Coalition Snow La Nieve Alpine Touring Ski - Women's

Coalition Snow La Nieve Alpine Touring Ski - Women's
Coalition Snow La Nieve Alpine Touring Ski - Women's
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La Nieve Alpine Touring Ski - Women's by Coalition Snow
Built specifically for backcountry-shredding ladies such as yourself, the Coalition La Nieve Ski is ready to tour on the deepest days of the year. Drawing its name from the Spanish word for snow, it boasts a fatty underfoot width of 113mm, so you're guaranteed generous float on powder days, while early rise in the tips helps it lap up that fresh snow. The pair is lightweight enough to make the uphill slog easy to bear, yet hefty enough for rocking out on the descent, with an eased tail to help you keep control on the steeps yet stays out of your way during kick turns. ABS sidewalls and a sandwich construction keep torsional strength up when you're reaching speed, with camber underfoot helping you stay in control through turn after turn. The core combines basswood, ash, and maple to create energy that's lightweight and lively, perfect for every dawn patrol you're looking forward to this winter.

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