It's mud season now in Vermont's Champlain Valley (aka "the banana belt") but there's still plenty of snow up high! That means it's time to start selling off our 2012/2013 fleet of demo skis.
Here we have a pair of Worth Daily Bread 171cm skis mounted up with Marker Baron AT bindings (size small). These skis are Vermont born, Vermont bred, and all about Vermont shred. The Daily breads feature the stiffest, roundest flex pattern and most "standard" shape in the Worth line-up, and is designed to be the all-round ski for the consummate East Coast skier. The sidecut is 132- 98-116, and and the center of the sidecut is further forward than in any other Worth ski.
Worth describes their inspiration for these skis thusly: "In the Breadloaf Wilderness of Vermont, beautiful Green Mountain National Forest backcountry meets the training grounds of the Middlebury College Ski Team. Inspired by this environment, The DB offers maximum versatility. Our narrowest shape, the DB has the shortest turn radius, most forward bias in the sidecut and least taper. A strong carver, the DB is equally at home ripping steep, hard, groomed trails as it is dancing through backcountry hardwood stands. If your daily grind includes lapping the groomers, skipping through glades, weaving through bumps and heading into the wilderness, the DB is a perfect choice. The DB features design elements like an early rise tip and taper that maximize fun in varied snow, bred with real carving credentials. Welcome to the East."
Our ski manager rates the condition of this particular pair as an 8 out of 10.
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