An all-mountain, all-season ski with maximum versatility. Its Tour 1 construction is lighter than Pure3 options, so it prioritizes swiftness and ease for uphill touring and retains the class-leading downhill performance of the Wailer RP line. This season's model has a lower tip and tail rocker to increase stability and power in chop and hardpack. With a responsive, intuitive, and playful ride, the 112RP2 Tour is an excellent choice for those seeking out a lightweight touring machine that won't sap the fun from the descent.
- Tour1 construction is a backcountry build that emphasizes fast ascents and class-leading downhill performance. Carbon laminate is exceptionally light with moderate damping, power and edge hold.
- Balsa wood core combined with a larger-than-ever sweet spot results in a ski that's stable, floaty and lively in the turns.
- Full cap construction with a textured nylon top sheet.
- Paddle tech sidecut is tapered, with flatter sections that blend at the contact points to make it a smooth, smooth driver.
- Sidewalls are UHMW (Ptex).
- Narrow profile Rockwell 48 steel edges provide excellent edge control without sacrificing a playful, floaty ride.
- World Cup Race base is fast and hard for exceptional performance.
Beginner: new or getting back into skiing. Intermediate: confident with turning and stopping. Advanced: highly confident carver. Expert: steeps, drops, park, double blacks -- bring it on.
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.