Carve and float your way through the next big snow storm on the Folsom PowFish Ski. This ski combines a fat waist, directional rocker profile, and swallow tail so that it can handle ripping your favorite pow field, slash wind lips, and cruise GS turns on groomers without skipping a beat. The generously sized 116mm waist on the PowFish can easily handle deep un-touched snow and chopped up crud while not handicapping performance on groomers. Working hand-in-hand with the dimensions of this ski, the directional rocker profile features early-rise in the tip and tail, and camber underfoot to mix soft and firm snow performance. The early-rise boosts how well this ski floats over pow, while the camber helps translate power from your foot to the skis edge for excellent control and power while edging. Adding a swallow shape to the tail of this ski creates an interesting addition to the ride-ability of the Pow fish. This shape undeniably adds a nice aesthetic while also adding to the performance. When edged hard, the engaged edge will flex just a little more than expected, shortening the turn radius, and allowing additional control and tighter turns so that you can get around that tree or just show off to your friends.
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