There are a lot of choices for AT skis these days, but we are stoked here at 8kpeak to see Lou Dawson at Wild Snow pipe in with his industry review:
"I truly do enjoy these skis, having been on them quite a bit last winter and now with a few days this season. They’re different. Not as solid feeling on the down as our full-on alpine skis that tour (Chugach & BMT, for example). But they have a cool silky feel that actually reminds me of Fishers I skied on decades ago. Perhaps that’s caused by more metal in the ski, or perhaps just the particular culture at Fischer, (or perhaps I’m imagining things?) but these guys are nice. You’ll find them to perform well as a wider plank for powder touring. They’re playful on hardpack though as with many touring oriented skis you’re not going to be entering any slalom races. A 180 cm version weighs around 1300 grams, good. "
Check out Lou's take on all the skis at https://www.wildsnow.com/17894/wildsnow-ultimate-backcountry-ski-quiver-2015-2016/
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