The Nanuq has the width to float in powder, and this season it's just a little fatter. But it still has enough lightness to fight fatigue, and the power to push limits in most conditions. A versatile setup that feels stable and solid on firm snow and smooth when riding softer conditions.
- Traditional vertical sidewalls and a torsion box internal layup. Versatile construction provides tremendous grip, stability, and a smooth ride.
- Multi-layer wood core uses different densities to give the ski resilience and snap.
- Tip rocker is only bent up in the tip area, with traditional camber in the midsection and tail.
- Vertical sidewalls shed snow and the torsion box layup provides agility and lively flex.
Sandwich and combination construction is generally used for big freeride-style skis while the lighter structural cap type of construction is more commonly found on cross-country skis.
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