You're headed everywhere on the mountain, and you're headed there fast, so grab your Coalition Snow SOS Ski and get going. Whether you're hunting for powder between groomed runs or you like a ski that you can take to both the resort and backcountry, you're anything but SOS with this award-winning stick. Its mid-range width underfoot makes it a trooper no matter how deep (or shallow) the snow is, with rocker in the tip and tail making assists over powder stash and mixed crud alike. Slanted ABS sidewalls with traditional camber underfoot ensure steady edge hold whether you're diving down fresh corduroy or zipping around on hardpack, with a full birch wood core absorbing all the vibrations along the way. With torsional stiffness and solid flex holding down the fort at high speeds, and a powder-friendly profile for storm days, there really is no barrier to what the SOS is willing to do.
- A one-ski quiver that's ready for resort and backcountry adventures
- 105mm width underfoot works great on-piste or on-pow
- Rocker tip and tail help you maneuver crud or deep snow
- Traditional camber underfoot ensures quick edge-to-edge response
- Birch core absorbs vibrations and adds energy
- Slanted ABS sidewalls provide torsional stiffness
- Coalition Snow skis are designed by women, for women
- Item #COS000C
- 157cm, 166cm, 173cm, 180cm
- [157cm] 117 / 97 / 111mm, [166cm] 121 / 101 / 115mm, [173cm] 126 / 105 / 120mm, [180cm] 131 / 109 / 125mm
- Turn Radius
- [157cm] 23m, [166cm] 24m, [173cm] 25m, [180cm] 26m
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
- all-mountain skiing, freeride/powder skiing
What do you think about this product?
January 1, 2021
- I've put it through the wringer
I just bought a new pair of these after having my old ones (same everything except top sheet) for 3 seasons. These are my second all-time favorite ski, in close place behind the Volkl Gotama and very similar to those Gotamas. These Coalition SOS skis can do everything -- hold an edge and arc a beautiful turn on groomers, breeze through chutes and pow, maneuver through trees and bumps. I would highly recommend these for anyone who is an aggressive skier, needs stability at speed, and the ability to transition to different terrain in one run. If these were lighter, I would buy a pair to use for my backcountry setup as well.
December 5, 2020
I bought these for my girlfriend and they’re 101 in the waist. What size bindings do I need to buy?