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Nunataq Ski One Color, 170cm

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.

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S-Lab Skate Cold Ski Black/White, 170cm/Soft

If you wanted life to be easy, you would have been an alpine skier, sitting in a $600 down jacket and riding lifts to the top of the hill. But what's fun about easy? You, instead, opted to wear paper-thin spandex in sub-zero temperatures and barf on yourself in pursuit of a few extra seconds. Luckily, you've got a trusty sidekick in this self-flagellation: the Salomon S-Lab Skate Cold ski, designed to excel on days when the snow is frozen solid and your nose is trying to run off your face and hide under your hat. The camber is specifically designed to perform in cold-snow conditions, thanks in part to the stiff Nomex honeycomb core, which is wrapped with a carbon fiberglass laminate and sandwiched between wood sidewalls, all designed to transfer every bit of energy you put into the ski into powerful forward momentum. It's also engineered to balance pressure evenly between the front and back of the ski, using a full-length carbon laminate to stiffen things up, keeping your foot off the ground as much as possible for improved glide, kick, and acceleration. All that technology is useless without a top-class base to turn energy into on-snow speed, so Salomon hooked the Skate Cold up with the G5 Zeolit cold base, a World Cup race base with an additive that offers top-level wax retention and glide in cold conditions, and is specifically structured for cold snow using Salomon's Digital Grinding Measurement system. And as a special treat, they send the Skate Cold out with a factory wax and protective foil covering, meaning all you have to do is peel off the foil and give your new skis a quick brush before hitting the trail and getting your suffer on.

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Seeker Skis 2014 - 170

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.

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Seeker Skis 2014 - 170

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.

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Expanding Double Ski Bag Padded - 170-185-200cm -55%

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Ace Ski One Color, 170cm

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.

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Gypsy Ski One Color, 170cm

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.

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S-Lab Skate Cold Ski Black/White, 170cm/Soft

If you wanted life to be easy, you would have been an alpine skier, sitting in a $600 down jacket and riding lifts to the top of the hill. But what's fun about easy? You, instead, opted to wear paper-thin spandex in sub-zero temperatures and barf on yourself in pursuit of a few extra seconds. Luckily, you've got a trusty sidekick in this self-flagellation: the Salomon S-Lab Skate Cold ski, designed to excel on days when the snow is frozen solid and your nose is trying to run off your face and hide under your hat. The camber is specifically designed to perform in cold-snow conditions, thanks in part to the stiff Nomex honeycomb core, which is wrapped with a carbon fiberglass laminate and sandwiched between wood sidewalls, all designed to transfer every bit of energy you put into the ski into powerful forward momentum. It's also engineered to balance pressure evenly between the front and back of the ski, using a full-length carbon laminate to stiffen things up, keeping your foot off the ground as much as possible for improved glide, kick, and acceleration. All that technology is useless without a top-class base to turn energy into on-snow speed, so Salomon hooked the Skate Cold up with the G5 Zeolit cold base, a World Cup race base with an additive that offers top-level wax retention and glide in cold conditions, and is specifically structured for cold snow using Salomon's Digital Grinding Measurement system. And as a special treat, they send the Skate Cold out with a factory wax and protective foil covering, meaning all you have to do is peel off the foil and give your new skis a quick brush before hitting the trail and getting your suffer on.

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Storm Ski One Color, 170cm

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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OMW Ski One Color, 170cm

They say there aren't any friends on a powder day, and maybe they're right, but when you're lapping the park or sliding handrails, it's better when you've got a crew. If, however, you're all by your lonesome, at least you'll be accompanied by the Nordica OMW (One-Man Wolfpack) Ski, which boasts howlingly-good park, pipe, and urban performance, with enough width and versatility to run with the all-mountain pack. The OMW has a Park CamRock design, with traditional camber underfoot and Twin Pop Rocker in the tip, so you can carve hard into take-offs and float through variable snow or stick landings in pow without having to switch out your sticks. It also features a slightly asymmetrical shape, which makes it even easier to carve into icy booters without worrying about washing out and flying through the air sideways. Edge hold's no good without pop to help you get off the ground, so Nordica built the OMW with an Energy 2 Carbon ash and poplar core and fiberglass laminate, keeping the ski light while giving it the requisite pop and flex to butter and ollie, and the stiffness to hold up to hard edging and all-mountain skiing. ABS sidewalls and steel edges stand up to rocks and rails, but are really useful when combined with the sintered UHMW graphite gallium base, which gives you the speed to clear gaps and slide long rails, and the durability to stand up to whatever cruel punishment you deliver.

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Mantra Ski One Color, 170cm

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.

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Kendo Ski One Color, 170cm

Fancy yourself a mountain-shredding black belt? Do your damage with the Volkl Kendo Ski, which slices and dices the whole mountain with the precision of a samurai's blade. Volkl married an 89mm waist to traditional underfoot camber 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 need to rail your turns. The Kendo also uses Volkl's trademark Power Construction, with features a torsion box and vertical sidewalls to enhance the ski's stiffness and durability. Although it would be an excellent daily driver for eastern rippers, the Kendo's not a traditional carving ski. It's plenty wide enough to eat up the occasional shot of power, and has been outfitted with tip rocker to help it cruise over rough snow, ease turn initiation, and ride consistently in all snow conditions. 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. East coasters looking for an everyday rippers or western shredders who need a do-it-all ski for the hardpack, the Kendo's your new weapon of choice,

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Mantra Ski One Color, 170cm

For years, the Volkl Mantra's been the gold standard for all-mountain edge grip--you could point it at anything and let 'er rip, but it was a ski that always wanted to be driving a hard edge. The combo of power, precision, and width made for a wonderfully versatile quiver-of-one ski, but always left a niggling feeling that you were missing out on some of the powder-munching, turn-smearing fun of surfier, more forgiving boards. This year? Not so much. Kiss those hangups goodbye and say hello to the new Mantra, a slightly fatter, fully rockered all-mountain animal that has all the aggressive, hard-charging instincts of the original, tempered with a dose of pure pow lovin'. If you're into powder (is that even a question?) two words should stand out from the first paragraph: Full. Rocker. While the old Mantra could be overly aggressive in soft snow and tight trees, the new profile combines with a tapered tip 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--you'll be able to vary your turn shapes, opening things up when you feel the need for speed and shutting them down when things get techy. Don't worry about sacrificing hardpack performance, though. 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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Gotama Ski One Color, 170cm

Peanut butter and chocolate. Beer and pretzels. Ice and cream. Some things are too good to mess with, and you can add the Volkl Gotama Ski to the list. It's a big-mountain ski dressed up like a do-it-all charger, and it might well be the only thing you'll need to have in your quiver this winter. At 107mm underfoot, the "Goat" is plenty wide for all but the deepest pow days, and it has the ELP (Extended Low Profile) rocker to prove it. The rocker profile is designed to compliment the ski's flex and sidecut, so it's incredibly easy to get full edge contact when you roll your ski up and try to lock into a turn. This makes the Gotama a serious performer on the hardpack, even though its dimensions would suggest it's more at home in the soft stuff. Of course, it still floats like a butterfly when you're in a pow-gobbling mood. You can drive it hard no matter where you're riding, though, courtesy of a Power/Tough Box construction that uses stiff ash underfoot and lively poplar in the tip and tail, with a fiberglass and composite sheath around the ash for plenty of stiffness and power where you need it. This helps to prevent binding pull-outs, too, so you don't have to worry about hammering a turn and looking down to find that your ski isn't attached to your binding anymore. You won't find a tougher, more exciting do-it-all big-mountain ski around.

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Halo 2 Ski One Color, 170cm

Smear butter all over the park with the Armada Halo 2 Ski. This is a poppy and predictable park ski that's ideal for experts who press everything in sight and beginners who want something a little more forgiving. The 2 maintains its 5-dimensional sidecut and EST Park Rocker, but gets an upgrade with a wider footprint, for added versatility.EST Park Rocker utilizes rocker at the tip and tail and the largest area of positive camber underfoot to maintain balance and give you predictability on the hill. Hybrid Double Zone Core is a wood core with two high-density wood stringers to stiffen longitudinal flex and two ABS layers laid alongside the core to increase torsional rigidity. To achieve the ultimate balance of reduced swing weight, increased durability, and powerful edging, Armada crafted the Halo with AR50 Construction that uses cap construction in the tip and tail and sidewall underfoot. The AR50 Sidewalls increase torsional rigidity, which translates into powerful edge hold, and the Laminate Matrix layup provides further reinforcement above and below the core so you can ride the Halo hard. CK Stringers add to tail durability while giving this ski pop essential for haggard jumps and ollieing onto rails, and the S7 Base glides fast and maintains speed between rails and jumps and on long in-runs. Armada widened the waist of the last year's Halo ski by about 10mm (92-95mm), so it feels stable on rails, forgiving when you take a landing a little too deep, and nimble enough to make quick edge-to-edge movements in the pipe, but can also play in all-mountain terrain.

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Black Pearl Skis

Its 88 mm waist and Flip Core 3D Rocker design make this ski extremely agile and versatile. Ideal for demonstrating your skills both on and off the piste.Key Features of the Blizzard Black Pearl Skis: Sidecut 125-88-110 mm Radius 17.0 m (166 cm)

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Scout Ski One Color, 170cm

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.

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Nanuq Ski One Color, 170cm

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.

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Zymax Skate Ski One Color, 170cm

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.

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Magic J Ski One Color, 170cm

The Armada Magic J Skis take screaming-fast powder skiing to an entirely new dimension. Also known as Tanner Hall's ski-of-choice, the Magic J is a wider version of the JJ with the widest point moved slightly aft and with less taper, just the way Tanner likes it. As a result, these fat sticks have a longer turning radius that is extremely stable at high speeds, which is most fitting for experienced powder-fiends. Equipped with an EST Freeride Rocker profile (rockered tip and tail with regular camber underfoot), these bad boys allow for smooth, fast, sweeping turns down big lines or long groomer runs. Armada is all about durability and ensuring the life of its skis, so it gave the Js a Hybrid Ultralight wood core and AR50 sandwich sidewall construction for a high strength-to-weight ratio that you can count on when you're charging down floaty pillow lines, techy terrain, or through early-season conditions. These all-mountain destroyers also have Laminate Matrix technology (directional layering of fiberglass) that provides a smooth, even flex pattern and torsional rigidity for stellar performance in a variety of snow conditions and terrain. In addition, you'll be grateful for the lightweight, strong 1. 7mm edges that have been heat treated for durability and 50/50 bases that offer a just-right blend of speed and durability.

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