Light backcountry skis save your legs for the downhill so you can enjoy safer turns.  Racers look for skis under 1000 grams, while slightly heavier models will deflect less in crud and tend to take more abuse.  Try our compare tool.

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Voile Hyper Charger Ski
With a name like Hyper Charger, you’d expect the graphics to resemble something off the Millennium Falcon. Fortunately, Voile resisted that temptation, but they could not resist putting their Paulownia and carbon core into the wildly popular Super Charger chassis. Ironically, the result is a lot like the Millennium Falcon: a high-performance platform made nimble and quick by hyper ..
$794.95
Blizzard Zero G 108 Ski
Watch your waistline! It’s starting to creep up with the 108, which of course means you enjoy eating a lot of powder. Probably for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Maybe even fourth meal. If you can’t get enough of the soft stuff, and want a ski to point right down it, check out the Zero G 108. Blizzard used the same impressive Carbon Drive construction as the other Zero Gs, but pushed..
$799.95
Voile Hyper V8 Ski
The Voile Hyper V8 is one of the most fun-filled fat skis out there. Surfy and floaty, even in heavy powder, it inspires the confidence to really let it run. The Voile hybrid rocker keeps the ski nimble in tight spaces or while ripping through the aspens. Ample camber ensures that if that powder turns out to be windboard or sun crust, you’ll maintain control and smiles for miles. T..
$794.95
DPS Wailer 112RP Tour1 Ski
The Wailer 112 started a new comparison category for us called “excess fat”. Sure, DPS made the touring version of its iconic resort ski light enough to carry uphill. But skiing back down on it is cheating, pure and simple. The rockered profile perfectly integrated with the buttery sidecut makes skiing too easy. You can lean forward in powder as if you’re skiing groomers, and no on..
$1095.00
DPS Yvette 112 Tour1 Ski
Ladies, if you’re a glutton for powder, please meet the Yvette Tour1. The ever-popular Wailer/Yvette shape can now be safely carried uphill and ripped back down on the deepest of days. DPS used it’s Tour1 layup, including the carbon and glass laminates, to make this version light and stable. The shape and profile is DPS’ signature: generous rocker integrated into an easy shape. The..
$1095.00
La Sportiva Vapor Float Ski
If you’re not content simply skiing powder and instead want to levitate down the mountain, the Vapor Float was made for you. La Sportiva has made the ultimate floater, aptly named. Using the same carbon nanotube construction as the Nano and Svelte, the 117mm underfoot monster has an unrivalled surface-to-weight ratio. The Float is a ski you can safely lift up and down the mountain ..
$1298.95 $896.28
DPS Lotus 124 Tour1 Ski
You can probably ski on water with these. If you want to avoid penetrating said water, skin track, or deep powder, check out the DPS Lotus 124 Tour1. We won’t carry them uphill for you, but apparently they aren’t too bad to lug up there, and reportedly the smile-size makes up for them on the way down. If moderation is not your thing, the generous rocker, waist-width, and easy-skiin..
$1095.00
Demo Skis
From time to time we sell used demo skis and new sample skis that we obtained as part of our worldwide search for quality lightweight ski gear. We offer great deals, typically selling the samples at or below our cost. We got to see them, you get to ski them. Win, win. Dynastar Pierra Menta RC - Rocker Carbon race skis from 2015/16, in either 150cm or 160cm lengths. These are Wor..
From $399.95
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