Hagan Ski Mountaineering Ultra 82 Alpine Touring Ski

Hagan Ski Mountaineering Ultra 82 Alpine Touring Ski
Hagan Ski Mountaineering Ultra 82 Alpine Touring Ski
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Ultra 82 Alpine Touring Ski by Hagan Ski Mountaineering
At two pounds per plank, the Hagan Ultra 82 Ski is an ultralight option for ski mountaineering. It's light and nimble for technical ascents, and as the second-widest ski in Hagan's Ultra collection, it can still handle a rowdy downhill. Carbon stringers stiffen up the ski so you can gain some speed down tight, steep couloirs, and there's plenty of camber underfoot when you want to edge your way down, even when the couloir is icy. Hagan rockered the tip ever so slightly to ease turning if you score some softer snow at higher altitudes. The ski has a light paulownia wood core encapsulated in ABS sidewalls for extra durability. The tip and tail do not have sidewalls to reduce weight and enhance swinging.

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SKU: HSM000U
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