Coalition Snow Rafiki Ski - Women's

Coalition Snow Rafiki Ski - Women's
Coalition Snow Rafiki Ski - Women's
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Rafiki Ski - Women's by Coalition Snow
Drawing its name from the Swahili word for "friend," Coalition Snow's Rafiki Ski will be exactly that whether you're touring after a big storm or riding waist-deep snow at the resort. Modeled after the award-winning SOS, this powder-hungry ski features a wide base meant for the deepest days of the year, with a rockered profile that excels at maneuvering over soft, fluffy pow. The lightweight wood core ensures poppy playfulness in the trees, while a generous turn radius embraces bigger lines in the backcountry. Traditional camber underfoot paired with the tapered, conservative tail ensure steady performance when you're forced to return to the groomers, delivering reliable edge-to-edge response as you power your way back to the lift line.

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SKU: COS000A
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