The right tool for the job when it comes to alpine missions. The FINDr 94 span the gap between superlight mountaineering skis and fat, floaty powder skis. They're wide enough to float high on deep days, light enough for long traverses and shaped to feel nimble in firm snow. 3D shaped wood core takes the weight on the scale down, without taking away power transfer. Polyurethane sidewalls (same material found in skateboard wheels) absorb vibration and reduce chatter.
- Flyride Plus construction with a poplar/paulownia wood core and triaxial and quadaxial carbon fibre overlays for flex control without heaviness.
- Triaxial and Quadraxial stitched carbon fibre is strong, light and torsionally stable.
- Premium co-extruded nylon topsheet is durable.
- Traditional camber profile gives great edge control while the early rise tip help lift the ski in powder.
- Polyurethane sidewall for durability and dampness.
- Full thickness alloy steel Rockwell C48 edges provides corrosion resistance.
- Full thickness P-Tex 2000 Electra base.
- Titanal, aluminum mounting plate provides a solid base for your bindings.
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.
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