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G3 SEEKr 110 Alpine Touring Ski

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sale $711.16 Original price:$888.95
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SEEKr 110 Ski

Go fast, go far, and keep your setup light with the SEEKr 110. These technical touring skis pack in a carbon fiber construction for a featherweight feel on the ascent, but mitigates the chatter of carbon by placing urethane at the sidewalls for exceptional vibration damping, helping you preserve energy and feel better on the mountain for longer.

  • Intensely light touring skis with stiff carbon construction
  • Carbon fiber inlays keep setup light and responsive
  • Poplar and paulownia wood core is playful, poppy, and light
  • Urethane sidewalls reduce chatter and soak up vibrations
  • Magnetic contact points in ski speed up bootpack transitions
  • 110mm waist is versatile and perfect for keeping you floating
  • Early rise tip keeps you on top of deep snow and surfing the powder
  • Item #GGGW18G

172cm, 180cm, 188cm
139 / 110 / 127mm
Turn Radius
[172cm] 18.2m, [180cm] 19.9m, [188cm] 21.7m
early rise, slight camber
FlyRide Plus SEEKr, PolyUrethane sidewall
poplar, paulownia
4 layers of carbon fiber, titanal aluminum mounting plate
full thickness
long early rise
Claimed Weight
[172cm, pair] 6lb 6oz, [180cm, pair] 6lb 12oz, [188cm, pair] 7lb
Recommended Use
backcountry skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 1 year

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 1

Subpar product and no customer service

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought
5` 8"
140 lbs

On the first ski day with these ski, the top sheet started chipping and peeling off on the front side walls of both skis, revealing layers of carbons. Just a cosmetic issue at first, I now worry that moisture will find its way inside the ski. This may just be a manufacturing defect on my skis, but this is a big let down none the way. To make things worse, G3 has been totally unresponsive. No-one has answered the phone or responded to email in the 2 months that I have tried to contact them. This is utterly unacceptable. It is really a shame that my beloved local Vancouver brand as fallen to produce subpar products and inexistant customer service. (comment cross-posted)

This kind of thing seems to be normal with lightweight skis that have thin/light top sheets. A very easy fix is to used some 5-minute epoxy to patch up chips and dings. You may have to reapply after awhile if the epoxy chips, but I've had great success with this strategy. A good shop could probably also do a prettier job, if you care. G3 also appears to have gone to a customer service model where they preferentially interact with shops and dealers instead of directly with customers. I had a similar issue trying to warranty an Ion heel piece a few years ago. I purchased the bindings from Backcountry here, so I just reached out to my gearhead and they were able to quickly sort it out with G3 and get me back on the slopes with little delay :)

>Rating: 5

Great first AT ski

I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
True to size
Size Bought
5` 10"
120 lbs

I bought these for my fiancé for her to start touring on, and set them up with Solomon Shift S-Lab bindings, which are on the heavier end, but seem to be a good crossover option, barring any future durability issues people seem to complain about with this gear. She sized down to 163 from a 171 Black Crows Captis resort set up, and this G3 set up is still much lighter, but 20mm fatter. So far, these skis have allowed her to get comfortable on in bounds pow runs, and spring corn snow on Rainier and in the Stevens/Snoqualmie backcountry. Hopefully, they'll help her enjoy deeper backcountry days once she works her way up to that. She only used them last spring/summer and half this winter season, so we'll see how they hold up once they get a bit more use.