SEGO Ski Co. Cleaver 102 Ski

SEGO Ski Co. Cleaver 102 Ski
SEGO Ski Co. Cleaver 102 Ski
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Cleaver 102 Ski by SEGO Ski Co.
In the same way you use a sharpened knife to whittle wood, you use Sego's Cleaver 102 Ski to schralp all the snow on the entire mountain. Sego calls this ski an all-mountain aficionado, but its mid-sized 102mm waist indicates a slight bias for big mountains and deep powder. The mustachioed rocker at the tip--along with the pencil thin rockered tail--play in powder like a surfer riding tight tubes, and there's minimal camber underfoot to hold an edge when you come across variable conditions. Sego made most of the Cleaver's core out of poplar to give you plenty of pop in and out of turns, and titanal reinforcements crank up the stiffness to keep you stable whether you're mach-ing down groomers or surviving moguls to reach that one powdery stash you spotted on the chairlift. Full, vertical sidewalls make this ski easy to tune, and VDS rubber dampens vibrations so you can slice and dice the snow like a butcher chopping meat.

SKU: SGE0001
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