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Versatile, everyday touring ski for fast and light missions in any snow or terrain.

The touring equivalent of the multi-tool, the G3 Soulfly Ski dishes out fast, lightweight trail breaking on the up track and stable turns for the down, even while skiing on-piste. All-mountain-capable dimensions and sidecut enable you to carve easy, fun arcs on any kind of snow or terrain while the weight-saving cap construction and Razor Tip design help you efficiently slice up the slope.
  • FlyRide full cap construction and paulowina wood core reduce weight (only 5lb 14.4oz for a pair) for the ascent without sacrificing control during the descent
  • Traditional camber locks the ski onto hard-packed groomers and chalky steeps
  • Mid-fat dimensions (83mm underfoot, 114 at the tip) keep you bouncing on top of the pow once it finally blankets your mountain
  • Generous sidecut encourages snappy turns on cat tracks or while descending skinny couliors
  • Tapered Razor Tip doesn't snag or dive on deep snow while skiing and skinning and also lightens swing weight so you don't expend extra energy during longer tours
  • Contoured topsheet helps channel power from bindings to the ski's edges to enhance control and stability

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I weigh 160 and am 6'1. I would consider...

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I weigh 160 and am 6'1. I would consider myself and advanced to expert tele skier and will be using this as a lightweight touring ski. Is this a reasonable lenght of ski for my weight?

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Fast and light

Great light ski, that performs well on thise july august days in the Washington Cascades....