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Backcountry-bred.

The Alpina Discovery Ski lives for breaking trail, snaking through glades, and spanning open bowls with unoccluded vistas, and with a shorter length and wider waist than classic skis, it was born with the physique to do so. Its lightweight cap construction combined with the ample waist floats through soft-snow, its grippy waxless base makes climbing a breeze, and its full metal edges give it bite for carving control on the descent. Why not ski with a natural?

  • Cap construction with full steel edges gives you lightweight maneuverability and supreme control
  • All-wood core keeps it light, snappy, and responsive
  • Sollte non-wax base delivers no-maintenance uphill grip
  • Ample 60mm waist provides float in soft snow and stability
  • Accepts any flat-mount binding

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