STOCKLI FT EDGE - 2022Regular price $1,199.00
The Stockli Edge FT is a touring ski that offers a lightweight, efficient build while maintaining stability for the descent. The Edge FT transforms and all-mountain freeride ski into the ultimate touring ski for serious skiers. Starting with the core, Stockli uses a Super Light Core which keeps the weight down, but also provides a very dynamic response from the ski. A thing glass laminate is laid over the core for some added stiffness and stability to beef the ski up a bit. Despite a simple core, you get very solid stability as well as agility from the ski on the descent, not to mention a nice light ski for the climb. Similar to the Stormrider line, the Edge FT feature's Stockli's new Freeride Tip design which improves the ski's overall ability to handle softer snow thanks to a lighter, more elongated tip shape. Tail rocker is added to the profile of the ski to allow for a smoother release when you need to really round off your turns in the steeps. Stockli designed the edge FT with what they call Vario Sidecut. All that really means is the ski's width is dependent on its length, this helps tailor the ski's performance to the specifications of a particular skier. More surface area in the longer versions is particularly beneficial for a taller and/or heavier skier due to the increased surface area. Other tasteful design features that make your life easy on a tour include a cut-out in the tail to fit a skin clip, and the newly updated topsheet design called Titec Evo. This textured topsheet deters snow from sticking to your ski helping keep any weight being added to your feet, step by step. Experienced skiers will love the versatility and lightweight construction of the Stockli Edge FT.
STOCKLI STORMRIDER 95 - 2022Regular price $1,149.99
A ski that blends piste performance with powder prowess, the Stockli Stormrider 95 is back yet again for another season, but this time it comes with a few tweaks that make it a more effective ski overall. From a construction standpoint, not all that much has changed in terms of the way these skis are built. A light wood core along with two sheets of Titanal laid overtop provide the signature smooth feel we all know and love from Stockli. By printing the graphic right into the top sheet of metal, there is a fairly significant weight savings as a result, and needless to say, it makes the skis look pretty darn cool. Stockli redesigned the tip shape of the entire Stormrider line with the intention of providing better float and better edge hold. The new Freeride Tip design is lighter and more stable and it improves float for a more effortless experience in softer snow. Other than that, we see everything that made the Stormrider 95 such a widely loved ski prior to the new design. Tip and tail rocker provide plenty of maneuverability for all-mountain skiing, while the camber underfoot ensure that you can hold a solid edge on the firm stuff. This would be a fantastic daily driver for skiers who ski a mixed bag of terrain on a daily basis as it really does provide great versatility. While it might not have quite the float of it's wider relative, the Stormrider 102, it can certainly handle a substantial amount of soft snow, no question. Ski it all with the Stockli Stormrider 95.