, they do make it a whole lot of fun when you push them to the red zone. Even better, the 84mm waist lets you venture off trail, if you decide to do a little off-piste exploration. Blizzard built the Quattro 84 with full sidewalls, which help you put tons of power into the edges without making the ski feel heavy, and pressed it with a rugged and powerful sandwich construction for long-lasting power. Even if the perfect corduroy starts getting a little choppy in the afternoon, Blizzard's Suspension IQ technology will kill vibration and make the ride feel smooth as silk, and the wood core helps the Quattro keep a snappy, lively feel even when you're driving it as hard as you can. The ski also comes with the Marker Race Xcell 12 Binding, which is integrated directly into the ski via Blizzard's IQ System for increased power and precision.
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Blizzard Quattro RS Ski with Marker Race Xcell 14 Ski Binding Blizzard Quattro RS Ski with Marker Race Xcell 14 Ski Binding
Blizzard and Marker teamed up to make the Quattro RS Ski and Race Xcell 14 Ski Binding damn near perfect for groomers. Like those hazardous dukes in their politically-incorrect car, this ski and binding make a magnificent mash-up for speed-driven descents down fresh corduroy. Riding this full-camber ski, you can expect the utmost stability, precision, agility, and control while ripping down the resort's groomed goodness. Full camber makes the Quattro RS the most powerful ski in Blizzard's Quattro lineup, giving you superior edge-hold at high speed in hard and icy snow conditions. A TI+ carbon construction gives this ski a surprising amount of stability for how light it feels, and the sandwich sidewall slices into snow at such an angle that you'll still feel in control even when your inside hip is insanely low to the ground. Unique to Blizzard, the IQ system's binding interface ensures a natural flex throughout the ski for better energy transmission, and the RS has an extended arm to dampen overall vibration when you're really cruising. Like the Quattro RS is to Blizzard, the Race Xcell is the most speed-oriented ski binding Marker has made in years. Both the Race Xcell toe and Tincam X heel focus on increased power transmission, and Xcell Piston technology keeps your boot centered during quick jolts in between turns. The Xcell also boasts increased vertical energy absoption at each impact, elasticized travel to enhance the ski's natural flex, and wider contact points for an easier step-in.
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Blizzard Quattro RX Ski with Marker Race Xcell 14 Binding Blizzard Quattro RX Ski with Marker Race Xcell 14 Binding
Powder skiing gets most of the glory, but tearing up perfect corduroy is an under-appreciated art. Like any good artist, you need the right tools to do your best work, and you won't find anything better than the Blizzard Quattro RX Ski, which comes equipped with the Marker Race Xcell 14 Binding. Marker designed the Quattro line to dominate firm conditions, and even though the RX is the widest board in the family (tied with the 8. 4 Ti), it's an animal when it comes to edge hold and torsional stability. The majority of the RX's power comes from its IQ Sandwich Sidewall construction, which gives the ski a fun but stable feel and prevents it from twisting and feeling squirrely when you're railing GS turns as high speeds. Titanal and carbon fiber laminates provide some extra dampness and energy, letting you roll from edge to edge and rip turns like a racer, while the two millimeters of early rise in the tip make turn initiation smooth and easy, so you don't feel like your skis hang up or won't turn when you want them to. Blizzard also engineered the Quattro with its IQ binding mounting system, which allows for easy adjustments and provides unparalleled vibration dampening, sensitivity, and control, so you can feel exactly what your skis are doing without worrying about getting rattled to death when you're pinching the throttle on firm morning groomers.
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Blizzard Regulator Ski Blizzard Regulator Ski
The Blizzard Regulator Ski tames the entire mountain with a super versatile 94mm waist, rockered tip and tail, and Blizzard's Flipcore technology. With a healthy appetite for the terrain park, natural features, and frontside groomers, the Regulator will reward skiers that crave big hits both in and outside of the park. Its 94mm waist has just enough float to keep you up when you luck out with a helping of fresh fluff, while the ski's rockered tip and tail with camber underfoot makes it playful, but solid when you're stomping landings on hardpack. Built with Blizzard's Flipcore technology, the Regulator maintains a natural flex and stable feel, despite its rockered profile. Flipcore technology consists of a wood core that matches the exact profile of the ski, eliminating the need for bending to produce rocker in the tip and tail--the end result is a ski that's stable, playful, and confidence-inspiring whether you're linking turns down the frontside or exploring new features in the terrain park.
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Blizzard Samba Ski - Women's Blizzard Samba Ski - Women's
If boot-top pow and ski lodge nachos sound far better than a fancy dinner and perfectly manicured groomers, the Blizzard Women's Samba Ski might be your weapon of choice. The combination of rocker in the tip and tail with camber underfoot makes the Samba nimble and floaty in mellow pow and mixed snow conditions, while making sure it still has excellent grip and stability on hardpack and variable snow. With 98mm of mountain-shredding width underfoot, the Samba's quick enough edge-to-edge to rail turns on the groomers, nimble enough to shimmy through tight trees, and stable enough to push the envelope without making you feel like doom is rapidly approaching. This playful board features a lightweight poplar, beech, and ISO wood Lite Core to keep things smooth and fluid on groomers, stable at high speeds, and poppy when you want to bounce off terrain features. Blizzard's Flipcore technology means that the ski's core is actually placed upside-down in the mold, providing natural tip and tail rocker for easy-peasy float and ridiculously smooth turn initiation, and the full-length sidewalls provide reliable and bombproof edge grip while resisting the torsional twisting that can make a ski feel sketchy under hard edging. As a finishing touch, Blizzard laid down a Titanal sheet under the binding area for super-solid retention, because pulling out a heelpiece is a really good way to ruin your day.
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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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DPS Skis Lotus 124 Spoon Pure3 Ski DPS Skis Lotus 124 Spoon Pure3 Ski
The DPS Lotus 124 Spoon Pure3 Ski is a dream to float on during those deep days on big mountains. This freeride ski floats bottomless powder with a fat 124mm waist width and DPS' convex Spoon shape that easily navigates the deepest pow. DPS put slight camber underfoot and added solid steel edges to ensure a solid feel when you need to ski some hardpack to get back to the lift.Founded in 2005 by Stephan Drake, DPS etched its place in the competitive ski market with its truly innovative designs and constructions. The Lotus' Pure3 construction uses carbon and nanotech technology wrapped around a lightweight aspen wood core to deliver lightweight performance that's stiff, strong, and, more importantly, fun to ski. And if that wasn't enough, DPS upped the ante with a textured top that prevents snow and ice from weighing your lightweight boards down.
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DPS Skis Powderworks Wailer 112 RPC 2.0 DPS Skis Powderworks Wailer 112 RPC 2.0
No one likes a chatter box, especially when it comes to your skis. And while its name might allude to something that's been gifted with a boisterous (and metaphorical) set of vocal cords, the DPS Skis Powderworks Wailer 112 RPC 2. 0 gets its name from its hard-hitting, wail-worthy versatility. Apart from the fact that it's in DPS' Dreamtime lineup (which, by default makes it a limited edition release and therefore tenfold more rad), the Powderworks Wailer sets itself apart from the original Wailer 112 RPC with a newly redesigned, damping mechanism that takes the chatter out of the box. This damping technology (called Perimeter Weighted Inserts) not only smoothens your ride, but offers a sugary-sweet and seamless connection between you and the snow, especially when it comes to uneven terrain. Now, as glorious as the sound of silence can be, the whole point of the Powderworks Wailer lay in its alpine touring, powder-friendly construction. Built for crud, powder, and varied terrain, the Wailer features a stout, powerful design that's best suited for those who prefer to point-and-shoot thanks to the 112mm width waist, which for an alpine touring plank may seem pretty chunky, but in fact offers substantial versatility. The rockered tip and tail, combined with camber underfoot, provides just enough float and maneuverability to not only charge through slog, but enjoy wistful powder days of yore, while the minimal sidecut tapers down to almost nothing at the rocker contact points. DPS calls this sidecut "Paddle Tech," which means the Powderworks Wailer delivers an exceptionally smooth, reliable, and hook-free turner. And speaking of reliability, the Powderworks Wailer boasts DPS' famed Pure3 core, which consists of an energetic and lively aspen wood that's been sandwiched between between two layers of prepeg carbon fiber laminate and UHMW sidewalls. This technology ultimately makes the ski 30% lighter and 30% more torsional stiffness than similar sticks with the traditio...
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DPS Skis Wailer 105 Pure3 Ski DPS Skis Wailer 105 Pure3 Ski
DPS gave the iconic Wailer 105 Pure3 Ski a redesign last season, and things went well enough that the company left well enough alone for 2015/16. To make this all-mountain freeride ski a little more aggressive, DPS mellowed out the sidecut profile, giving the 105 a raging 28m turning radius in the 185cm length (hint: that means the ski wants to go straight and fast), and a flat tail for powerful edging and train-track turning. Full camber underfoot steps up the traditional, stable, and aggressive feel another notch or two, and the full sandwich construction and aggressive UHMW sidewalls prevent torsional twisting and direct power directly into the edges, so you'll never feel unstable or like you're lacking bite when you're pinching the throttle on hardpack or in rough mixed conditions. The Wailer 105 might like to charge, but we don't mean to suggest that it's a one-dimensional hard-snow ski. First of all, it has a 105mm waist, which helps it toe the line between all-mountain charger and big-mountain comp ski, and as aspen core that's nimble, lightweight, and powerful all at once. There's not a ton of tip rocker, but the tip will rise up when you weight the ski, giving you enough float to make short work of soft conditions and choppy snow. Charging happens regardless of the conditions, though, so DPS sandwich the core between two stiff but light layers of prepreg carbon fiber--its legendary Pure3 construction--so you can push the Wailer 105 to the limit in whatever snow you find up in the alpine.
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DPS Skis Wailer 106 Pure3 Ski DPS Skis Wailer 106 Pure3 Ski
You don't have to be the owner of an acutely sensitive sweet tooth in order to understand how saccharine the DPS Wailer 106 Pure3 Ski truly is. Designed to deliver rollerblade-like turns and an edge-to-edge sensation so responsive you'll forget that effort is required when initiating turns (though, don't wrangle yourself into the backseat or you'll regret it), the Wailer 106 Pure3 is something of an all-mountain ski that pushes through crud, powder, and varied terrain alike. First and foremost, the Wailer 106 Pure3 boasts a pretty fabulous sweet spot, starting with its 106mm width waist, which ultimately makes it versatile enough to handle a day at the resort or the backcountry. And unlike its sibling counterparts in the Wailer line, this ski features a slightly more traditional shape (i. e. a partial twin tip design) and more true-to-size construction that further plays up its versatility--not to mention its mounting point isn't as far back as say the 112 or 99. Speaking of mounting points, the newly debuted Chassis construction optimizes on your center of gravity and creates a harmonious relationship (and therefore smooth turn initiation) between the innate flex pattern of the ski and the tapered sidecut technology, so you're able to really feel and revel in your skiing experience. Now, that's all good and fun, but the true genius lay within the Wailer's Pure3 core. This no-nonsense technology is fashioned with carbon fiber laminates and aspen wood core that not only make it 30% lighter than conventional core constructions, but also 30% torsionally stiffer and therefore stronger and more powerful. Combine the wood and carbon fiber with the wide profile, Rockwell 48 steel edges, UHMW sidewalls, and World Cup race bases, and you've got yourself a recipe for seriously sticky-sweet fun, not to mention a hooting-and-hollering good time--regardless of whether or not the conditions are prime, which preferably, they are.
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DPS Skis Wailer 99 Pure3 Ski DPS Skis Wailer 99 Pure3 Ski
There's no shortage of mid-sized all-mountain skis in the industry today, but few, if any, share the same progressive geometry, feather-light construction, and torsionally stiff feel of the DPS Wailer 99 Pure3 Ski. Designed and built in the long shadow of Utah's Wasatch Range, the Wailer 99s feature DPS' award-winning Pure3 Carbon + Nano construction, which places pure pre-preg carbon fiber laminates above and below a light and powerful aspen wood core, making the skis ridiculously light and 30 percent more torsionally stiff than traditional sandwich constructed planks. Whether it's boot-top powder, recrystallized loud pow, wind buffed conditions, or a strictly groomer kind of day, the Wailer 99s will be your go-to boards thanks to their long, gradual rocker in the tip, camber underfoot, and a lightly rockered tail. The rockered tip makes for effortless turn initiation and a bit of buoyancy in soft snow, while the cambered mid section allows for long, arcing turns down groomers and wind-buffed faces once the skis are laid on edge. Since all-mountain schralping often carries with the inevitable rocky mountain love tap from rocks and sticks, the Wailer 99s features wide profile Rockwell 48 steel edges, as well as fast and hard World Cup race bases, so you won't blow up your boards with the first rock you make contact with.
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DPS Skis Wailer F106 Foundation Ski DPS Skis Wailer F106 Foundation Ski
If there was any problem with the original Wailer, it was that the ski would only really wail when conditions were soft; otherwise, it sort of felt like the terrain would wail on you instead of vice versa. DPS upgraded the Wailer F106 Foundation Ski to wail on any terrain in just about any condition. Its 106mm waist width, rockered tip, and slightly rockered tail certainly thrive in fresh powder, but camber underfoot ensures edge control on those less-than-powdery days.Unique to this Wailer Ski is DPS' new Foundation construction, which employs the finest ingredients in order to perform on any terrain with ease. The core blends poppy poplar with shock-absorbing bamboo, and there are stiff carbon and flexible fiberglass inserts that work together to diversify your performance on any terrain. The high graphite World Cup race base ensures a speedy right, while the textured top sheet prevents snow from building up and weighing you down.
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DPS Skis Wailer F112 Foundation Ski DPS Skis Wailer F112 Foundation Ski
The original Wailer Ski is undoubtedly DPS' most recognizable ski, and with good reason: it simply wails on whatever terrain you take it down. So why would DPS tinker with such a classic' Maybe because they're never satisfied with the end result, that nothing is perfect, and that everything can be better. Queue in the DPS Wailer F112 Foundation Ski, a brand-new freeride ski built to handle any terrain from powdery big mountains to resort piste.With a 112mm waist width, the Wailer lives up to DPS' deep powder heritage; however, its longer fore-body and newer flex pattern ensures optimal performance on piste and crud. The rockered tip and tail navigate through the deep stuff with ease, while camber underfoot assures edge control when the terrain turns icy. The ski's new Foundation construction combines a unidirectional carbon laminate with triaxial fiberglass for a balance between flexibility and powerful stiffness. A blend of poppy poplar and sturdy bamboo gives the core a solid, distinct, and powerful drive. The high graphite World Cup race base assures a speedy ride, and the top sheet prevents snow build up from weighing you down.
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DPS Skis Wailer F99 Foundation Ski DPS Skis Wailer F99 Foundation Ski
Although the Wailer F99 Foundation Ski is considered an all-mountain rider, it still lives up to the DPS' deep powder heritage. With a waist width of 99mm, this Wailer still handles those few-and-far-between powder days, but it's still a fun ride on those average ski days spent on or off piste. Its rockered tip and tail navigate through the heavy stuff with ease, and camber underfoot ensures excellent edge control when you're carving down corduroy.Unique to this Wailer Ski is DPS' new Foundation construction, which employs the finest ingredients in order to perform on any terrain with ease. The core blends poppy poplar with shock-absorbing bamboo, and there are stiff carbon and flexible fiberglass inserts that work together to diversify your performance on any terrain. The high graphite World Cup race base ensures a speedy ride, while the textured top sheet prevents snow from building up and weighing you down.
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Dynastar Cham 2.0 107 Ski Dynastar Cham 2.0 107 Ski
Make sure your socks are on tight, because the Dynastar Cham 107 Ski is liable to try and knock them off with its combo of power, precision, maneuverability, and float. Made to crush the steep, deep, and gnarly, the 107 is the most versatile ski in Dynastar's Cham line, built with a light Paulownia wood core that's been laminated with fiberglass to serve up solid amounts of torsional stiffness and power when you're mobbing down wind-buffed faces, busting through chop, or rallying the groomers back to the lift. Last year's Cham had a sheet of metal for a damper feel, but that's been kicked to the curb this year, making the new Cham more playful, lighter, and more ready for the backcountry. Traditional camber underfoot and full-length vertical sidewalls give you tons of edging power, and the gradual tip rocker helps the ski float through the cold smoke and gobble up day-old leftovers like they're a five-course meal. The Cham 107 also features Dynastar's progressive five-point sidecut, which combines a tapered tip and tail with traditional sidecut underfoot to give you the best edging, smearing, and turning performance this side of a sports car. The tapered tip engages like a dream but won't hook up or get twitchy at speed, and the tapered pintail helps you float through the deep and lets you dump speed in a hurry when you find yourself heading for an unexpected air. The Cham's sandwich construction lays down plenty of toughness, power, and durability, too, so you won't feel out of place ripping some hardpack to ribbons when it hasn't snowed in a few days.
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Dynastar Cham 2.0 117 Ski Dynastar Cham 2.0 117 Ski
Newness can be scary--remember when you tried Rocky Mountain oysters for the first time'--but it often makes your life better; now you can't go three days without stuffing some moose nuggets down your gullet. Similarly, Dynastar made some changes to the new Cham 2. 0 117 Ski (specifically, it took out the metal and replaced it with fiberglass laminates) but if you give it a chance to prove itself, we don't think you'll be disappointed. Dynastar built the Cham 117, the biggest in the lineup, with a light Paulownia wood core that's been laminated with fiberglass to serve up solid amounts of torsional stiffness and power when you're mobbing down wind-buffed faces, busting through chop, or rallying the groomers back to the lift. Without metal, this year's Cham isn't quite as damp or burly, but it's more playful, lighter, and more ready for the backcountry, which is a killer tradeoff. Traditional camber underfoot and full-length vertical sidewalls give you tons of edging power, and the gradual tip rocker helps the ski float through the cold smoke and gobble up day-old leftovers like they're a five-course meal. The Cham 117 also features Dynastar's progressive five-point sidecut, which combines a tapered tip and tail with traditional sidecut underfoot to give you the best edging, smearing, and turning performance this side of a sports car. The tapered tip engages like a dream but won't hook up or get twitchy at speed, and the tapered pintail helps you float through the deep and lets you dump speed in a hurry when you find yourself heading for an unexpected air. The Cham's sandwich construction lays down plenty of toughness, power, and durability, too, so you won't feel out of place ripping some hardpack to ribbons when it hasn't snowed in a few days.
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Dynastar Powertrack 84 Ski Dynastar Powertrack 84 Ski
Calling a ski all-mountain can be a nice way of saying ,"yeah, it's OK," or it can actually indicate that a ski can rip groomers, crush powder, and power through chop without feeling out of place. Dynastar's Powertrack 84 Ski falls solidly in the latter category, with a design that blends the best parts of hardpack and soft-snow skis for serious shredding on any terrain. Like a powder ski, it's built with rocker in the tip and tail to float over deep snow and day-old chop, but it has a burly fiberglass laminate that gives it plenty of stiffness to charge down groomers and mob through manky snow with stability and confidence. Traditional camber underfoot lets you rail turns at eye-watering speeds while the tough sandwich construction and full-length sidewalls provide plenty of stability and power, as well as a bonus shot of durability. To keep things fun when you venture off piste, Dynastar designed the Powertrack with progressive five-point sidecut, a staple in, "fun-shaped," powder skis, tapering the tips and tails for easier turn initiation and a loose, surfy feel in powder. The tapered tail lets you break out of turns easily to slash like you're in a ski movie or dump speed before you accidentally launch off a cliff, and the tip shape allows for smooth, consistent turning without the hooky feeling that plagues traditional skis in soft snow. The snappy, powerful Powertrack doesn't have much of a speed limit in hard or soft snow, and it's mid-fat and playful shape will make sure you don't skip out on a second of fun because the conditions aren't exactly to your liking.
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Dynastar Powertrack 89 Ski Dynastar Powertrack 89 Ski
Blending the best of hardpack edge hold, crud-busting stability, and powdery playfulness, the Dynastar Powertrack 89 Ski is a new benchmark in the world of all-mountain domination. Like a powder ski, it's built with rocker in the tip and tail to float over deep snow and day-old chop, but it has a burly fiberglass laminate that gives it plenty of stiffness to charge down groomers and mob through manky snow with stability and confidence. Traditional camber underfoot lets you rail turns at eye-watering speeds while the tough sandwich construction and full-length sidewalls provide plenty of stability and power, as well as a bonus shot of durability. To keep things fun when you venture off piste, Dynastar designed the Powertrack with progressive five-point sidecut, a staple in "fun-shaped" powder skis, tapering the tips and tails for easier turn initiation and a loose, surfy feel in powder. The tapered tail lets you break out of turns easily to slash like you're in a ski movie or dump speed before you accidentally launch off a cliff, and the tip shape allows for smooth, consistent turning without the hooky feeling that plagues traditional skis in soft snow. The snappy, powerful Powertrack doesn't have much of a speed limit in hard or soft snow, and it will make sure that you don't have to miss a minute of the day switching out skis when conditions are changing up on you.
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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 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 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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Elan Speed Magic Power Shift Ski with ELW 11.0 Shift Binding - Women's Elan Speed Magic Power Shift Ski with ELW 11.0 Shift Binding - Women's
Speed Magic Power Shift Ski with ELW 11.0 Shift Binding - Women's
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Faction Skis Candide 1.0 Ski Faction Skis Candide 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 2.0 Ski Faction Skis Candide 2.0 Ski
When it comes to all-mountain riding, you need a ski that can handle a blend of big lines, bigger tricks, and high speed. Enter the Faction Skis Candide 2. 0 Ski. Playful, buttery, and poppy, this ski lets you look at the mountain from a whole new perspective. Tip and tail rocker make turning a breeze and help you ride through less-than-perfect snow conditions without a hitch, while low camber underfoot throws down a solid amount of edge hold and pop without making the ski feel twitchy when you find yourself in deeper snow. The updated poplar and beech core is light and absorbent while still providing strength and snap for a playful, responsive ride. Faction reinforced the 2. 0 with carbon underfoot to prevent blowouts during hard stops and rail sessions. They also laid down triaxial fiberglass to keep the Candide strong and torsionally stiff, but made sure that the ski's natural middle-of-the-road flex wasn't affected. The ski's sandwich construction is lightweight yet strong, with a design that supplies plenty of edging power. An updated micro-cap topsheet provides increased durability, while the sintered base keeps things speedy, so you can be confident you'll clear whatever gap you're lining up.
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Faction Skis Candide 3.0 Ski Faction Skis Candide 3.0 Ski
From buttering lips to dropping cliffs, the Faction Skis 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 heelpiece 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 Candide 4.0 Ski Faction Skis Candide 4.0 Ski
The crew over at Faction Skis believes that skis are tools of escape and expression. Candide Thovex would agree, as evidenced by his instantly recognizable style and his backcountry-ready pro plank, the Candide 4. 0 Ski, a big-mountain touring stick that's as unique as Candide's skiing. On the outside, its tip and tail rocker, minimal camber underfoot section, and wide 118mm waist provide killer flotation and an ability to surf powder fields with ease, so you can bang some quick cliff-top turns, get sendy, and then slam on the brakes before you mob into those trees. On the inside, a balsa wood core integrates woven flax fibers to create powerful pop, snappy return, and boostability that most flat-cambered skis can't match. A layer of multi-directional fiberglass keeps the ski torsionally stuff, so you can rally it hard without speed wobbles or chatter. Faction opted for the strength and precise edge control provided by sandwich sidewall fabrication, which isn't quite as light as a cap construction, but makes up for it with stability, strength, and power. Faction also included lightweight 1. 8mm steel edges and a titanal plate underfoot to ensure edge strength and bomber binding mounts, because blowing out an edge or pulling a heelpiece out when you're miles from anywhere is an experience best avoided.
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Faction Skis Chapter 106 Ski Faction Skis Chapter 106 Ski
Reading between the lines is cool when you're trying to decipher mysterious love notes or trying to translate cryptic clues in a hunt for long-buried treasure, but that kind of thoughtfulness is usually absent from skis. Instead, most skip straight past subtlety in favor of line-bashing bluntness. If you're someone who favors finesse over brute force, Faction's Chapter 106 Ski is a board you should take a look at. More fine tool than blunt instrument, the Chapter 106 will shimmy through trees, carve up groomers, and zip down bump lines in the morning, then slay powder and big lines for the afternoon. At 106mm underfoot, it falls squarely in the "versatile freeride" sweet spot, and boasts a rocker-camber-rocker profile that's fairly traditional these days. The tip and tail float through pow and roll over chunder, while the camber bites on hardpack and gives you the ability to bang urgent Larrys and Randys before you send that cliff you just saw. Faction also beefs up the ski's powerful sandwich construction by wrapping a micro-cap over the top of it to improve durability when you encounter a surprise boulder lurking under early season snow. Though capable on hard snow, the Chapter's also an affable soft-snow performer. The rockered tips and tails enjoy being thrown sideways for big pow slashes, and the five-point sidecut and Transition Zone profile make it easy to lay down smooth, fast turns without the ski hooking up and sending you flying. New this year, the wood core blends the damp, weight-saving qualities of poplar with the snappy energy of beech to give you a lively ski that won't get skittish in choppier snow. Faction hooked it up with a fiberglass laminate to provide some extra zip and stability, and a sintered base that keeps you ripping around the mountain and flying into takeoffs.
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Faction Skis Chapter 116 Ski Faction Skis Chapter 116 Ski
While your buddy's metal-layered, point-it-and-go skis are the equivalent of serious literature, Faction's Chapter 116 Ski is more of a choose-your-own-adventure plank. With a rockered tip and tail, and generous 116mm waist, it'll start its story off by surfing pristine pow and slamming turns in untouched bowls, but the sturdy sandwich construction and pre-stressed STP core technology give it enough backbone to rally down groomers and bust through crud when the day's story takes a sudden turn for the firm. Low camber underfoot gives the Chapter some extra bite on hardpack, and the poplar and beech core stays poppy and quick with some tough fiberglass laminates giving it extra snap and stability for big airs and solid stomps. Faction pressed the Chapter with its rocker-and-camber-blending Transition Zones for a super-smooth feel and progressive turn initiation, and it finished the board off with a fast and tough P-Tex 4000 base with steel edges, so the inevitable rocks and logs that you'll ding won't put an end to your session.
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Faction Skis Eleven5 Ski Faction Skis Eleven5 Ski
When you're dragging your duffel through the airport en route to yet another faraway locale, make sure you're towing the Faction Eleven5 ski behind you in your ski bag. Fat and capable, this well-fed set of planks remains permanently hungry for Hokkaido pillows, bottomless BC pow, and seriously big Alaskan lines, so don't deny it what it's craving. Quit your job, bail on commitments, and do whatever you have to do to get to the snow on the Eleven5 before someone else does. Whether you encounter moisture-laden or weightless pow when you step off the plane, the Eleven5's stable 115mm waist and rockered tips and tails will slash and surf it's way through with ease. Camber underfoot backs you up when you want to rail wide, fast turns on harder snow, and a stable, powerful sandwich construction with a dual-radius sidecut prevents this floaty ski from turning skittish in less-than-ideal conditions, keeping turn initiation snappy and quick. Faction lays on a dampening Tech Titanal laminate to reduce chatter for a smoother ride at high speeds and wraps a micro-cap topsheet over the top of the ski in case of accidental rock bashing. Responsible for its playful nature, the ski's poplar/ash core brings energy and pop, encouraging you to huck cliffs and cornices without overthinking.
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Faction Skis Prodigy Ski Faction Skis Prodigy Ski
When you're as naturally gifted as Candide Thovex, you could ride two pieces of beef jerky down the mountain and still make it look filthy, but the rest of us need a little help from our gear. Faction's Prodigy Ski is designed to help you take your all-mountain ripping to the next level, though it doesn't guarantee you'll be able to ski with Candide's easy style and ridiculous imagination. The Prodigy features Faction's All-Mountain Rocker, which incorporates traditional camber underfoot with rocker in the tip and tail, letting you cruise over rough patches when you venture off-piste and rail groomer turns when the fluff vanishes and you're left ripping hardpack.The Prodigy's light as a feather, too, with a poplar and beech core that blends a touch of dampness with energy and lightness. Camber underfoot and beefy vertical sidewalls give it plenty of torsional stiffness and edge hold, and a micro-cap topsheet wraps around the gloss lacquer topsheet to keep the Prodigy looking fresh in case of on-mountain photo ops, and the P-Tex 4000 base keeps you flying downhill quicker than a greased mongoose wearing a jet pack. If you're looking for one board to rail groomer turns, hammer soft snow, ride switch, and hold its own in the park, the Prodigy'll make you look like a genius.
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Faction Skis Ten5 Ski Faction Skis Ten5 Ski
Can we get a 10-4 on the Faction Skis Ten5 Ski' Roger that, captain. Or you can Rogers Pass that, too. Ten5, referring to the 105mm waist width, is the name of the game for all-mountain fun. And what's in a name' Well, for these sticks, it means a propensity for pow dustings, an aptitude for busting through crud and chop, and lust for laying it over on hardpack and groomers. The poplar and beech core balances dampness, weight savings, strength, and snappiness for an ultimately playful, powerful, and responsive ski. Add in a strong, light, chatter-quieting titanal sheet, and you get a ski with maximum torsional rigidity that wouldn't be a nightmare to tour on.Though you'll never find Faction in the racecourse, they did glean their Dual Radius Sidecut tech from world-cup race planks. Front of the boot center, the turn radius gets it right and gets it tight like early 2000s rap songs, while a 20% larger sidecut behind the boot increases edge-to-edge responsiveness for smooth turn initiation, wicked precision, and a bit of extra help when landing in the backseat. Transition zones, camber underfoot, and a rockered tip and tail provide burly edging power with a floaty, jibby feel in soft snow.
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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, 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 122 Ski Fischer Ranger 122 Ski
Fischer fed its Ranger series well while everyone was out enjoying the summer months, and now it's returned fatter than ever, just in time for winter. The newest addition to the family, the Ranger 122 Ski, is the plumpest yet, eager to blast through deep stashes and indulge your gluttony for big lines. Devour the fresh stuff with the Ranger 122's surfy tips and tails and solid camber underfoot; you'll be able to smear your way through pillowy tree lines and steep, bottomless chutes with Fischer's balanced Freeski Rocker construction. Like its more svelte siblings, the Ranger 122 is carved from beech and poplar, which comes prepared to match your enthusiasm for storms that exceed predictions, delivering a nimble, poppy feel that doesn't turn skittish on thicker, windblown stuff. This stable but responsive feel comes courtesy of Fischer's proprietary Air Tec honeycomb pattern. Fischer mills the wood core to eliminate excess material without sacrificing the ski's structural integrity and stiffness. When paired with the ski's sandwich sidewall construction, this results in a burly ski that won't abandon you when you drop in without thinking first. It also means that the Ranger 122 isn't just a storm day ski that'll bail at the first sign of chop or day-old pow.
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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. Now, this killer versatility starts with the Air Tec Ti beech and poplar wood core which, in addition to being lively enough to pop off moguls and slither through trees, is milled to remove a significant portion of the material, which keeps it light and nimble. The Fiber Tech fiberglass laminate provides smooth flex regardless of whether or not you're driving hard through turns or simply cruising. The ski's stiffness isn't overwhelming, but it has been carefully designed to flex when you want it to, yet 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, which keeps the ski from bending out of shape under serious torsion--words otherwise known as hard edging. 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 a 4:30 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 gotten 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.Rocker profiles aren't nearly as exciting as they were five years ago, but they still matter just as much. Fischer's Freeski rocker 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 gnar. 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 cojones 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, largely by milling the Air Tec core with a honeycomb design, which dramatically reduces material without affecting stiffness. The poplar and beech wood core feels quick and nimble, but not jumpy, 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 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 don't interfere with the stable feel that makes the Primary such a fun mixed-conditions ski. Folsom topped--or bottomed, we suppose--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 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 A-Star SW Ski Head Skis USA A-Star SW Ski
Head's A-Star SW Ski may not make you the best skier on the mountain, but it will give you the power, float, and stability you need when you're slaying pow, ripping big lines, and sending big drops. New to Head's lineup, these big mountain boards are geared towards aggressive freeskiers with a wide 118mm waist and versatile profile that dominates everything from hero snow between the trees to scraped-out chutes.Made with Head's Sandwich Cap construction, the A-Star has a half-cap build that maintains vertical sidewalls for added durability and easier edge repairs, but it has a capped topsheet that is resistant to chipping and wear, so your skis still look killer after a season's worth of heavy riding. Tip rocker offers float and easy turn initiation in deep snow, while camber underfoot and a flat tail keep the ski stable and powerful when conditions require a more active skiing style. Head's Tip and Tail Stabilizer System works with the Independent Suspension System to limit vibrations, resulting in a damp and stable ride when conditions turn firm.
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Head Skis USA Caddy Ski Head Skis USA Caddy Ski
You'll still have to carry them to the hill, but the Head Caddy Skis will do most of the work for you once you step into them. Built with PNP Rocker, the Caddy has traditional camber underfoot to let you carve hard into takeoffs and pipe walls and moderate rocker in the tip that reduces edge contact for easy buttering, catch-free rail sliding, and easier pow adventures. It's also been tricked out with Head's Independent Suspension System, which incorporates elastomeric vibration dampeners in the tip, tail, and underfoot to reduce the chatter that can plague rockered skis.With full twin-tip construction, it's easy to ride the Caddy switch, and ABS Tuffwall sidewalls stand up to rocks, rails, and unfriendly urban landings. The core is made of laminated wood that stays light and poppy, and the UHM base is fast, durable, and highly transparent, so everyone can see the graphics shining through when you're poking out big tricks.
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Head Skis USA Collective 105 Ski Head Skis USA Collective 105 Ski
Skiing nothing but groomers is like eating pizza three meals a day: it's awesome for a while, but before long you'll want to expand your horizons and try, say, some lobster tails, or at least a cheeseburger. The Head Collective 105 Ski lets you take a big bite of whatever the mountain's serving up that day with plenty of hardpack-devouring traditional camber underfoot and a moderate serving of rocker in the tip and tail that'll let you cruise through powder, chop, and crud without a second thought. Built on a full wood core with a hybrid sandwich cap construction and ABS Tuffwall sidewalls that provide the weight-saving benefits of a cap with the durability and edging power of full sidewalls. The Collective can rally as hard as you want it to while staying nimbler than a cat.If you're looking at the Collective, then you're probably checking out the rubbery tip-and-tail doodads and thinking something like, "WhaHuhWhoNow'" Stay calm, though, that's just Head's TTS Tip and Tail Stabilizer System, which is basically a shock absorber designed to reduce vibration in rockered skis and provide increased torsional stiffness for a smoother feel, more power, and better edge control. If that's not enough vibration dampening for you, don't freak out, because the Collective also has an Independent Suspension System, a series of elastomeric inlays in the tip, tail, and underfoot, designed to give you a ride that's smoother than a set of silk PJs on everything from icy hardpack to day-old storm leftovers. Now that's tasty.
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Head Skis USA Cyclic 115 Ski Head Skis USA Cyclic 115 Ski
The circle of life's a lot like skiing big-mountain laps: you start slowly, but quickly pick up speed, and before you know it you have to slam on the brakes before you accidentally send that 100-foot drop right in front of you and land on your head. OK, maybe the analogy doesn't work, but the Head Cyclic 115 Ski will still take you from the top to the big cliff to the bottom to the top to the big cliff to the bottom whether you're spinning lift laps or enjoying your first big-mountain heli trip. The second-fattest board in Head's big mountain line, it features the same weight-saving but powerful hybrid sandwich-cap construction and ABS Tuffwall sidewalls, so you can punch the throttle down big lines without losing the quickness required to handle tight trees and techy terrain. Head's TNT Rocker provides a good section of camber underfoot for bomber edge hold when you need it, and there's plenty of rocker in the tip and tail to make short work of powder and keep the Cyclic nimble and pivoty when you need it to be. Of course, the most obvious design feature is the Tip and Tail Stabilizer System, a vibration-killing overlay in the tips and tails that gives you a smooth, consistent ride even when you're mobbing down choppy terrain. They give the Cyclic a space-age look, for sure, but you'll be sold when you feel the dampness and predictability they provide. If you still want more, Head also included dampening Independent Suspension System inlays in the tip, tail, and underfoot sections of the ski, so you'll be able to make short work of the harshest terrain you can find. Throw in a light and lively wood core and speedy UHM C base, and the Cyclic will keep your shredding on point from the first lap of the season until the last.
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Head Skis USA Framewall Ski Head Skis USA Framewall Ski
Sessioning rails, sliding boxes, and stomping huge hits doesn't always produce pristine looking skis. In fact, you're usually lucky to get a season's worth of shredding from your skis, and that's if you're lucky. The Head Framewall Ski, though, was designed and built to withstand the abuses of the park with a Framewall construction that will roll with the punches. On top of that, it features a true twin tip shape, burly sidewalls, and stout UHM C bases that won't blow up on you after your first big day in the park.Think of the Framewall construction as a roll cage for your skis. The three dimensional construction of the sidewalls cover the skis from top to bottom, protecting the top sheets from dings and chips, and it will prevent any delamination from occurring. A rigid wood core gives the skis that stable feel you want when you're stomping landings on the hardpack, while the ISS (independent suspension system) helps to reduce chatter in the rockered tips and tails, giving the skis a super stable feel when you're straightlining between all the beaters to get back to the chairlift. Speaking of rocker, the profile of the Framewalls consists of mild rocker in the tip and tail to give the ski a smooth and buttery feel, while plenty of camber underfoot results in a ski that will hold an edge between features and remain stable on the landing.
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Head Skis USA Monster 108 Ski Head Skis USA Monster 108 Ski
The Head Monster 108 Ski probably isn't for you if charging hard gives you goosebumps. If rallying top to bottom laps across hardpack, chunder, and pow makes you drool and cry tears of joy, though, it's worth a look. Head designed the Monster with just enough tip rocker to smooth out uneven snow and made sure that the long camber would provide bomber edge hold for all-conditions ripping. The World Cup Sandwich Cap construction combines the best part of cap construction--smooth flex and light weight--with the rugged durability and edge grip of a sandwich layup, while the titanal metal laminate gives the Monster enough backbone to straight line just about whatever you point it at.If that's not enough, Head also hooked the ski up with a layer of Graphene, a thin layer of carbon fiber that's one of the strongest materials on the planet, to give the Monster tons of snap and torsional stiffness. Despite all the burliness, the wood core retains a good amount of pop and maneuverability, and Head's ERA 3. 0 technology makes sure the rocker profile, turn radius, and energy rebound all are complementary, so the Monster feels balanced and smooth despite its aggressive nature.
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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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Head Skis USA Power Instinct Ti Pro Ski Head Skis USA Power Instinct Ti Pro Ski
You can overthink skiing and turn every carve into a calculation of vectors, edge angles, and sidecut radii, or you can just tip your skis over and let 'em run. Head's Power Instinct Ti Pro Ski much prefers the latter, with a design that's meant to rally through chop, lay down tight carves on perfect corduroy, and rail across icy groomers with power and precision. The ski's reliability, edge grip, and smoothness are products of a myriad of technologies, the most prominent being Head's ERA 3. 0 design, which blends the rocker profile, sidecut, and rebound energy to vary turn shapes, allow easy turn initiation, and balance the ski's turn-finishing power with the ability to scrub speed quickly and easily. The Power Instinct is built with Head's Allride Rocker, which features a slight tip rocker to smooth out choppy snow and allow for progressive turn initiation, alongside plenty of camber to give the ski snap, pop, and power.Snappy camber doesn't mean you're going to get thrown around, though, because the addition of a graphene laminate keeps the Power Instinct lively and energetic without bouncing you off your feet. Graphene is a sheet of carbon that's incredibly thin but has the strength and rebound of far thicker laminates to provide loads of energy without feeling heavy or hard to control. The graphene layer works in tandem with the ski's light wood core and WC Sandwich Cap construction to keep the Power Instinct light and easy to ski, and the UHM C base is fast as lightning, so you can zip down the frontside at top speed.
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Head Skis USA Raw Instinct Ti Pro Ski Head Skis USA Raw Instinct Ti Pro Ski
Your instincts better be good when you're reaching raw speeds on a pair of wooden sticks flying down the resort, but if those sticks are Head's Raw Instinct Ti Pro Ski, you like your odds. This ski's design is meant for rallying through chop, tightly carving on perfect corduroy, and railing across icy groomers. The ski's reliability, edge grip, and smoothness are products of a myriad technologies, the most prominent of which is Head's ERA 3. 0 design, which blends the rocker profile, sidecut, and rebound energy to vary turn shapes, allow easy turn initiation, and balance the ski's turn-finishing power with the ability to scrub speed quickly and easily. The Raw Instinct is built with Head's Allride Rocker, which features a slight tip rocker to smooth out choppy snow and allow for progressive turn initiation, alongside plenty of camber to give the ski snap, pop, and power. Snappy camber doesn't mean you're going to get tossed around by the smallest bumps, though, because the addition of a Graphene laminate keeps the Raw Instinct lively and energetic without bouncing you off your feet. Graphene is a sheet of carbon that's incredibly thin but has the strength and rebound of far thicker laminates to provide loads of energy without feeling heavy or hard to control. The Graphene layer works in tandem with the ski's light wood core and WC Sandwich Cap construction to keep the Raw Instinct light and easy to ski, and the UHM C base is fast as lightning, so you can zip down the frontside at top speed.
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Head Skis USA Venturi 95 Ski Head Skis USA Venturi 95 Ski
The first thing you, and everyone else, will notice when checking out the Head Venturi 95 Ski is the space-age-looking doodads at the tip and tail. If you want to drop some knowledge on the clowns that are giving you a hard time for skiing on kitchen utensils, tell them it's an elastomeric stabilizing inlay with a glass fiber exoskeleton, designed to dampen the vibration found in rockered tips and tails while increasing torsional strength and reducing swing weight. If you want them to understand what that means, sit them down and make them watch while you rip the headwall of the off-the-summit groomer, duck into the trees and surf through your favorite powder stash, and poke out a steezy spin over the cat track at the bottom of the hill. The Venturi can do all of these things partly because of the aforementioned TTS, or tip and tail stabilizer system, which gives the ski its distinctive look, but there's also a host of other features that make it a versatile all-mountain destroyer, like TNT rocker, which has 60% camber underfoot and 20% rocker in the tip and tail, allowing you to rip groomers and schralp pow with equal aplomb. The rockered tips and tails help you float and smear, while camber works with the stability provided by the TTS system to lock edges into hardpack. You might think all this fancy tech would make the Venturi a delicate museum-piece of a ski, but you couldn't be more wrong. It's built with a super-durable sandwich cap construction, which combines the toughness and strength of sandwich construction with the lightweight simplicity of a cap overlay, and burly ABS Tuffwall sidewalls that are designed to take a beating without dulling or blowing out. Throw in tough and fast diecut UHM C bases, and the mountain doesn't stand a chance.
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Icelantic Nomad 105 Ski Icelantic Nomad 105 Ski
Nimble, resilient, and versatile like a true snow chaser, the Icelantic Nomad Ski is designed to not just survive but thrive in every snow condition. Attractive curves and a balanced flex give the Nomad its stability and quickness, while the 140mm tip provides ample float in the deepest fluff. Powder is never a guarantee, so the versatile 105 mm waist will save the day when a high-pressure ridge sets in to turn your dreams of powder into a long session on the frontside.Like all Icelantic skis, the Nomad is handmade in Colorado through a process Icelantic calls its Tri-Axe construction. The layup of a playful poplar core with unilateral fiberglass sandwiched above and below results in a ski that's stiff enough to charge down open bowls, playful enough to slarve turns through the trees, and scrub speed when technical lines demand a little finesse. The rockered tip and tail gets the wide shovel up when there is a bit of pow and gives the ski a fun and playful soul.
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Icelantic Nomad 115 Ski Icelantic Nomad 115 Ski
Maybe your days of hitting rails and jumps are over, but that doesn't mean you have to leave your jibbing style in the park when you set your sights on freeride. Born in the USA, the Icelantic Nomad 115 Ski brings hard-charging performance for demanding terrain, yet retains the playful, agile nature of a twin tip ski. A snappy, strong, and energetic poplar wood core sandwiched between durable layers of fiberglass and rubber foil provides a smooth, stiff flex with just the right amount of butta to slather on big-mountain lines. The Nomad also features a nearly symmetrical rocker profile that spins like a top and nails switch landings in pow, but still lays down railroad tracks on hardpack thanks to the traditional camber underfoot and medium-range turn radius.
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Icelantic Nomad 95 Ski Icelantic Nomad 95 Ski
If you're the type of skier that enjoys a hearty bowl of powder for breakfast, groomers for lunch, and quick-and-dirty park laps for an afternoon snack, then the Icelantic Nomad 95 Ski is for you. The Nomad series is a new offering from Icelantic, and this midfat option is probably the most versatile in the line. Its 95mm waist is nimble enough to hold an edge on hardpack and rally down groomers, but it is still capable of floating through all but the deepest pow--the 130mm wide shovel doesn't hurt this ski's powder capabilities, either.The classic mashup of rocker in the tip and tail with camber underfoot gives the Nomad a playful feel that's quick to slash turns, pivot between tight trees, but still hold a solid carve when you're arcing fast GS-style turns back to the base area. A stout sandwich construction is inherently stable and drives power to the edges as you lay the skis on edge. Meanwhile, the poppy poplar core delivers that snappy, playful feel you'd expect of a bonafide freeride ski. Like all Icelantic boards, the Nomad is handmade in Colorado and is finished off with mountain-inspired graphics by Travis Parr.
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Icelantic Pioneer 109 Ski Icelantic Pioneer 109 Ski
Whether you're looking to diversify your quicker with a well-rounded pair of skis between your big powder boards and skinny groomer sticks or seeking the elusive quiver-of-one ski, the Icelantic Pioneer 109 Ski will most definitely fit the bill. Its relatively wide 109mm waist definitely makes this a soft snow ski and a great daily driver if you call the Rocky Mountains home. Tip and tail rocker increases float in powder and eases turn initiation whether you're rallying groomers on a sunny mid-winter day or spraying powder turns on a storm day. The hard-nosed traditionalist will appreciate the generous dose of camber underfoot, and both newschoolers and old salty dudes will dig the snappy poplar core that's playful, yet stable at speed.
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Icelantic Pioneer 96 Ski Icelantic Pioneer 96 Ski
When the same old groomers grow stale, step into your trusty Icelantic Pioneer 96 Skis and explore some new terrain. With a versatile midfat waist that blasts through chop, makes the most of hardpack, and moves easily from edge to edge when it's a groomers only kind of day, the Pioneer will be your go-to ski for 90% of the days you're on the mountain. The lightly rockered tip and tail gives this ski a playful feel on and off piste, while plenty of camber underfoot means you can carve with confidence when conditions take a turn for the firm. Icelantic's poplar wood core gives the ski a lively and playful flex while maintaining all the power you need to charge down steep runs at high speeds.
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Icelantic Sabre 99 Ski Icelantic Sabre 99 Ski
You've worn your pajamas inside out for a week now, and you might've even done a little snow dance in the backyard last night (and the night before). For some reason, the skies stubbornly remain blue and cloudless day after day. Instead of sliding around the resort on your fat powder boards in denial and despondence, grab the Icelantic Sabre 99 Ski and go make the most of the groomers and crusty stuff while everyone else complains. You'll be surprised at just how much fun you can have on two-week old snow with the Sabre as its versatile 99mm waist nimbly slices through chunder and refrozen chop and its rockered tips ease turns in inconsistent snow. Icelantic uses its signature Tri-Axe sandwich construction, which consists of a poplar wood core between its fiberglass layers to lend the ski an energetic feel on dicey Ice Coast tree lines that keep you on your toes from top to bottom. For the times you can't resist opening it up on a wide corduroy-lined groomer, the Sabre will eagerly hold an edge, and camber underfoot gives you the stability to tip and rip straight to the bottom. As with all Icelantic skis, the Sabre 99 also features original artwork by the company's founder, Travis Parr.
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K2 iKonic 85Ti Ski K2 iKonic 85Ti Ski
All-mountain used to be a sneaky synonym for "intermediate", but K2's aware that there of plenty of serious skiers who don't want, or need, a 115mm-waisted powder ski as their everyday driver. For those of you who like to rip groomers, bust through bumps, and occasionally adventure into the trees, it designed the iKonic 85Ti Ski, which is an aggressive, hard-charging ski that's engineered to make short work of hardpack and mixed conditions under the guidance of relatively aggressive skiers. It all starts with the K2 Konic core, which is comprised of a lively and energetic aspen and paulownia wood core that gives the iKonic a feel that's fun and playful without being wimpy. The core keeps the ski light, but K2 laid down titanium laminates over the edges to increase power, stability, and grip, so you can enjoy the control of a metal ski without the weight penalty or excessively damp feel. It also laid down a layer of triaxial braided fiberglass and a carbon grid, which helps prevent the iKonic from twisting and feeling squirrely and unpredictable when you're driving a hard edge. The camber profile of the iKonic is called All-Terrain Rocker, but it's not rockered in the way you might think. There's a moderate rise in the tip to smooth out choppy snow and make turn initiation a snap, but traditional camber underfoot and a flat tail give you tons of effective edge to work with, so you can tear morning corduroy to shreds without a second thought.
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K2 Marksman Ski K2 Marksman Ski
The K2 Marksman Ski stays on target whether your line consists of powdery pillow drops or tree lines with variable snow. A mid-fat waist grants the Marskman with versatile freeride performance that trends toward all-mountain propensity so you can hunt the best lines that the resort has to offer on any given day. Its all-terrain rocker includes an early rise tip for easy turn initiation in softer snow, while camber underfoot engages in edge control on firmer snow. Despite its all-mountain versatility, the Marksman proves to be first and foremost a fun freeride ski. An asymmetric tip and tail tapers the ski's inside edge and reduces the edge length to improve the ski's soft snow performance, ease the turn release, and enhance the ski's buttering playfulness. K2 built the ski's Double Barrel core with dense fir around the edges for durability, while the light aspen center reduces swing weight. TwinTech sidewalls include a topsheet that's more resistant to ski vs. ski impact damage.
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K2 Pettitor Ski K2 Pettitor Ski
When you're considered one of the preeminent freeskiers on the planet, it's only natural that you have some planks that live up to your reputation. That's why K2 picked the brain of the big-mountain ninja Sean Pettit and developed the Pettitor Ski. With a wide waist, the Pettitor lives to devour the deepest days and stomp the biggest pillow lines you dare point them down. Now, don't be lured into thinking that this hard-charging ski just rests on its laurels and coasts on Sean's name alone, which is pretty dope by the way. A slew of features help make this ski an incredibly adept big-mountain beast that will have you charging pillow lines, throwing threes off of huge drops, and buttering off every wind lip on the mountain. The powder rocker profile puts rocker in the tip and tail, giving the ski a nimble, pivoty feel in pow, while just a smidgen of camber underfoot offers some edge hold for when you're bombing groomers back to the base area. The Pettitor has a playful, yet solid fir and aspen wood core, giving the ski a smooth and relatively stiff flex pattern, which is supported by a triaxial braided fiberglass laminate for enhanced torsional rigidity. A tapered tip pushes the widest contact point of the ski back from the tips for better deflection in soft snow and to ease turn initiation when conditions are bottomless.
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K2 Pinnacle 105 Ski K2 Pinnacle 105 Ski
The biggest Pinnacle, the 118, is the pro model of some dude named Seth Morrison, and its little bro the K2 Pinnacle 105 Ski rips just as hard but with a slightly different quiver-of-one design that will slay everything from champagne pow to tight trees to steeps that'll have you puckered. The whole Pinnacle lineup is based on K2's Baseline 2. 0 technology, which matches the camber and sidecut profiles to provide turning characteristics, float, and flex that perfectly match each other. In the case of the Pinnacle, the gradual tip rise of the All-Terrain Rocker works with the slightly tapered tip shape to give you smooth, hook-free float in soft snow, while the tapered and blunted tails work with the low tail rocker to give you powerful finish through turns and the ability to throw your skis sideways when a pow slash is in order. There's a moderate amount of sidecut underfoot, which works with the medium amount of camber to balance edging performance and float without being overly aggressive in soft conditions or sloppy when things tighten up a little. The Pinnacle's shape is cutting edge, and the materials its made from are right there with it. It's not often that you come across a high-performance and powerful ski that has composite insides, but K2's Konic Nanolite core combines a stiff and powerful aspen perimeter with a lightweight and forgiving Nanolite composite in the center, giving the Pinnacle a hard-charging feel that's quicker and easier to ski than boards with full metal laminates. Don't worry, though, the Pinnacle does feature a springy and damp metal laminate, too, along with a triaxial braided fiberglass layer that gives it the strength to stay straight under serious edging forces. K2 covered up the core with its HybriTech half-cap construction, which uses edgy and powerful sidewalls under the cambered section and sandwich construction in the tips and tails to encourage smooth engagement into turns and keep swing weight to a minimum, so you can get ...
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K2 Pinnacle 118 Ski K2 Pinnacle 118 Ski
If Seth Morrison puts his name on something, you know that it can charge. Exhibit A: the K2 Pinnacle 118 Ski. As you'd expect, it loves to go big, fast, and hard, but it's built to be versatile and surprisingly fun, so it's not a one-dimensional straightline charger that needs a legend like Seth to make it go. The heart of the Pinnacle is the K2 Konic core, which is at the heart of the ski's uniqueness. At the center of the core, K2 employed a superlight composite material called Nanolite, which keeps the weight of the Pinnacle down while it increases nimbleness and agility. K2 followed that up by slapping sections of stiff ash and fir around the center of the core, which gives the ski a hard-charging and aggressive feel without the deadness that a metal laminate can cause. Indeed, the Pinnacle's totally metal-free, with only a highly energetic triaxial braided fiberglass laminate proving extra stiffness and energy to rip you through aggressive turns on pow and through chunder. At 118mm underfoot, the Pinnacle's pretty obviously a soft-snow ski, and a glance at the Powder Rocker profile will confirm its preferences. Powder Rocker employs a generous amount of rise in the tip and tail to help you surf through powder and slash big ol' hero turns when going sideways is on the menu, but has enough camber underfoot that you can rally through choppy runouts and down groomers without losing control. Hybritech half-cap construction features sidewalls underfoot for edge bite and stiffness, with a cap in the tip and tail to decrease swing weight and keep the Pinnacle nimble, because even Seth has to shimmy his way through tight spots sometimes.
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K2 Pinnacle 95 Ski K2 Pinnacle 95 Ski
An arsenal of skis is terrific, but when you've had zero coffee and you're trying to navigate your gear closet at dawn'o'clock, you're bound to either bring too much or grab the wrong skis entirely. Having experienced this scenario far too many times, the folks over at K2 crafted up the chameleon-like, no-brainer Pinnacle 95 Ski. Made for sailing smoother than silk on variegated terrain, the Pinnacle 95 is a jack-of-all-trades--so whether you're surfing on sunshine in Steamboat Springs, Colorado or dipping into hidden powder stashes in Stowe, Vermont, the Pinnacle offers unparalleled performance. Equipped with a universal waist width, the Pinnacle 95 is crafted with the super responsive Konic technology and Nanolite core that ultimately redistributes weight to the perimeter of the ski while simultaneously reducing swing-weight for additional ease and control. Additionally, the Triaxial Braid and metal laminate ensure lively flexibility and unshakable performance with its terrific torsional strength and alternating layers. The all-terrain rocker provides you with just enough camber and is built with a tapered and elevated tip and tail for maximum performance, power, and energy.
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K2 Poacher Ski K2 Poacher Ski
The K2 Poacher Ski pops and plays in the park while simultaneously surviving the rigors of reckless street rails for seasons and seasons. It sports a skinny 96mm waist width and K2's All-Terrain Rocker to stay rock solid and prevent hooking when you're really getting after it. K2 built the Poacher with an innovative Double Barrel wood core with high-density, durable fir at the edges and lighter, livelier aspen in the center. Two laminates of fiberglass and carbon with a unique braiding process add torsional rigidity and strength without interfering with the ski's lively flex. The TwinTech Sidewalls provide the durability needed for rail impacts, ski-on-ski abrasion, and the occasional wipeout.
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K2 Powabunga Ski K2 Powabunga Ski
The Powabunga Ski is K2's fattest ski for righteous freeriding down the mountain's deepest powder days. It sports a 136mm waist width that stays afloat over the soft stuff, while K2's Powder Rocker assures a playful, maneuverable feel down the deeps. This profile includes a high, long rise in the tip and tail that help you keep your tips up while you turn, and the tip and tail are tapered in order to ease your turn release and reduce deflection, so you don't catch an edge and tumble down what would have been the best ride of the season.K2 built the Powabunga's core out of three different woods for stunning performance. The core utilizes aspen, paulownia, and bamboo to give the ski a resilient, damp, and easy-to-ski nature. This trifecta uses these different woods in key areas to assure the utmost performance on the snowiest days. K2 also added a triaxial braided fiberglass that enhances torsional strength, without interfering the core's lively flex patterns. To top it off, K2 constructed this ski with durable TwinTech sidewalls and an impact-resistant top sheet to assure longevity.
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K2 Press Ski K2 Press Ski
Breaking news: K2's Press Ski is a fully featured, freestyle-friendly park ski that actually comes at an affordable price for the modern jibbers of today. It sports a super skinny waist, All-Terrain Rocker's camber underfoot and tip and tail rocker, and a symmetric Park Flex Pattern that let you ride rails, spin off kickers, and ride down groomers switch or forward with equal prowess.K2 built the Press Ski's core with lightweight aspen to give a resilient, damp, and intuitive ride. There's a layer of fiberglass that K2 braided to enhance torsional strength without hindering the ski's playful flex. Reinforced tip and tail make sure you don't have to buy a new ski half way through the season, and the cap construction maintains the ski's light feel. Each Press Ski's Swap Base alternates the colors and logos to give a look that's uniquely yours.
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K2 Sight Ski K2 Sight Ski
After you've perfected your switch three in the park, go out to some natural features and show those christie-carving squares what it means to be a newschooler with the K2 Sight Ski. The tip and tail rocker lets you jam all day long, and camber underfoot means you won't slide out like a goob on the groomers. Lightweight enough to jib anything, but still durable enough slide over that aspen tree, the Sight will take your freestyle through the park and all over the mountain.The all-terrain rocker is a blend of raised ends and camber underfoot. The camber and directional sidecut makes turning easier and faster on groomers when obstacles change from inanimate to animated. Twin tips help you flip off the lip or float through a dusting of powder. The Twin Tech Sidewall makes it easier to lay an edge when you're careening into a turn on choppy crud or banking a curve on ice-crusted hardpack. An aspen core is stiff enough to handle a few GS turns, but still soft enough for you to jump and jib all over the hill.
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Kastle BMX 105 Ski Kastle BMX 105 Ski
The Kastle BMX 105 Skis are on a strict diet of morning pow, mid-day crud, and afternoon hardpack. Shaped with versatility in mind, their mid-sized 105mm waist width with 134mm in the shovel, allow the BMXs to stay up in powder and remain manageable once conditions turn variable. Their rockered tip and tail make them a fun and playful pair of skis, while traditional camber underfoot lets you lay them on edge without feeling like you're going to lose your grip when you really lay into your turns. A sandwich construction with full-length ABS sidewalls offer a solid and stable feel, while Kastle's Hollowtech 2. 0 tips help to eliminate tip chatter and reduce swing weight for near-effortless turn initiation.The BMX 105 Skis feature Kastle's Elliptical Radius sidecut, which combines a narrow turning radius in the tip and tail, with a wide turning radius through the mid-section of the ski--the result is a ski that will adapt to changing terrain and conditions with the ability to get turny in pow and make long arcing turns down big, wind-buffed faces. The silver fir wood core shaves weight from the ski, without sacrificing an ounce of durability. A layer of rubber over the steel edges help give the skis a damp feel, and their UHM graphite sintered bases are built to meet the demands of the most demanding big mountain skiers.
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Kastle BMX 115 Ski Kastle BMX 115 Ski
The most conservative estimates are calling for over a foot of fresh pow, and coverage is good enough to center punch just about any line on the mountain. On days like these, you'll be glad your Kastle BMX 115 Skis are tuned and ready to go. The dimensions of the BMX 115 Ski make these boards ready to do one thing: send steep and technical lines. With a 115 mm waist width, 141mm in the shovel, and a heavily rockered tip, the BMX 115 will float pow like a dream, slarve turns, and scrub speed with ease, but with camber underfoot and a solid sandwich construction, you won't have to change your drawers when decide to straightline them down tight chutes and arc big turns down wind-buffed faces.Anyone familiar with Kastle's legendary ski construction won't find anything new here, and that's a good thing. A full wood core, ABS sidewalls, and a fiberglass laminate make the BMX 115s stiff and stable, but they're forgiving enough to get into more technical terrain. To help eliminate chatter, the skis feature Kastle's proprietary Hollowtech shovel, which consists of a cutout that helps to reduce vibration through the ski by as much as 15%--not only does this result in a vibration dampening feel smooth, but it also reduces swing weight in case you decide to throw some threes out there. Kastle also added a thin layer of rubber just above the edges to cut chatter and produce a solid platform that will charge down variable conditions just as effectively as it will float pow.It's not hard to build a ski that will make powder skiing fun, but it is difficult to make a ski that will ski pow and tackle variable conditions with that same level of fun. The adequately sized 115 waist will easily handle most powder days, but it won't make you feel like you have a couple of bananas tied to your feet when all that spring pow turns to a slick melt-freeze crust. Further increasing the ski's versatility is the elliptical radius sidecut, which blends a narrower turning radius in the tip and ...
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Kastle CPM82 Ski Kastle CPM82 Ski
These days, it seems like folks are more interested in getting their latest social media pic than actually skiing, but you're still in it for the joy of the turn and the thrill of gravity pulling you down the mountain, so step into the Kastle CPM82 Ski and blast by the photo-op crowd, leaving nothing but a blast of wind and an icy spray in your wake. Built for the seasoned frontside skier, the CPM82 has all the hallmarks of a solid frontside ski--traditional camber profile, stiff flex, and nimble turn radius--to devour everything from pristine corduroy to chopped crud to day-old leftover pow.As you might have guessed from its name, the CPM82 sports an inherently nimble 82mm waist that will track from edge to edge with ease. This quick and sporty feel gets a boost from the ski's cap construction, which keeps it light, nimble, and friendly when the terrain turns steep and bumpy. Lightweight carbon gives the ski a uniquely snappy feel while reducing weight, and two layers of titanal increase the torsional rigidity of the ski, delivering a stiff and aggressive feel speed-craving skiers will appreciate. You might be thinking that circular doodad in the shovel of the ski looks pretty sweet, and while that might be true, it's actually there to help eliminate chatter when you're skiing fast in firm and unforgiving conditions.
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Kastle FX85 HP Ski Kastle FX85 HP Ski
Finding a ski that's both powerful and playful can be like trapping a unicorn--a feat some might consider impossible. But to those who have slapped the reins on such a mythic beast as the Kastle FX85 HP Ski know, the impossible is always possible with a little ingenuity and the knowledge of what works and what doesn't. Look under the hood of the Kastle FX85 HP Ski and you'll find the inner workings of a hard-charging frontside carver, but with an early rise tip and tail, this ski is plenty playful enough to lay down turns off-piste without sacrificing that stiff and stable feel you want when you're arcing big turns down your favorite blues and blacks.The FX85 HP gets its stiffness and stability from two titanal laminates above and below the lightweight silver fir wood core. Its sandwich construction with full-length ABS sidewalls ensure a stable feel at speed, while a thin layer of rubber over the edges helps reduce chatter through the ski, so you won't feel like you're going to lose a filling when you hit a chunk of ice mid-run. Speaking of reducing chatter, the FX85 HP integrates Kastle's Hollowtech technology in the shovel, which dramatically reduces vibration through the ski, reduces wandering, and keeps the weight low for an easy-to-turn feel. By pushing the widest point of contact further back from the tips, the FX85 has a more forgiving feel that won't hook up when you least expect it. These skis are built to last with a UHM graphite sintered base material that won't piece out after the first pebble, while protective top foil along the top sheet keeps them looking clean after that careless beater rolls over your brand new boards in the lift line.
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Kastle FX95 HP Ski Kastle FX95 HP Ski
Gravity's a pretty magical thing. It can deflect light, form stars, and explain the perihelion precession of Mercury, but it can also push you down a snowy hill, which is fun and stuff, especially when you have the Kastle FX95 HP Ski strapped to your feet. It might not get you accelerating down the mountain at 9. 8 meters per second squared, but the FX95 does want to go fast, seeing as it has two sheets of titanal that give it a rock-solid and damp feel that's all about mobbing through chunder and devouring hard snow. ABS sidewalls and low camber underfoot give the ski plenty of edging power, and Kastle's killer elliptical sidecut radius makes it easy to rip off tight turns without compromising stability when you're really lettin' 'er rip. The FX95 likes to slice and dice, but it's no one-dimensional frontside chef. At 95mm underfoot, it's wide enough to comfortably handle boot-top powder, and has Kastle's Dual Rise rocker to make sure your tips don't dive and your tails don't finish turns too aggressively and send you over the bars. Both the tip and tail are tapered to prevent a hooky, unpredictable feel in soft snow, and the tip is finished off with Kastle's Hollowtech 2. 0 technology, which uses a cutout section to reduce the tip mass and corresponding vibration, so you don't get chattered to death when you're rallying down uneven snow.
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Kastle MX84 Ski Kastle MX84 Ski
The ideal daily driver for the dedicated frontside skier and east coast ripper, the Kastle MX84 Ski will make short work of everything from east coast ice to soft western groomers to firm off-piste runs on either coast. The narrow 84mm waist tracks effortlessly from edge to edge when you're linking quick turns, and the torsionally stiff feel of the MX84 lets you really open things up, without leaving a mess in your bibs when you somehow make it to the bottom of a steep run. The MX84 gets its torsionally stiff feel from two sheets of titanal layered over a rigid silver fir wood core and an inherently stiff sandwich construction. Rubber dampening edges and Kastle's Hollowtech technology dramatically reduces vibration and chatter, giving the ski a damp and stable feel on hardpack, crud, and chopped-up groomers.
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Kastle MX89 Ski Kastle MX89 Ski
Kastle isn't really known for making floppy skis that prefer to ease down the mountain the same way an old man slowly settles into a warm bath. Built to haul ass and leave a trail of cold smoke in its wake, the MX89 Ski remains true to Kastle's tradition of producing stiff boards that aggressive skiers will appreciate. Forgoing the use of chattery rocker and easy-flexing constructions, the MX89 sports a traditional camber profile that clings to hardpack and hooks up wide arcing turns down groomers.The sandwich construction increases the durability of the ski and drives power to the edges, increasing to the overall stability and powerful nature of the ski. The silver fir wood core is a happy medium between lightweight and rigid, and it is layered between layers of titanal to increase torsional rigidity. Kastle incorporated its Hollowtech technology to the MX89 to reduce weight and eliminate vibrations by up to 15%, giving the ski a damp and stable feel when you're blasting through day-old chop off piste or icy groomers on those typical mid-season days.
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Lib Technologies Megapow Ski Lib Technologies Megapow Ski
What do you get when you combine the wildest ideas of Baker's pro patrol, an infatuating asymmetrical shape, and a ludicrously fat waist' Meet the Lib Technologies Megapow Ski, your powder pipe dream come true. While these boats may have a staggering 137mm waist width, the zippy 18-meter turn radius thrives in tight trees and wide-open steeps alike. If there happens to be some blue rock underneath some wind-blown fluff, Lib Tech's signature Magne-Traction serrated edge technology gnashes its teeth like an angry honey badger and bites into the nastiest of snow conditions. The lively, lightweight, and sustainably harvested wood core is fortified with fiberglass and a low swing weight, so you can continue to push your limits riding white waves. They're about as close to wearing two snowboards as skis, so ride 'em while they're still legal at the closest skiers only resort.
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Lib Technologies Pow NAS reCurve Ski Lib Technologies Pow NAS reCurve Ski
The Lib Tech Pow NAS reCurve Ski slices through crud like a high-end Japanese knife slices through fine cuts of Wagyu beef, but it also floats in pow like a fat man in the Dead Sea and tears up the park like a golden retriever shreds a taco-soaked napkin. All this means that if you're looking for one board to handle all your ripping this winter, the Pow is it. Lib Tech is famous for its snowboards, but its migrated its board technology into the NAS (narrow-ass snowboards) skis, giving them a feel that's unlike any other planks out there. Most significantly, the Pow employs Lib's famous Magne-Traction serrated edges, which supply tons of ice-shredding edge grip without giving the ski a hooky or unpredictable feel, even in soft snow. This is also due to the Pow ReCurve rocker profile, which combines a rockered tip and tail with camber underfoot for smooth turn initiation and killer float, so you can hit high speeds, carve into park jumps, and slide rails without worrying about catching an edge and ending up on your mug (Lib Tech still recommends de-tuning your edges if you'll be spending a lot of time gettin' urban, just FYI). Lib built the Pow on Power A wood core, which it sandwiched between layers of fiberglass to give the ski a reasonably stiff flex and plenty of pop, so you can rally from the top of big lines, through the trees, and into the park without stopping or getting sketchy. An Anvi-Tech layer helps reduce vibration and keep things damp, while the UHMW sidewalls direct even more energy into the edges for hardpack performance that other pow skis just can't handle.
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Lib Technologies UFO 100 Ski Lib Technologies UFO 100 Ski
Unidentified Flying Objects ain't just stickin' to Area 51 anymore. Invading a ski resort near you, the Lib Tech UFO 100 Ski is bringing out-of-this-world freestyle performance to your all-mountain playground. Confuse the tourists with wild spins both in the park and off piste with the UFOs tapered tip and tail and reduced swing weight. A nimble, lively, and sustainably harvested aspen core, burly fiberglass layers, and a super-smooth sintered UHMW base bring enough energy to boost you up to light speed, but dampen celestial vibrations and impacts with astroids, or, uh, moguls and frozen suncups. The 100mm waist width keeps ya floating on boot-top pow, but can still bring the ruckus on groomers or features.Lib Tech knows you'll be spending about as much time skiing switch as you will forward and that landing in a bit of fluff after big airs will happen more often than not, so the directionally rockered tip and tail with elliptical entry points create buttery smooth transitions from airspace to earth. For less-than-powdery days, hearty camber underfoot and serrated Magne-Traction edges rip into ice and hardpack with voracity.
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Lib Technologies UFO 115 Ski Lib Technologies UFO 115 Ski
Once you take a ride on the Lib Tech UFO 115 Ski, you'll be begging to get abducted to Planet Pow. You're all about plowing through pillows, slashing in the trees, and boosting off natural features, but that doesn't mean you'd turn your nose up at hiking a backcountry booter all day--hence the moderately girthy 115mm waist with elliptical entry and tapered shape at tip and tail to give you float and get you spinning faster than a flying saucer. A dollop of camber underfoot puts you into hyperdrive when you're cranking out GS turns on windbuff or carving off a wind lip, and the sustainably harvested aspen core provides stability and agility on techy lines. Just because you prefer deep snow doesn't mean you won't hit hardpack now and then, so these pow boards feature Lib Tech's distinguished Magne-Traction edges--the slightly serrated design rips into blue rock like a steak knife through a bison burger. That way, you can lay it on edge with confidence during high-pressure periods at the resort while you wait for more flakes to fall. Whether you're screaming down open lines or landing switch cork sevs, the UFO's Impact Deflection tech absorbs energy at the tip and tail so you can ride out of bombholes like a boss. Tough, damp, and energetic fiberglass layers and wicked-fast sintered UHMW bases would likely do some good for spaceship aerodynamics, but Lib Tech thinks you'll enjoy it for your skis. Blast off.
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Lib Technologies Wreckcreate 100 Ski Lib Technologies Wreckcreate 100 Ski
It's poppy. It's light. It's versatile. And it's a hell of a lot more fun than the other after-school recreational activities mom suggested. The jack-of-all-fun Lib Tech Wreckcreate 100 Ski lives to slash slow signs, jib fallen trees, slice up hardpack, and stomp floaty threes off cat track lips. With a zippy and energetic sustainably harvested aspen core, the Wreckreate is surrounded by damp and burly fiberglass laminates to keep things stable when you're straight lining. When the going gets icy, Magne-Traction serrated edges gouge out train tracks so you can ride boldly and confidently no matter the surface you're on. Two stage rocker entry keeps you afloat on boot-top pow, while traditional camber underfoot offers power and precision on firmer snow. And with impact absorbing, heavy-metal free tips and tails, the ski's swing weight stays low for wild spins and smooth landings--you'll just have to make up for it by playing some metal while you rip it up.
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Lib Technologies Wreckcreate 115 Ski Lib Technologies Wreckcreate 115 Ski
The mountain is your filet mignon, and the Lib Technologies Wreckreate 115 Ski is your steak knife--get ready for the tastiness. Whether you're floating on champagne powder, blasting through Cascade cement, or testing the land speed record on boilerplate, Lib Tech's Magne-Traction serrated edge technology increases edge hold, reduces fatigue, and just makes skiing more fun. The light and lively wood core is composed of sustainably harvested wood and is beefed up with fiberglass and an eco-friendly Bio Beans topsheet, creating a damp, tough, and energetic ride. Best of all, these planks are handmade in the Pacific Northwest. Add impact absorbing tips and tails, plus a low swing weight, and you'll be sinking your teeth into every big-mountain jib line you can dream up.
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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 ensures edge control on those less than powdery days. An updated core profile combines Liberty's shock-absorbing bamboo core with poppy poplar for a lively feel. A carefully matched multi-radius sidecut combined with the rocker profile makes for quick and easy turning, while the custom weave E-Glass creates torsional stability to absorb terrain, making any terrain your personal playground.
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Liberty Origin 96 Ski Liberty Origin 96 Ski
From frontside groomers to backcountry lines, the Liberty Origin 96 Ski is up for anything. 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 provide easy initiation and varied turn shapes.
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Line Chronic Ski Line Chronic Ski
Lightweight design meets crap-tons of pop meets bombproof materials in the Line Chronic Ski, but what does that mean for you' Just that you can throw yourself off of everything the park has to offer without getting bogged down, busting gear, or shorting that mandatory gap--that's what Line's getting at when it calls the Chronic its freestyle "O. G. benchmark." The Early Rise rockered tip and tail profile planes up over deep and inconsistent snow when you're chasing hits out of the park, and it won't hook or hang up so turn initiation is earlier and easier. Symmetric Flex allows you to ride forward or switch with equal ease, and ThinTip rocks a thin core in the sidewall and tip, reducing unnecessary weight so your 720s will turn into 900s. Capwall, a combination of cap and sandwich construction, combines the weight savings and responsiveness of cap construction with the edging power of sidewall construction, so you can spin like a top, slither through tight spots, and bounce off features without loosing bite on hardpack and icy runs. 5-Cut sidecut blends five different turning radii into a single sidecut shape for ultimate turn shape versatility, which means easier handling anywhere on the mountain. Line packed the inside of the Chronic with a dank blend of durable maple and hyper-poppy aspen, so you can shred hard and boost to the moon. Line finished it off with a super-speedy sintered base and burly Fatty edges, so you can take all the speed you need into big booters and have the grip to carve hard and set a solid edge.
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Line Honey Badger Ski Line Honey Badger Ski
You might care about the daily mountain conditions, but the Line Honey Badger Ski don't. Built with a burly bamboo core and Line's Carbon Ollieband, these sticks stay blase in the face of rails, jumps, windlips, and wallrides. A slightly thinner core and sidewall in the tip and tail reduces the weight by 100g per pair, meaning your poppiest, spinniest ski dreams have just come true. On top of that, the 4D Fibercap construction cranks durability and responsiveness up and keeps the weight feathery light.At 92mm underfoot, the Honey Badger is a quick and nimble little bugger that can outrun a jackal and hold its own in both the park and all-mountain terrain. Speaking of the park, Line always remembers you'll be trying your level best to "Ski and Destroy," so they equipped this bad Badger with their trademark Fatty Base & Edge. That way you have 30% more thickness to guard your skis from an early death induced by less-than-ideal urban landings, rusty rails, and rogue rocks up at Hood in the summer. Sprinkle in a bit of symmetric flex for equal performance skiing regular or switch, and you'll have so much fun out riding that you forget to stop and eat the king cobra you packed for lunch. Now go smack the shit out of some tree jibs or something, you badass.
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Line Mordecai Ski Line Mordecai Ski
Touting a nimble, buttery, and lightweight construction, the Line Mordecai Ski is the latest installment in Eric Pollard's line of freeride boards with a design that sits somewhere between the Magnum Opus and Sir Francis Bacon. Carving groomers was fun when you were a kid on the race team, but you've since grown out of your GS suit and have come to look at the mountain differently, and the Mordecai is a ski that is more in line with your newly discovered freeski perspective.Sitting wide with a 114mm waist and early rise tip and tail, the Mordecai is capable of floating some of deepest pow stashes you can sniff out, and the moderate camber underfoot, the ski will still hold a solid edge when you're arcing wide turns between drops and wind lips off-piste. Power is key when you're skiing beyond the beater path days after the last storm, so Line threw in sidewalls to put more power to the edges, but kept the tips thin to reduce swing weight when you're throwing threes of pillow lines and buttering off cat tracks. The Mordecai would probably be disowned from the Line family if it didn't have Line's famous Fivecut sidecut, which blends five different radius shapes into one, resulting in a ski that's intuitive and can be turned just about any way you please.It would be a disservice to both the creative mind of Eric Pollard and Line's elite team of engineers if we didn't discuss the Mordecai's construction. The core consists of a lightweight full wood core, which utilized Paulownia wood to keep the ski light, lively, and strong, while layers of fiberglass and P-Tex sidewalls help keep the ski solid and stable when you decide to lay them on edge and go. Line ensures the flex of each ski is consistent both in front and behind your boot, so the feel of the ski remains predicable when you're stomping landings switch, or going into big booters backwards. The short 17m radius makes the Mordecai a playful bird that will float over anything and make short, fun turns down tight...
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Line Pescado Ski Line Pescado Ski
Shaped by the master himself, the Line Pescado Ski is Eric Pollard's pow-surfing masterwork. Eric's been refining the shape and design of the Pescado for years, and he's finally ready to reveal his vision to the powder skiing community. Inspired by directional snowboards and swallow tail surf boards, the Pescado has a directional shape and swallow tail that increases the effective edge while giving the ski an aggressive feel that will carve deeper and float faster than the twin tip skis Line has been producing since its inception.The directional flex consists of a soft tip that floats through deep pow with ease and eases turn initiation when you're slashing quick turns through tight trees and stacked pillows. The stiffer tail delivers a more powerful feel that demands a more active stance, but rewards those willing to the resist the backseat with powerful and stable turns. The early rise tip only enhances the Pescado's powder-surfing prowess while keeping the ski inherently playful in the deepest conditions. And if that wasn't enough, Pollard hooked the Pescado up with Line's Early Taper to reduce trail drag and eliminate hooking in powder. The dimensions of the Pescado translate to one thing: powder skiing. The huge 125mm waist and mega-wide 158mm tip will keep you afloat whether you're slashing blower pow in Japan or skiing the steep and deep at Baker.
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Line Sick Day 102 Ski Line Sick Day 102 Ski
You really want to go to work--what are the TPS reports gonna do without you'--but the doc says you need to take some personal time to rest up, recuperate, and get some pow in your face. To that end, he's prescribing a full course of the Line Sick Day 102 Ski, which is a powder-pushing, groomer-ripping, lift-riding, easy-skinning remedy for the nine-to-five blues. A new addition to the legendary Sick Day lineup, the 102 gives you more float than the 95 but more versatility than the 110, making it the perfect stick for backcountry adventures where you're likely to meet equal parts pow, hardpack, and mank. The Maplelite Macroblock core features strong, powerful maple underfoot to provide stability and edging power and lighter, poppier aspen in the tips and tails to serve up the playful pop that made Line famous (it also cuts down on weight, which makes the Sick Day easier to handle on the way up). Line saved more weight by designing the Sick Day with CapWall construction, which combines a lightweight cap construction with 1/2-height sidewalls. The result is a ski that still edges powerfully but is lighter and flexes more smoothly than a ski with full sidewalls, so you can slither up the skintrack and through tight east-coast trees without feeling like you're going to end up with a faceful of pine needles. The rockered tip and tail also give you the ability to vary turn shapes, scrub speed at the drop of a hat, and float through soft snow, while the Thin Tip reduces flap and vibration and the underfoot camber lets you put down a hard edge when things get dicey. As a final nod to the Sick Day's backcountry jones, Line hooked it up with a notch Snaketail, which makes it easy to slap on skins for the ascent.
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Line Sick Day 110 Ski Line Sick Day 110 Ski
When the allure of untouched powder hits you harder than the stomach bug, reach for the Line Sick Day 110 Ski. After all, it's the only time you'll ever utter the words "fever-inducing" and "110" together. Its versatile design gives you what you need to effortlessly float pow, punch through crud, and rail down groomers with confidence. Furthermore, it boasts a 110mm waist, as well as an Early Rise tip for easy turn initiation and effortless float. And it's designed with Capwall construction, which blends the light and responsive performance of cap construction with the smooth, solid feel of sidewall.Additionally, the 110's widest point of sidecut starts tapering earlier in the tip to reduce tail drag and hooking in powder so you can smoothly munch pow, crud, and soft snow. Line's engineers also gave the 110 a Maplelite Macroblock wood core which has solid maple wood underfoot with lightweight aspen at the tips for durability and reduced swing weight. ThinTip technology also reduces unnecessary weight, and Directional Flex technology varies flex to allow for easy turn initiation while still providing power and stability at speed. And, no ski would be complete without some snazzy final touches, so Line packed in the 5-Cut technology which blends five different sidecut radius shapes into one for intuitive control and infinite turn shapes.
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Line Sick Day 95 Ski Line Sick Day 95 Ski
Built to be your go-to plank, the Line Sick Day 95 Ski is designed with corn slashers, corduroy leaners, and hard chargers in mind. With camber underfoot, you won't lose your grip when you're arcing turns down the groomers, and thanks to that early rise tip and tail, you'll still get that surfy feeling when you're slashing turns through powder stashes. The MapleLite Macroblock core uses maple underfoot so you have a hardy base to fasten your binders to, while aspen in the tip and tail give that extra pop you need when you're boosting off rocks, stumps, and anything else that looks remotely huck-able.Additionally, the Capwall construction gives you the best of both worlds; its capped topsheet keeps the swing weight low and the ski nimble, while sidewalls just above the edge drive power to the edges for a solid and stable feel when you're laying into the turn. Directional flex technology gives the Sick Day a soft tip and stiff tail for more float in powder and easier turn initiation, without the tail washing out on you. Line pioneered five point sidecut, so it's no surprise the Sick Day sports Line's legendary 5-Cut shape, which allows for easy turn initiation and hook-free turning, keeping your lines fast, fluid, and well... sick.
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Line Sick Day Tourist Ski Line Sick Day Tourist Ski
That cough sure came on suddenly, but it cleared up equally quickly, so you might as well make the most of being magically un-bedridden by loading up the Line Sick Day Tourist Ski and venturing up into the mountains as a way of giving thanks to the power of modern medicine, positive thinking, and panacea. The Sick Day packs a traditional Line feel----playful, versatile, and just jibby enough----into a lightweight package, which uses a wood and composite Cloud Core and tapered Thin Tip to reduce weight whether you're on the snow or in the air. The 102mm waist width is right in the sweet spot for serious all-conditions touring, and the CapWall hybrid cap and sidewall construction is lighter than traditional sidewalls but sturdier than a cap, so you can push the Sick Day hard without making it fall ill. The Sick Day Tourist is more of an all-mountain plank than a jib stick, so it has a directional flex and and moderate tip and tail rocker than make high-speed turns and pow slashes more than manageable. Taper in the tip lets you make smooth, hook-free turns in variable and soft conditions, and Line's Fivecut sidecut blends five different sidecut radii to give you the ability to make easy turns of all shapes. Underfoot camber lets you rally hard, and the long effective edge provides serious hold when you lay your boards over for some hardpack hammering.
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Line Soulmate 86 Ski - Women's Line Soulmate 86 Ski - Women's
Soulmates don't come around often, but when they do, you'll know it. If your soul is happiest when you're railing down groomers, launching off cat tracks, and spinning threes right under the lift, then the Line Women's Soulmate 86 Ski will be your soul's winter compadre, without a doubt.The Soulmate is all about having fun (isn't that what skiing's about, anyways) and with an easy-to-turn cap construction that keeps the swing weight low, the Soulmate will keep a smile plastered on your face whether you're getting techy through the trees or finding the funnest wind lips to boost off. The traditional camber profile keeps the ski tight to the surface, without making it feel loosey goosey, squirrely, or unstable on the hardpack. Line kept the Soulmate stiff by integrating two maple stringers through the otherwise playful aspen core, so you don't get spooked when you open them up in the steep stuff. Line changed the industry with its 5-Cut sidecut and the Soulmate maintains that same revolutionary shape that makes them fun and easy to turn. Off-trail exploration is a blast thanks to a directional flex pattern that puts a soft tip at the front of the ski to float through crud and a stiff tail that offers stability and control when you're skiing fast over everything from bumps to scraped-out groomers.
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Line Soulmate 92 Ski - Women's Line Soulmate 92 Ski - Women's
Some people go their whole lives looking for that special somebody, but this is your lucky day, because you just found the Line Soulmate 92 Women's Ski. You'll fall in love with its blend of responsiveness, smoothness, and versatility, and it will be your partner in crime as you venture from groomers to the trees to bigger and more distant lines. Line pressed the Soulmate with a long cambered section for hardpack grip, but finished it off with an early-rise tip and slightly raised to tail to improve soft-snow performance and provide a slightly looser feel in powder, so you're not locked into turns. The 5-Cut sidecut helps you make all types of turns at all kinds of speeds, too, so you never feel bored when you're cruising or scared when you're pushing the envelope. A serious relationship is all about heart, and the Soulmate has lots of it. A blend of maple and aspen give the ski a strong, energetic, and reliable feel, while the tapered ThinTips help reduce vibration and chatter and make it easy to initiate turns in soft and hard snow alike. Line also gave the tips a tapered shape to keep them from hooking up and tossing you in soft snow, and finished the Soulmate off with a lightning-quick sintered base to keep your on-snow relationship moving forward even when the terrain gets a little flat.
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Line Supernatural 100 Ski Line Supernatural 100 Ski
Ever tried to explain to a non-skier why you love skiing' It's pretty easy to steer into weird psuedo-spiritualism, which'll probably just get you the kind of patronizing expression usually reserved for Uncle Jim when he talks about the benefits of his magnetically ionized socks at Christmas dinner. You might as well save your breath, stop evangelizing, and daydream about the Line Supernatural 100 Ski instead. The Supernatural's not a pure pow ski, and it's not a super-jibby park ski, and it's not a one-trick frontside ripper, and that's more than OK because it makes its money in real-life variable conditions or as a do-it-all mountain conqueror. At 100mm underfoot, it falls somewhere between hardpack charger and directional crud-buster, and it uses Line's famous 5-Cut five-dimensional sidecut to serve up virtually unlimited turn shapes, so you can shimmy through trees, blast over crud, and punch it down big, open lines. The Maple Macroblock core combines two rugged maple stringers with quick and poppy aspen, keeping the Supernatural stable at speed, quick in tight spots, and poppy when you're feeling playful. Line was on the forefront of the rocker revolution and was so successful that the Supernatural's Early Rise tip and tail are pretty commonplace these days. The rockered Thin Tip lets you float through pow and cruise over crud without flapping, diving, or sending you over the bars, and the raised tail lets you slash pow turns, dump speed, and ride switch like a boss (although the Supernatural's a fairly directional ski that prefers to ride facing downhill). Elastomer sidewalls finish off the Super's tough Shockwall sandwich construction, and burly 2mm steel edges bite into hardpack and handle the occasional rocky encounter without cracking and leaving you sad, edgeless, and alone.
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Line Supernatural 108 Ski Line Supernatural 108 Ski
Line's been "skiing the wrong way" for 20 years now, which might make you feel a little bit old if you remember the days of skiboarders getting ludicrously rad, but the company's do-it-a-little-differently ethic is still holding strong even as it enters its grown-up years. While the vibe might be off-kilter, the boards are killer, and perhaps none have the float, stability, and quickness of the Supernatural 108 Ski. The Supernatural's not as jibby as many Line skis, but that's OK because it makes its money when things get fast and aggressive. At 108 underfoot, the Supernatural splits the difference between hardpack charger and pow-gobbling monster and uses Line's famous 5-Cut five-dimensional sidecut to serve up virtually unlimited turn shapes, so you can shimmy through trees, blast over crud, and pinch the throttle down big, open lines. The Maple Macroblock core combines two rugged maple stringers with quick and poppy aspen, keeping the Supernatural stable at speed, quick in tight spots, and poppy when you're feeling playful. The core is covered up with a Metal Matrix Titanal laminate to give you some extra oomph and stability. Line was on the forefront of the rocker revolution and was so successful that the Supernatural's Early Rise tip and tail are pretty commonplace these days. The tip lets you float through pow and cruise over crud without diving and sending you over the bars, and the raised tail lets you slash pow turns, dump speed, and ride switch like a boss (although the Supernatural's a fairly directional ski that prefers to ride facing downhill). Elastomer sidewalls finish off the Super's tough Shockwall sandwich construction, and burly 2mm steel edges bite into hardpack and handle the occasional rocky encounter without cracking and leaving you edgeless and alone.
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Line Supernatural 115 Ski Line Supernatural 115 Ski
Once you take the Line Supernatural 115 Ski out on a day with over a foot of fresh powder, you'll realize that it's the only friend a powderhound needs. At 115mm underfoot, this big-mountain monster loves powder about as much as a chubby third grader loves ice cream sundaes. With its freeride-specific shape, the Supernatural maintains a super playful feel and intuitive nature not found on too many big-mountain skis. All this powder talk may lead you to believe that the Supernatural can't perform on hardpack, but that's just not true, and here's why: Line gave this bomber its Maple Macroblock core, which combines two full-length maple stringers surrounded by aspen, giving you the solid stability of maple and the lightweight qualities of aspen as you float through pillowy tree lines and charge into powdery bowls. Not stopping there, Line then gave it a Metal Matrix die-cut titanal laminate. This adds outstanding power to the wood core's buttery-smooth flex, and gives you solid edge hold at speed when you're maching a groomer to get back to that above-the-lift chute that hasn't been open all season. Along the edges, Line's new Shockwall technology provides a full height and length elastomer sidewall to help absorb vibration and shock for a delightfully smooth ride, even if you're shaking in your boots. Early Rise geometry allows for effortless turn initiation and float when you dive off-piste, while Early Taper in the tail reduces tail drag and hooking in powder. Directional Flex means that a softer tip floats and initiates turns like a champ while a stiffer tail provides power, stability, and control at speed.
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Line Supernatural 92 Ski Line Supernatural 92 Ski
Close your eyes and think about Line. Odds are pretty good you imagine progressive tricks, lots of playful riding, and a hearty dose of all things switch. Line's not without a more straightforward side, though, with a practical streak that's jumps out in the Supernatural 92 Ski. True to Line's East Coast roots, the Supernatural has a 92mm width that's at home on hardpack and less-than-perfect snow, and it sports just enough float to handle boot-top pow and spring corn without sending you tumbling. Line's famous 5-Cut five-dimensional sidecut serves up virtually unlimited turn shapes, so you can shimmy through trees, blast over crud, and punch it down groomers without feeling sluggish, squirrely, or locked in to one type of turn. The Maple Macroblock core combines two rugged maple stringers with quick and poppy aspen, keeping the Supernatural stable at speed, quick in tight spots, and poppy when you're feeling playful. Line was among the first to make a rockered ski, and while early-rise tips and tails have taken over the industry, Line's stuck to its guns. The Supernatural has a rockered, flap-reducing Thin Tip that lets you float through soft snow and cruise over crud without diving or sending you over the bars, and the raised tail lets you slash, scrub speed, and ride switch when you feel like it (though the Supernatural's most at home facing down the hill).
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Line Tigersnake Ski Line Tigersnake Ski
A venomous combination of affordability, playfulness, and durability make the Line Tigersnake Ski one of the most deadly all-mountain freestyle skis in the shred kingdom. It rocks plenty of Line's legendary pop with a lively Macroblock wood core and full-length Carbon Ollieband carbon-fiber stringers, and it mixes things up with a superlight 4D Fibercap construction with rockered ThinTips to keep the Tigersnake ridiculously nimble in tight spots and easy to spin, flip, and butter.It's not all about the bounce, though. Line made sure the Tigersnake could handle its business outside of the park by giving it Early Rise rockered tips and tails and underfoot camber to smooth out choppy snow, plane when things get soft, and provide the possibility to hook up turns of all shapes and sizes. Both tips and tails are also designed with Early Taper, which makes it easier to break out of a turn and scrub speed, or to make big, steezy slashes in soft snow. The symmetrical flex lets you ride switch as easily as going forward, so you can stomp switch tricks, ride into takeoffs point uphill, or switch it up off little side hits all the way down the hill.
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Line Tom Wallisch Pro Ski Line Tom Wallisch Pro Ski
Line's Tom Wallisch Pro Ski drops all the sick rails, jumps, bumps, wall rides, and quad kinks that make Tommy one of the best park players out there, so you know it will handle every kicker, jib, and street rail you plan on hitting this season. Tom hooked this ski up with Line's greatest park features, like the Carbon Ollieband that practically pops the ski in the air for you, or CapWall's Maple Macroblock core construction for lively, responsive, and smooth performance. This Pro Ski's unique construction is only second to its innovative profile, which sports an Early Rise at the tip and tail to effortless glide over snow. Both rockered tip and tail feature Line's Early Taper to reduce tail drag for a hook-free feel in the park. The tip and tail are also thinner than the core to reduce swing weight, and the Fatty Base & Edge increase durability and tuning life. Line shaped this sky with a Symmetric Fivecut radius and a Symmetric Flex that let you turn and control the ski intuitively when you're riding switch.
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Moment Belafonte Ski Moment Belafonte Ski
Like the American electorate, Moment's Belafonte Ski doesn't have time for flip-floppers. If you spend time dilly dallying and being scared on top of a hairy line, the Belafonte's liable to take itself off your feet and shred down on its own, leaving you stranded at the top with an embarrassing butt-slide in your near future. If, however, you man up and give 'er, the stiff, directional, and hard-charging Belafonte, your worst enemy is bound to become your new best friend (though, not so applicable to the political state of things). Its straight, aggressive shape and damp construction was inspired by comp skis, so you know it likes to go fast, huck cliffs, and rail powerful turns, but it's been tweaked to make it slightly friendlier at more moderate speeds, so you don't have to be a total maniac to get the most out of it. It all starts with Moment's Triple Camber Front Rocker, which as its name indicates features an early-rise Front Rocker tip to provide float in soft snow, traditional camber underfoot for stability and power in variable junk and on hardpack, and micro-camber sections fore and aft of the binding for insane edge grip when the speeds are eye-watering and the snow quality is questionable. Micro-camber might seem a little weird, but it manages to allow the ski to feel enjoyably loose when the snow's soft when it's not, so you be able to rally all season without swapping out your boards. The tail of the Belafonte's only slightly raised, giving you powerful turn finishing and plenty of stability. Ultimately, the whole package is based on a stout aspen and ash core, which is stiffened with fiberglass laminates and carbon-fiber stringers, outfitted with rugged and powerful UHMW sidewalls, and finished off with rubber-dampened 2. 2mm steel edges and a lightning-quick 1. 2mm Durasurf sintered base. There's a reinforced binding-mount layer under the foot, too, so you won't have to sweat the possibility of ripping out a heelpiece when you're maching down high...
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Moment Exit World Ski Moment Exit World Ski
You're out searching the backcountry for fresh powder to track, so you need a ski capable of schlepping up mountains and ripping it up on the way down. The Moment Exit World Ski is just such a ski. With a paulownia and ash core and the new Low Fat Layup, which utilizes more carbon and lighter fiberglass for reduced weight while maintaining snappy life, the Exit lets you leave the world of resort skiing for the wider world of the backcountry. This lightweight touring beast features freeride dimensions and is built with Moment's Triple Camber Flat Rocker profile. With a rockered tip and tail, a flat section underfoot, and sections of micro camber outside the binding area, this ski will feel solid but playful in variable snow, floaty through powder, and stable when you bust through crud. The Exit World is built to be rugged with tough UHMW sidewalls that make it extremely durable and light. The sandwich construction allows you to lay power into the edges without getting loose or squirrely. With the Exit World ski, you can go out and find that cache of deep, fluffy, and untracked stuff you both crave.
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Moment Ghost Train Ski Moment Ghost Train Ski
People were somewhat skeptical when Moment mind-melded the Ghost Chant and Night Train into one ski, but the results spoke for themselves. And, to say the least, the Ghost Train is equal parts lightweight, stompy, and pow-er-ful. It's still a pure powder-crushing board, thanks to 123mm underfoot with an extended tip and tail rocker to float through the cold smoke and get super slashy. Not to mention, the Ghost Train is outfitted with a Triple Camber profile, which adds a flat underfoot platform and sections of micro-camber fore and aft of the bindings to improve edge grip and hardpack performance without sacrificing float. But, the Ghost Train will still pivot on a dime and give you nine cents change, however it's more controllable when conditions get variable, making it a better backcountry and post-storm board. Moment built the Ghost on an aspen and ash core for a killer combo of pop, durability, and sturdiness, and it laid down multiple layers of fiberglass and carbon fiber to give this fatty extra torsional stiffness--think edge control--and boost-boosting pop. It also increased the stiffness of the tail so you can stomp big airs without riding out like a wheelie-mad stuntman. The sandwich construction gives the ski a burly, stable feel, and UHMW sidewalls direct tons of power to your edges for grip when things get sketchy. Use the Rockwell 48 steel edges to lock it down in variable terrain or slash and surf on the speedy Durasurf base when the blower gets extra blowery, but don't doubt the Ghost Train's cold-smokin', big-hittin', jib-doin' chops.
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Moment Governor Ski Moment Governor Ski
While its name might elicit thoughts of a hairy government showdown or a scandalous bridge closure, the Moment Governor Ski is anything but shrewd or politic. Judicious, maybe, but only if its job description entails overseeing all aspects of big-mountain domination, which is largely successful thanks to a combination of its stout aspen and ash core, relatively flat tail, and big, stable platform. The Governor's also reinforced with triaxial fiberglass laminates and carbon-fiber stringers, which keep it stiff and torsionally rigid, so you can mach through crud and chop, without getting bucked like a novice cowboy on a bad-tempered bull. Admittedly, it's not a ski for the faint of heart, but it'll reward you if you drive it hard and push it to the limit.Moment's a pretty progressive company when it comes to rocker profiles, but the Governor has a fairly traditional shape that's worthy of a mustachioed man of the hour (fluffy toupee, ehh, not so much). With moderate tip rocker, plenty of traditional camber underfoot, and a tail that's relatively flat and stable, the Governor will make short work of chundery, full-speed runouts. It also comes complete with a bomber 116mm waist that'll stomp the rebellious instincts out of deep pow and big-time cliff hucks, so you don't have to worry about the mountain getting a mind of its own. UHMW sidewalls direct tons of power to the rugged 2. 2mm steel edges, and a reinforced binding mounting layer keeps your clamps securely drilled in, so you don't tomahawk down a line because you were getting a little too rad.
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Moment Meridian Ski Moment Meridian 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 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 pine 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. Moment even threw in vibration-damping VDS rubber l..
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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. Multiple 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 Tahoe Ski Moment Tahoe Ski
When the snow conditions are unpredictable, you can't go wrong with the Moment Tahoe 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 sandwich 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 Rockwell 48 steel 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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Moment Vice Ski Moment Vice Ski
Between the casinos and overall close proximity to Las Vegas, it's no surprise that Reno-based Moment Skis crafted up hard-hitting, freewheeling park ski named the Vice. As its do-it-all park ski, the Vice is what you might call the franken-creature of dedicated shredders who have spent plenty of time hitting park jumps, sliding rails, and setting up urban jibs without forgetting how fun it is to rip the rest of the mountain. Moment made the Vice's core with ash, and reinforced it with carbon stringers on the top and bottom to make sure it stayed light and poppy, with enough backbone to power over choppy in-runs and stomp mashed-potato landings. The whole shebang is sandwiched between two layers of triaxial fiberglass, which help keep the ski torsionally stiff, making it a surprisingly good all-mountain tool, and it's topped off with a lightweight and spin-happy semi-cap construction. The 2. 2mm steel edges are overlaid with VDS damping rubber to prevent de-lamming and to ease vibration, and they're hardened to 48 Rockwell to bite into icy takeoffs and stand up to rocks and rails. Don't worry about shorting your next gap, either, because the 1. 2mm Durasurf sintered base is super-fast and holds wax like nobody's business. Like many of Moment's boards, the Vice is built with Mustache Rocker, which has traditional camber underfoot for stability at speed and great edge hold when carving into take-offs, and rocker in the tip and tail for a playful, buttery feel that helps prevent edges from hooking up on rails and boxes, slamming you onto your face. The rocker reduces the Vice's effective edge, making it ski slightly shorter, but Moment made up for this by slimming down the sidecut to lengthen the turn radius, creating a ski that's nimble without being squirrely. It's also easy to ride switch, thanks to a nearly-symmetrical construction.
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Nordica Enforcer Ski Nordica Enforcer Ski
Keeping order on steep slopes is a tough job, but somebody has to do it, and who better than the lawman who's riding the Nordica Enforcer Ski' Whether you're rounding up rustlers on groomers, chasing down scoundrels in the trees, or tearing up pow in pursuit of purloiners, the Enforcer's moderate 100mm waist and quick but stable feel will help you have more fun than any respectable sheriff should, so you can hit the whole mountain hard while maintaining law and order.There's nothing particularly revolutionary about the Enforcer's construction, but there doesn't have to be since it's such a solid ski. Nordica built it with an ash and poplar core that gives it a surprisingly poppy and nimble character, without making it feel flimsy, so you can boost off small lips and little pillows without giving up stability when it's time to hammer through chop. The Energy 2 Titanium construction lays down a Titanal laminate on either side of the core to supply the damp and stable feel that only metal can provide, while full ABS sidewalls prevent the Enforcer from twisting under serious edging forces and flapping around when you're hitting extra-legal speeds.The Enforcer has a pretty traditional shape with traditional camber for solid edge hold, tip rocker for just enough float in pow, and a tiny smidgen of tail rocker to let you get loose in soft snow. It's also cribbed the snubbed low-profile Hammerhead nose from the Patron, so you won't have to deal with excess vibration or a hooky feel in the tip.
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Nordica NRGy 100 Ski Nordica NRGy 100 Ski
A while back, the advent of wide-girthed power skis and twitchy frontside rippers pushed all-mountain skis into the leftover category. Initially, these skis weren't big enough to float effortlessly on deep days or aggressive enough to do well on hardpack. Fortunately, technology caught up to itself, and today all-mountain skis have come into their own as the overachievers on the mountain. Nordica's NRGy 100 makes a glowing representative for the category as a whole; as seriously sick chargers that do a little bit of everything well, the NRGy was bred to excel on the days you can't get a straight answer about what's good at the resort. Nordica builds the NRGy 100 with its All-Mountain CamRock profile, which uses traditional camber underfoot and a rockered tip to combine lay-them-out stability on groomers with playfulness in softer off-piste lines. Solid ABS sidewalls and a Torsion Bridge Titanal laminate eagerly blast through thick crud and refrozen bumps off-piste, while the light and lively I-Core beech wood core surfs and pivots through deeper stuff when Mother Nature surprises you with an afternoon of free refills. Before you assume the Torsion Bridge is just your run-of-the-mill sheet of metal though, listen up. Nordica shaved as much weight as possible from the metal, shaping it to direct powder to the edges without affecting the ski's fore-aft flex. The design works with four (count 'em) prepreg laminates to help the NRGy stand up to aggressive skiing in tough, unkind terrain. With the tapered tail, you can make any sort of turn shape you want, while the rockered tip planes over chunder and deep snow for a smooth all-condition ride. Throw in a speedy sintered UHMW base, and get ready to see why all-mountain no longer means what it used to.
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Nordica NRGy 90 Ski Nordica NRGy 90 Ski
All-mountain used to mean "doesn't really do anything all that well", but skis like the Nordica NRGy 90 have flipped that old state of affairs on its head. Now, all-mountain skis can be counted on to rail groomers, be quick and nimble in the bumps and trees, and handle ankle-deep powder and leftover chunder without blinking. The NRGy's one of the best of the breed, with a versatile 90mm waist and All-Mountain CamRock profile--a moderately rockered tip to go with hardpack-crushing traditional camber underfoot--that'll rally around the whole mountain. Nordica gave it a tapered tail that makes it easy to break out of turns if you're feeling a little bit surfy on a powder day and reinforced the steel edges with rubber sheets to give the NRGy a damp and reliable feel.Of course, a ski's only as good as what's on the inside, which is why Nordica took great care to design the NRGy with a lively wood I-Core Ti core, which features Torsion Bridge technology, a specially machined layer of Titanal that adds plenty of edge-to-edge stiffness while keeping the weight down and maintaining the ski's moderate fore-aft flex. Add in four layers of prepreg laminate, stiff and durable ABS sidewalls, and a quick sintered UHMW base, and you have a ski that's as all-mountain ready as they come.
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Nordica Patron Ski Nordica Patron Ski
Back for another season, Nordica's Patron Ski gets better with each passing year. The secret' Well, Nordica used only the finest ingredients when it crafted the first batch of Patron Skis, so there has been no need to alter the recipe. The Patron is composed of an intoxicating blend of a supple and energetic beech and poplar, stiff but pliable fiberglass, and lightweight carbon fiber that come together to create a ski that slides down the mountain smoother than a fine tequila goes down the gullet.Part of the Patron's success lies on its Powder CamRock profile, which blends edgy low camber underfoot with a loose and floaty rocker in the tip and tail, letting you get up on edge when you need to and pivot and smear when the going gets deep. The Patron's blunt nose increases edge contact and decreases vibration for a smooth, stable ride, and the ABS sidewalls direct plenty of power down into the edges, so you'll be hard-pressed to find the Patron's speed limit. From waist-deep blower to day-old leftovers, the Patron's going to be your new weapon of choice.
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Nordica Soul Rider Ski Nordica Soul Rider Ski
Maybe you've spent most of your life on the groomers, but haven't you ever wondered what lies on the other side of the cat track' What if the snow actually is whiter on the other side of that "experts only" rope' If you're feeling that adventurous jones, click into the Nordic Soul Rider Ski and indulge your off-piste fantasies with a do-it-all 97mm waist, a winning combo of traditional camber underfoot and tip and tail rocker, and a lively wood core sandwiched between layers of fiberglass and carbon fiber laminates. The cambered section of the ski means you can rally hardpack and carve into takeoffs without washing out, while the rockered tip and solid waist give you plenty of float in powder, stability at speed, and the the ability to lay down smooth, easy turns in all types of snow. Nordica built the Soul Rider on a light, durable, and energetic wood core to keep it light and nimble, but laid down multiple layers of fiberglass and prepreg carbon fiber to provide plenty of backbone when you're charging like an angry rhino. The ABS sidewalls bring plenty of edging power to the party, and the UHMW base and steel edges keep you moving like greased lightning and turning comfortably on icy hardpack, chundery leftovers, and perfect corduroy.
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Renoun Endurance Ski Renoun Endurance Ski
Renoun's flagship ski, the Endurance is a mid-fat board with a fun and playful profile that will rail down groomers, slash turns off piste, and float the occasional boot-top powder. Made with Renoun's Hyper Dampening Technology, the Endurance incorporates eight inlays of Renoun's non-Newtonian polymer, which allows the ski to absorb chatter more efficiently, giving the ski its damp and stable nature that's fun, fast, and a blast on everything from frontside groomers to backside bowls.The versatile 98mm waist works with the tip and tail rocker to give the Endurance a super-nimble feel that rolls almost effortlessly from edge to edge. A wide shovel (121mm) gives the ski some extra float when you do venture off piste, while the rockered tail lets you scrub speed quick through the trees and slash turns through pow. Renoun may have given the Endurance a design that leans heavily towards the freeride side of things, but it's still a hard-charging board that's a blast on groomers thanks to traditional camber underfoot, carbon fiber laminates, and full-length UHMW sidewalls, which efficiently drive power to the edges for increased control and a more solid, confidence-inspiring feel once you lay the skis on edge.
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Renoun Z-90 Ski Renoun Z-90 Ski
It's safe to say the ski industry is pretty much saturated with new shapes and designs to give powder skis more float, big mountain boards more power, and freeride planks more pop. But when it comes to more traditional frontside carving skis, the last truly game-changing innovation we've seen would have to be the monoski, and we all know how that went. All jokes aside, Renoun's Z-90 Ski is shaking things up a bit with the advent of Hyper Dampening Technology (or HDT), which basically consists of a polymer material that's inlaid in the maple wood core to absorb vibration, giving the ski an incredibly damp and stable feel on the mountain.Its 90mm waist, early rise tip, and slightly raised tail make the Z-90 a nimble beast, while plenty of camber underfoot and sheets of titanal and carbon laid over a maple wood core ensure the Z-90 has that stiff, yet damp feel hard-charging carvers love and makes finding the max speed on the ski difficult to find. Full-length UHMW sidewalls drive power to the 1. 8-mill hardened steel edges, adding the ski's already stable and powerful feel. The addition of an early rise tip makes turn initiation a breeze, while the barely raised tail prevents hooking without making the ski feel washy coming out of a tight turn.
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Rossignol Experience 100 Ski Rossignol Experience 100 Ski
There are many good reasons why the Experience 100 Ski is Rossignol's award-winning, all-mountain slayer for literally every snow condition at the resort. Its versatile 100mm waist width handles powder and groomers with equal prowess. Rossignol's Auto Turn Rocker profile shapes this ski with camber under foot and slight rocker in the tip to balance power, energy, and edge grip with easier steering and speed control in deeper snow. Rossignol also designed the Experience with extended sidecut to ensure confident carving at high speeds. The extended sidecut also eases maneuverability at low speeds, so you can carve tight turns in the slow zones. The ski's Minicap Sandwich Laminate construction consists of poppy poplar and a stiff Carbon Alloy Matrix to ensure power, balanced stability, and edge grip. Like all Rossignol's popular skis, the Experience features a light, honeycomb Air Tip for effortless turn initiation, maneuverability, and natural flotation.
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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 Minicap sandwich construction, which combines a lightweight cap design with 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 minicap sandwich construction, which blends traditional rugged sidewalls with a lightweight cap to provide a killer combination of grip and lightness, 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 Sky 7 HD Ski Rossignol Sky 7 HD Ski
While making out with Rossignol's Sky 7 HD Ski may appear awkward to all the other skiers on the chairlift, it certainly is an understandable expression to anyone who's ever ridden this incredibly versatile ski. Originally called the Sin in the ever-popular 7 Series, Rossignol most likely changed this ski's name to Sky because, well, the sky's the limit when it comes to this freerider. Big enough for boot-top powder, skinny enough for groomers, and maneuverable enough to explore tight tree lines, the Sky 7 HD truly excels wherever you choose to grace your ski skills that day. The Sky 7 gleans its versatility from a 95mm waist width that's not too fat to handle hardpack days, or too skinny to float over powder; it sits right in the middle of powdery beefiness and speedy skinniness. Its Powder Turn Rocker certainly enhances this ski's versatility, with camber underfoot to rail turns on frontside groomers and a rockered tip and tail to navigate the soft stuff. Rossignol built this beauty with a light paulownia wood core to save your legs the weight on those bell-to-bell days, and Rossignol added its new Carbon Alloy Matrix--a weave of carbon with basalt--to add an exceptional amount of stiffness to ensure an aggressive ride. Like all Rossignol's best-sellers, the Sky features a honeycombed Air Tip to prevent the ski from nose-diving into powder, and the Free VAS technology keeps the chatter to a minimum when you're cruising speeds.
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Rossignol Slat Ski Rossignol Slat Ski
When you're getting twisted in the park, you'd better not be dropping in on some burly, big-mountain board or carve-happy frontside ski. It's much better bet to click into the Rossignol Slat Ski before you line up those big park and pipe hits, because its extra-poppy poplar core and spin-happy tip that will help you boost like a legend and spin like a top. The Slat is the biggest ski in Rossignol's park quiver, with a 97mm waist that can rally off-piste as well as on and an Auto Turn Rocker profile that has camber underfoot for no-nonsense edge grip when you're carving into takeoffs and low-profile tip and tail rocker to simplify the occasional powder trip. It also features rounded tips to eat up switch riding and steep trannies. While the Slat isn't the lightest ski on the mountain, it might be one of the burliest, courtesy of a Mini-Cap sandwich construction that combines rugged, edgy sidewalls with a lightweight cap construction. Rossignol also hooked it up with an extended sidecut that increases edge hold as you increase speed, so you can pivot, slide, and butter at low speeds without giving up power and control as you ramp things up. If you're looking to own the park, the Slat willl always be there for you.
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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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Rossignol Soul 7 HD Ski Rossignol Soul 7 HD Ski
Most everyone fancies themselves a big-time freerider these days, and while these folks are busy chasing glory, making POV edits, and telling everyone at the bar how rad they are, there are plenty more skiers who are more worried about seeking out soft stashes and secret tree lines. Rossignol's Soul 7 Ski isn't the biggest, burliest, or hard-chargingest ski out there, but it's the perfect tool for skiers who like to ski hard all over the mountain, and are more worried about having fun and skiing well than going Mach 7 and stomping 60 footers. Rossi's 7 Series has been around for years now, starting with the game-changing S7, and the Soul 7 keeps things pretty true to the "fun-shaped" heritage of that ski. The Super 7 and Squad 7 are bigger and burlier, but the Soul 7's 106mm width and versatile Power Turn Rocker help it conquer any type of snow and all types of terrain, from deep blower to leftover crud to wind-buffed cream cheese to groomers. Power Turn's large amount of tip splay smooths out rough snow and helps you float through the deep, and camber underfoot provides plenty of stability and edge grip when you're pinching the throttle on the way back to the lift. Rossignol also incorporated its honeycomb Air Tip technology, which lightens the tip to reduce the chatter and flap of old-school tip rocker and lowers swing weight to keep the Soul 7 nimble through tight trees and in the air. By building the core out of lightweight Paulownia wood, Rossignol kept the Soul 7 quick and maneuverable, and reduced the weight to make it more backcountry friendly. The new Soul also has a slightly more squared-off tail, which allows easier skin attachment. Vertical sidewalls are also new on this year's Soul 7, which give the ski a bit more edging power and a more hard-charging look. And, while it's nice and light, the race-inspired Carbon Alloy Matrix in the core keeps things stiff enough to charge when you're feeling aggressive.
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Rossignol Storm Ski Rossignol Storm Ski
Skiing isn't always about nipple-deep pow days and faceshots, so when the crowds are gone and park is cleared, reach for your Rossignol Storm Skis and make it rain. This ski keeps it real with full high camber for high-speed turns and confident edge hold in icy half-pipes, along with a versatile 92mm waist that provides a wide enough platform for all-mountain carving without giving up its spin-happy feel. Minicap Sandwich construction reduces swing weight without sacrificing durability, strength, or edge hold, and the Jib Tip technology gives the tips and tails a more rounded design for smoother transitions and easier switch skiing. Built specifically for the park, the Storm is durable enough to handle icy half-pipes, boxes, rails, and repeated stompings on transitions. Rossi employed a reinforced topsheet for more durability and angled the sidewalls to 30 degrees to increase shock absorption and enhance stability. The poplar core adds longevity but keeps the Storm lively enough to boost to the moon, and extended sidecut improves your edge hold at high speeds so you're always the first one back to the chairlift.
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Rossignol Super 7 HD Ski Rossignol Super 7 HD Ski
The endless succession of floppy, boring powder skis is enough to lull you to sleep instead of psych you up for serious shredding, but the lively, strong, and high-powered Rossignol Super 7 HD Ski is a giant WAKE UP slap right across your dozy mug. The latest offering in the game-changing 7 Series, the Super 7 is revamped from last year and ready to lay down huge pow slashes, stomp cliffs, and rally though chunder like it's late for something.Rossignol's original S7 pioneered the "fun shaped" powder ski and set the standard for friendly powder skis, and while its influence is still there in the Super 7's slight pintail and gently tapered tip, the Super is a different, more aggressive beast than its forebear. The S7's easiness made it feel noodly when you drove it hard, but the Super's light and snappy paulownia wood core is beefed up with Carbon Alloy Matrix, which give it a stiffness and torsional stability that beg to be driven hard, not gently shimmied through mellow trees. Rossignol's Minicap Sandwich construction combines the stiffness and edginess of sidewalls with the smooth-turning and lightweight properties of a cap, so the Super 7 feels like a beefy sidewall ski when you're pushing it through crud and down big lines, but it moves with the agility and ease of a capped board when you're zippering tight tree lines or ripping soft post-storm bumps.Tip and tail rocker combined with underfoot camber isn't exactly groundbreaking these days, but it doesn't have to be because it works so damn well. Rossignol pressed the Super 7 into a profile it calls Powder Turn rocker, which features a section of reasonably mellow camber underfoot for hardpack performance and pop, along with rockered sections in the tip and tail that let you slash big turns, powerslide when you want to, and generally make short work of deep, soft snow. To fix the tip chatter that plagues many rockered skis, Rossignol incorporated a honeycomb material into the Air Tip to reduce mass and vibra...
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Rossignol Super 7 RD Ski Rossignol Super 7 RD Ski
The endless succession of floppy, boring powder skis is enough to lull you to sleep instead of psych you up for serious shredding, but the lively, strong, and high-powered Rossignol Super 7 RD Ski is a giant WAKE UP slap right across your dozy mug. The latest offering in the game-changing 7 Series, the Super 7 is revamped from last year and ready to lay down huge pow slashes, stomp cliffs, and rally though chunder like it's late for something. This RD version slightly differs from the ever-popular HD models, in that Rossignol constructed it with a more durable Race Department Construction to ensure long-lasting durability for skiers who prefer more fast-driven pursuits.Rossignol's original S7 pioneered the "fun shaped" powder ski and set the standard for friendly powder skis, and while its influence is still there in the Super 7's slight pintail and gently tapered tip, the Super is a different, more aggressive beast than its forebear. The S7's easiness made it feel noodly when you drove it hard, but the Super's light and snappy paulownia wood core is beefed up with a Carbon Alloy Matrix, which give it a stiffness and torsional stability that beg to be driven hard, not gently shimmied through mellow trees.Tip and tail rocker combined with underfoot camber isn't exactly groundbreaking these days, but it doesn't have to be because it works so damn well. Rossignol pressed the Super 7 into a profile it calls Powder Turn rocker, which features a section of reasonably mellow camber underfoot for hardpack performance and pop, along with rockered sections in the tip and tail that let you slash big turns, powerslide when you want to, and generally make short work of deep, soft snow. To fix the tip chatter that plagues many rockered skis, Rossignol incorporated a honeycomb material into the Air Tip to reduce mass and vibration and even included a VAS dampening layer to give the Super 7 a smooth, predictable feel when you're pushing the speed limit.
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Salomon NFX Ski Salomon NFX Ski
Think gravity's overrated' So does the Salomon NFX Ski, which would rather just stay in the air indefinitely. Of course, no matter how much you want to boost, you'll have to come back to Earth eventually, which is why the NFX has been hooked up with Pulse Pad Pro rubber shock absorbers in the tip, tail, and binding area to take the sting out of hard landings and add some durability to the poppy wood core. The full camber construction adds additional pop, provides a solid platform for stomping, and lets you really drive the XL edges into hard takeoffs and icy jumps. Salomon hooked the NFX up with some more park-specific technologies, too, starting with a Jib Tech base that combines harder and more durable sections with faster material in key sections to give you the ability to slide rails and mob into jumps without worrying about dinging your bases or coming up short. The twin tip shape lets you ride switch like it's no big deal, and the sandwich construction and ABS sidewalls give the NFX all the durability and edging power that you need to get as rad as gravitationally possible.
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Salomon QST 106 Ski Salomon QST 106 Ski
Like you, Salomon's QST 106 Ski craves those deep powdery mornings, yet it can still handle its own when you're forced to ride on-piste because everything's tracked out. Given its 106mm waist width, this QST undoubtedly hovers over the sweet soft stuff with ease, and a Twin Rocker profile only enhances performance down untracked goodness. Expect a playful pivot and surf-like feel when you turn down the steep and deep. Unfortunately all good things must end, and just like the inevitable changing of each season, a massive powder dump is bound to bring hordes of skiers to the resort, which indubitably changes the softest terrain into tracked hardpack faster than you can look up the definition of "indubitably." Fortunately for you, the QST 106 Ski still thrives on firmer snow with its inverted 3D wood core that filters vibration and optimizes stability when you're speeding down the mountain. The CFX carbon superfiber laminate and Koroyd honeycomb inserts at the tip and tail also increase dampening, while the power platform underfoot enhances your edging on hardpack. The ski's full sandwich sidewall 360 degree construction directs power to the edges for increased stability so you can ski with power and fluidity, regardless of conditions.
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Salomon QST 118 Ski Salomon QST 118 Ski
There are two things in this world that make you drool: bottomless pow and jelly-filled powdered doughnuts. While the latter is certainly nice from time to time, bottomless pow is your true vice, and the Salomon QST 118 Ski is the cup of black coffee you choose to wash down those steep powder-filled lines that leave your face plastered with pure powdery goodness.The QST 118 is a new offering from Salomon and comes loaded with all the big-mountain performance you need to step up to big lines in deep conditions. The wide 118mm waist provides float when your home range is pounded with back-to-back storms, and Salomon's Twin Rocker profile puts a generous dose of rocker in the tip and tail to give this ski a playful, surfy feel when you're sessioning deep tree lines and dropping into steep pillow lines. Full ABS sidewalls drive power to the edges when you lay the QST on edge for a secure and stable feel when you're arcing GS-style turns back to the base, and the tail insert--a lightweight layup of honeycomb material, Koroyd, and ABS plastic--reduces weight, increases float, and reduces that floppy tail feel rockered skis have to give the QST a damp, flop-free feel in the tail. To keep the QST relatively light and stiff, Salomon threw in a prepreg carbon and flax layup to enhance stability, absorb vibrations, and help enhance the ski's dampening qualities.
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Salomon QST 85 Ski Salomon QST 85 Ski
Salomon's speedy QST 85 Ski cruises down fresh groomers before lunch and obliterates your favorite off-piste lines in the afternoon. A skinny waist width of 85mm means this ski has a tight turn radius so you can carve groomers like a champ. The QST's All-Terrain Rocker includes a gradual rockered tip that deflects chop, and the rest of the ski is cambered for solid edge control on firm snow.The QST also styles Salomon's semi-sandwich Spaceframe 3. 0 AMB construction to provide superior ski-to-snow contact on and off piste. Its wood core extends down to the tail in order to reduce vibration when you're at top speeds, and the Power Platform provides maximum power underfoot and increased edge control on hard snow. The Hook Free Taper consists of a five point sidecut for enhanced quickness and agility through trees and skiers sitting where they shouldn't be.
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Salomon QST 92 Ski Salomon QST 92 Ski
If the last few winters have taught you anything, it's that it can't be a powder day everyday. So when you need a ski that will handle variable conditions all over the mountain, turn to Salomon's QST 92 Ski to take care of your day-to-day needs. With a 92mm waist width, this all-mountain slayer cuts crud and chop so you can make the most of any condition, and its All-Terrain Rocker 2. 0 profile lives up to its all-terrain status, with camber underfoot to ensure excellent edge grip on firm snow and a rockered tip that navigates the occasional soft stuff with ease.Salomon's Spaceframe 3. 0 AMB construction starts with an inverted 3D wood core that filters vibration for optimized stability when you're speeding down the mountain. The CFX carbon superfiber laminate and Koroyd honeycomb tip also increases dampening, while the power platform underfoot enhances edging on hardpack. No matter what you're riding, the ski's full sidewalls ensures a stable turning feel and durable construction.
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Salomon QST 99 Ski Salomon QST 99 Ski
Your search for the ideal one-ski quiver ends at Salomon's QST 99 Ski, an all-mountain slayer that skis freshies and hardpack with equal prowess. With a 99mm waist, this ski rides morning pow, afternoon chop, and a little icy delight for evening desert. Its All-Terrain Rocker 2. 0 profile lives up to its all-terrain status, with a camber underfoot that ensures excellent edge grip on firm snow and a rockered tip that navigates soft stuff with ease.Salomon's Spaceframe 3. 0 AMB construction starts with an inverted 3D wood core that filters vibration and optimized stability when you're speeding down the mountain. The CFX carbon superfiber laminate and Koroyd honeycomb tip also increases dampening, while the power platform underfoot enhances your edging on hardpack. No matter what you're riding, the ski's sandwich construction with 360-degree sidewalls increases increase durability and drive powder to the edges for a stable, powerful feel.
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Salomon Rocker2 100 Ski Salomon Rocker2 100 Ski
The Rocker2 100 Skis are the most versatile option in Salomon's Rocker2 lineup, and they're the fabled, do-it-all boards that everyone's been waiting for. Like all the Rocker2s, the 100s have a light and lively wood core and are built with Salomon's now classic Twin Rocker profile, which combines low camber underfoot with rocker in the tip and tail for a ride that's edgy when you need it and surfy when you want it.The more you roll the Rocker2s over, the harder the edge will engage, so look out groomers and park jumps, but if you keep them relatively flat, the tips and tails will float and surf through softer snow, giving you the loose, smeary powder performance of a more powder-specific ski. This is partly due to their Hook-Free Taper, which moves the ski's widest points towards the middle for smooth turn initiation, as well as the ability to break your tips and tails out of a turn for that loose, surfy feel that pow skiers love. Loose and surfy doesn't mean wimpy, though, as the Rocker2s are built with a rugged sandwich sidewall construction that'll direct plenty of power to the edges and stand up to the occasional rock, rail, or root hit.
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Salomon TNT Ski Salomon TNT Ski
Drop Salomon's TNT Ski into the pipe, throw it into some techy trees, or blast it down some groomers. It might be named after a blunt instrument, but the TNT's an all-mountain scalpel that's perfect for teenagers or lighter riders looking for a ski that can make short work of everything the mountain has to offer. Traditional camber underfoot gives the TNT plenty of pop, helps you rail turns, and lets you carve into takeoffs, while the lightweight wood core holds the swing weight down for easy spinning and keeps the flex manageable for skiers who don't weigh as much as an East German wrestler. Even though it's light and nimble, the TNT can rip. Salomon covered up the wood core with a Titanal laminate, which adds plenty of backbone for high-speed skiing, and it finished the ski with an Edgy Monocoque cap construction, which combines weight savings with torsional rigidity for reliable edging and powerful turns. The steel edges bite into hardpack, and their XL burliness can stand up to rocks, rails, and urban shenanigans.
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Salomon X-Drive 8.8 FS Ski Salomon X-Drive 8.8 FS Ski
Frontside ninjas who love a ski that can carve like it's on rails but don't want to give up off-piste performance need not look any further than the Salomon X-Drive 8. 8 FS Ski. It's built on a ridiculously versatile 88mm waist, so you'll have enough of a platform for some occasional boot-top powder and crud while maintaining the edge-to-edge quickness you want in a carving ski, and it's All-Terrain Rocker 2. 0 combines traditional camber with a moderately rockered tip to give you nimbleness in soft snow and tons of edge contact when it's time to lay your skis over and go. The tip also uses Salomon's Honeycomb technology, which reduces vibration and gives you a smooth ride in choppy conditions.If you're going to be stacking up the G forces, your ski better have a solid backbone. Salomon threw a whole bunch of tech at the X-Chassis to make it strong, powerful, and torsionally stiff, starting with the classic sidewall construction and energetic wood core that's overlaid with a burly sheet of Basalt for increased dampening. Next, it integrates a composite-fiber RKS rocker stabilization technology at the tip for powerful, consistent turn initiation. All of this gives the X-Chassis the ability to charge as hard as you want it to while still handling soft snow like a softer, less aggressive ski.
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Salomon X-Max X12 Ski Plus XT12 TI Binding Salomon X-Max X12 Ski Plus XT12 TI Binding
Salomon's X-Max X12 Ski Plus XT12 TI Binding isn't for the faint of heart. This hard-charging front-side ski comes to the mountain with a stiff flex and power-first design that loves to arc high-speed turns down steep groomers and straightline moderate blues at cheek-flapping speeds. Salomon built this ski with all the necessary ingredients to make it stiff, responsive, and solid underfoot when you're really opening things up. The full-length Powerframe+ technology consists of two layers of titanium and a single layer of lightweight carbon, which give the ski a torsionally stiff feel that advanced skiers will love.Since groomers are usually only perfectly smooth for those first few runs of the day, Salomon inserted a layer of rubber along the edges to dampen vibration when you're still blasting down the frontside after it's been chopped up. The sandwich construction with ABS sidewalls directs energy to the edges to enhance stability and power as you lay the skis on edge, and a generous dose of camber underfoot lets you carve these skis like they're on rails. All this talk of power and stiffness may deter the more casual skier, but the slightly raised tip and tail help give this otherwise aggressive ski a forgiving, easier-to-turn feel intermediate skiers will appreciate. And if that wasn't enough, Salomon added a lightweight honeycomb tip to reduce weight and increase float when skiing chopped crud and bumpy groomers.
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Scott Black Majic Ski Scott Black Majic Ski
You don't have to sell your soul to be the best skier on the mountain; just click into the Scott Black Majic Ski and let their seemingly supernatural powers take over from there. With an early rise tip, camber underfoot, and a sidecut that drastically improves edge hold while giving the ski an easy-pivoting feel, it's easy to see why some might consider the Black Majic's easy skiing ways as nothing short of mystifying. But let us reveal the Black Majic's secrets for you, so you can go ahead and let everyone know how sick they are when they're asking about them on the chairlift.The Black Majic's profile and sidecut shine on piste thanks to traditional camber underfoot and an early rise tip that makes turn initiation a breeze. Their sandwich construction consists of a full-length wood core with sheets of titanal above and below to keep the ski stiff and stable at speed. Featuring a tightened-up turn radius and Scott's 3Dimension sidecut, you can deliver more power to the edges for better edge control when you're carving down the frontside. A narrow 78mm waist switches from edge to edge with little to no effort and will easily handle everything from East Coast ice to buttery corduroy.
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Scott Punisher 110 Ski Scott Punisher 110 Ski
A foot of fresh powder' Nothing but crud left after the storm' Or, maybe the only decent turns to be had will be on the groomers. Ahh, who are you kidding' It doesn't really matter, because the Scott Punisher 110 Ski is the only ski you want to ski. Designed with versatility in mind, the Punisher has been praised by magazines and testers alike for its crud-busting performance and all-mountain versatility.The Punisher has a heavily rockered tip and a wide shovel that likes to blast through chop and float powder, but with camber underfoot and just a slightly rockered tail, the Punisher is still plenty stable for those days when hardpack and frontside groomers are about all there is to turn on. The Punisher is made with a sandwich sidewall construction, which puts a full-length wood core throughout the ski with braided laminates above and below the core to keep the ski torsionally stiff. Combine the full-length sidewalls, which direct power directly to the edges, with a nimble, precise sidecut, and you get a ski that has excellent edge control, power underfoot, and the ability to point and pivot as needed.
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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 Sage Ski Scott Sage Ski
While the deer and the antelope head down to lower elevations to play (and survive the winter), you and the Scott Sage Ski (formerly the Sagebrush) can venture up into the mountains to rally groomers, rip powder, and zip through tight trees. As the widest stick in Scott's Sun Valley Collection, the Sagebrush is designed to do it all and features Pro-Tip 320 tip rocker to help the ski plane through boot-top blower and cruise over day-old chop without diving in and sending you tail over teakettle. A solid amount of camber underfoot and a relatively flat tail allows the Sage to hold a solid edge on hardpack and finish turns with powerful precision, and the Sagebrush's 3Dimension sidecut helps you make smooth turns in soft snow, chunder, and on groomers. Quickness and energy are supplied in spades by the full-length wood core, and Scott's factory finish base ensures that the Sagebrush is ready to ride right out of the box, so there won't be any waiting before you hit the hill.
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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 The Ski Scott The Ski
With graphics reminiscent of the classic '70s mogul ski known as "The Ski", Scott's The Ski gives a head-nod to the company's old-school Sun Valley roots, but with all the modern bells and whistles to charge the frontside from first to last chair.The rockered tip makes for a playful and responsive feel, while camber underfoot gives The Ski the ability to carve with scalpel-like precision down hardpack. This year, Scott tightened up the turn radius just a hair to 18m, and with the unique 3Dimensional sidecut, The Ski offers more stability, agility, power, and edge hold than ever. Featuring a full-ski-length wood core with titanal sheets above and below, the elliptical sandwich construction provides increased torsional stiffness and unmatched flex. The Ski will handle everything from soft corduroy to iced-over bumps with ease making these a great all-mountain ski for the dedicated frontside ripper.
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Volkl 100Eight Ski Volkl 100Eight Ski
Volkl's brand spanking new 100Eight Ski doesn't look a whole lot like most other skis in the all-mountain freeride category. Sure, it has a 108mm waist that's comfortable mobbing through powder, blasting through chop, and dicing up sections of hardpack, but the rest of the ski isn't really what you'd consider traditional. For starters, it's fully rockered--you read that right--which isn't something that generally says, "all-mountain crusher." It also features a full sidewall construction 3D Ridge design, which isn't found anywhere outside of Volkl's lineup. OK, how does a fully rockered shape work for a ski that's designed to do it all' By being combined with a host of other design features, that's how. While the rocker helps the 100Eight float through pow, smooth out choppy snow, and make short work of wet 'n' heavy mank, the sidewall construction employs a strong, energetic, and torsion-resistant carbon stringer that allows you to put plenty of power into the ski's edges without worrying that they'll be flimsy or unstable. The full sidewall is wrapped around a multi-layer wood core, which features burly ash underfoot for stability and edging power and springy poplar towards the tips and tails for a lively, quick, and energetic feel that helps you scoot through tight trees, pop off terrain features, and open it up when the mountain allows. The core construction is also designed to work with Volkl's new 3D Ridge construction. Basically, Volkl created a raised center section fore and aft of the binding and tapered it dramatically towards the edges, which gives the ski unreal edge-to-edge quickness and smooth flex without adding weight or sacrificing stability. Combined with the moderate taper found in the tips and tails, 3D Ridge gives the 100Eight a ridiculously smooth and predictable feel in soft snow, on hardpack, and in evverything in between, so you can push your speed limit without feeling like your tips are going to fold up or catch and send you flying.
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Volkl 90Eight Ski Volkl 90Eight Ski
You've heard of skis that do it all, but experience has taught you that few skis are able do it all--make a ski too wide and it'll carve groomers about as good as a couple of two by fours--make it too narrow and you might as well have a couple of toothpicks strapped to your feet when it dumps a foot of snow. The Volkl 90Eight Ski is a true all-mountain thrasher with a mid-fat waist that will float a bit of boot-top pow, devour bumps, carve groomers like a Christmas goose, and make short work of spring-time slush. Volkl updated this season's model with an ultralight carbon stringer for enhanced torsional stiffness.Like the more big mountain-minded 100Eight, the 90Eight features Volkl's 3D Ridge construction, which brings the bulk of material to the center of the ski, resulting in reduced swing weight, without sacrificing the ski's dampness and stability at speed. The early taper sidecut eases turn initiation for an easy, playful feel when you're hunting pow stashes or making tight turns down technical chutes. Volkl's multi-layer wood core makes up the character and flex of the ski, which, since its a Volkl, is inherently stable at speed with plenty of power to bust through crud, without breaking a sweat. So when you're ready to kill your quiver and ski day in and day out on one pair of boards, step into the Volkl 90Eight and crush it all with confidence.
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Volkl Code Speedwall L UVO Ski with rMotion2 12.0 D Code Green Binding Volkl Code Speedwall L UVO Ski with rMotion2 12.0 D Code Green Binding
If you have one thing on your mind--carving up the frontside of the mountain--you probably have the Volkl Code Speedwall L UVO Ski with the rMotion 12. 0 D Code Green Binding dancing in your dreams, even if you don't know it. With traditional camber underfoot, a layer of titanium, and a Speedwall 2. 0 reinforced core, the Code is designed to be put on edge and cruise the groomers from the first bell to the last. The Speedwall 2. 0 core, which utilizes hard wood by the edges and softer wood underfoot, gives the Code a powerful and grippy feel while remaining light and maneuverable. It also has a fairly deep sidecut, letting you rail powerful groomer turns without having to be overly aggressive.The Code also has a few tricks up its sleeve. First, it's been constructed with a rockered tip and tail, which makes it easier to initiate turns and ride over uneven surfaces, and it gives you the ability to release from a turn at a moment's notice, so you never feel locked into a carve that's taking you right into a stand of trees. It also uses Volkl's UVO vibration-dampening system, which uses a free-floating counterbalance in the tip to counter 360 degrees of vibration, giving you a smooth, silky ride even when you're mobbing through rough snow.Volkl also equipped the Code with the rMotion2 12. 0 D binding, giving you a package that's ready to ride as soon as it hits your doorstep. With a footprint that's nearly as wide as the ski, it provides excellent power transmission to your edges, and comes with a DIN that ranges from 4-12, so it'll work for almost all skiers.
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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 Kink Ski Volkl Kink Ski
There's no need to tell everyone what sort of sordid activities you get into up on the mountain, but they'll know just how gnarly you really are when they see you're riding the Volkl Kink Ski. A directional twin that's designed to do unrepeatable things to jumps, rails, pipe walls, hardpack, and soft snow, the Kink has traditional camber underfoot for solid edge grip, along with rocker in the tip and tail to smooth out bumpy conditions, float through a bit of fresh pow, and make turning buttery smooth.Volkl knows that a ski spending the majority of its time in the park needs to be tough, so it designed the Kink with a multi-layer wood core, which features a solid layer of ash underfoot for power and binding retention, as well as light and snappy poplar in the tip and tail for a fun, lively ride that makes the ski easy to boost, butter, and pop onto rails. The core's been topped off with a carbon stringer for increased torsional stiffness and edging power, making it bold enough to straightline, without feeling like you're going to yard sale your whole set up. Combine that stiff feel with the 89mm waist, and you have a ski that can rally the park, spank tree lines with ease, and whip down groomers, without thinking twice.
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Volkl Ledge Ski Volkl Ledge Ski
Enlightenment traditionally arrives after years of meditation, but it can also happen when you're floating through the air, 700 degrees into a switch 900, on Volkl's Ledge park ski. Strong, thanks to Volkl's full sidewall construction, but light like feather due to the ash and poplar Multi-Layer core, this jib stick annihilates the park and pipe with smooth, zen-like spins and landings gentler than a Bodhisattva. There's a harder layer of dense ash underfoot for stiffness and binding retention, but supple, poppy poplar wood in the tip and tail to give the Ledge a fun and buttery feel. Camber underfoot lets you carve into icy takeoffs, rockered tips and tails make for smooth and catch-free turn initiation, and the symmetrical twin tip makes riding switch as easy as going frontwards. Softer and easier to handle than its big brother the Step, the Ledge is a killer plank for park riders who are taking their first steps on the road towards freeskiing nirvana.
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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 One Ski Volkl One Ski
When you use a little imagination, it's tough not to think of the Volkl One Ski as your beefy, bull-brained bodyguard whose girthy waist and point-and-shoot attitude not only inspire confidence in your big mountain aspirations, but ensure you're up to snuff in terms of performance too. Moreover, the One Ski has a fairly chunky waist coming in hot at 116mm, making it ideal for power-lunching through powder. Also, it boasts a strong poplar and ash core, torsion box wrap, and fiberglass reinforcements that add up to quickness, stability, and all-terrain power. And while the One is a soft-snow ski at heart (typical bodyguard bluff), its full rocker lets you slash and slarve giant, loose turns. However, the Power Tough Box construction keeps the ski stiff, so you can rail hardpack turns like you're on a much narrower plank. A large-radius sidecut means you'll be stable as a table, with none of the high-speed twitchiness that can sometimes plague rockered skis, and the vertical sidewalls make sure the ski doesn't twist or feel squirrely when you're putting it through its paces. The One's tapered tip and tail let you make smooth, catch-free turns in soft snow and on hardpack, too, so you can take it through perfect pow, windbuff, chunder, and hardpack without batting an eyelash.
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Volkl RTM 84 UVO Ski with iPT Wide Ride XL 12.0 D Binding Volkl RTM 84 UVO Ski with iPT Wide Ride XL 12.0 D 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 UVO 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, and mounted the tip with a UVO vibration dampening mechanism, which actually pendulums back and forth to counteract vibration and give you a buttery smooth ride. There won't be any fussing around once you get your boards, 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 UVO Ski with iPT WR XL 14.0 FR D Binding Volkl RTM 86 UVO Ski with iPT WR XL 14.0 FR D 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 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 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 Step Ski Volkl Step Ski
Your days of breakdancing are over. Rather than two-stepping into a freeze, you'd rather use the Volkl Step Ski to ride rails, hit booters, and slay the pipe. You've traded a slab of concrete and a boombox for park-and-pipe skis, metal, snow, and open skies, and we can't blame you, especially considering the benefits the Step lays down. It boasts a stable 85mm waist, letting you stomp the bejeezus out of whatever you line up, both switch and regular, since it's fully symmetrical front to back. Plus, there's plenty camber underfoot so you can rail turns into those icy park takeoffs without worrying about washing out--little surprise that the Step is what Volkl's team riders use when they're not on the competition-ready Wall. With a slight rocker in the tip and tail, the Step is easy to turn and simple enough to ride through chundery snow on the way to your favorite hits. The bomber fiberglass-and-composite-wrapped Tough Box construction can take a beating when you stomp hard, and the multi-layer wood core core gives you a precise ride and harmonious flex while boosting the ski's strength. It incorporates a tough ash layer under the binding for torsional rigidity and binding retention, with poplar in the tip and tails for a light, lively feel that's fun and easy to control. You won't be able to do a head-spin like those breakdancing days, but you'll crush some way cooler tricks on your feet instead.
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Volkl Three Ski Volkl Three Ski
The ideas behind the Volkl Three Ski are pretty simple--make it wide, make it straight, make it surfy, and make it fun. At 135mm underfoot, the first point's been accomplished. The second' In the 186cm length, the Three has a turning radius of nearly 51m--that long enough for you' Surfy' Sure, thanks, to the fully rockered profile and tapered tip that smears, slides, floats, and slashes through the deepest powder you can find. Is all this fun' That's down to preference, but if you're into blower pow, big open lines, and massive mountains, it's hard to imagine it's not going to be your weapon of choice. Like most of Volkl's freeride skis, the Three features a multi-layer wood core, with stiff, powerful ash underfoot and light, playful poplar in the tip and tail, and a Power/Tough Box construction that has vertical sidewalls, a powerful torsion box, and a fiberglass and composite laminate so you can charge with confidence. The Three also has a tapered tip, which makes it easier to slide into and out of turns as well as dump speed, so you can have (almost) too much fun in the deepest snow you'll find this year.
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Volkl Two Ski Volkl Two Ski
While luxury can be nice, what draws you to the mountains is most definitely not the immaculate grooming, five-star restaurants, and fancy condos. If what draws you is the chance of cold, dry powder, steep lines, and endless powder stashes, then the Volkl Two Ski is probably for you. With a wide 124mm waist, Full Rocker profile, and tapered shape, the Volkl Two is a true powder-devouring machine that will keep you skiing between those dumper days, but will really shine when conditions turn deep.The Two doesn't sport the behemoth-like proportions of the Volkl Three, making it a bit more versatile, and it is slightly wider than the Volkl One, making it a better ski for those really deep days. The Volkl Two may be a pivoty powder ski, but it's made by Volkl, so you can bet your beer money that this ski rips. It's made with Volkl's Power Tough Box construction, which utilizes a Multi-layer wood core (a layup of ash underfoot and poplar in the tip and tail) to give the ski a smooth and powerful flex, but with a heavily rockered tip and tail, and limited edge contact underfoot, the Volkl Two is a playful beast that will scrub speed, maximize face shots, and keep you smiling when you arc big, fast turns back down to the base area. The Two sports a tapered shape that pushes the widest point of contact back from the tip of the ski to keep the ski playful and make turn initiation easy on the legs, especially in powder.
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Volkl V-WERKS Code UVO Ski with rMotion2 12.0 D V-WERKS Binding Volkl V-WERKS Code UVO Ski with rMotion2 12.0 D V-WERKS Binding
To ski a ski with less power and precision than the Volkl V-Werks Code UVO Ski would be a direct infringement on the strict code you ski by. You believe in skiing the best of the best, and that is why you rely on the hard-charging reputation of Volkl to keep you carving down the mountain at cheek-flapping speeds with complete confidence in the skis on your feet.Volkl didn't hold back on this one. Instead, Volkl threw in just about all of its ground-breaking technologies, resulting in a ski that's powerful, yet confidence inspiring on the frontside. Being a member of the V-Werks line, the Code sports 3D. Ridge technology, a full carbon jacket, and 3D Profile sidewalls underfoot, which all come together to give the ski a ridiculously lightweight feel, serious power, and the ability to hold an edge on the most knee-jarring boilerplate you encounter. The nimble 75mm waist will instinctively move from edge to edge, requiring very little effort on your part, while the tip and tail rocker only ease turn initiation. It wouldn't be a frontside ski if it didn't have a good amount of camber to link up turns, and in this regard, the Code does not disappoint. Camber underfoot keep the skis hugging tight to the snow, so you can keep your turns tighter than a pair of briefs, while the Sensorwood core gives the ski a responsive and predictable flex, so you can anticipate how the skis will react when you throw them on edge and rail turns like a bullet train.
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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, sounds like a fair shake, right'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 the 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 respectively), the Katana offers a cutting-edge balance of stiffness, floatation, stability, weight, and outright maneuverability.
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Volkl Wall Ski Volkl Wall Ski
They say that hitting the wall is a bad thing, but they're probably scared of anything burlier than the bunny hill and could never dig the park-shredding power of the Volkl Wall Ski. With a fully symmetrical twin-tip shape, the Wall makes riding switch easier than riding the lift, and the traditional camber pops like a weasel and helps you hold an edge like your life depends on it, because you really don't want to go flying off that icy 60-foot table head first--no gnar points are awarded for a face-stomp. The ideal combination of power, strength, and weight is tough to dial in, but Volkl's figured out the formula with its multi-layer wood core and carbon stringer construction. With ash underfoot for stiffness and binding retention, poplar in the tips and tails for pop, and a fiberglass and composite sheath surrounding the core, the Wall can rail turns at speed without sacrificing the playfulness and butterability that are so essential in good park ski. Accordingly, you'll never have to tone down your game (at least until patrol catches you and clips your pass for being too dirty) or choose between pop, edge hold, and stability.
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Whitedot Director Ski Whitedot Director Ski
Finding a ski that's stiff and powerful but still super playful can be a tall order to fill. Most skis will either be so playful they feel like a couple of noodles in anything but deep pow or so stiff they'll lock you into your turn without leaving much wiggle room to get creative with your line. But, what you'll find with the Whitedot Director Ski is that both can coexist, and it really is a beautiful thing. With a revamped rocker profile, increased effective edge, and a versatile 107mm waist, the Director is a true all-mountain shcralper that will change the way you see and ski the mountain.Whitedot is on its fourth year of making skis, and the company has already earned a reputation of producing fun and progressively shaped boards. The Director is arguably the most versatile in Whitedot's impressive quiver, and its full rocker profile with no camber underfoot make it a playful ski that will float pow, skid turns on the hardpack, and squiggle through the trees with ease. The Director gets its stiff feel from a sandwich construction that places carbon/KEVLAR stringers through the ski--this results in a stiff flex pattern that will keep the ski stable at speed and solid when conditions turn variable. The core reflects the Director's overall stiff and playful nature with light and poppy poplar wood at the tips and tails, and stiff ash underfoot for better binding retention. Rubber foil dampening tape placed just above the edges helps reduce vibrations through the skis for a more solid feel at high speeds, while High Speed Precision sintered bases ensure a fast and durable surface to launch your all-mountain assault.
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Whitedot Preacher Carbonlite Ski Whitedot Preacher Carbonlite Ski
There's a lot of ski talk in the lift line, on the chair, and in the bar after a day of shredding. One dude's talking about how he'd be a pro if only his skis were better, another's saying how his girlfriend made him choose between her and his planks and he doesn't miss her at all, and a third is spraying about how he has 163 pairs of skis to choose from on any given day and isn't that awesome' Chances are, though, that none of these ski-bags is talking about Whitedot's Preacher Ski, because it they knew about it they'd stop moaning and let their riding speak for itself. As everything gets steadily more rockered, finding a bomber directional ski that can handle itself in soft snow becomes a tougher and tougher task. The Preacher is a breath of fresh (or stale') air with full-length camber and a decent amount of sidecut to help you shred comp lines, blast through crud, and tear variable snow to bits. Whitedot calls it an, "oversized all-mountain ski," and we think that's a pretty apt description, because while the camber and sidecut help you rail turns through chunder, the powder-friendly 112mm waist and wide tapered tip give you the footprint to float through the soft stuff and stay steady at freeride-comp speeds. The tip also lets you ride with your weight forward, so you can make the most of the ski's edginess, and doesn't hook up prematurely in soft snow, so you don't have to worry about getting bucked. The shape is key, but it's the guts of the Preacher that really make it go. Whitedot built it on a poplar and ash core--poplar for durability and elasticity, ash for strength and spring--and it laid down triaxial fiberglass laminates and carbon KEVLAR stringers for increased torsional stiffness and pop, respectively. By finishing this sandwich with ABS sidewalls, Whitedot gave the Preacher bomber edge-to-edge stiffness, so it won't twist and feel squirrely under serious edging pressure. The company also hooked the ski up with wrap-around steel edges and a sinte...
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Whitedot R 108 Ski Whitedot R 108 Ski
The R 108 Ski is Whitedot's most versatile all-mountain ski with a propensity for playing through powder in the resort or backcountry. Its 108mm waist works best in softer snow, but it's not so wide that it won't be able to handle a bit of wind buff or hardpack. Whitedot added minimal camber underfoot to give you proper edge control, just in case you come across snow a little firmer than desired. Being a powder-friendly plank, the R 108 sports a heavily rockered tip to help you navigate deep powder both uphill and downhill. Whitedot built the core with vertically placed poplar and ash woods for a stunning combination of superlight comfort on the uphill and poppy performance on the downhill. Triaxle carbon and fiberglass laminates stiffen the R 108 for better control at higher speeds, and they keep the R 108 at a relatively slim weight of four pounds per ski. The R 108 boasts a durable ABS sidewall construction, and there's an aluminum tail notch for fixing climbing skins.
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Whitedot R.98 Ski Whitedot R.98 Ski
Most all-mountain skis restrict themselves to resort activities, but the Whitedot R. 98 Skis will travel to the farthest reaches of backcountry terrain in search of the finest lines to drop that day. Its 98mm waist balances between floating backcountry pow and resort chop, and the ski's profile complements the ski's versatile sidecut with tip rocker to stay afloat and traditional camber underfoot for edge control on firmer snow. Whitedot built the R. 98's core with vertically placed poplar and ash woods for a stunning combination of superlight comfort on the uphill and poppy performance on the downhill. Tri-axle carbon and fiberglass laminates stiffen up the R. 98 for better control at higher speeds, and they keep the R. 98 at a slim weight of three pounds per ski. The R. 98 boasts a durable ABS sidewall construction, and there's an aluminum tail notch for fixing climbing skins.
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Whitedot Ragnarok Ski Whitedot Ragnarok Ski
The Whitedot Ragnarok Ski has a shape to make big-mountain skiers swoon, drool, and drag their haggard old quiver to the nearest ski swap. Whitedot's impressive lineup of freeride skis has cemented them as a powerhouse in the big mountain, freeride market, and the Ragnarok sits at the helm of that line with a wide, 118mm waist, aggressive shape, and playful rocker profile that keeps the ski fun and accessible, without sacrificing power or stability. The Ragnarok hits that sweet spot of 118mm underfoot along with a newly re-worked rocker profile, which sports a generous amount of rocker in the tip and tail with just a touch of camber underfoot for more effective edge hold on hardpack. The core is composed of a light and playful poplar in the tip and tail with a dense ash wood underfoot for better binding retention. The Ragnarok gets its torsionally stiff feel from a layup of fiberglass laminates and carbon/KEVLAR stringers that run the length of the ski. Pair all of that with full-length ABS sidewalls, and you get a ski that will obliterate just about anything in its path, whether that be waist-deep pow, bottomless mank, or chopped crud is something you'll have to workout with Ullr.
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