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SEEKr 100 Ski
- Backcountry ski feels light on the uphill and floaty on the down
- Mid-fat 100 waist balances between soft and firm snow prowess
- Slight camber with early rise for stability and keeping tips up
- Four layers of carbon keep the ski stiff, stable, and light
- PolyUrethane sidewalls amp up durability and dampness
- Item #GGG003S
- 162cm, 170cm, 178cm, 186cm
- 132 / 100 / 120mm
- Turn Radius
- [162cm] 14.5m [170cm] 16.4m [178cm] 18.3m [186cm] 20.2m
- camber (2mm), medium-long early rise tip
- PolyUrethane sidewall
- poplar, paulownia, four layers of carbon, aluminum mounting plate
- full thickness
- early rise
- Claimed Weight
- [single] (162cm) 2lb 14oz (170cm) 3lb (178cm) 3lb 2oz (186cm) 3lb 4oz
- Recommended Use
- backcountry skiing
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited 1 year
What do you think about this product?
February 15, 2020
- I've put it through the wringer
I purchased these to replace the first (failed) replacement for an older pair of G3 Synapse 101w's and have taken them out in everything from 2' of chunky powder, death crust on granular, to chalk on crust (it's been a weird mid-season up here in AK). Minus the knee-destroying crust day - when no ski would have been a good ski - I have been really, really pleased! These are a little stiffer than the 2014 carbon synapse, but aren't noticeably more difficult to handle. I am in love with the tight turn radius, the edge hold on hard snow, and how playfully floaty they are! The 100 mm waist is a pretty sweet spot for a 1 ski quiver, but I did feel like 2' was about the upper limit on powder handling. I mounted some Dynafit speed radicals (which match perfectly, by the way) and find that they are more than light enough to be driven by Scarpa F1's. TL;DNR: G3 really delivered on a ski that cruises uphill, enjoys a good bebop through mellow terrain, and loves opening up on steep faces. I am 5'3", ~125 lbs and purchased the 162 cm length. I was torn on whether to purchase these or the teal Elles (marketed for lighter riders), but decided that I prefer a stiffer set of planks to a "forgiving" pair. I have not regretted my purchase and I am looking forward to skiing more kinds of (hopefully better) snow in the coming months!
February 24, 2019
- I've used it several times
Have about 7 days on this ski, everything from east coast hardpack to Utah powder. Skis are light, responsive, plenty of pop, able to carve longer turns as well as quick short radius turns. Unexpected great hold on harder snow / ice. Awesome in knee deep powder. Stable at speed. Light on the skin track. Love these skis.
October 22, 2018
G3 2018/19 Backcountry Ski Lineup
Designed, engineered and tested deep in the wild-west of BC’s Coast Mountains, G3 skis are purpose built for skiing hard in the backcountry. Premium lightweight materials balance with G3’s unique chatter-proof technologies for fast ascents and powerful descents.
October 7, 2018
If your typical ski length was between the available lengths on this ski, would you opt to go longer or shorter than usual?
October 23, 2018
Depends on the way you like to ride, the longer will help you glide above the pow, shorter will help with quick movements.