Lively, intriguing, and playful. You can’t help being drawn in.

The Salomon Women’s Geisha Ski was born for freeriding, but it’s also a multi-tasker at heart and tends to show off in crud and corduroy. The ski’s innovative, big-mountain build will keep you coming back for more. That’s just how the Geisha likes it.

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5 5

All Terrain All Mountain awesome ski

The Salomon Geisha is only different from the Salomon Shogun in the top sheet and in sizing. This ski is not "dumbed down" for the ladies. I ski this in all terrain in the front and the backcountry. The Geisha skis well in all conditions and in all terrain from tight, steep couloirs, powder, groomers, bumps etc. It is playful, lively but also stable and reliable when you need it. Make sure to get the right size! I trust it for fun and for most everything except deep pow days. I am 5'8, 140lbs, and I ski it at 173. I also ski the 174 Shogun.

2 5

For Ladies Only

Demo'd these in Whistler...a big disappointment. They were so-so in dense powder and awful on the chopped up firm trails where the chatter was almost unbearable. They're fantastic on smooth trails and corduroy, however. If your a groomer skier, these are ok. There are not an all mountain ski. Meant for fine ladies only, not tomboys. Just sayin'.