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A complete all-mountain shredding animal.

After massive brainstorming, the Folsom ski designers trickled down the shapes and technology from its mountain slayers in order to make the Completo Ski the most well-rounded all-mountain beast in its class. This mid-fat ski can be ridden hard on deep days, stuffed into tight technical chutes, and blasted across corduroy. It packs rocker for float, tip and tail taper to keep you from hanging up in choppy conditions, and an agile chassis to keep you quick on your toes. Greenhorns or vets can rely on this ski for any type of terrain, the tram or the chair, and for deep days or droughts that demand all-day laps on the hardpack.

Folsom Skis uses a modified sandwich construction, in which materials are laid in horizontal layers from bottom to top with epoxy resin bonding each layer, to guarantee the most durable ski possible. In addition, the engineers also incorporate Durasurf UHMW sidewalls into the construction that doesn't crack or break and handles impact better than ABS sidewalls. Rubber foil is also used in specific locations in the ski to reduce vibration and to increase adhesion between the metal edges and the fiberglass. As a result, this creates an incredibly damp ski for a stable ride no matter what the terrain.

The Completo's core features hand-selected poplar and bamboo wood that have been precision milled on Folsom's CNC machine to a tolerance of .004 of an inch. As a result, you get a quality, durable ski that's lightweight, poppy, and extremely responsive. In addition, Folsom designers uses a carbon laminate or carbon stringers to increase the overall strength of the ski.

Edges can be a game-changer especially when you blow one out or when they're hardly thick enough to withstand a season of tuning, so Folsom equipped the Completo with 2.1mm Rockwell 48 steel edges. Oh, and we can't forget Folsom's Durasurf sintered base material, which can take a beating while staying fast. Harder and with better wax absorption properties than extruded bases, sintered bases are the industry standard for performance and longevity.

  • Everyday Rocker profile (rockered tip & tail, low camber underfoot)
  • Sandwich construction
  • Durasurf UHMW sidewall
  • Poplar and bamboo wood core
  • Carbon fiber laminate
  • 100-108mm waist
  • 2.1mm thick Rockwell 48 steel edges
  • Durasurf sintered base
  • Handmade in the USA

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What is the weight for the 192?

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What is the weight for the 192?

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The pair will weigh in slightly under 11 lbs.

What is the weight for the 186 size?

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What is the weight for the 186 size?

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Howdy Josh, thanks for the question.
Folsom let me know that the approximate weight per ski for the 186cm length is 4lbs 6 oz.