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K2 Pinnacle 88 Ti
The K2 Pinnacle 88 Ti Skis are back with an updated construction featuring a fir and aspen blend reinforced with a layer of metal for stability at higher speeds. Capable of serious vert and speed, but also totally approachable for riders of all skill levels, the 88 Ti is a fantastic all mountain explorer thanks to its all-terrain design and low swing weight.
Sizes: 163, 170, 177, 184
Line Pandora 94 Ski – Womens
For the adventurous ladies among us, the Pandora 94 offers serious all-mountain performance in a lightweight and nimble package. Equipped with Line’s Magic Finger carbon filaments, this ski has a poppy, responsive feel that is well suited to finessed skiers. The lightweight Aspenlite core keeps the ski planted but still easy to throw around when the skiing gets a little more tight and technical. Tip and tail rocker round out the design enable easy pivots and additional flotation in deep snow.
Line Pescado Ski
Line’s Pescado has the fattest tip you’ve ever seen and a soft, playful flex that complements its swallowtail design for the ultimate in slashy, surfy powder freeriding. These are purpose-built for the deepest days of the season – the perfect ski for big Japanese snowflalls for sure. Loads of tip rocker plus a 5-Cut Sidecut (with a blend of multiple radii) give you excellent manoeuvrability and agility in tight lines while also assisting float. These things are pretty much unsinkable and you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more playful directional powder ski on the market.
Line Sakana Ski
The Sakana is the playful, floaty carving ski you didn’t know you needed. Taking cues from its big brother, the Pescado, the Sakana features a distinctive swallowtail design and wide forebody providing excellent float and a unique, surfy feel in deep snow. This is no one trick pony though; a tight radius, camber underfoot and long effective edge make for the kind of snappy, energetic carving turns you typically expect from narrower skis. Offering something a little different from the usual all-mountain sticks and bound to turn heads in the lift line, the Sakana Skis are a worthy addition to any quiver.
Line Sick Day 104 SkiNot everyone has room in their garage or their wallet for multiple pairs of skis, and those searching for “The One” should seriously consider the Line Sick Day 104 Skis. Catering to a wide range of ability levels and styles, there’s little these all-mountain sticks can’t do to put a smile on your face. The 104mm waist offers excellent float in deeper snow while still allowing solid edge control on the firmer stuff, while the Aspen core and tip to tail Carbon Magic Fingers™ filaments provide plenty of power in a zippy, lightweight package.
Line Vision 108 Ski
Open your eyes to the super versatile freetour ready Line Vision 108 Skis. Playful in soft snow yet stable rocketing out the bottom of your dream couloir, with Line’s new Triple Hybrid construction for a perfect balance of lightweight exploration and big mountain domination.
Marker Baron 13 EPF
As the lighter cousin to the Duke with a DIN setting up 13, the Baron has earned its stripes as a favorite amongst big mountain, backcountry enthusiasts. Extended Power Frame (EPF), with its extra-wide connection to the ski, gives it the structure needed to power today’s wider skis through any snow conditions, whether inside or outside the resort. The 10 mm wider drilling pattern blasts the Baron into a new stratosphere of power, with a DIN setting up 13. In addition the Baron 13 EPF also comes with Sole.ID and the easy-to-handle climbing aid.
Sizes: S 265 – 325; 110 mm | L 305 – 365; 110 mm
Marker F12 Tour EPF
Marker’s F12 Tour EPF is ideal for skiers who want to cross over from alpine touring to resort skiing on occasion. EPF (Extended Power Frame) features a super wide connection to the ski, maximmizing power transmission and enhancing the downhill skiing ability of this exceptional uphill climbing product. The Extended Power Frame enables you for enjoy the widest touring skis also when the terrain gets rough and sloppy. On top it makes turn initiation easier in any snow conditions.
Sizes: S 265 – 325; 110 mm | L 305 – 365; 110 mm
Marker Kingpin 10
When it comes to tech bindings you can use for daily skiing, the Marker Kingpin 10 Alpine Touring Ski Bindings still rule the roost. Light enough for adventurous touring but tough enough to slap on your daily drivers, the Kingpin 10 simply gets the job done with a weight of only 758 grams per foot. In addition, the power transmission with the spring-loaded Kingpin heel unit is a an improvement you’ll feel over the traditional twin-pin tech heel connection. A favorite of hard charging backcountry types and working snow professionals. *Please Note: These bindings have updated toe pieces from Marker and are not affected by the August, 2018 recall.*
Sizes (mm): 100-125