Ride Style : Tour
Rocker : Mustache Rocker Triplecamber
Price : ¥148,500-(Tax inc)
Lengthes : 174,179,184,1903size : 138-112-129
Mount Point : -5cm
Woodcore : Paulonia/Ash
Sidewall : ABS
Lay up :LOWFAT LAYUP
TopSheet : TEXTURED NYLON TOPSHEET
Base : 7500 CARBON BASE
Damping : VDS DAMPING
Edge : 2.2 Euro Edge
PAULOWNIA/ASH WOOD CORE
Full length, knot free, vertically laminated in house. Our unique touring oriented core offers unrivaled energy in an ultralight package. No hollow dead feeling here. The real deal, just light on its feet so you can go back for more.
Extruded sidewalls constructed of modified Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene (ABS) provide stiffness, dampening, durability. Allow for more impact resistance and easier repairs that stay put so you can bring the abuse year after year, season after season.
A combination of custom lighter triaxial, carbon fiber designed to compliment our touring cores makes the uphill easier without sacrificing fun on the way back down.
7500 SERIES CARBON BASE
Skis are tools not treasures and that means they need to take a beating which is why use carbon infused sintered UHMWPE (Ultra High Molecular Weight PolyEthylene). Harder, faster and with better wax absorption and retention than extruded bases this is the industry leader for performance and longevity.
2.2 EURO EDGE
There are only a handful of edge manufacturers in the world. We go straight to the source for the best of the best. We use only 2.2mm Rockwell 48 hardened steel edges. Heat treated additionally in house to ensure you get nothing but the absolute most out of your skis.
Back when we made the original, skinnier Deathwish Tour, you clamored for a fatty. Then we made it, and now here we are again, after countless requests, making a narrow Deathwish Tour.
But this one isn’t the OG.
We’ve learned a lot about how to build badass touring skis after pressing up a few thousand in various profiles, and all of that knowledge goes into the new Deathwish Tour 104. It packs all the versatility of the wider version into a lighter and more agile package while giving up none of the skin track grip and sketchy condition security of Triple Camber. But where this new version really shines is in how damp it feels for how light and whippable it is. European beech stringers keep the Deathwish Tour 104 impressively composed from drop-in to runout—and while you might not notice it as much on turn one, it’s something you’ll appreciate when you hit the cat track back to the yurt after your third thigh-burning multi-thousand-foot descent of the day.
This is a ski built for big days, multi-mile approaches, crushing vert to god knows where, corn harvests on your favorite volcanos, and extra-spicy, shark fin-loaded ridgeline traverses. Give yourselves a pat on the back—you asked for it…five years after we axed it at your request.
Eventually you’ll learn to trust us. More likely, we’ll just continue this never ending cycle. Guess that does mean more skis for you and more refinement work for us. Figures.
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