2016/2017 Catalog







Telemark / Alpine Touring /Alpine/ Backcountry Skis



Telemark / A.T.

Backcountry Touring

Alpine Skis

Atomic Vantage X 80 CTi—with bindings                      

The Vantage X CTi is the worthy successor to Atomic’s legendary, best-selling all-mountain ski—the Blackeye Ti—but 20% lighter, and even stronger via the addition of full-width carbon fiber mesh, and a Titanium backbone to its Power Wood Core. The net result is an ideal all-mountain ski with the perfect blend of piste power and all-mountain agility tailor made for advancing intermediate through expert skiers. Another Vantage X 80 plus is their integrated Warden 13 MNC (Multi Norm Certified) bindings that come with high-folding “Free ski” brakes, and are compatible with all types of soles – DIN (5-13), Touring (A.T.), and Walk-To-Ride (WTR) –fitting every normed boot on the market—perfect for skiers who want one binding for all-mountain piste and “side country” skiing. Profile: 121.5/80/110 (173). Radius: 15.2-m. Rocker: 10/90/0. Sizes: 166, 173, 180.                 


Special Price: $799.00

Atomic Vantage X 75 CTi—with bindings

With solid power transmission and smooth handling, the Atomic Vantage X 75 CTI is an all-mountain ski that really comes into its own on prepared terrain. The X75 CTi shares the titanium backbone, full width carbon fiber mesh, and Power weed core with its Vantage X 80 CTi brethren (see above) to ensure effective power transmission, and exceptionally smooth skiing. The Vantage X 75 CTi is ideal for advancing beginner through strong intermediate skiers who need a quality all-mountain ski that will slay with hem as their skiing skills improve. Atomic XT 12 integrated bindings allow the ski to flex naturally for outstanding edge control / bump absorption, and its computer measured DIN settings adjust from 4 to 12. Profile: 116-75-105 (171-cm.) Radius: 14.6-m. Rocker: 10/90/0. Sizes: 163, 170, 177.


Special Price: $599.00

Atomic Vantage X 77 C W—with bindings

TThe lightweight Atomic Vantage X 77 C W is a modern system ski with a fantastic blend of on-piste stability and all-mountain agility–perfect for  beginning / intermediate to advanced female skiers. Women specific Flex Zones influence the flex of the ski to varying degrees, maximizing smoothness and ski control. The V-shape of the Vantage 77C W has two benefits: the broad shovel delivers optimum lift while the narrow tail makes it easier to carve turns. And, thanks to its Adaptive Rocker, this ski also performs supremely in virgin snow. The Atomic XTO 10 Lady integrated bindings allow the ski to flex naturally for outstanding edge control, and bump absorption, and their computer measured DIN settings adjust from 3 to 10. Profile: 114-77-100 (154-cm.) Radius: 14.1-m  Rocker: 15/85/0. Sizes: 142, 148, 154, 160. Rocker: 10/90/0. Sizes: 163, 170, 177.


pecial Price: $499.00

Telemark / A.T.

Voile Supercharger

The new Supercharger is a whole new breed of ski. Taking some of the magic from their award winning V8 and V6 skis Voile kept the tail flat, tightened the turning radius, and gave the Supercharger a more rounder flex for more responsive, intuitive turns. All of which means the ski stays flickable in technical or treed terrain, yet can still hold big, carving turns in bowls or on hard-pack. Additionally, Voile gave the ski a tuned-down version of their signature hybrid so it won’t hook in choppy, variable conditions, and, as with all Voile skis, you can “supercharge” uphill because of the ski’s lightweight wood, carbon / fiberglass, construction. Whatever it snows, the Supercharger is up to the task. the Supercharger is available in the following lengths: 171-cm (137-104-121, 6 lbs. 13 oz.), 178-cm (140-106-124, 7 lbs. 3 oz.), 185-cm. (143-108-126, 7 lbs. 10 Oz.)        

$ 695.00

Voile V8

When the brand new Voile V8 backcountry skis received an Editor's Choice Award in Backcountry Magazine, the people at Voile who had skied the ski over the previous Winter were nowhere near surprised because they knew how its wide shovel and tapered tail give it effortless, agile float, how its tighter side-cut radius and shortened running length keep it playful when you want it, and stable when you need it, how its revolutionary combination of next-gen hybrid rocker and legendary lightweight construction is so damn good, it blows the boots off of everyone who goes near it. All hail Voile V8 skis, the one true king of the big mountain backcountry. And, it doesn’t cost a couple of extremities, either. Made in the U.S.A., the V8 is available in the following lengths: 165-cm (134-107-117, 6 lbs. 1 oz.), 176-cm (141-112-123, 7 lbs. 5 oz.), 186-cm. (146-115-126, 8 lbs.), 193-cm. (150-119-130, 8 lbs. 12 oz.).        

$ 695.00

Voile V6

A trimmer, more maneuverable version of the inimitable V8, the V6 is the purist’s everyday powder ski. It has the same wide shovel, round flex, and tapered tail that made the V8 an instant classic, but with a slimmer waist and lower weight for greater versatility. Take it out of bounds or deep into the backcountry, but beware, once you try it, you’ll want to take it every time. The V6 is available in the following lengths: 163-cm (126-96-108, 6 lbs. 2 oz.), 173-cm (129-98-110, 6 lbs. 9 oz.), 178-cm. (131-99-111, 6 lbs. 12 Oz.), 183-cm. (133-100-113, 7 lbs. 6 oz., 188-cm. (135-102-115, 7 lbs. 14 oz. Oz.)        

$ 695.00

Voile Vector BC

Yes, this ski has a waxless kick and glide base that will win the race on approaches, and eliminate the drugge of continually fussing with skins over undulating, moderate terrain. Inspired by the hybrid rocker design of the award winning Voile Drifter and Voile Charger skis, the Vector BC is an ultra lightweight, vertical grabbing, edging machine. From long backcountry tours to a day of cranking turns inbounds, the Vector BC is a truly unique package with it's mid-fat width, super light weight, and powder friendly hybrid rocker design. Made in the U.S.A., the Vector BC is available in the following lengths: 160-cm. (115-92-104, 5 lbs. 8 oz.), 170-cm (118-94-107, 6 lbs.), 180-cm (121-96-110, 6 lbs. 14 oz..

$ 625.00

Madshus Annum

For some years there has been a need for a wide, stable waxless ski that could be used by climbers for approaches and descents, and by Telemark, touring skiers who wanted to avoid getting bogged down spending inordinate amounts of time fussing with adhesive skins when touring on varied terrain. Enter the Swiss Army knife of backcountry skis, the Madshus Annum: a carbon reinforced wood-core, single cambered, metal-edged ski with plenty of width for good floatation, lots of side-cut for excellent turnability, and a weight that’s a pound or two lighter than much of what’s gets sold as backcountry skis these days. The Tele / touring population will gravitate toward the 22 Designs Vice, or Axl bindings, and light / moderate weight plastic boots on these skis, while A.T. skiers will want to take advantage of the G3 Onyx / Ruby tech bindings, or Fritschi Eagle for boots without tech fittings. Note: this is an “improved” version of the venerable Karhu Guide of a few years ago. Profile: 109-78-95. Weight: 2622 gr. (185-cm.).

$ 370.00

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Special Price: $329.95

Madshus Epoch

The Epoch is a waxless metal-edged touring ski that’s designed to turn effectively on moderate descents, and move efficiently on flat and rolling terrain. The deep side-cut of the ski intimates turns easily, while the substantial width promotes stability and floatation in soft, loose snow. The Epoch has more positive camber than the Madshus Annum (see above), and will be bit more effective at “kick-and-glide” touring than the wider, flatter, more Alpine-cambered ski. Note: this is an “improved” version of the venerable Karhu 10th Mountain of a few years ago. Profile: 99-68-84. Weight: 2530 gr.

$ 340.00

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Special Price: $299.95


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