SEGO Ski Co. Cleaver 110 Ski

SEGO Ski Co. Cleaver 110 Ski
SEGO Ski Co. Cleaver 110 Ski
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Cleaver 110 Ski by SEGO Ski Co.
Big brother to the multi-award winning Cleaver 102, the Sego Cleaver 110 Ski goes hard and goes fast, especially in the pow. This hard-charging stick boasts a generous 110mm waist underfoot, guaranteed to float in the deep stuff, with an early-rise rocker that's oh-so-easy to whip around, even at the end of the day when you're tiring out. A decent amount of camber keeps the Cleaver 110 quite manageable once you're back on the groomers, and provides edge-to-edge turns that leave you 100% in control. The poplar core keeps the ski lightweight and playful, but is pierced through by a titanal inlay for extra strength. Due to the nature of this titanal placement, the ski still feels soft and easy to maneuver, but flexes with each turn for solid support at higher speeds.

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SKU: SGE000B
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