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You don't have to sacrifice flotation to have all-mountain versatility. At 97mm under foot, the G3 Infidel Ski provides plenty of float for all but the very deepest, lightest days while maintaining the ability to absolutely slay every type of terrain and snow condition the resort can shell out.

  • Sweetrise camber allows the skier to modulate the effective edge length of the ski by angling the edge
  • Low mass tips reduce tip flutter and swing weight
  • Variable J sidecut provides more predictable turn initiation with plenty of reserve power during exit
  • Poplar core for greater durability and relatively low weight
  • Titanal stringers for added lateral stability and greater edge control
  • Sandwich+ construction provides the damp, smooth ride of sandwich construction with solid tip and tail durability

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Unanswered Question

Just picked up a pair and the mount line is really forward (3cm forward of the line on the Highball), anyone mount them to the rear of the line by one or two CM? I never ride switch, and prefer traditional mounts. Will be an all-mtn ski for me, won't ever see any powder days.

Infidel crushing in the Wasatch

Infidel crushing in the Wasatch

dust on crust never felt so good!



  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

took these out to the Poconos over the weekend, loved every minute on them!

is the infedel better with an AT setup...

is the infedel better with an AT setup or a tele setup?

Skiing out West

Skiing out West

skiing near Scammon Bay, AK it doesn't get much more west than this


Ice to Powder :)

    My first pair of reverse camber "fat" skis, I have found them to perform much better than I expected.

    First time out I was at Alyeska in AK, pointed them down a steep groomer to find out how squirrelly they would be, I found them very stable at speed, while making big sweeping turns. Then I went to the OB gate above the tram on the north side (steep & not groomed) there was very good snow cover, mostly cut up powder with some untracked bits. I could pick any line down the hill as they turned with ease. I was laughing and had a huge grin halfway down.

    Mounted with Marker Dukes, I've used them skinning up hills and they've worked well. It is not the lightest set-up, but I value durability / dependability. I mostly use these for snow kiting in Western Alaska and was looking for a versatile twin tip.

    Very Happy with my G3 Infidels.

    Ice to Powder :)
    Unanswered Question

    Anyone know how the G3 Infidel stacks up...

    Anyone know how the G3 Infidel stacks up along side the Volkl Mantra and the Black Diamond Verdit?

    Does it lean towards the Mantra or the Verdit?



    So far so good

      I've had a chance to ski these for 5 days now. Mostly resort with one 1500 vert climb. I have them mounted with G3 onyx bindings. Mostly ski'd on hardpack with some moguls and chopped up hardscrabble. They handle everything well and seem to excel in the 3-4 inches of light fluffy stuff found off the sides of groomed trails. Light swing weight and early rise make them very quick turning.

      Due to lack of snow in most areas ski'd so far ( heavenly, northstar , vail and breck) I cannot atest to their ability in powder.

      Can you do a follow-up post? Did you get to ski them any more? What length did you get? I'm 6'2" and 200lbs. fairly aggressive skier (aggressive for dynafit setup) and wondering if they're stiff enough for spring steeps, jump turns down a couloir and then opening it up on the apron below. Thoughts?