The Black Diamond Guru Ski presents a spry, lightweight option for modern AT skiers.
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i'm 5'4 125 lbs looking for go to skis AV...
i'm 5'4 125 lbs looking for go to skis AV skis as I'm not tele skier for backcountry my rock skis basically--will these work the black diamond guru ski at 158--want to be able to turn on a dime
Looking for my first pair of AT skis. I'm...
Looking for my first pair of AT skis. I'm 6' 2" and 175 lbs. would the Guru be a good first AT Ski?? I've been using a Nordic BC setup and want something that turns better downhill
i'm a 6' 225lb beginner free-heeler in...
i'm a 6' 225lb beginner free-heeler in australia(our snow is mostly "wet elephant snot"). looking at these in a 170cm for mostly cruisy inbound but want a bit of freedom to explore sidecountry at a later stage. or should i consider the stigma? prepared to put up with a slower progression rate due to equipment selection. cheers.
Guru is way to skinny and small. You will probably have more fun on a stigma, wider tip will keep you turning in the snot!
Go even bigger! Try the Havoc.
The specs are wrong for these skis. They are actually much thinner. 75mm waist. Not much of a powder ski of course.
Had a great time testing these skis. It was right after I had bought a pair of something else, so I didn't have the cash to pull the trigger on these friendly friends, but I remember having amazing turning control, especially important since I'm no expert on the slopes. I'd recommend these after my 1-day trial period, 4 1/2 stars!