Skimo Co

Hagan Sky Force Ski


It’s about time someone focused on making decent touring gear for kids. Hagan is a family-owned Austrian company that understands how to spend quality time with your kids: skiing uphill! The Sky Force skis are specially tuned for juniors, with an easy sidecut and 200mm of rocker in the tip. Also the price is right for the little ones. You no longer have to be chained to the resort just to hang out with your kids.

  • Diamond Edge Cap construction means he/she won’t destroy them quickly.
  • Sintered bases are stone ground for a nice slide out of the plastic.
  • Ultralight Paulownia wood core is what should be in your skis too.
  • Hagan also offers a junior touring binding with lower release values.
  • Matching skins available.
Lengths (cm) 125, 135, 145
convert to ounces
985g [125]
1075g [135]
1190g [145]
Weight (pair) 1970g [125]
2150g [135]
2380g [145]
Sidecut   110-81-105 [125]
112-81.5-107 [135]
114-82-109 [145]
Turn Radius   10.9m [135]
Skin Fix   Round tip & tail
Specs Verified Yes
Profile   Short kids radius
Shape   Rockered tip, camber underneath
Construction   Diamond Edge Cap
Core   Paulownia wood
Skimo Co Says
Usage Family outings
Notes Decked out with fighter planes!
Bottom Line Affordable quality for juniors
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Questions & Reviews

John Olson (used product regularly)
I have skied on these a dozen days now. In conditions anything from waist deep powder in Japan to icy groomers. They dominated every where.
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thomc (used product regularly)
I got these to outfit my 8 year old. He's mostly done xc, and a little downhill on east coast hills (ie, tilted football fields.) I was going to use their binders too, but the ebay boots I got him on this year were too big, so went for a small Fritchi Daimir. The setup is not light, but it's not like he's going to skin all night. They ski like a million bucks - you can tell they are much better handling than the rentals he's been on, and even in a 135, likely 10-20 cm longer than he rents, he has better control and great edging (pizza pie style - not yet skiing french fry style, aka parallel.) Since he's not skied much else, and we haven't even used the skis or uphill capabilities yet, it's hard to compare, but it is obviously a well made ski and if you can get a few years out of it a good value too. 4 stars primarily due to weight, but at this price I don't expect them to lay a lot of carbon in there. Finally, given the amount of back and forth with Michael Hagen at Hagan, and Jason at Skimo, these are easily the greatest testament to great service winning the day, if not the profitability wars. Both Michael and Jason were super helpful: without their patience I would not have been able to make this very successful xmas present happen, and all the great times they will facilitate.
Reply from thomc
2nd season. Great ski, still mostly on resorts. It is a heavy rig, with a frame Fritchi. It seems to articulate well, edges like a champ, and damp. I don't feel comfortable putting a 9 year old on dynafit style bindings. Yet. Would redrill this ski in a minute when that time comes. It's a very sturdy, not excessively heavy board (but not light) with good flex. It has tips which won't hook, will hold the skins which are good, and again it has excellent hold on ice/hardpack/groomed surfaces. No action on powder yet. Will advise.
Reply from thomc
He skied these in all kinds of snow in 2017 and to good effect. Still heavy, but good in all conditions, and safe: released rarely, but when needed. Skins are fine too.
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