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G3 Roamr 100 Elle Ski - Women's

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Roamr 100 Elle Ski

The G3 Women's Roamr 100 Ski slays the all-mountain game so you can cover the whole resort and still have time to ride some untracked, backcountry freshies after the chairlifts stop. A 100mm waist width means this ski will ride everything from piste to powder with equal prowess. Its profile combines an early rise tip with a slightly positive camber underfoot to carve crud and track through powder with ease.

G3 built the Roamr with a Joyride Plus construction that truly lives up to its name. Joyride starts off with a lightweight, flexible wood core made of poplar and paulownia, then wraps the core with two layers of Titanal aluminum to eliminate vibration when you're cranking high-speed turns. Full alloy steel edges ensure control when you're cutting hard, and the dual-density sidewalls enhance energy absorption and durability. The Stealth Razor Edge reduces overall mass and weight, while the P-Tex 2000 Electra base ensures a speedy feel.

  • G3 claims this ski is ideal for 70% backcountry and 30% resort
  • Versatile 100mm waist handles soft and firm snow equally
  • Minimal camber extends the effective edge for smoother turning
  • Early rise tip rocker navigates soft snow on the uphill and down
  • Light, poppy wood core with two titanal laminates for dampness
  • Joyride Plus construction includes durable sidewalls for longevity
  • Item #GGG003F

167cm, 172cm
135 / 100 / 120mm
Turn Radius
17.5 - 18.5m
early rise tip rocker, minimal camber underfoot
Joyride Plus (sandwich)
3D-shaped poplar, paulownia blend, triaxial glass, 7000-series aluminum
P-Tex 2000 Electra
low profile, flat rise
Claimed Weight
[167cm, pair] 7lb 4oz
Recommended Use
all-mountain skiing, backcountry skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 1 year

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Is it okay to mount these for tele?

Hey Roger, I don't see why not! You may want to double check with G3 to see if they have any issues with that.