Skimo Co

Hagan Ride Jr Ski


A dedicated touring ski tuned for kids finding their stride in the backcountry. Cut from the same cloth as Hagan’s big-human skis, the Ride Jr sports a proper weight, shape, and tune specifically for small humans. A lightweight Poplar core keeps weight down while Hagan’s Diamond Edge Cap, found on the infamous Y-Series skis, seals the deal. The sidecut has been tuned specifically for uphill and downhill performance in variable conditions, while the sintered bases have been stone ground for a smooth, predictable glide. A confidence-inspiring and easy-skiing 220mm of tip rocker maximizes flotation on safe, low angle terrain. Escape from inflated lift ticket prices and teach your kids about the joys of backcountry adventure.

  • Sintered bases are inexpensive, sturdy, and fast right out of the plastic.
  • Mini Poplar wood core is the same material found in Poplar trees.
  • A generous 220mm of tip rocker reduces frustration among budding rippers and their parents.
  • Diamond Edge Cap construction shaves weight while improving edge hold.
  • Matching junior touring binding with lower release values.
  • Precut mohair mix skins available here!
Lengths (cm) 125, 135, 145
convert to ounces
935g [135]
860g [125]
Weight (pair) 1870g [135]
1720g [125]
Sidecut   114-76-105 [125]
112-76-105 [135]
114-76-106 [145]
Turn Radius   8.5m [125]
10.3m [135]
11.8m [145]
Skin Fix   Round tip & tail
Specs Verified Yes
Profile   Short kids radius
Shape   Rockered tip, camber underneath
Construction   Jr Cap
Core   Poplar wood
Skimo Co Says
Usage Family outings
Notes Sintered base for smooth gliding
Bottom Line Affordable quality for juniors
Compare to other Kid's Skis

Questions & Reviews

Eric Steig (used product regularly)
My kid's got a pair of these. Loves them. Backcountry, front country, you name it. Mount them with some Dynafit Rotation 7s. Even better, ATK now makes "light" versions of most of their bindings, which go down to DIN 3 or so.

Just 4 stars because rather traditional shape (not rocker). (I'm sure it doesn't matter much.)
Reply from Eric S
I should add, the Hagan Jr. binding is ok (we've used them) but if you can get your kid in some modern bindings, so much the better.
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