Maybe your days of hitting rails and jumps are over, but that doesn't mean you have to leave your jibbing style in the park when you set your sights on freeride. Born in the USA, the Icelantic Nomad 115 Ski brings hard-charging performance for demanding terrain, yet retains the playful, agile nature of a twin tip ski. A snappy, strong, and energetic poplar wood core sandwiched between durable layers of fiberglass and rubber foil provides a smooth, stiff flex with just the right amount of butta to slather on big-mountain lines. The Nomad also features a nearly symmetrical rocker profile that spins like a top and nails switch landings in pow, but still lays down railroad tracks on hardpack thanks to the traditional camber underfoot and medium-range turn radius.
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