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The women's-specific flex version of the Warrant, the Ember is a great solution for those who want a full-length camber, everyday all-mountain ski with a lively, snappy feel. You'll be ripping down groomers with traditional tip and tail rise for full-length edge contact while maintaining maximum stability.
More sidecut, lighter and easier to turn at any speed than the Verdict, the Ember will tear it up on groomers or cash in on a little worn in side country. 3D Sandwich poplar wood core with ABS tapered sidewalls for maximum energy return combined with Dual Bow Technology with two ribs puts power to the edges from tip to tail with maximum energy return.
Optimal use: 20% soft snow / 80% hard snow
Blemished : These skis are cosmetic seconds and are slightly imperfect. The imperfections do not affect performance.
- Additional Information
Year Fall 2011 Ski Dimensions
Series : Women's Freeride - Blemished
Skier Weight Recommendations:
158 - under 70.3 kg / 155 lb
168 - 65.8 - 79.4 kg / 145 - 175 lb
Weight Per Pair :
3.2 kg / 7 lb 1 oz estimated (158 cm)
3.4 kg / 7 lb 8 oz (168 cm)
126-95-115 (158 cm)
128-95-116 (168 cm)
Turn Radius :
19 m (158 cm)
20 m (168 cm)
Dual Torsion Bow Tech
Poplar wood core
Weight N/A Ski Size Recommendation N/A
Customer Reviews 2 item(s)
2nd this is a great all arounder
I'm primarily a backcountry tele skier and love the rocker and flex on these skis. I have to admit I skied the Bolton glades on these and not some sick fresh pow pow out at Stevensville Rd. but I found they are easy to initiate and even though they were almost 5cm longer than I normally ski, I felt in control and had a great time.
Awesome All Around Ski
I love this ski for my everyday adventures. It's stiff enough for that aggressive skier but versatile enough to take in the trees on a powder day. The sidewall allows it to hold an edge in the New England crud and has just enough early rise in the tip to give you a little bit of float on the ungroomed trails. A great ski for the advance women skier who wants to tackle the whole mountain.
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