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Weston Summit Alpine Touring Ski


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Summit Alpine Touring Ski

Weston Snowboards doesn't care if you ride two planks or one, they just want you to rip powder and have fun. That's why the company made the Summit Alpine Touring Ski with a maneuverable rockered profile and versatile 105mm waist for your everyday touring pleasure. Named after a couloir in Colorado, these skis are light enough for the arduous skintrack to the top, yet stiff enough for steep runs like its namesake.

  • Dedicated backcountry skis that are versatile and playful
  • Mid-fat 105mm waist lends itself well to variable conditions
  • Rockered tip and tail ease into turns and float on powder
  • Camber underfoot ensures quick edge-to-edge response
  • Tight turn radius performs well in trees and chutes
  • Carbon weave delivers lightweight torsional stiffness and dampening
  • Lightweight, springy paulownia keeps swingweight light and poppy
  • UHMW PE sidewalls and binding plates add stability
  • Item #WST1WUR

156cm, 166cm, 176cm, 186cm
[156cm] 128 / 105 / 118mm, [166cm] 130 / 105 / 120mm, [176cm] 132 / 105 / 122mm, [186cm] 134 / 105 / 124mm
Turn Radius
[156cm] 13.5m, [166cm] 14m, [176cm] 15m, [186cm] 16.5m
rocker / camber / rocker
UHMW PE sidewalls
Strike Core (paulownia), aluminum stringers
Carbon Weave
sintered 4000
Claimed Weight
(single) [156cm] 3lb, [166cm] 3lb 3oz, [176cm] 3lb 8oz, [186cm] 3lb 13oz
Recommended Use
backcountry skiing, freeride/powder skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
4 years

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5


I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
6` 0"
170 lbs

You could bolt on a couple 1960's steel/ wood bindings on these puppies and they would still be lighter than your current setup. For how incredibly light they are, their structural rigidity and durability is not lost. They are a perfect playful camber for when I'm skiing like an absolute child, yet they are stiff enough to charge any type of snow and land hard in powder without turning into noodles upon landing. I have pretty heavy Pivot 18's with a CAST system setup on mine and I can go up and down any aspect with ease. Love these things!