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Retailers' Descriptions

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Hailed by Skiing Magazine's reviewers as predictable and providing even flex with incredible responsiveness, G3 Genuine Guide Gear's Spitfire Ski is versatile on steeps, not only on the downhill, but because they're perfect for climbing as well. While they truly shine in soft-packed snow, the Spitfires shine as all-mountain skis capable of handling everything from ice and crud to powder with 89 mm waist that provides just enough surface area for float.

- Mountain Gear

Spitfire embodies the new standard for versatility; this G3 ski handles any snow, from hero to horrific.


The G3 Spitfire Ski is the plank of choice for mountain guides, ski professionals, and anyone else headed for variable or uncertain snow conditions. The 89mm waist floats in the pow without sacrificing its carving game on groomers or sun crust.

- Backcountry.com

The G3 Spitfire is as fast, nimble and fun as a World War II fighter. A favorite among the staff here at OMC, the Spitfire is a high performance quiver of one, the Spitfire performs like a race ski on groomers and turns on a dime in the trees. The Spitfire's lightweight makes them an ideal touring ski that will never disappoint on the descent. Skiers at every level will find something they love about this vibrant and fun ski! G3 Spitfire Specs: Tip/Waist/Tail Width:

- OMCgear

G3 Spitfire


The Spitfire has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$299.98 - $599.95

The G3 Spitfire is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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