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Icelantic Nomad

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At first glace the Icelandic Nomad RKR Ski looks like a piece of art, but you wouldn't want to hang it on a wall; this beauty of a ski is all about getting you to push your boundaries and have fun. This hybrid wanderer carves, floats, and butters its way down any terrain with a balanced flex, 2mm of camber underfoot, and a rockered tip and tail. As a result you're able to comfortably roam all over the resort and out-of-bounds, if you so choose (with the proper avalanche equipment, of course). This well-designed and handmade ski features a poplar wood core for durability, strength, and pop, while strategically-placed layers of ETLX 2200 fiberglass, unilateral fiberglass, a matte fiberglass mounting plate, and carbonium topsheet material provide torsional rigidity and improved durability. Its three layers of 20mm rubber foil, placed at critical points throughout the layers of the ski, help to absorb vibrations and chatter during high speed turns on hardpack. In case you're worried about blowing an edge, don't be; Icelandic gave the Nomad 2. 2mm steel edges that you can count on. And as you're skiing fast and fluidly down the mountain, you'll enjoy the Nomad's Durasurf 4001 sintered p-tex bases.

- Backcountry.com