Whether you're skiing routine hardpack, sunbaked crud or the sweet untracked pow after a big storm, the K2 Annex 98 skis use a metal laminate and rockered tips so you can shred at high speed. Dual titanal laminate offers unwavering stability at high speeds by absorbing bumps and responding quickly to high-speed maneuvers. Rockered tips initiate turns easily and offer agile performance on all kinds of terrain, and slight camber underfoot offers tenacious edge hold on firm snow. Lightweight aspen, paulownia and maple wood core produces a natural flex, allowing the ski to achieve full contact with the snow throughout the turn. The widest point of the tips is placed further back than on other K2 skis to reduce the tendency of skis to hook in light crust and throw you off balance. Slightly raised tails release easily during turns to reduce speed and avoid obstacles, and they make it easier to turn quickly when skiing concave-shaped couloirs and chutes. Use tip and tail holes to attach skins (sold separately); remove plugs with a flathead screwdriver. 98mm waist requires bindings with wide brakes. Base or topsheet color may vary from online photo. Size: 170 CM
The Icelantic Seeker Skis are designed to stomp the most difficult lines and make it look easy. The extremely stiff flex, 42 cm of tip rise and a flat tail make the Seeker an explosive and directional ski that isn't happy unless it is opened up and charged on.
Built for epic powder days at the resort, the Blizzard Dakota women's skis offer advanced skiers 108mm waists and naturally rockered tips and tails that float in the deep stuff. Blizzard builds the rocker without bending the core, creating a naturally flexing, responsive ski that turns easily, resists high-speed chatter and shreds crud and pow. Light camber underfoot assists with grip on hardpack. Layered wood core designed specifically for advanced female skiers creates a lightweight, snappy ski with smooth handling. Fiberglass reinforcement laid in 4 separate directions increases snappiness and power underfoot. True twin profile provides equal responsiveness whether you're skiing forward or backward. Sidewalls direct power right to the edges of the skis, resulting in quick side-to-side response. 114mm waists require bindings with wide brakes. Color: BLUE/SILVER; Size: 170 CM
When the deck's stacked against you and all the jokers are putting their money on the other guy, break out the Nordica Ace Ski, stomp that switch double cork, and ski away with fat stacks of top-of-the-podium cash. The Ace is designed specifically to dominate the park thanks to Energy 2 Titanium construction, which boasts a light and poppy ash and poplar core sandwiched between two sheets of titanal that gives you the boost you need to go all in when you're getting upside-down. Coupled with a Park CamRock profile that bites into hardpack to let you effortlessly carve into icy takeoffs and pipe walls, the Ace lets you spin, butter, and ollie as easily as you can say "hit me." It's also super-fast, thanks to a sintered graphite gallium UHMW base that keeps your airs big and prevents you from shorting landings. The Ace is durable, with burly steel edges, ABS sidewalls, and a light-but-strong cap construction that will help you spin like a roulette wheel and take the suckers for all they're worth. Don't gamble on park performance--go all in with the Ace.
Get your caravan packed. With the Icelantic Gypsy Ski, you have your weapon of choice when a two-foot dump arrives. This fatty's generous dimensions, soft flex, and reverse camber are specifically designed for playful surfing in the deep, while the wide-radius sidecut allows gives you the power to point it down an open bowl. A nearly symmetrical shape lets you get slopestyle on this ski and launch or land switch when you get the urge. The clingy edge engages fully when the snow gets skied up and firm, and sidewall construction puts power in that arc. Your buddies might call you a thieving gypsy after plundering more than your share of pow, but that's OK. Remember: no friends on a powder day.
The Volkl Nanuq telemark/randonee skis feature a shape of 131/96/114 and rockered tips for a forgiving ride no matter what the snow conditions are. Construction features a multilayer core of poplar and beech wood that is wrapped in composite and fiberglass near the middle of the ski to add strength and snap. Vertical sidewalls combine with the wrapped core to provide excellent grip and stability while skiing hard and fast. Tip rocker combines early-rise tips with classic camber in the rest of the skis to provide easy, smooth turn initiation; tip rocker is forgiving and floats well in soft snow. Holes in the front of the skis function as skin attachment points for Volkl-brand skins (not included). Non-Volkl-brand skins (sold separately) can also be used with the Nunataq skis. Base or topsheet color may vary from online photo. Size: 170 CM
Light like a pair of backcountry touring skis but designed for the resort with rockered tips and tails, the women's Rossignol Saffron 7 skis take on any terrain on the mountain in any snow condition. The Saffron 7 skis are right at home lapping freshly fallen powder or blasting through crud, and they carve responsively on hardpack snow and groomed runs. Float like a feather on top of deep snow thanks to the rockered tips and tails; redesigned Powder Turn rocker minimizes the tendency of tips to flap at high speeds. Standard camber underfoot offers tenacious edge-grip on hardpack; there's more than enough camber to enjoy carving on groomers. Lightweight wood core strikes a balance between manueverability and strength. You'll really appreciate the weight savings when the Saffron 7 skis are strapped to your pack and you hike up the ridge to get first tracks. The responsive strength of the skis shines when dropping into steep terrain, negotiating a technical line, and straight-lining it back to the base. 98mm waists require bindings with wide brakes. Base or topsheet color may vary from photo. Size: 170 CM
Fat planks for epic powder days, the newly designed Rossignol Star 7 women's skis feature lightweight construction combined with responsive powder-specific rocker to surf the sidecountry. Float like a feather on top of deep snow thanks to the rockered tips and tails; redesigned Powder Turn rocker minimizes the tendency of tips to flap at high speeds. Easy-to-turn honeycomb tip and tail are significantly lighter than previous models; you can actually see the light pass through the air-filled spaces in the honeycomb. You'll really appreciate the weight savings when the Star 7s are strapped to your pack and you hike up the ridge to get first tracks. The responsive strength of the skis shines when dropping into steep terrain, smearing a pillow line, and straight-lining it back to the base. Standard camber underfoot offers tenacious edge-grip on hardpack; there's more than enough camber to enjoy carving on groomers. The Star 7s feel extra smooth, especially at high speeds, thanks to the visco elastomer in the tip and tail that absorbs shock and resists chatter. 116mm waists require bindings with wide brakes. Base or topsheet color may vary from photo. Size: 170 CM
With stable-yet-playful 96mm waists, rockered tips and tails and lightweight construction, the Salomon Q-96 Lumen women's skis roam from groomed runs to off-piste terrain with smooth versatility. Rockered profile excels in soft snow and delivers fluid performance on hardpack; when put on edge, 95% of edge length contacts the snow for precision on groomed runs. Full wood core delivers direct transmission of power with precision and efficiency, and a specialized construction enhances edge-to-edge response to boost maneuverability. Elastomer inserts placed over the edges absorb vibrations, resulting in a smooth ride that softens ski-to-snow contact. Tips feature a honeycomb structure that reduces weight and makes it easier to rotate skis. Fiber reinforcements laid directly on the edges add torsional rigidity and improve edge durability, and wide metal edges withstand big impacts and improve shock resistance. The Salomon Q-96 Lumen women's skis require bindings with wide brakes. Base or topsheet color may vary from online photo. Color: WHITE/PURPLE; Size: 170 CM
If you like the pop and power of a traditional-camber ski when you're doing wall hits and flying off kickers, feast your eyes on the Rossignol Storm Ski. This ski keeps it real with full high camber for quickness and edge grip. A versatile 92-millimeter waist provides a wide enough platform for all-mountain carving and stability in the park. Minicap construction reduces swing and overall weight without sacrificing durability or strength, key for a freestyle ski. And with a nicely rounded Jib tip, transitions to switch are a breeze. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE
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The Volkl Mantra Ski is your talisman six months of the year. This all-mountain ski both flirts with the big mountain and frolics with the front-side carvers. A combination of core technology and traditional sidewall construction makes the Mantra easy to repeat over and over again, whether it's laps on a big bowl or screaming down a steep shot. The Mantra's tip rocker combines an early rise tip and a classic camber profile in the rest of the ski, which basically lays the full length of the ski edge on the snow so you can easily initiate turns on both hardpack and fluff. In the soft stuff, the tip rocker makes this ski forgiving and floaty so you can undulate over powdery pillows.Volkl uses its Sensorwood core to keep the Mantra light and manageable. Vertically laminated poplar and beech wood create a lightweight and responsive core for bumps, trees, powder, and powerful turns on smooth surfaces. Made with Power Construction, this ski basically has two sheets of metal covering the core, similar to a racing ski. For you, this means a smoother-than-silk ride, and no extra trips to the dentist because the ice-induced chatter caused all of your fillings to fall out. With 98mm underfoot, you have unlimited ski freedom to explore off-piste or rip down groomers. The Mantra sports the widest turn radius of Volkl's all-mountain skis, 22m for a 170cm ski. This translates to the snow in the following manner: skiing through densely packed trees will be challenging, while sweeping turns and soaring over bumps will be easier than eating pie. If you're a single-arrow-in-your-quiver skier, take the Mantra on a date, and enjoy the first of many outings with your new ski love.
The Rossignol Zymax skate skis with NIS binding plates are performance recreational skis made for fitness-oriented skiers and young athletes. Soft-flex tips and tails ensure stable, precise handling. Cobra Racing sidecut widens the skis at the tips for superior stability during the push-off phase and when shifting from one skate to the other. Skis have two base grooves that aid in tracking and add stability during skating for improved directional control. Premium low-density, lightweight wood/air channel core, reinforced with basalt offers resiliency and energy return. Durable Active Cap construction increases torsional stability and offers a supple longitudinal flex. Active Cap also extends the skis' edges creating a wider platform for additional stability and edge control. NIS binding plates are factory bonded to the Rossignol Zymax NIS skate skis: this reduces weight and delivers a precise interface, plus allows easy binding attachment. Color: RED/BLACK; Size: 170 CM
In the backcountry, you can go from untracked blower and windbuff to manky mush and death balls in the same day. You have to be armed and ready for all of it. The fully rockered Volkl Nunataq Ski, the fattest backcountry-specific ski Volkl makes, gives you float in pow but plenty of edge-to-edge grip on the sheltered aspects of hardpack. You can thank the Extended Low Profile for that; the smooth, gradual rocker is paired with a matching flex and sidecut for full, uninterrupted edge contact when you need it most. The lightweight construction won't weigh you down on the hike, top to bottom, dawn 'til you tire out your buddies. And the Vokl Skin Pin system, which lets you snap Vokl skins on and off in a flash, will have you hitting fresh lines with this Outside Magazine Gear of the Year award-winner before they are.
The Rossignol Pursuit HP Titanium skis with bindings keep up with speeding turns on hardpack thanks to rock-solid stability and incredible edge grip. The Rossignol Pursuit HP Titanium skis with bindings really excel when you're sticking just to the groomers, and if you find yourself going off-piste, they won't disappoint. Wood core creates a light and lively ski with excellent ski-to-snow feel, and 2 titanium laminates above and below core provide powerful stiffness and lively response. An H-shaped split in the laminates at tip and tail ensures side-to-side response along entire length of skis. This H-shape also smooths out turn initiation and improves edge contact during turns. Rubber material damps vibrations and creates a smooth ride. Subtle rocker in tips offers easy steering in any snow condition, and traditional camber underfoot provides tenacious edge grip. Oversize tip tail dimensions and a large sidecute radius offer strong edging, power and precision. Performance-enhancing Axial² 140 Ti Pro bindings use lateral arms to apply even edge pressure for energy-efficient power transfer. Dual Action III toe piece has reinforced housing in the high-stress areas, enhancing overall structural integrity. Reinforced housing strengthens the torsion bar interface, facilitating torsional rigidity in the toe piece. Dual Action III toe features multidirectional release. Axial² titanium heelpiece improves energy transfer to the ski so more power goes directly from the skier to the ski with less energy loss. High degree of forward pressure dramatically enhances the interface between boot and binding, improving rebound and responsiveness. DIN setting 4 - 14. Base or topsheet color may vary from online photo. Color: BLACK/WHITE; Size: 170 CM
Even for the non-racer, speed is still a critical asset. And as Madshus designed its Ultrasonic Skate Ski, basic physics decisively trumped the industry commonality of piling grams in the name of compliance. The equation was elementary, and it served as the building block for the Ultrasonic's innovative engineering. The equation is Newton's Second Law of Motion, force = mass x acceleration. Basically, when ski mass is reduced, two outcomes arise. 1) Your acceleration will increase with the same applied force, or 2) your acceleration will remain the same with less applied force. Either way, your life on the track gets easier with a lighter ski. Accordingly, Madshus designated the Ultrasonic as its first ski to feature the all-new Paulownia with carbon fiber reinforcement in its core construction. Essentially, the core uses a fiberglass layup with a carbon fiber reinforcement. Not only does this lower the ski weight, but the carbon adds a touch of responsiveness that would otherwise not be there. Additionally, this reactivity is complemented by the Ultrasonic's P-Tex 2000 Electra Sintered Racing Base. And for added stability while you're refining your form, Madshus shortened the already moderate sidecut of the ski. So, the actions of strides and kicks have been completely simplified, and with Madshus' new technology, the days of sacrificing speed for ease of use are behind you.
The advanced-level Atomic Crimson Ti ARC skis with bindings cruise on corduroy and bust through crud thanks to a beefy metal laminate in the lightweight wood core and steady 86mm waists. Titanium laminate enhances stability and boosts performance at high speeds, and tip-to-tail wood core reduces swing weight and enhances overall handling. 86mm waists are fast and smooth on hardpack, and they offer enough stability to have a good time off piste and float in powder. When skis are weighted, there is a slight rise in the tips that makes it easy to initiate turns. When skis are put on edge after starting a turn, the camber flattens out to deliver full contact with snow and excellent edge hold. Half-cap construction in tips and tails improves durability, and sidewalls in binding area enhance edge grip by absorbing shock. Sidewall construction ensures maximum torsional rigidity, uncanny edge grip and controlled tip-to-tail flex; sidewall is reinforced in binding area with 2 layers of material. Integrated bindings allow the skis to flex naturally for excellent edge contact and bump absorption. The Atomic Crimson Ti ARC skis feature DIN settings that adjust from 6 to 14, a range suited to advanced skiers at medium to high speeds. Base or topsheet color may vary from online photo. Size: 170 CM
The Blizzard Scout Ski may be a lightweight on the scale, but be assured it's a heavyweight performer. Its strong, lively wood Flipcore gives it natural rocker in tip and tail, and a generous 27-meter sidecut radius means stability at scorching speeds. The 108-millimeter waist is an ample platform in pow but still quick edge-to-edge. Sidewall sandwich construction also brings power and precision to the edges. This ski has classic camber for strong rebound and edge hold. For backcountry enthusiasts, the Scout is Blizzard's burliest board.
When you have a love for something as deep and ardent as yours for pristine pow, the right ski for optimal lovin' is imperative. The hike-ready Volkl Nanuq Ski is lightweight enough for marathon laps but has a mid-fat waist for float and stability. A tip rocker makes turn-entry a breeze and prevents tip dive in deep snow. The Nanuq has a wide-radius sidecut for letting loose when you get to a beautiful wide-open bowl and really want to go nuts. Perhaps the most versatile of the Volkl backcountry skis, it's still quick edge-to-edge thanks to its traditional camber and stiff torsion box. Plus, the proprietary Skin Pin attachment system let you get snap the pre-cut matching skin off in a hurry so you get your pick of lines.
Incorporating some of the same technology that Rossignol gave to their World Cup skis, the Zymax Skate Ski is fast training and racing ski that won't cost you an arm and a couple of legs. Made with a light Premium LDC low-density wood core that's reinforced with basalt fibers, the Zymax has a friendly flex in the tip and tail to make the ski easier for lighter users, and Rossi's Racing Cobra sidecut that widens in the tip for a stable, precise push-off. Active Cap technology combines flexible materials with stiff a multi-directional fiberglass laminate, allowing the Zymax to coil when flexed and rebound when released, driving the skier forward on fast K7000 bases, the same bases found on Rossignol's World Cup skis. The Zymax is also a directional, tracking marvel, thanks to the aforementioned fiberglass laminate that keeps it torsionally stiff, and a double-groove base to fight wandering ski syndrome. It also comes with an NIS plate that's compatible with NNN bindings, allowing simple, drill-free mounting and adjustment.