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Ripstick 106 Ski - 2023

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Why We Like The Elan Ripstick 106 Ski

Rip some turns on or off piste with equal confidence and comfort on the versatile Elan Ripstick 106 Ski. The 106mm waisted ski is built to take us wherever we want to go, it functions great as a lightweight touring ski with decent float or as a frontside ski for someone who likes a little more width for off-piste adventure, it can even used as a super maneuverable deep pow ski for skiers who don't demand as much float.

The Ripstick 106 features a unique profile that designates a specific right and left ski so that the cambered section is on the inside edge and the rockered section is on the outside edge. This creates a ski that can hold a mean edge when carving but transitions between turns more easily than a traditionally cambered ski.


  • Mid-fat ski that will take you where you want to go
  • 106mm waist is fat enough to float, thin enough to carve
  • Amphibio profile mixes easy turn initiation with solid edge hold
  • Short turn radius allows for nimble control and clean carving
  • Lightweight wood core cuts overall weight and adds a nice feel
  • Full-length carbon tubes run through the core to boost rebound
  • Fiberglass laminates provide a consistent flex and added torsion
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164cm, 172cm, 180cm, 188cm
[164cm] 138 / 104 / 117mm, [172cm] 143 / 105 / 120mm, [180cm] 143 / 106 / 120mm, [188cm] 143 / 106 / 120mm
Turn Radius
[164cm] 16m, [172cm] 17m, [180cm] 18.1m, [188cm] 20.4m
Amphibio (cambered inside edge, rockered outside edge)
SST (sandwich)
Tubelite wood
carbon rods, VaporTip, fiberglass
Claimed Weight
[pair, 180cm] 7lb 14.2oz (3578g)
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
all-mountain skiing, backcountry skiing, freeride/powder skiing