SEGO Ski Co. Big Horn 106 Ski

SEGO Ski Co. Big Horn 106 Ski
SEGO Ski Co. Big Horn 106 Ski
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Big Horn 106 Ski by SEGO Ski Co.
There are those who ski in straight, symmetrical curves down the entire mountain, and then there are those who will zig and zag from one cliff to the next pillow line in a chaotic, energetic fashion. Sego's Big Horn 106 Ski is certainly the option for the latter. This playful ski would get bored wiggling neat, orderly lines down big mountains; it thrives bouncing off trees, dropping cliffs, and making an absolute mess out of those orderly lines. The Big Horn sports plenty of rocker in the tip and tail to work with the mid-sized 106mm waist for powdery play, and there's enough camber to help you edge through the firmness in search of softer snow. Sego built it out of a poppy poplar core with trixial fiberglass stiffening it up for faster speeds, and there's VDS rubber to dampen vibrations when you're really cruising the corduroy.

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SKU: SGE0002
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