SEGO Ski Co. Up Pro 110 Ski - Women's

SEGO Ski Co. Up Pro 110 Ski - Women's
SEGO Ski Co. Up Pro 110 Ski - Women's
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Up Pro 110 Ski - Women's by SEGO Ski Co.
Like most skiers at the resort, the Sego Women's Up Pro 110 Ski has an undeniable bias for powder days, but it didn't win multiple awards for being a powder hound like other skis with 110mm waists. On the contrary, this powder ski still handles its own on the plethora of powder-less days that outnumber powder days tenfold. Its 110mm waist is undoubtedly a powder-floater, but the heavy camber underfoot lets you hold an edge and initiate surprisingly tight turns to crank around trees in search of soft stashes after long dry spells. As a powder ski, the Up Pro has plenty of rocker in the tip and tail to navigate deep, soft powder with your tips up. Sego built it out of a poppy wood core with triaxial fiberglass laminates to keep a playful feel at high speeds. There's a VDS rubber dampening unit to keep chatter and vibrations at a minimum. Durable UHMW sidewalls make this ski easy to tune so you can continue shredding season after season.

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SKU: SGE0007
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Manufactured by SEGO Ski Co.
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