G3 Tonic

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Specs

Weight 3.6 KG / 7.9 LB (172 cm)
Tip/Waist/Tail Width 132 / 100 / 123 mm
Available Lengths 172 / 177 / 185 / 192 cm

Manufacturer's Description

Visit G3's Tonic page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Take a shot of the G3 Tonic All Mountain Ski if you need one board that can tour, float in the pow, and dice the hardpack. The lightweight poplar core means it can climb like a champ, its early rise tip and reduced camber underfoot lets you be in control of where it goes, and the dual density sidewalls help it grip the hardpack and power through chop. Don't let your sticks give you a hangover, pour yourself the Tonic All Mountain Ski from G3.

- Altrec Outlet

CLOSEOUTS . G3and#39;s Tonic alpine skis enable you to speed down groomers and float down untouched powder with its EarlyRise 2.5and#174; profile and 100mm waist. The versatility to explore the backcountry, sidecountry and your favorite resort is yours with the Tonic. Available Colors: SEE PHOTO.

- Sierra Trading Post

Cure your powder-blues and slip out-of-bounds with ease, G3's Tonic Ski is just what the doctor ordered providing a smoother ride and less chatter with the dual density sidewall construction. The reduced camber underfoot and early tip rise combine for easy turns and predictability in deep powder. These cosmetic seconds have some superficial flaw (ex. discoloring) that does not affect the safety or usability of the product.

- Mountain Gear

The G3 Tonic is a double-platnium, best seller with G3's proven JoyRide construction package and a new Early Rise 2.5 camber line. At 100 mm underfoot, the Tonic floats in powder and turns easily and predictably in all conditions. The low mass tip and dual density sidewalls make high speed groomers almost as much fun as powder turns. Early rise tip rocker with reduced camber under foot Low mass tip

- OMCgear

G3 Tonic

MSRP:
$740.88

The G3 Tonic is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 29, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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