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Gear Review

5 5

Charging through everything

I use this as my everyday ski. The wide dimensions and early rise provides plenty of resistance to diving when you're in the deep snow. The torsional rigidity from the metal matrix and the sidewall construction allows you to absolutely charge in every condition right down to a hardpack. The 115 really shines when you're hitting a variety of conditions during your ski day- floaty turns in the pow, straight lining crud, and groomers at the bottom- it's confidence inspiring in each of those.

It should be noted that with all of it's power, you should plan on driving the ski. It's not very forgiving if you're tailgunning in the backseat. Also, the slight twin tip and directional geometry aren't ideal for skiing switch. But hey, you aren't getting the 115 to ski in the backseat or butter on to rails- you're getting them to stomp lines and take names.

Charging through everything
Responded on

Whiteford, hopefully you can help me out. I've spent the last three years at UVM slashing trees and dropping sketchy cliffs with tight landings out at Jay Peak and in the Big Jay backcountry. Now I'm out in Colorado and wondering if these are the skis for me? I'm on the fence between these and the Moment Jag Sharks

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Yo! Thanks for asking. You're psyched to be out west...way more space to turn! Anyways, I still stand by this review, and they are on sale...but you're going to be better off with version Line is releasing right now. The new incarnation is a more friendly, playful design while still boasting huevos grandes. More early rise, more early taper= able to twitch it side to side in tight spots, slarve your turns, and a little lighter/slightly softer tip and tail...but still super stable. Have fun!