Ski Finder

Finding YOUR skis is easier than you think.

We've designed our ski line with a variety of skiers in mind.  Generally, there are less than two models that are going to be the best fit for what you are looking for.  To figure out what we would suggest, just answer two simple questions:
  1. What type of skier are you?
  2. What conditions are you skiing in?

Skier Type

Each ski collection features a shared set of characteristics that will determine if it is the right fit for you.

  1. Freeride
    1. Mount:  Traditional - generally -7cm to -9cm from center.
    2. Flex:  Solid platform, stiffer tail, progressive flex into the tip.
    3. Rocker:  Longer tip rocker, shorter tail rocker, camber underfoot.
    4. You:  Drive your tips, skis fast, wants a stable and supportive ski.
  2. Freestyle
    1. Mount:  Freestyle - generally -3cm to -5cm from center.
    2. Flex:  Solid platform, even, progressive flex into tip & tail.
    3. Rocker:  Progressive tip & tail rocker, camber underfoot.
    4. You:  Ski over the balls of your feet, value maneuverability, fun, and the ability to go switch.
  3. Tour
      1. Mount:  Traditional - generally -7cm to -9cm from center.
      2. Flex:  Solid platform, slightly stiffer tail, overall round flex profile.
      3. Rocker: Longer tip rocker, shorter tail rocker, camber underfoot.
      4. You:  Touring up before you ski down, want a ski that is a ski first, touring device second.
    1. Women's
      1. Mount:  Freestyle - generally -2cm to -3.5cm from center.
      2. Flex:  Solid platform, even, progressive flex into tip & tail.  Rounder than freestyle flex profile.
      3. Rocker:  Progressive tip & tail rocker, camber underfoot.
      4. You:  Ski over the balls of your feet, value maneuverability, fun, and the ability to go switch.

    Snow Condition

    Each ski collection features a shared set of characteristics that will determine if it is the right fit for you.

      1. Hard Snow:   Groomers, park, moguls. Firm snow specialists - (85mm-95mm).
      2. Everyday:  All conditions.  All terrain.  Jack of all Trades - (95-105mm).
      3. All Mountain:  Versatile and fast.  Great in variable snow and off-piste terrain - (100-110mm).
      4. Soft Snow:  Soft days to storm days.  Anytime you need to slash and float - (110-120mm).
      5. Powder:  Dream days. AK, Heli, Cat, or the deepest inbounds days - (120mm+).

      FIND YOUR SKIS

      My skier type is:

      My snow conditions are:

      Click on your skis below:

      Condition Freeride Freestyle Tour Women's
      Hard Snow Wrenegade 88 Magnus
      Everyday Wrenegade 98 Kartel 98 Jessie 88
      All Mountain Wrenegade 108 Kartel 108 Steeple 108 Jessie 98
      Soft Snow Billy Goat Kartel 116 Steeple 116 Jessie 108
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