Let loose on the hills.
Nimble, resilient, and versatile like a true snow chaser, the Icelantic Nomad Ski is designed to not just survive but thrive in any snow condition. Attractive curves and a balanced flex give the Nomad its stability and quickness, while the 140mm tip provides ample float in the deepest fluff. Powder is never a guarantee, so the versatile 105 mm waist will save the day when a high-pressure ridge sets in to turn your dreams of powder into a long session on the frontside.
Like all Icelantic skis, the Nomad is handmade in Colorado through a process Icelantic calls its Tri-Axe construction. The layup of a playful poplar core with unilateral fiberglass sandwiched above and below results in a ski that's stiff enough to charge down open bowls, playful enough to slarve turns through the trees, and scrub speed when technical lines demand a little finesse. The rockered tip and tail gets the wide shovel up when there is a bit of pow and gives the ski a fun and playful soul.
- A ripping freeride ski to crush any conditions
- 105mm waist surfs pow and rips hardpack
- Rockered profile keeps you afloat in deep pow
- Poplar wood core is light and playful
- Fiberglass layers add strength and stability
- Icelantic skis are made in Denver, Colorado
- Item #ICB001I
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
The Icelantic Nomad 105 is a great ski for anyone looking to wonder around their local mountain aimlessly seeking out the best snow. A 105mm waist with generous amount of rocker in the tip and tail keep you on top of the fresh pow, smearing around trees and plowing through some crud with ease. A Poplar Wood Core uses Unilateral Fiberglass and Three Layers 20mm thick Rubber Foil to keep the Nomad 105 lightweight, strong and snappy. At a little over 4200 grams per ski (@181cm) the Nomad 105 makes an excellent choice for wondering through the backcountry with an AT set up.
6 foot 200 lbs skiier. Right now ride on high society 187 length 104 underfoot. 15+ years skiing all over Colorado. Like hard charging. Is 181 too short to go versus stepping up to the 191 length??