|Length||170, 180, 190 cm|
|Turn Radius||28 m (180 cm length)|
|Weight||9.75 lbs (180 cm length)|
Icelantic Seeker Ski
Location: Kelowna, BC
these are tanks. super stiff tail, and lots of it. the early rise tip gives some piece of mind when blasting through questionable sections- not hooky, very stable. the thing to point out- these skis do turn! they carve quite well, but want to be going very fast when they do it so that you can actually get some angulation. once you get used to spotting your turns about 50 meters in front of you, it's possible to thread the needle on-carve, repeatedly and confidently. have fun in the bumps, too! (if working hard is fun, which it can be with the seeker.) don't be surprised if it's not your everyday ride, but the days it makes an appearance are always fun.