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Hagan Ultra 77 Ski


Mileage demons, fitness skiers, vertical crushers, heck, anyone will enjoy the benefits brought to bare by the Hagan Ultra 77 ski. Utilizing their 3D cap construction, Hagan was able to keep the weight down while preserving torsional rigidity. The slightly rockered tip helps you stay afloat when the going gets deep, and the semi sidewall, camber underfoot, and flat tail beg for you to push harder into your next turn. To keep things running fast, the Ultra 77 has a Nano Highspeed Stone Ground Race Base (try saying that five-times fast), and a paulownia wood core for lightweight durability that provides some “pop.” For distance touring, ski mountaineering, early morning fitness laps, or just a good light all around ski, you might want to take a peek at the Hagan Ultra 77.

  • Fiberglass binding reinforcement adds durability.
  • Nano Highspeed Stone Ground Race Base all but guarantees you’ll be the first back to the car.
  • Multi-radius sidecut lets you dictate when you make turns, not the other way around.
  • Paulownia wood tip to tail construction creates a damp feel in the best of ways.
  • Semi-sidewall provides increased durability where you need it most - underfoot.
  • 3D cap construction keeps weight down and torsional rigidity high.
  • Speed Tour skin attachment system helps with speedy transitions.
Lengths (cm) 148, 155, 163, 170, 177
convert to ounces
915g [155]
945g [163]
1020g [170]
Weight (pair) 1830g [155]
1890g [163]
2040g [170]
Sidecut   110-76-98 [155]
112-77-99 [163]
112-77-99 [170]
Turn Radius   15-17-18m [155]
16-18-19m [163]
17-19-20m [170]
Skin Fix   Hagan quick tour system
Specs Verified Yes
Profile   Rockered tip, camber underfoot, flat tail
Shape   Multiradius sidecut
Construction   Semi sidewall with wood tip to tail
Core   Paulownia
Skimo Co Says
Usage Light and fast, big missions
Notes Geared for big missions with technical descents
Bottom Line Hagan's answer for big vertical days and fun skiing
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Lance
How do these ski compared to the Voile objectives?
Answer from jbo
Hi Lance, these are quite different! The Voile has more rocker, and more camber, making it handle soft and mushy conditions a bit better. The Hagans are a bit better on hard snow IMO, with a good turning arc but yet not locked in. I'd choose these for inbounds fitness laps and steep skiing, and the Voiles for the rest.
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Question from Gotnoname
Would you say if I’m looking for a ski touring set for Long spring traverses this would work? Obviously traverses will be in various terrain and different snow conditions on same trip
I’m 177 cm 81 kg what length would you suggest?
Answer from Brett S
Thanks for reaching out! This would be a great option for long traverses in the spring. I would go for the 170cm length, however, the 163cm would also work if you prefer shorter skis for their lightweight and maneuverable nature. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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Question from Brent B
Thanks! Also, how would you compare these to the Dynafit Blacklight Pro?
Answer from Cole P
Hey Brent, the Blacklight Pro will be a better mountaineering ski because of the stiffer profile and full sidewalls while the Hagan Ultra 77 is a little easier to ski and would be more of a fitness ski, good for lapping your local mountain.
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Question from gotnoname
Will you also carry Hagan Core skis this year?
Answer from Ian C
Hey gotnoname, no plans to carry the Hagan Core skis this year, but we can do a special order! If you're interested in trying to get that set up, write us at
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Question from Brent B
I am looking for a spring mountaineering ski that I can also use to dabble into skimo racing. I am 5’10” 145lbs. Would you suggest the 170 or 163 length?
Answer from Brett S
Thanks for your question, Brent. If you're looking for a specialized mountaineering ski that can also do Skimo races, I think the 163cm would be appropriate. Please keep in mind this size would emphasize weight savings, maneuverability in tight places, and better kick turns. If you value a ski that is less maneuverable but more stable at speed and has better flotation, 170cm would be the best option. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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Pondsy (downright abused product)
I've been rocking Dynafit Ultras for a lot of years and trusted them in a million sketchy situations and they have never let me down. Absolutely love them for the skimo days when I'm putting lots of vertical and miles in. Especially love the skin attachment system which goes strong no matter how wet, snowy, hot, whatever your skins get during the day.
Absolutely not a powder ski. But who skis powder anyway. I would give ten stars if that was an option.
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