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  Dynafit Beast 98 Ski - Women's K2 Talkback 88 Ski - Women's DPS Skis Yvette T112 Ski - Women's Dynafit Tour 88 Ski - Women's La Sportiva Super Maximo LS Ski - Women's La Sportiva Maximo LS Ski - Women's DPS Skis Yvette 112 Tour 1 Ski - Women's La Sportiva Super Maximo LS Ski - Women's La Sportiva Gara Aero LS Ski - Women's
  Dynafit Beast 98 Ski - Women's K2 Talkback 88 Ski - Women's DPS Skis Yvette T112 Ski - Women's Dynafit Tour 88 Ski - Women's La Sportiva Super Maximo LS Ski - Women's La Sportiva Maximo LS Ski - Women's DPS Skis Yvette 112 Tour 1 Ski - Women's La Sportiva Super Maximo LS Ski - Women's La Sportiva Gara Aero LS Ski - Women's
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Base sintered sintered - sintered World Cup sintered World Cup racing - -
Brand K2 La Sportiva Dynafit La Sportiva DPS Skis La Sportiva DPS Skis La Sportiva Dynafit
Claimed Weight [pair, 160cm] 5lb 1oz [157cm] 2lb 5oz [164cm] 2lb 6oz [158cm] 5lb 5oz, [166cm] 5lb 11oz, [174cm] 5lb 15oz [171cm, pair] 5lb 13oz, [178cm, pair] 5lb 15oz [pair, 168cm] 6lb 11.2oz [171cm, pair] 5lb 13oz, [178cm, pair] 5lb 15oz [168cm] 2lb 14oz [pair] 3lb [163cm] 5lb 13oz, [170cm] 6lb 3oz, [177cm] 6lb 8oz
Construction half-cap Piuma Quadriaxial 3D tech (half-cap) cap Tour1 cap Tour 1 (cap) 14 layer (cap) sandwich
Core Paulownia-Tour-Lite (Titanal spine, carbon and fiberglass laminate, paulownia wood) wood Air Core (paulownia and poplar wood) wood, fiberglass laminate balsa wood wood, fiberglass laminate balsa wood Aramid, carbon Air Flex (ash and poplar wood)
Dimensions 121 / 88 / 109mm [157cm] 121 / 94 / 110mm [164cm] 121 / 92 / 110mm [158cm] 121 / 86 / 105mm, [166cm] 122 / 87 / 106mm, [174cm] 123 / 88 / 107mm 127mm / 94mm / 116mm 141 / 112 / 128mm 127mm / 94mm / 116mm 141 / 112 / 128mm 91 / 65 / 80mm [163cm] 123 / 95 / 114mm, [170cm] 124 / 96 / 115mm, [177cm] 125 / 97 / 116mm
Length 153cm, 160cm, 167cm 157cm, 164cm 158cm, 166cm, 174cm 171cm, 178cm 158cm, 168cm 171cm, 178cm 158cm, 168cm 157cm 163cm, 170cm, 177cm
Manufacturer Warranty 2 years 1 year 2 year 1 year 2 years 1 year 2 years 1 year 2 year
Profile All-Terrain Rocker (rockered tip and tail, camber underfoot) camber tip and tail rocker, camber underfoot Low Omega rockered tip and tail, camber underfoot Low Omega rockered tip, camber underfoot early rise tip, camber underfoot Double Elipse (full rocker)
Recommended Use backcountry skiing backcountry skiing, randonee, ski mountaineering backcountry skiing, alpine touring backcountry touring all-mountain skiing, backcountry skiing, freeride/powder skiing backcountry touring backcountry touring, powder randonee, ski mountaineering backcountry skiing
Turn Radius [160cm] 16m [157cm] 17.8m [164cm] 18m [158cm] 14.5m, [166cm] 16m, [174cm] 18m [171cm] 18.5m, [178cm] 20.5 [168cm] 15m [171cm] 18.5m, [178cm] 20.5 [168cm] 15m 20.6m [163cm] 16m, [170cm] 17m, [177cm] 18m

Dynafit Beast 98 Ski - Women's

Finding the best snow a week after the last storm requires some additional effort. When those sheltered north-facing couloirs seem like the best bet, step into the Dynafit Women's Beast 98 Ski as you get ready for the long skin into your line. The ski is built around a stout ash and poplar wood core that helps save weight during the skin up and maintains stability when you're skiing aggressively on bigger terrain. The ski's 98mm waist puts an emphasis on versatility, so it'll handle everything from windboard at the top, sheltered pow in the middle, to a little bit of the crusty stuff when the apron starts to twist to the east. The Beast isn't your typical backcountry ski, though—its Double Elipse profile consists of a full rocker profile to give the ski a predictable and playful feel as you enter and exit a turn.

  • Versatile backcountry ski ideal for powder-seeking tours
  • Midfat 98mm waist makes the most of variable conditions
  • Full rocker profile has a floaty and predictable feel
  • Full sidewall construction is durable and stable
  • Ride Tip helps reduce chatter when conditions turn firm
  • Carbon and fiberglass laminates increase torsional rigidity
  • Item #DNF00CO
  • Hi this is hub with back country calm out. Enjoying a beautiful spring day and the Wasatch mountains here near our home base in park city utah I'm standing here with the beast 16 binding we alluded to this a little bit earlier in the year that we are going to be one of the few actually the only online retailer in. North america that's going to be allowed to carry this binding we're gonna have. Roughly a hundred pairs for the fall winter 13-14 season it's a very limited. Release there's 2,500 worldwide 850 in north america and a hundred of those are gonna be here at back country calm i want. To go through a few of the technical aspects of the beast binding because it's obviously quite a bit different than a lot of the dena fit products that you've seen in the past first thing I'd like to kind of mention is obviously you can tell it still has the tech inserts that we've come to know and love from the dena fit brand which allows you great freedom of motion when you're hiking uphill there's nothing there's no resistance points as you're climbing also you're climbing more off the ball of your foot as opposed to having a pivot point that's a little further in the front which feels like more of a natural walk motion so as with a lot of. The other dena fit bindings this button is going to allow you to enter the binding by simply pressing down on it the teeth will open up and then you'll allow you to sit into the tech inserts in the front of your boot now when you're actually going into walk mode this throw would go forward which. Prevents the toe piece from actually pivoting now when you do go into ski mode and you put your throw back in place here you will actually have the binding that's gonna pivot laterally in the front which is something completely new for dena fit and it's going to allow you a lot better release in terms. Of lateral release as well as vertical release from the binding now on the heel. Of the binding obviously this looks quite a bit bigger than anything that we've seen from dena fit in the past and as i mentioned before the dena fit. Binding even though it's quite a bit burly are looking it still is keeping the weight you know shaved down at night 35 grams is still a really lightweight binding for the amount of safety. Protection and performance that you're going to get out of this piece now the first thing that obviously you're going to notice is the pins have changed from a round pin they've had in the past with all the dena fit tech bindings to an oval eyes pin now the oval eyes pin is going to have more surface area so it has greater contact with the boot and with greater contact with the boot you'll be able to transfer the energy a lot easier to the ski and it's going to give you a lot more lateral rigidity on the downhill now when you're actually going to go you know if i was going to step into this binding and go into ski mode all i would simply do is step in you'd be locked in and ready to go now when we're gonna go into tour mode you would engage the front of the binding and then all you do is pull this first throw down and it's going to lock out. Both the brake and put in your primary climbing post for your uphill mode now. You have a secondary climbing post which. Actually will flip over and you can easily flip it over with a pole and it locks into place on top of the secondary climbing post it's easier to just you can pop it out with your pole get it back in place like that the other things that you're going to notice right off the bat is the increased size of the. Spring in the rear of the binding now this does have a release value of 16 as I've mentioned before which is not dim standard because no tech bindings at this point are actually din released standard but what is known as its release value so it's going to be very comfortable to that if you're familiar with a din setting the other thing is obviously it does have two points of adjustment here for your din which is going to adjust the upper spring and then as well as your lateral release which is going to be adjusted from the rear of the binding now when you want to go out get your skins off and everything you're done at the top all you do is pop this right out-of-place click it back step in and you're ready to go now the. Other really important factor here is the elasticity of the entire binding in the past a concern has been the people you know if they were coming off a large air or really compressing on the tail coming out at a high speed turn but the pins can actually move a little bit in the back of the boot which generally speaking is not a problem with this new rear piece and front pivoting a toe piece it. Actually has an elasticity to the entire binding that will keep the pins at a constant pressure with the rear of your boot so you never have to worry about pre releasing from this binding this is the beast 16 binding we're really excited to be the exclusive online retailer for dena fit in north america to offer this to the consumer if you. Have any more questions about the binding about the process of mounting the boots and bindings and skis together feel free to call our gear heads, and they can answer any questions that you may have on this any dena fit product or any other product that we have a back country comm.

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    K2 Talkback 88 Ski - Women's

    As the middle child in K2's women's backcountry-specific ski lineup, the Talkback 88 Ski has the versatility to tackle long alpine missions or quick spring laps with equal zeal. Its narrower 88-millimeter waist won't weight you down on the skintrack, and, when paired with the rockered tip and tail, offers up just the right amount of flotation in softer snow. Since every backcountry adventure isn't always powder-filled, underfoot camber gives this ski a reliable edge hold on any firmer snow you may encounter.

    K2 shaved some weight of the Talkback 88 this season, yet managed to maintain excellent downhill performance when it comes time to strip skins. A Titanal spine and carbon reinforcement is to thank for this ski's impressive power and stability, while the paulownia wood core is responsible for its efficiently light weight on steep ascents. K2 completed the Talkback with snow-shedding topsheets to ensure that you aren't weighted down by piles of powder as you head back up the skinner for lap four of the day.

  • Lightweight touring ski to crush steep ascents and style steep lines
  • 88mm waist for quick ascents and fun, nimble descents
  • Rockered tip and tail add float in softer snow
  • Underfoot camber reliably holds an edge on unexpected ice patches
  • Titanal spine and carbon reinforcement delivers power and stability
  • Paulownia wood core is efficient on ascents and strong on descents
  • Hydrophobic topsheets dump snow when you're skinning
  • Skin grommets help keep climbing skins securely in place
  • Item #K2S00HJ
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    DPS Skis Yvette T112 Ski - Women's

    DPS's Yvette shape, the fattest of its women-specific line, is now offered with the backcountry-specific Tour1 construction for a ski that's incredibly efficient on the uphill, yet slays big lines and powder with absolute ease. A 112 millimeter waist easily keeps you afloat on the deepest days of the season, but the rockered tip and tail, underfoot camber, and generous sidecut keep you content on days spent skiing hardpack in the resort. DPS's women-specific line isn’t simply a watered-down version of its hard-charging skis, either. The Yvette is built with the exact same construction, only with a slightly shifted mounting point for easier turn initiation.

    The Tour1 construction keeps the Yvette lightweight enough to compete with other backcounry-specific skis on the market, but also boasts features that makes the ski perform impressively well on the descent. The carbon fiber laminate dampens vibrations for a smooth, stable ride, and maintains torsional stiffness for effective turns. A lightweight balsa wood core further dampens the ski, yet makes each turn poppy and playful for a smile-inducing ride that will have you wishing winter lasted all year long.

  • Shred big backcountry lines with this lightweight, versatile ski
  • 112mm waist floats you in waist-deep powder
  • Rockered tip and tail keep ski easy to maneuver in tight trees
  • Underfoot camber provides excellent edge control when snow is firm
  • Carbon laminate construction ensures an energetic, stiff ride
  • Balsa wood core keeps ski responsive for fun with every turn
  • Item #DPK001T
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    Dynafit Tour 88 Ski - Women's

    Slogging up a steep skintrack with a heavy set of boards attached to your legs will turn your quads to mush before you can get to the top of your line. Strap Dynafit's Tour 88 Women's Ski to your legs, though, and you'll be fresh and ready to center punch your line with a lively pair of gams. Dynafit designed the Tour 88 as an efficient backountry tool that will handle long tours and variable conditions with aplomb. The skinny 88mm waist keeps the ski light for the ascent and nimble when you're making hop turns down a narrow couloir or icy face. Dynafit surrounded the sturdy poplar and paulownia wood core with layers of fiberglass and carbon to balance weight and torsional rigidity, and even through in mini sidewalls so it won't be game over when you eventually tag a death cookie or rock with one of the edges.

  • Efficient backcountry skis for long tours and big objectives
  • Skinny 88mm waist ideal for variable alpine conditions
  • Tip rocker with slightly raised tail to ease turn initiation
  • Camber underfoot offers reliable edge-hold on firm snow
  • 3D Tech construction balances strength and weight
  • Poplar and paulownia wood core has a light and stable feel
  • Carbon and fiberglass laminates increase stiffness and save weight
  • Item #DNF00CL
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    La Sportiva Super Maximo LS Ski - Women's

    There are those that prefer a lightweight skin to the top over all else, including downhill performance, and then there are those that take La Sportiva's Super Maximo LS Ski out for a tour and don't have to choose. Built with SKI TRAB Lightweight Technology, the Super Maximo is both extremely lightweight yet rich with anti-torsional strength. The core is built from 14 different layers in order to reduce vibration, using lightweight wood interlaced with higher-strength wood, then reinforced with a fiberglass box. This process delivers both torsional rigidity and durability to an otherwise lightweight ride.

    When it comes to downhill performance, the Super Maximo LS is well adapted to a wide range of snow conditions. It features La Sportiva's progressive Attivo shape, well tuned for adept steering, floatability, and forgiving turn initiation. This innovative shape ensures gradual entry into fresh snow, yet provides plenty of contact on sun-affected crust. Plus, the 94mm waist underfoot is wide enough to handle last night's big dump, yet narrow enough that it deals well with any wind-buffed slopes you might encounter on your way down.

  • A well-balanced touring ski for mixed conditions in the backcountry
  • Medium waist underfoot delivers reliable performance in most snow
  • Low Omega profile improves maneuverability and turn initiation
  • Cap construction minimizes weight during uphill travel
  • Lightweight wood core is reinforced for torsional rigidity
  • Swallow tails designed for skins, stability, and steering precision
  • Item #LSP00EH
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    La Sportiva Maximo LS Ski - Women's

    Your penchant for human-powered descents may lead some to call you a glutton for punishment, but that could have something to do with the fact that they've never skied the La Sportiva Women's Maximo LS Ski. With a lightweight construction that will fly up steep skintracks like you're on an escalator and a fun-having progressive shape, this ultralight offering from La Sportiva will keep a smile plastered on your face whether you're skinning to the base of a steep couloir or making hop turns down a line you've been dreaming about skiing all season.

    La Sportiva teamed up with with Italy's Ski Trab to produce the Maximo LS. Building its skis in Italy, Ski Trab specializes in ultralight backcountry skis that inspire confidence on the descent. Utilizing Ski Trab's 14-layer Technology, the Maximo is home to a wood core with air canals to save weight and a stiff-but-light construction to keep the Maximo responsive when you're confronted with less-than-ideal conditions. Adding to the ski's overall skiability, La Sportiva commissioned the Maximo to be built with the Low Omega Profile, which makes initiating turns a breeze and reduces the chance of hooking up edges as you exit your turn, giving the skis a fluid, easy-to-ski feel when you're making your way down techy lines in the alpine.

  • Touring ski that rocks the uphill and doesn't skimp on the downhill
  • 92mm waist offers plenty of float in pow and is quick edge to edge
  • Camber profile gives you good edge hold on exposed faces and ice
  • Short turn radius boosts control in tight trees and rocks
  • Wood core with air canals is lightweight, stable, and responsive
  • Carbon reinforcements boost torsional rigidity and stability
  • High quality sintered base easily glides across flat areas
  • Item #LSP00JD
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    DPS Skis Yvette 112 Tour 1 Ski - Women's

    The DPS Women's Yvette 112 Tour 1 Ski is a lightweight fatty designed to help you set the skintrack on a deep powder day, and enjoy the fluffy ride back to the car. Its wide waist keeps you afloat only when you want to, since you also prefer sinking down into snorkel-like depths about half the time on the downhill. You like sinking down on the downhill almost as much as you dislike sinking down on the uphill, which makes the Yvette's rockered, shoveled, and wider tip all the more enjoyable. It keeps your nose above the snow so you can navigate switchbacks a little easier. This Yvette comes with DPS's lightest construction to keep you nimble on you feet, and considering each ski weighs less than three pounds, you might end up one of the lightest skier in the backcountry.

  • A touring-specific ski designed with powder in mind
  • Wide waist assures proper flotation in soft snow
  • Rockered, shoveled tip navigates powder on uphill and down
  • Camber underfoot employs a surprisingly tight turn radius
  • Tour 1 construction keeps each ski under three pounds
  • Item #DPK001B
  • Hi it's andrew from back country skiing. Canada.com we're here at boulder hut adventures you can see the hut behind us here. Just wrapping up a week of fun ski touring and want to talk to you about the tour one waner 112 we've been. Checking out for the weekend for. Most of the season actually the tour one. Is one of three constructions options. Offered by dps you also have a pure. Three which is a stiffer somewhat heavier ski and a hybrid which is has. Some carbon but more traditional construction as well this is new this year I'd have to say the most remarkable thing about the thing about it is its weight the weight for the tour one is. Only one thousand five hundred and. Fifty grams and that's for 184 ski this. Is the 184 ski that we have here let's remarkably light especially with a benefit binding as we have them here just saying a little bit about the dimensions 141 at the tip 112 here and. 126 excuse me 128 here we've also reviewed. The regular construction of the winter. 112 if you'd like to see that review check it out right here so what's. Different about the tour one construction is its it's also a prep reg. Carbon glass fiber laminate construction. Unlike the regular winter 112 there's a. Full cap here you can see here and there's a balsa core and textured. Polymide talk is what the top sheet is. And also like many dps skis they call. This paddle tech which means it's wider. At this point here so we've had a. Variety of conditions here at boulder. Hut over the week and this is a perfect. Ski for good conditions it's outstanding. On the up track because it's remarkably light like way lighter than anything. That i personally have ever skied. But when you get into hard pack. Conditions or gender. You know breakable cross stuff like that it might not be the ski to go with but. In the powder that we've had this week it was awesome and it's a great. All-around ski so again this is the dps. Winner 112 tours one and just saying now. It comes in a 168 a 184 and a 190 cm i. Wouldn't recommend this as a one quiver. Ski its kind of specialty ski because. It's its so lightweight it's not really. You can't really ski it very effectively on the area but it's the perfect tool. For good conditions back country missions. Especially long ones that's it. Andrew from back country skiing canada if you'd like to see more reviews and read trip reports and read the forum's go to. Backcountry skiing canada calm thank you.

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    La Sportiva Super Maximo LS Ski - Women's

    There are those that prefer a lightweight skin to the top over all else, including downhill performance, and then there are those that take La Sportiva's Super Maximo LS Ski out for a tour and don't have to choose. Built with SKI TRAB Lightweight Technology, the Super Maximo is both extremely lightweight yet rich with anti-torsional strength. The core is built from 14 different layers in order to reduce vibration, using lightweight wood interlaced with higher-strength wood, then reinforced with a fiberglass box. This process delivers both torsional rigidity and durability to an otherwise lightweight ride.

    When it comes to downhill performance, the Super Maximo LS is well adapted to a wide range of snow conditions. It features La Sportiva's progressive Attivo shape, well tuned for adept steering, floatability, and forgiving turn initiation. This innovative shape ensures gradual entry into fresh snow, yet provides plenty of contact on sun-affected crust. Plus, the 94mm waist underfoot is wide enough to handle last night's big dump, yet narrow enough that it deals well with any wind-buffed slopes you might encounter on your way down.

  • A well-balanced touring ski for mixed conditions in the backcountry
  • Medium waist underfoot delivers reliable performance in most snow
  • Low Omega profile improves maneuverability and turn initiation
  • Cap construction minimizes weight during uphill travel
  • Lightweight wood core is reinforced for torsional rigidity
  • Swallow tails designed for skins, stability, and steering precision
  • Item #LSP00EH
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    La Sportiva Gara Aero LS Ski - Women's

    La Sportiva teamed up with Ski Trab to produce the ultralight, vert-devouring Women's Gara Aero LS Ski. Built to the specifications of gram-counting rando racers, the Gara Aero sports an feather light weight that will fly up the mountain and progressive shape that will inspire confidence once you rips skins and point 'em down the mountain.

    Ski Trab built this ski in Italy with its ultralight 14-layer technology. The technology utilizes 14 different layers, including carbon, fiberglass, wood, and Aramid, that wrap around the ultralight honeycomb core to reduce vibration and increase rigidity while tipping the scales at feathery 3lb. In the end, all these materials simply mean the Gara Aero will remain nimble on the ascent and stable on the descent. The progressive shape consists of an early rise tip to ease turn initiation in difficult conditions and plenty of camber underfoot to give the ski the ability to carve smooth turns when the terrain and conditions allow for it.

  • A vert-hungry skimo ski for crushing the competition
  • Early rise tip eases turn initiation
  • Camber underfoot lets you carve confidently on the descent
  • Carbon fiber provides strength without the weight
  • Honeycomb core reduces vibrations
  • Cap construction is super durable
  • La Sportiva teamed up with Ski Trab to create this ultralight race-ready offering
  • Item #LSP00ED
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