For skiers who get out there... way out there. Built to handle any and all backcountry conditions, the Wayback 106 is an all-around ski for long backcountry forays. It has a satisfying 106mm width underfoot, but it's not so fat it'll bog you down on the uptrack. It performs well on hard technical snow, and has the width to float smoothly in deep or mixed conditions. All Terrain Rocker with early rise tip and camber underfoot provides versatility and easy turning performance for skiers of all abilities, in any snow conditions. A good choice for all-around backcountry skiing and hut tours.
- Ti SpYne uses a titanal insert to improve dampening, stability and edge grip.
- Carbon Overdrive uses carbon stringer to improve stiffness while remaining lightweight.
- All-terrain rocker with 30% tip rocker, 70% camber underfoot for hard and soft snow performance.
- Progressive sidecut provides easy turning and handling for skiers of any ability.
- Snophobic topsheet reduces snow buildup and fatigue while breaking trail.
- Tip and tail skin grommets can also be used to build a rescue sled.
- Tapered tip and tail have a flat profile that makes them easy to plunge if needed.
|Ideal for||Alpine touring|
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.
|Rocker/camber profile||Rocker tip|