Code: WINTER20

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Engineered in the Alps for guides, racers, and ski mountaineers everywhere.

You crave untouched country, with peaks in every direction and more goats than skiers. To get there as fast as possible, you click into the ultra-lightweight Ski Trab Race Aero World Cup Ski and move freely through the mountains. While light and fast enough for rando racers, this carbon-reinforced ski can handle the biggest lines and endless couliors, not to mention every kind of snow that you'll encounter on your 8,000-foot descent.

  • Durable, lightweight torsion box cap construction achieves greater edge power with less materials
  • The aramid honeycomb core provides ultralight performance and features stronger, more compressed areas where you need it for the descent
  • Mid-fat, tapered dimensions with traditional camber turns on anything you find out there, from blower to blue ice
  • Duo Technology yields separate flex patterns in the tip, sidecut, and tail, for easy trail breaking, enhanced snow contact, and nimble turnability
  • Carbon, fiberglass, and hybrid reinforcements provide stability without weight, and a fiber plate below the binding zone secures your binding screws
  • Micro-finished steel edges grip icy couloirs and exposed snowfields so you can get through the crux without incident

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LIGHT IS RIGHT

These skis are incredible for what they are. What are they? They are skinny and very very lightweight sticks for racing and uber long and light missions. I just skied Mount Rainier with a pair and they were great. The uphill is a whole new world, you barely feel like you have skis on. And for the downhill they were fine. Not best in mixed or breakable conditions, but when the corn was good they excelled. It's very different getting accustomed to such a skinny and light ski, but once you do it's incredible where you can take them and how quickly you can do it. The current speed record on the Disappointment Cleaver route was set by Andy and Jason Dorais on these skis. 3:57 minutes from Paradise to summit and back. Pick up a pair and go beat the record.

LIGHT IS RIGHT
Responded on

I've been using two different pair. One for racing and one for touring. I purchased some mohair from Camp and made my own tip and tail kit for racing. For touring I'm using the pre-cut skins that Ski-Trab offers.

Quite the claims in the advertising copy....

Quite the claims in the advertising copy. Trab makes great skis, especially lightweight race skis like this one, but the advertising is over the top.

"Mid-fat, tapered dimensions with traditional camber turns on anything you find out there, from blower to blue ice"

How does it handle in deep spring slop?

Are 64mm waisted skis the new mid-fat?

Responded on

Hey Charlie,
I was just up on Rainier with the Aero's and they are tricky in deep slop. You really have to get backseat and stay there to steer them. They aren't very versatile, but they are really impressive for what they are.