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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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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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Armada ARV 116 JJ Ski Armada ARV 116 JJ Ski
The past three years have taught skiers everywhere that nobody flows in powder better than JJ, and Armada's ARV 116 JJ Ski is back for a third generation to blur the line between freerider flow and hard-charging aggression. Armada updated this generation by moving the contact point behind the widest part of the ski, resulting in a more rounded-out turn so you can flow as you charge. The rest of the ski is basically the same rig you've seen the past two years. It still styles the same rockered tip and tail that helps you groove down deeps like a funky fresh cat dancing in the seventies. There's still the same camber underfoot that springs you in and out of soft snow, or even variable snow for that matter. Armada added its Smear Tech to the base so the ski will feel as buttery as Armada's freestyle skis.
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$699.95
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Armada Invictus 108 Ti Ski Armada Invictus 108 Ti Ski
A departure from Armada's playful skis, the Invictus 108 Ti Ski offers a damp platform to charge hard through variable conditions and, when the time comes, crush when there's a foot of fresh. The stiffer flex pattern and longer turn radius make these planks want to arc down open faces and scream through tight chutes. Two layers of aircraft-grade titanal help you mach through moguls if you really wanted to, but you'll find it charges through the soft stuff best. Armada shaped this ski with traditional camber underfoot to provide stability, and the rockered tip lets you maximize the fun when a storm system rolls through. Carbon fiber strips stiffen them even more, and give the ski a dependable jolt coming in and out of turns. The sandwich sidewalls maintain durability so you can rally season after season.
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$749.00
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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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$699.95
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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 Spur Ski Blizzard Spur Ski
Fatty powder skis are a dime a dozen these days, and it seems like they're all pretty much slightly modified versions of the same thing: big rocker, soft tips, and a loose, surfy feel. Blizzard's down with the trend, but it's also ready to throw down some changes with the Spur Ski. Don't get it twisted: riding loose, surfy skis can be more fun than swimming in a kiddie pool full of pulled pork, but they quickly get out-muscled when the snow is anything but pristine; the Spur's a little different, though. It still features a pow-crushing 125mm waist and fully rockered tips and tails to surf, float, and pivot through waist-deep creamy goodness, but has a super-progressive sidecut and tapered tips and tails that make it easy to vary your turn shapes at speed and provide a ridiculously smooth and forgiving ride. With some help from the burly sidewalls, the Spur bites into turns like a beast when you get up on edge, so you can rail through pockets of wind-affected and handle groomers like a champ on the way back to the lift. Not only are the Spur's extremities tapered for a smooth, versatile ride, but they're also made of light and stiff carbon fiber, which actually increases the ski's stability while reducing swing weight and vibration, making the Spur a ridiculously bomber platform when you're mobbing through day-old leftovers or wind-hammered crud. Blizzard also incorporated its unique Flipcore technology, which inverts the poplar, bamboo, and ISO core during the pressing process, matching the core profile to the rocker shape for a ride that's incredibly smooth and a flex that's ridiculously consistent, no matter how hard you're pushing the ski. The Spur's following the general path of the rocker pioneers, but it's blazing it's own trail to powder- and big-mountain domination.
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DPS Skis Cassiar 95 Pure3 Ski DPS Skis Cassiar 95 Pure3 Ski
Storm riding is great, but since we don't all live on Hokkaido, having a killer frontside ski in your quiver is a must. DPS made its name with fat powder boards, but that's not all the company does; the Cassiar 95 Pure3 Ski is an all-mountain missile made to rail groomers, stitch up tight bump lines, and punch through shallow crud, with the lightness and carbon-fiber stiffness for which DPS is known. Pure3 is DPS' stiff and light flagship construction. It starts with a core made of energetic aspen, which is then sandwiched between two layers of prepreg carbon fiber, creating a core that's 30% stiffer and lighter than similar offerings made with more traditional constructions. By keeping the core light and stiff, DPS was able to keep the Cassiar incredibly nimble and easy to ski in tight spots, without sacrificing the power that you need to rally hardpack with confidence. The carbon-and-aspen sandwich is finished off with a durable polyamide topsheet and UHMW sidewalls, which help keep the Cassiar stiff and direct energy into the edges instead of letting it dissipate by allowing the ski to twist. The aggressive, edgy nature of the Cassiar means that it's not a ski well suited to funky new-school rocker profiles. To that end, DPS built it with classic traditional camber, which supplies mountains of edge grip and a lively edge-to-edge feel that'll help you make short work of hard and variable snow all over the mountain. The steel edges have been hardened to 48 Rockwell, which ensures that rocky encounters won't automatically spell disaster, and DPS finished the Cassiar off with its lightning-fast and armor-tough World Cup bases, so you can choose "interesting" lines without worrying too much about ruining your planks.
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Dynastar Cham 107 Ski - Women's Dynastar Cham 107 Ski - Women's
After a squished tram ride, wait for the crowd to subside, drop the Dynastar Women's Cham 107 ski one by one onto soft packed snow, and gaze into the cirque to see where all the sheeple have gone. It may be a busy semi-powder day, but you know where the goods are hiding. Equipped with a long rockered tip, the Cham 107 floats through pow, crud, and soft snow, while its classic camber underfoot delivers stability, reliable edge-hold, and power. This unique profile also allows for easy steering, maneuverability, and control which comes in handy on busy resort days.Designed with a flat pintail, this big mountain plank delivers power, tracking, and stability in all snow conditions and provides easier speed control. The narrower, flat tail also works exceptionally well with the Cham's rockered tip by enhancing tip floatation for phenomenal ease of use in deep snow, while also making it easier to balance and maintain direction for effortless powder performance. A progressive 5-Point sidecut combines reverse sidecut in the tip and tail with traditional sidecut underfoot for effortless maneuverability and smearing capability, while preventing hooking, twitching, and overturning in deep snow. This sweet sidecut also supplies quick, easy turns and speed control in a variety of snow conditions and enables the Cham 107 to carve and turn well on groomed terrain.Thanks to its sandwich construction and full-length vertical sidewalls, the Cham has a strong, solid, and durable construction that can easily withstand a season's worth of abuse. Constructed with a wood core and titanal laminate, the Cham 107 provides a sweet feel, balance, power, and stability, so you can enjoy big sweeping powder turns, high-speed turns through well-spaced trees, and arcs down fresh groomers.
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Dynastar Speed Zone 12 Ski Dynastar Speed Zone 12 Ski
Dynastar's Speed Zone 12 Ski is an all-mountain carver with a propensity for fast-driven pursuits down corduroy. Delivering an entirely new level of ultra-smooth, on-trail precision, this ski's Active Wood core provides a suspension system equitable to a race car in the sense that it eliminates instability, absorbs shock, and effectively transfers energy into quiet acceleration and dynamic power. In plain speak, this speedy ski only encourages you to ride faster and harder, way past the point of bringing tears to your eyes. A ski this speedy requires a tight turn radius, stiff flex, and solid edge control, so Dynastar hooked it up with a skinny 72mm waist and Powerdrive sandwich construction. Powerdrive adds stable microcell foam, stiff titanal, and vibration-dampening Fibro metal to the wood core in order to give the ski the proper torsional rigidity it needs at top speeds. This ski's sandwich construction also includes full-length, vertical, ABS sidewalls to ensure long-lasting durability. Camber underfoot ensures effective edge control that you'd expect out of a carver, and a slightly rockered tip gives the ski a playful edge to ease turn initiation.
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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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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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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 - Women's Volkl 90Eight Ski - Women's
Yeah, you've heard it all before: the unwavering promises of versatility, but nine times out of ten those do-it-all skis simply come up short--until now that is. Say hello to coldsmoke and goodbye to the mirrors with a little help from the Volkl Women's 90Eight Ski. Touting a design that's legitimately based in all-mountain fun, the 90Eight features an adaptive 98mm width waist that'll go to mow-town on bumps, sashay through groomers, and float pow like a grade A yacht on the sea. Oh, and don't forget about those nuggets of spring time slushy joy, the 90Eight easily maneuvers those without skipping a beat. Now, simply because it's a women-specific ski doesn't mean it's been the victim of the pink-and-shrink laser beam of doom. Boasting the same design as its twin brother (just in an overall lighter package), 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. Though, Volkl does this without actually sacrificing the ski's damping and stability at speed. Additionally, the early taper sidecut eases turn initiation for an easy, playful feel when it comes to hunting down pow stashes or making tight turns through technical features. The multi-layer wood core encompasses the character and flex of the ski, which, since its a Volkl, is inherently stable at speed, and is packed with plenty of power to bust through crud, without even batting an eye.
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