You roam the resort in search of the softest snow, and if there's nothing but hardpack and ice in bounds, you simply slap skins on G3's Roamr 108 Ski and look for pow in the backcountry. A 108mm waist makes this plank the widest option in G3's all-mountain collection of Roamr skis, which means it's the easiest way to enjoy glorious powder days. That's not to say that this ski only thrives in the softest, deepest snow though; on the contrary, a 108mm waist isn't that wide compared to most powder skis, and it can definitely handle the post-pow crud most commonly found throughout the season. G3 shaped the Roamr with minimal camber underfoot to extend the effective edge, resulting in a smoother, wider turn that floats more like a longer ski. This effective edge makes the Roamr a joy to ride when you're cruising high speeds down steep terrain. The early rise tip rockers above untracked snow to help you set the skin track, and it navigates powder like it was a periscope and the rest of the ski was a submarine. G3's Joyride Plus construction keeps the ski durable for the resort and light for the backcountry.
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