Designed specifically for powder-hungry women and lighter-weight skiers, G3's ultralight, ultra-fun SEEKr 100 Elle Ski ensures you don't have to give up downhill performance in order to shave some pounds off your touring setup. The ski-anything 100 millimeter waist will carry you through deep powder, zoom over wind crusts and ice, and wiggle smooth turns over late-season corn, all with ease. Paired with the longer early rise tip and tail for easy turn initiation and smear-ability, along with a slight underfoot camber to maintain stability and edge hold at higher speeds, this stick basically defines a good time. Weighing in at under six pounds per pair, all the fun comes in a tidy, lightweight package--complete with a durable nylon topsheet that prevents snow and ice buildup as you break trail-- that maximizes your efficiency on the skin track so you have juice left to shred your line and go up again for more. G3 constructed the SEEKr to excel in variable snow conditions, and to maintain stability and dampening properties for a smooth, powerful, responsive descent. To achieve this, the ski features polyurethane sidewalls that fix the common issue of chatter in carbon touring skis, absorbing the extra energy for a damper, more stable ride, and also providing the durability to hold up to encounters with rocks or logs. A lightweight poplar and paulownia wood core keeps the weight low and adds a playful yet powerful feel, while two carbon layers deliver strength and torsional stability so you can make big, fast turns down steep faces and feel your ski responding quickly beneath your feet.
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