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Off-track wunderkind.

The Alpina Discovery Touring Ski lives for secret glades, tight trees, and off-trail tours. Alpina engineered the Discovery with a shorter length and wider waist than its classic skis for downhill maneuverability. A full-length metal edge adds bite, and the Posi-Grip waxless base offers a reliable kick in all conditions.

  • Shorter length for maneuverability
  • Versatile width narrow enough for the trail, but wide enough for float
  • Posi-Grip no-wax base for glide, grip, and downhill performance
  • Full-length steel edges for grip
  • Scuff-Tuff top skin resists sharp edges for durability
  • Made from renewable resources for sustainability

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Previous years models of this ski that I...

Previous years models of this ski that I have found have been very good, but this model the only review gives it one star. Can anyone recommend this ski?

The Size chart does not list this ski -...

The Size chart does not list this ski - looking for my girlfriend she is 5'8 and 160 - what length do you advise?

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The 180cm should be the right size for her.

I'm right on the edge of two weight...

I'm right on the edge of two weight classifications. Any ideas about whether i should size up or size down? I'm dealing with Montana snow and am leading ski trips on mostly tracked trails, but will occasionally be doing steeper, deeper stuff.

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I would recommend sizing down. Especially with a metal-edge touring ski, it can be hard to get enough grip from the waxless pattern. You give up a little downhill performance and/or glide for secure uphill grip. Herringboning, when you shouldn't have to, sucks!

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If you are going Steeper and Deeper then GO LONGER!
Any BC skier knows that!
This is a great easy turning ski Telemark turns are a Snap!