Perhaps the best ski to come out of the old makeshift wood press. This is when I knew I could make high performing skis if I kept going.
Lightweight, slight side cut, springy, wide and floaty… this ski seemed to have it all.
Hemlock became my core of choice mostly for the lightweight springy feel it has on the snow. It snaps back like an archers bow but underfoot is so light that they seem to do exactly what I ask them to do.
The swallow tail added to some deep snow control and tail release in the steep stuff. I slapped my touring bindings on these, cut some skins for em, and they are still my touring ski 3 years later. These guys rip.
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