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Weston
Skyline Carbon Ski

4.75 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews
$898.95
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Why We Like The Weston Skyline Carbon Ski

When mountainscapes replace cityscapes you will find us on the Weston Skyline Carbon Ski. This backcountry touring ski helps us get to the top of remote peaks to ski legendary chutes. They boast a lightweight combination of carbon fiber laminates and a paulownia core to keep our legs fresh on the uphill. In tight chutes, we feel in control thanks to the 95mm waist width and medium turn radius that lets us hop turn through the top and let them run down in the apron.


Details

  • Backcountry skis designed to get you there and never hold you back
  • 95mm waist width offers a versatile feel for changing conditions
  • Medium turn radius balances nimble control with high speed stability
  • Camber underfoot helps you hold an edge on wind-blown slopes
  • Rocker in the tip and tail adds float and pivoting control
  • Paulownia core is lightweight and damp for long days
  • Carbon fiber laminates offer lightweight torsional rigidity
  • Sintered bases skip across backcountry lakes with ease
  • Item #WST1WV3
Length
160cm, 168cm, 176cm, 184cm
Dimensions
[160cm] 121 / 92 / 107mm, [168cm] 123 / 93 / 109mm, [176cm] 125 / 94 / 111mm, [184cm] 127 / 95 / 113mm
Turn Radius
[160cm] 15m, [168cm] 16m, [176cm] 17m, [184cm] 18m
Profile
rocker / camber / rocker
Construction
sandwich
Core
paulownia
Laminate
carbon, fiberglass
Edge
steel
Base
sintered Durasurf 4001
Tail
flat
Claimed Weight
[160cm, single] 2lb 13.2oz (1280g), [168cm] 3lb 1oz (1390g), [176cm] 3lb 4.9oz (1500g), [184cm] 3lb 8.8oz (1610g)
Activity
backcountry skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
4 years

Overall Rating

5 based on 4 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

December 13, 2023

Quiver of one!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
184cm
Weight:
175

Well almost a quiver of one... I'd still probably want a true powder ski for the really deep days, but short of that I love these skis. I've had a blast on them in up to like 8-10" of fresh snow, and they're also my goto on spring missions. Sure you could get lighter skis, but they're pretty darn light as is, and ski surprisingly well for the size. I haven't seen many skis this narrow still have a large shovel, which helps with the float. If you really want an aggressive ski maybe look elsewhere (looking at you zero g 95), but I find those skis to be overly aggressive. The skylines can be driven, but are still forgiving when you need them to be. The ski a touch short, but at 6' / 175lb, they still felt great.

Alex B
5 out of 5 stars

November 20, 2023

My go too big ski for big alpine days

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
184
Height:
6' 3"
Weight:
180

I've been using this ski as lightweight touring ski in the spring and for the longer midwinter tours. It's just a blast to ride on the down hill. Nice and stiff so it feels quite stable. And with the rocker profile, it skis over boot deep pow just fantastic. And then on the up it's just a machine! So light and easy to move with. It's great to have such a light ski on the up, while it is still stable and fun on the down.

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5 out of 5 stars

November 19, 2023

Super fun ski

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
186
Weight:
175

This is my spring mountaineering ski for the past two seasons. I typically prefer a traditional camber ski for spring missions. What I found with this ski is that I feel confident taking it out regardless of conditions. If we get a surprise pow day, these things give enough float. Wind-board? No problem. Frozen couloir? Yup. Perfectly cooked corn? Forgetaboutit. They are stout enough to manage all types of skiing. Quickness edge-to-edge and a nice turn shape make it playful and fun. Some these characteristics may contribute to being slightly heavier than a traditional mountaineering ski, but I’ll take the smoother skiability over the weight savings anyday.

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Abraham P
4 out of 5 stars

October 24, 2023

Great Do it All Skinny Skis

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
184
Height:
5' 9"
Weight:
150

These skis are awesome all around. While they thrive on firm snow conditions and spring corn, the shovel tips keep you afloat plenty well in powder. I've skied these skis from the Tetons to the Dolomites and can't get enough of them. While a bit heavy for an ultralight spring ski, I think it is worth it as they ski down incredibly well. They are stiff and driveable enough to charge through chunder, and hold an edge excellently. These are 100% my daily driver skis.

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Gage M