There's no nook or cranny of the mountain that the Icelantic Women's Maiden 101 Ski won't properly shred. With a design that will handle just about anything you point it down, the Maiden isn't afraid to enter full beast mode and straightline tight chutes, huck big cliffs, and rip groomers until the lifts seize.Measuring a versatile 101 millimeters underfoot, the Maiden's waist is narrow enough to properly attack crusty, firm snow and just wide enough to keep you up when you luck into a surprise storm or head off-piste into inconsistent chop. The rockered tip and tail give these mountain maidens a playful nature and aid in quick turn initiation, while camber underfoot keeps her grounded when it's time to arc turns down the frontside.Icelantic designed and built the Maiden for lady rippers by equipping it with its signature Fly-Weight core, a playful, light core that's better balanced for skiers that don't tip the scales quite as high. Thankfully, lightness doesn't come at the expense of strength in the case of the Maiden. Dice through choppy, week-old snow or tight trees with this energetic ski, or enjoy on its solid Tri-Axe construction when you're carving groomers instead. Tri-Axe fiberglass layers sandwich the Fly Weight core, keeping the ski torsionally stiff on harder snow, while vertical sidewalls ensure a solid and stable ride when you decide to point 'em and go.
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