G3 District

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Emerging from the G3 Tonics success, the larger G3 District is sure to earn even higher cult status among backcountry skiers. With 112mm underfoot, progressive camber line and significant early rise tip and tail, the District is primed for short range missions and deep snow. The ultralight semi-cap construction paves the way for this wider ski without increasing the weight, staying true to the magic mix of performance and tourability that earned the smaller Tonic its fame.

- CampSaver.com

Evolving from the extremely popular G3 Tonic, the G3 District 100 telemark/randonee skis have the same dimensions, but feature PowerLight construction that yields more stable, fun and lighter skis.

- REI

With 112 mm underfoot, the G3 District skis are wider, and floatier than the similiar G3 Tonic. The early-rise tip, makes the District initiate a turn, with barely a thought, and the progressive camber makes it hold a turn without wavering. The semi-cap construction reduces weight for less touring effort. The District embodies, the best example of, the delicious modern blend of freeride performance and mountaineering tourability. Early rise tip and tail PowerLight construction, with 2 layers of titanal, for stability and dampness Semi-cap top sheet with dual-density sidewalls for positive power transmission

- OMCgear

Your district is the backcountry, and you like to get there under your own power. With the District 112, G3 offers up the ultimate combination of lightweight touring performance and freeride charging capabilities that will help you bring your off-piste descents to a whole new level. A 112mm gives you generous float, and EarlyRise 3 rocker profile gives the ski awesome maneuverability and stability for your skiing pleasure. At a claimed weight of 8. 2 pounds per pair, the G3 is more than a pound lighter per pair than most of the competition's offerings, and therefore saves you a significant amount of energy on the uphill. This weight savings is achieved through the use of a lightweight yet strong paulownia/poplar wood core. Although the District 112 is extremely lightweight for its size, the use of two layers of Titanal aluminum and dual-density vertical sidewalls make the ski exceptionally stable at high speeds and in crud. G3's own EarlyRise 3 rocker profile places a long area of regular camber underfoot for more edge-hold and stability and early rise in the tip and tail for powder float and easy turn initiation. Strap on the G3 District 112 this season and take your backcountry adventures to the next level.

- Backcountry.com

If your home hill serves up soft conditions more often than not, the G3 District All-Mountain Skis will make an excellent quiver of one for resort and backcountry skiing. Measuring in at 112mm underfoot and designed with tip and tail rise in its profile, the District offers uncontested soft snow performance. You'll float like the proverbial butterfly on these sticks, while the Titanal laminate, light camber and semi-cap construction will keep you carving when the powder runs out. Mixing a lightweight wood core design and metal laminate, the District offers modest weight and great dampening for all mountain ripping and backcountry touring.

- Altrec Outlet