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Storm-chasing stick.

Get your caravan packed. With the Icelantic Gypsy Ski, you have your weapon of choice when a two-foot dump arrives. This fatty's generous dimensions, soft flex, and reverse camber are specifically designed for playful surfing in the deep, while the wide-radius sidecut allows gives you the power to point it down an open bowl. A nearly symmetrical shape lets you get slopestyle on this ski and launch or land switch when you get the urge. The clingy edge engages fully when the snow gets skied up and firm, and sidewall construction puts power in that arc. Your buddies might call you a thieving gypsy after plundering more than your share of pow, but that's OK. Remember: no friends on a powder day.

  • Reverse camber (rocker) profile
  • Durasurf 2001 P-Tex sidewall construction
  • Poplar wood core
  • Carbonium topsheet
  • Matte fiberglass mounting plate
  • 2.2 steel edge
  • Durasurf 4001 sintered P-Tex base

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Posted on

What would you recommend in terms of bindings for these guys? I'm planning on just shredding pow and east coast ice. Thanks.

Responded on

Icelantic generally recommends Marker bindings. I would suggest looking at the Marker Griffon/Jester or possibly even the Rossi FKS 140.

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I bought Marker Jester bindings for mine - with a waist of 125, you'll need brakes that are 130mm and Marker's the best