SEGO Ski Co. Prospect 112 Ski

SEGO Ski Co. Prospect 112 Ski
SEGO Ski Co. Prospect 112 Ski
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Prospect 112 Ski by SEGO Ski Co.
Powder-hungry is an understatement. When it comes to skiing variable crud, you stay home and wax Sego's Prospect 112 Ski and patiently wait for the next snowfall. It's not exactly the fattest ski in Sego's lineup--it's actually the third-to-fattest--but the 112mm waist balances between flotation and top speeds so you can lap all those slow skiers who look like they're riding snowboards. Like most powder skis, the Prospect has plenty of rocker in the tip and tail to help you navigate deep, soft stashes with ease. Unlike most powder skis, the Prospect has absolutely no camber underfoot, resulting in more stability at high speeds and a higher turn radius for wider curves down big aprons. Triaxial fiberglass laminates keep the Prospect stiff, and VDS rubber dampens vibrations when you're really cruising.

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SKU: SGE0004
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