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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 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
  • Sidewall construction
  • Durasurf 2001 p-tex sidewall
  • Poplar wood core
  • 2.2mm steel edge
  • Durasurf 4001 sintered p-tex base
  • 125mm underfoot
  • Traditional sidecut

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Me 6' 1" 220lbs
Mounted @ -2 from BC remounted from +1 which was way too far forward for me.
Skied 3 times now 3-9" of powder each time.
On the groomed runs it skied well and with a little effort it was fine @ 125 width I was wondering how it would preform but no problem there..... in the powder it was really floatly , pivoted , turned, and stopped with ease, the ski liked to run a little and seemed to preform a bit better with some speed, no tricks for me, a fairly stiff ski compared to my other powder ski the Rossi s7
maybe because of that stiffness and weight it did not seem to be as playful as I was hoping for but still loose and a fun ski for a larger person looking for major float. Maybe it will loosen up a little and not be so stiff with more use by me.
Overall a good powder ski.
I have bought though Backcountry multiple times and love there service.

Will BC be carrying the Gypsy SKYNY?

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We are not getting the SKNY version of this ski.