A ski for the rad woman who wants easy handling freeride pleasure.
Above all else, skiing should be fun. And for those that value effortless turns and seamless connection to the snow over powerful rigidity (aka: a ski you have to work a little harder to bend), the Yumi 80 is a fantastic option. The Multilayer Woodcore and Full Sidewall still provide a dynamic ski experience, but the Glass Frame is more forgiving and easier to control than a ski with a Titanal Frame. The 3D Radius Sidecut gives the ski surprising turn shape versatility, agile for short turns while still supporting big sweeping arcs. The Yumi 80 brings the fun when it comes to performance, on and even off-piste - when the snow is soft and irresistible.
- 3D RADIUS SIDECUT
Three radii in one ski for maximum turning & speed versatility in all mountain skiing
- GLASS FRAME
The Glass Frame offers a wide range of skiers effortless access to dynamics and sportiness while serving stability and shock absorption in the shovel and tail area of the ski.
- MULTILAYER WOODCORE
The combination of beech and poplar results in an extremely durable wood core composed of hard wood in the binding area and lighter wood around.
- ROCKER: Tip & Tail Rocker
- CORE: Multilayer Woodcore
- BASE: P-Tex 2100
- RECOMMENDED BINDING: Marker Squire 11 ID; 90 mm
- SKIING LEVEL: Beginner, Intermediate
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Understanding boot and binding compatibility can be complicated. Alpine or Alpine Touring? ISO what?
With multiple boot/binding standards designed for different applications and skier types, finding the right gear requires more knowledge and expertise than ever before.
Contact us to navigate your options and discover what's right for you.
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