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Alpine Touring Skis

$549.99
The Blaze 94 W is what we like to call "sporty". It delivers on many levels, but it is made for the high-octane delight of a skier that loves to turn on a dime, in every type of terrain. The 0.3mm thick layer of titanal across the binding platform creates an impressively direct power transfer from skier movement to ski action. Keeping the titanal only under the foot creates an incredibly fun and responsive turning experience, immediately from initiation, with little effort. Although it is designed with short turn radius goals, the 3D Radius Sidecut and Hybrid Multilayer Woodcore significantly enhance the ski's liveliness and maneuverability for any turn shape. At only 1427g (@ 165cm length) and with the addition of the Suspension Tip and Tail (basically a rubbery "bumper" for whatever the ski comes in contact with), it is a fantastic touring ski as well. Regardless of resort skiing glory, off-piste endeavors, or backcountry objectives, the Blaze 94 offers an incredibly wide range of use in all conditions. - tip width: 134 - waist width: 94 - tail width: 116 - sidecut radius center: 11 - binding plate premounted: no - recommended binding: 7933U1.MA KINGPIN 13 75-100MM BLACK/RED;7831T1.CS KINGPIN MWERKS 12 75-100MM BLACK/RED;7550U1.ES DUKE PT 12 100MM BLACK/RED;7524U1.GF GRIFFON 13 ID 100MM WHITE
$549.99
The Blaze 86 W builds on what the other models are known for lightness, versatility, and agility. Because there is no Titanal, the ski is a bit sprightly and also a bit lighter. The Blaze 86 W is designed for quick, tight turns, although the sidecut's three different radii also master demanding terrain, speed, and long, drawn-out curves. Suspension tips and tails give the ski composure, increase flotation and protect the ski off-piste. The Blaze 86 W is a great ski touring option for backcountry ladies who are happy to accept 100 g of extra weight in exchange for a much-improved skiing experience. Built around a light, high-performance, full tip-to-tail wood core, it can handle ascents and makes descending a pleasure (except if the snow is too deep). A highly versatile technological setup that gives the Blaze 86 W an intuitive feel and an unusual level of creativity. Details: - Tip width: 129 - Waist width: 86 - Tail width: 111 - Sidecut radius center: 10 - Binding plate premounted: no - Tip & Tail Rocker - Full Sidewall - Suspension Tips & Tails - 3D Radius Sidecut - Base P-Tex 2100 - Multilayer Woodcore Light 1 - Recommended binding: 7424S1.MA SQUIRE 11 ID 90MM WHITE;7524U1.GE GRIFFON 13 ID 90MM WHITE;7733U1.MA KINGPIN 10 75-100MM BLACK/RED
$649.99
The introduction of the Mantra marked the beginning of Völkl's powerful freeriding ski line – for those who want to ride free without any restrictions but with all the control of a sporty all-mountain design. The Blaze series adds a new dimension for intuitive freeriders who like performance but appreciate a playful, agile feel as well The Blaze 94 weighs just 1,566 g (@ 179 cm) and is a highly versatile ski for outstanding performance in almost any condition. A 0.3 mm thick Titanal binding platform provides direct power transfer and builds pressure quickly for a fast response when switching edges. The ski's faster, more direct response is especially welcome in narrow and rough terrain – and takes less effort too. The secret largely lies in the 3D radius sidecut. The Blaze is designed primarily for short, fast turns, but its three different radii and tip-to-tail hybrid multi-layer wood core adapt to any riding style, however ambitious. Another notable feature is the suspension tip. An elasticated, rubbery material on the tip and tail acts like a bumper, especially in wind-blown and tracked conditions, making the ski more settled and providing fantastic flotation. The Blaze is popular for freeride touring too, thanks to its light weight. That's why Völkl also offers Smart Glue skins tailored to each Blaze model. - Binding plate premounted: no Recommended binding: - 7933U1.MA KINGPIN 13 75-100MM BLACK/RED - 7831T1.CS KINGPIN MWERKS 12 75-100MM BLACK/RED - 7650U1.ES DUKE PT 16 100MM BLACK/GUNMETAL - 7624U1.JB JESTER 16 ID 100MM BLACK/GRAY - 7524U1.GB GRIFFON 13 ID 100MM BLACK
$649.99
The Blaze 94 W is what we like to call "sporty". It delivers on many levels, but it is made for the high-octane delight of a skier that loves to turn on a dime, in every type of terrain. The 0.3mm thick layer of titanal across the binding platform creates an impressively direct power transfer from skier movement to ski action. Keeping the titanal only under the foot creates an incredibly fun and responsive turning experience, immediately from initiation, with little effort. Although it is designed with short turn radius goals, the 3D Radius Sidecut and Hybrid Multilayer Woodcore significantly enhance the ski's liveliness and maneuverability for any turn shape. At only 1427g (@ 165cm length) and with the addition of the Suspension Tip and Tail (basically a rubbery "bumper" for whatever the ski comes in contact with), it is a fantastic touring ski as well. Regardless of resort skiing glory, off-piste endeavors, or backcountry objectives, the Blaze 94 offers an incredibly wide range of use in all conditions. - tip width: 134 - waist width: 94 - tail width: 116 - sidecut radius center: 11 - binding plate premounted: no - recommended binding: 7933U1.MA KINGPIN 13 75-100MM BLACK/RED;7831T1.CS KINGPIN MWERKS 12 75-100MM BLACK/RED;7550U1.ES DUKE PT 12 100MM BLACK/RED;7524U1.GF GRIFFON 13 ID 100MM WHITE
$699.99
The Blaze 106 W is a light, agile powder ski that is constructed with maneuverability in mind. The thin Titanal Binding Platform underfoot harnesses power with little effort, creating an incredibly enjoyable and dynamic turning experience, immediately from initiation. In narrow terrain and/or rough conditions their reaction time is impressive, especially for a powder-width ski. Their full-length Hybrid Multilayer wood core and overall design target short-turn-oriented skiers, but the sidecut’s three-radius technology adapts to almost every riding style. In addition to ripping around the resort, the Blaze 106 W’s also transition into capable freeride touring skis because of their lightweight, yet powerful nature. With the addition of the Suspension Tip, a rubbery, shock-absorbing material on the tip and tail edges, the Blaze 106 W rides high through pow, crud, and wind-buffed snow with playful power. - Binding plate premounted: no Recommended binding: - 7650U1.EB DUKE PT 16 125MM BLACK/GUNMETAL - 7624U1.JC JESTER 16 ID 110MM BLACK/GRAY - 7524U1.GC GRIFFON 13 ID 110MM BLACK - 7831T1.CW KINGPIN MWERKS 12 100-125MM BLACK/RED - 7933U1.MB KINGPIN 13 100-125MM BLACK/RED
$699.99
The Blaze 106 W is a light, agile powder ski that is constructed with maneuverability in mind. The thin Titanal Binding Platform underfoot harnesses power with little effort, creating an incredibly enjoyable and dynamic turning experience, immediately from initiation. In narrow terrain and/or rough conditions their reaction time is impressive, especially for a powder-width ski. Their full-length Hybrid Multilayer Woodcore and overall design target short-turn-oriented skiers, but the sidecut’s three-radius technology adapts to almost every riding style. In addition to ripping around the resort, the Blaze 106 W’s also transition into capable freeride touring skis because of their lightweight, yet powerful nature. With the addition of the Suspension Tip, a rubbery, shock-absorbing material on the tip and tail edges, the Blaze 106 W rides high through pow, crud, and wind-buffed snow with playful power. Details: - Tip width: 146 - Waist width: 106 - Tail width: 128 - Sidecut radius center: 0 - Binding plate premounted: no - 3D Radius Sidecut - Suspension Tips & Tails - Hybrid Multilayer Woodcore 1 - Tip & Tail Rocker - Titanal Binding Platform - Base P-Tex 2100 - Recommended binding: 7933U1.MB KINGPIN 13 100-125MM BLACK/RED;7831T1.CW KINGPIN MWERKS 12 100-125MM BLACK/RED;7550U1.EB DUKE PT 12 125MM BLACK/RED;7524U1.GJ GRIFFON 13 ID 110MM ANTHRACITE/BLACK/RED
$799.99
Eager to tour on your favorite ski but don't want the added weight? The Salomon QST Echo 106 Skis are the answer. This evolution of the acclaimed QST line combines the versatile shape of the QST 106 with a karuba and poplar core, superlight basalt fibers, and cork damplifier material in the tip and tail to create a light but supremely capable backcountry ski. Inspired by Cody Townsend's adventures in the high alpine, the QST Echo thrives in all conditions - suffer-fests and all.
$1,549.99
If you are looking for a powerful mission oriented ski, look no further than the DPS Pagoda Tour 94 C2. This is the thoroughbred touring ski created by DPS for skiing big lines, steep couloirs, early morning fitness laps, and GS turns on groomers. The DPS Pagoda Tour 94 C2 is a powerful that has no known speed limit. Ski fast with confidence and control.
$1,549.99
When the skin track is looking steep and the powder is looking deep you'll happy to have the DPS Pagoda Tour 106 C2 Ski on our feet. This ski uses the popular C2 shape which provides float, stability, and maneuverability in powder and pairs it with a lighter Pagoda Tour construction. This lighter construction consists of full "pre-preg" carbon fiber laminates that are pre-injected with resin to eliminate any extra ounces and a foam, ash, and paulownia core that provides binding retention, weight savings, and damping. The result is a backcountry ski that gets us uphill with fresh legs and downhill with a smile on our face.
$749.99
There are really no bad choices among the Atomic Backland lineup, but if your touring is a balance of winter and spring/summer conditions, the Atomic Backland 100 Skis is one of the best out there. The Backland 100 ticks all the boxes - light enough for extended time on the uphill, stout enough for spirited downhill exertions, just wide enough for a fresh snowfall and with enough torsional stiffness to hang on icy steeps. In sum, a balanced package that will make any touring day a great one.
$749.99
The most versatile touring ski in Atomic's vast lineup of backcountry sticks, the Atomic Backland 98 W Skis get raves from both first-timers and experienced ski tourists who've skied 'em all. Plenty light enough for big days on the skintrack, with enough width and HRZN Tech tips to handle mid-winter deep days, the Backland 98 still has the guts to hang on icy sidehills and steeps. Whether as your first touring setup or your fifth, the Backland 98 W is a surefire winner.
$749.99
The philosophy of taking your tricks out of the park and into the pow has been a trend that suited the Bent Chetler line of skis perfectly, but for years skiers had to choose between the powder hungry 120 and the more low tide-oriented 100. No longer. The Atomic Bent 110 Skis fill the niche so perfectly that they've quickly become the fastest skis to sell out at evo in a long, long while. With an all-purpose twin shape, Combining Powder Rocker with HRZN tips and tails for better float in the deep, and a relatively light construction that lends itself to creativity in air, the Bent 110 does it all with a big smile.
$799.99
You know a company like Armada couldn't just make a standard issue touring ski without putting their own twist on it. The all-new Locator series brings Armada's special blend of freestyle heritage and creative style to the ultralight touring market, and the outcome is something special. The Armada Locator 96 Skis are the most traditional touring skis in the series, with a sub 100 waist width and a respectably airy 1350 gram weight. But those techy uphill numbers are paired with smooth lines and tapered tips to make for a ski you can count on for long, technical missions without sacrificing any fun on the descents. Plus, they're unisex and come in two color options: so you can pick what's best for your style and stature.
$799.99
You know a company like Armada couldn't just make a standard issue touring ski without putting their own twist on it. The all-new Locator series brings Armada's special blend of freestyle heritage and creative style to the ultralight touring market, and the outcome is something special. The Armada Locator 96 Skis are the most traditional touring skis in the series, with a sub 100 waist width and a respectably airy 1350 gram weight. But those techy uphill numbers are paired with smooth lines and tapered tips to make for a ski you can count on for long, technical missions without sacrificing any fun on the descents. Plus, they're unisex and come in two color options: so you can pick what's best for your style and stature.
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