Alpine Touring Skis

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Alpine Touring Skis

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  • G3 Synapse 92 Ski
    Not all skis can, or should, be powder-crushing monsters, but that doesn't mean they shouldn't be able to handle their business on whatever snow and terrain the backcountry has to offer. G3's Synapse 92 Ski might be the smallest and lightest in the Synapse family, but it can handle hardpack, crud...
    $828.95
  • La Sportiva Hi5 Alpine Touring Ski
    It's easier to wake up at 4am when you know that it dumped 2 feet last night, and it's even less of a chore when you know it's going to be smooth sailing all the way up to your line and down through the fresh with the pow-crushing shape of the La Sportiva Hi5. Without giving up La Sportiva's...
    $399.47
  • La Sportiva Vapor Nano Ski
    The Vapor Nano Ski from La Sportiva is the newest incarnation of skis that are blurring the lines between uphill and downhill. With tip rocker, tail rocker, and traditional camber underfoot, these lightweight skis can ski anything from deep powder to mank with ease. Where they really shine,...
    $1,199.95
  • La Sportiva Hang5 Alpine Touring Ski
    Ski mountaineering isn't always about edging your way down sketchy, sun-baked slopes; sometimes it's all about the powder. On the days when pow's the word, make sure the La Sportiva Hang5 Alpine Touring Ski is strapped to your foot. With a 117mm waist, a wide 145mm shovel, and a generous amount...
    $371.23
  • La Sportiva GT 2.0 Alpine Touring Ski
    More interested in having one ski for all your touring adventures than packing a whole quiver every time you hit the road' If you are, La Sportiva's GT 2. 0 Alpine Touring Ski is your horse. With a mid-fat waist, plenty of traditional camber, and a lightweight design that's as capable of climbing...
    $283.03
  • La Sportiva Vapor Float Ski
    La Sportiva's Vapor Float Ski is an ultralight fatty perfected for backcountry skiing during those heavenly powder days. Carbon Nanotube Technology ensures a phenomenal performance-to-weight ratio that rides like a heavy freeride ski and only weighs three pounds per ski. La Sportiva ditched the...
    $1,298.95
  • La Sportiva Gara Aero LS Alpine Touring Ski
    The La Sportiva Gara Aero LS Alpine Touring Ski may not be a bird, plane, or superhero, but they still fly--up hills, that is. Born from a collaboration with Ski Trab, these ultralight, World Cup race skis feature a groundbreaking Attivo progressive shape and flex, which enables athletes to...
    $1,098.95
  • La Sportiva Maestro LS Ski
    Maestro LS Ski
    $998.95
  • La Sportiva Maximo LS Ski - Men's
    The La Sportiva Men's Maximo LS Ski strikes a healthy balance between ultralight uphill capabilities and downhill performance. The Maximo maintains a slim weight of three pounds per ski to keep you light on your feet for those days you're logging thousands of feet of vert. La Sportiva was able to...
    $628.95
  • La Sportiva Gara Aero LS Ski - Women's
    La Sportiva teamed up with Ski Trab to produce its newest ultralight offering: the Women's Gara Aero LS Ski. Built to the specifications of gram-counting randonee racers, the Gara Aero sports an ascent-devouring weight that will fly up the mountain and progressive shape that will inspire...
    $1,098.95
  • Liberty Variant 97 Ski
    When your day consists of everything from laying trenches down corduroy to venturing through back bowl crud, you'll want the Liberty Variant 97 Ski on your side. Built to carve in all snow conditions, this ski has an easy-going personality that inspires trust at any speed. The ski's Hammer Rocker...
    $648.95
  • Kastle TX98 Ski
    Being the widest option in the TX series, the TX98 Ski is the soft snow specialist in Kastle's lineup of touring-specific skis. With a versatile 98mm waist, this ski is by no means a dedicated powder ski, but its midfat waist will handle the occasional powder you do encounter in the backountry...
    $948.95
  • Kastle TX90 Ski
    Built to crush the descent and fly up the skintrack, the Kastle TX90 Ski employs a lightweight construction and Kastle's legendary downhill performance. While most companies will trim weight from a ski by eliminating sidewalls, which, ultimately, compromises the overall durability of the ski,...
    $898.95
  • G3 ROAMr 100 Ski
    G3's ROAMr 100 Ski slays the all-mountain game so you can hunt out those last remaining powder stashes and ski the sun cap back to the car, without feeling like you're doing make a mess in your pants. A 100mm waist width means this ski will handle the variable conditions you're guaranteed to...
    $648.95
  • G3 Empire 115 Ski
    If you're going to rule the mountains, you'll need some throne-ready boards like the G3 Empire Carbon 115 Ski. It's a full-fledged pow ski built in G3's lightweight tradition, with a 115mm waist that's right in the big-mountain, deep-snow sweet spot and a fully rockered profile that's surfy,...
    $898.95
  • Hagan Ski Mountaineering Tour Professional Ultra Ski
    When it comes to high alpine skiing, you mean business. and the Hagan Ski Mountaineering Tour Professional Ultra Ski eagerly awaits your next venture. The successor to the popular Cirrus model, this astoundingly light ski features some beefed-up tech--ABS sidewalls provide focused power transfer...
    $749.95
  • Icelantic Vanguard Ski
    When your pursuit of untracked lines takes you to mountains far removed from chairlifts and condos, you'll want the Icelantic Vanguard Ski on your feet. This effective backcountry tool features Icelantic's reliable Tri-Axe sandwich construction along with a lightweight Ochroma wood core to keep...
    $439.42
  • Icelantic Vanguard 107 Ski
    When your pursuit of untracked lines takes you to mountains far removed from chairlifts and condos, make sure you have the Icelantic Vanguard 107 Ski on your feet. This versatile backcountry tool features Icelantic's reliable Tri-Axe fiberglass sandwich construction, complete with a durable...
    $798.95
  • K2 Coomback 114 Ski
    The K2 Coomback 114 Ski is a new take on a classic, much-loved ski. At 114 it's a bit wider underfoot than previous iterations, meaning you're going to get even more of that surfy feel you love on those deep days. Full sidewalls underfoot give this ski incredible edge control for something this...
    $374.97
  • K2 Coomba 114 Ski
    A beloved classic makes its return again this year, celebrating big lines, deep pow, and stunning days on the backside in the tradition of its unforgettable namesake. This year's K2 Coomback 114 Ski didn't lose or gain weight over the summer, and it returns with the same capable 114mm waist for...
    $749.95
  • K2 Wayback 96 Ski
    If skiing was food, riding lifts would be frozen pizza and ski mountaineering would be a perfect souffle: both are delicious, but one can be done by anyone while the other takes time, effort, and dedication. In this scenario, the K2 Wayback 96 Ski is the fine tool of a top chef, designed to slice...
    $699.95
  • K2 Talkback 96 Ski - Women's
    It's one of those beautiful, deep powder days that skiers just dream about. White, fluffy goodness hanging from every tree branch as you zip up the morning skintrack. In the past, you would have had to choose between hauling up your heavy powder planks or opt for you light but skinny touring skis...
    $699.95
  • La Sportiva Maximo LS Ski - Women's
    Your penchant for human-powered descents may lead some to call you a glutton for punishment, but that could have something to do with the fact that they've never skied the La Sportiva Women's Maximo LS Ski. With a lightweight construction that will fly up steep skintracks like you're on an...
    $628.95
  • Moment Tallac Ski
    When you're preparing for a longer tour, grab the Moment Tallac Ski. With a shape that's based off the venerable and hard charging Governor, the Tallac's a more traditional ski than many of Moment's offerings. The Tallac's profile consists of camber underfoot, a moderately rockered tip, and a...
    $729.00
  • Voile V6 Ski
    Brand spanking new for this winter, the Voile V6 Ski is a smaller, lighter, and nimble of version of Voile's acclaimed V8, with the same construction, shape, and design, but a narrower waist that makes it more of an everyday ski than a pure pow charger. It's lighter than the V8, which makes it a...
    $649.95
  • Voile Vector Ski
    Sprint up the skin track with the lightweight Voile Vector Ski and begin your quest for soft, shady stashes or pinner couloirs. The win-win-win combo of a rockered tip, slightly raised tail, and traditional camber underfoot lets you lay down a solid edge on hardpack, float through the freshies,...
    $624.95
  • Voile WSP Ski
    Americans are all about speed, so how come we've never made a killer skimo ski until now' There's no good answer, but Salt Lake City's Voile decided it was time to change that, so it made the new WSP Ski to be a superlight randonnee and mountaineering ski in the finest Euro-Lycra tradition....
    $649.95
  • Voile WSG Ski - Women's
    Made for girls who don't feel at home unless they're melting snow on the way up the skinner, the Voile WSG Ski (that's Wasatch Speed Girl, if you were wondering) is a lightweight, American-made skimo plank for competitors and serious recreationalists alike. It's built with the same construction...
    $649.95
  • Voile X7 Ski
    Every ski Voile makes is light, but some are lighter than others--weird, right' The X7 Ski is essentially an X9 that's cut out the pizza and ice cream, so its waist is a little narrower, its weight is a little lower, and its edges are little bit more accessible, making it a killer choice for...
    $694.95
  • Voile X9 Ski
    Voile is one of the primary denizens of the lightweight touring niche, so it's probably not the first name that comes to mind when you hear, "backcountry freeride ski," but that's a pretty apt description of the new X9 Ski. With more sidecut, a larger rocker, and less taper than the classic V8,...
    $694.95
  • Voile SuperCharger Ski - Women's
    While its name might lead you to believe that the Voile Women's SuperCharger Ski is a sort of battery-powered, high-energy animal that just-won't-stop-skiing, it's in fact designed to cater to your more human-powered pursuits. With its women-specific construction, the SuperCharger caters to...
    $694.95
  • Voile SuperCharger Ski - Men's
    A supercharged ski season consists of traveling between hemispheres in search of the best backcountry turns, which means you'd have to take whatever condition you get as soon as your flight lands. Lucky for you, the Voile Men's SuperCharger Ski is versatile enough to handle windblown peaks in...
    $694.95
  • Voile V6 BC Ski
    For skiers traveling over miles upon miles of undulating terrain like a fish swimming upstream, the Voile V6 BC Ski saves valuable transition time spent applying and removing skins. Built with the same lightweight aspen and carbon fiber core, hybrid rocker profile, and versatile 99mm waist width...
    $694.95
  • Voile V8 Ski
    Imagine if your pickup got 40mpg, drove like a sports car, and cost as much as a hatchback. That's basically what the Voile V8 Ski does, except, you know, it's a ski and not a car. It's a fat, powder-loving touring ski, with a waist that's well over 100mm, a wide tip, and a tapered tail that help...
    $649.95
  • Volkl V-Werks BMT 94 Ski
    You used to only have two choices: skin up on your big-mountain skis and cry because your legs felt like they were going to fall off, or zip up on your rando toothpicks and cry because you were scared of tumbling all the way down your line. No more. Volkl's come to your rescue with the V-Werks...
    $1,199.00
  • Volkl V-Werks BMT 109 Ski
    Tough decisions abound in the mountains: Keep going or turn around' Couloir jump-turning or open-face ripping' Beer or whiskey' Volkl's V-Werks BMT 109 ski won't stop these dilemmas from dogging you, but with a featherweight construction and full-blown freeride pedigree, it'll at least mean you...
    $1,199.00
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