This year, Icelantic gave its beloved freeride-oriented Maiden line a nimble, skinnier sister in the form of the Women's Maiden 91 Ski. With a penchant for park laps and the versatility to handle groomers, steep chutes, storm snow, and huck big cliffs, this Maiden isn't afraid to shred whatever you point it towards. The slimmed-down 91-millimeter waist has no problem tackling crusty, firm snow with a smile-inducing pop and playfulness, but has just enough width to keep you afloat if a storm rolls in or you're lucky enough to happen upon an off-piste powder stash. A rockered tip and tail contribute to the ski's playful personality and maneuverability, while a healthy helping of underfoot camber add a smooth, reliable grip when you're making big turns down the steepest run on the mountain. Icelantic used its signature Fly-Weight core--a light, responsive core that's designed to be better balanced for lighter-weight skiers--to equip the Maiden for lady shredders. This doesn't take away from the ski's strength and stability, though, thanks to two layers of fiberglass that sandwich the core. You can zoom over morning hardpack at high speeds without feeling like you're riding a pair of wet noodles, and the vertical sidewalls keep the ski torsionally stiff, providing better edge hold when you decide to throw a few turns in the mix.
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