Weight 2.7 kg / 5.9 lb (165 cm)
Tip/Waist/Tail Width 114 / 83 / 104 mm
Available Lengths 165 / 171 / 178 / 186

Manufacturer's Description

Visit G3's Soulfly page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Exclusively from Mountain Gear, G3's super efficient Soulfly EVO ski is a lightweight, ski with a narrow waist for touring fast and carving faster. The capped construction keeps weight to a minimum and makes your flex consistent. Carbon fiber reinforced paulownia core and a razor tip design slices through crust and soft snow.

- Mountain Gear

The touring equivalent of the multi-tool, the G3 Soulfly Ski dishes out fast, lightweight trail breaking on the up track and stable turns for the down, even while skiing on-piste. All-mountain-capable dimensions and sidecut enable you to carve easy, fun arcs on any kind of snow or terrain while the weight-saving cap construction and Razor Tip design help you efficiently slice up the slope.

- Backcountry.com

While narrow by today's standards, we expect the G3 Soulfly to be popular with those who have been skinning the backcountry for a long time. Why? As more people get into ski mountaineering, those who were there before them will seek solitude by skinning farther away. Super light and slightly narrower skis will give them an advantage in getting to those far away powder stashes. Superlight Paulownia wood core Trail breaking razor tip design

- OMCgear

CLOSEOUTS . Light is right when you're bagging peaks or heading out on long tours. G3 Soulfly Telemark/AT skis minimize weight and maximize performance with lightcap construction, a razor tip that excels at breaking trail and a superlight wood core. Available Colors: SEE PHOTO.

- Sierra Trading Post

G3 Soulfly


The G3 Soulfly is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 20, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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