SEGO Ski Co. Wizard Ski

SEGO Ski Co. Wizard Ski
SEGO Ski Co. Wizard Ski
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Wizard Ski by SEGO Ski Co.
Most epic fantasies have a wise wizard guiding the protagonist through thick-and-thin to a happy ending. Similarly, Sego's Wizard Ski guides you through soft, deep powder, which is already a happy ending. With a 134mm waist, the Wizard is undoubtedly the fattest plank in Sego's lineup, and certainly one of the widest options out there. A ridiculous amount of rocker in the tip and tail--and no camber whatsoever--enhance the Wizard's magical capabilities in the deepest, softest snow of the season. Sego built the Wizard with poppy poplar wood at the core. Triaxial fiberglass stiffens the core up to maintain stability at fast speeds, and there's a VDS rubber dampening unit to keep the chatter low if you happen to come across any variable crud when you're cruising. The swallow tail makes soft snow explode behind you, making for a more magical experience.

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SKU: SGE0005
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