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Retailers' Descriptions

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Ah, you seek adventure, my son' Indeed, the lure of excitement has seduced many, though few who undertake such quests return. 'Tis a frozen wasteland into which you venture, full of deep pow, steep lines, and big drops. I see you carry a weapon: the Icelantic Seeker Ski. It looks to be a fine blade. Will it be enough to see your safe return'Indeed it will, sir. The Seeker is equipped with everything I need to excel in this forbidden big-mountain zone--an early-rise tip ensures that I shall easily slay all soft and variable snow, while the flat tail, wide platform, and traditional camber underfoot allow me to stomp enormous cliffs and outrace all vile beasts who dare pursue me. Indeed, the Seeker loves speed above all else. It is quite stiff and has only a small amount of sidecut, truly coming to life when allowed to run and make large-radius turns, and a sintered Durasurf 4001 base allows speeds that even a villainous dragon cannot match. For such a formidable weapon, it is durable and light, courtesy of sandwich construction and a core made from the finest poplar wood. And as you can see, the artwork is worthy of a truly legendary big-mountain blade. It is on the Seeker that I shall seek, and win, my powder fortune.

- Backcountry.com

CLOSEOUTS . Designed especially for powder hounds, hard chargers and speed demons, Icelanticand#39;s Seeker alpine skis deliver a stiff flex, 40mm of early rise in the tip, a flat tail and a fat 112mm waist that come together to charge big mountain lines with speed and grace. Available Colors: SEE PHOTO. Sizes: 170, 180, 190.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Seeker is a big mountain charging ski, designed to go fast. Its stiff flex, combined with 40mm of early rise in the tip, a flat tail and minimum sidecut creates a ski that wants to be opened up. Buckle up, calm yourself and point it! You are going to have a hell of a ride.

- Bentgate.com

Icelantic Seeker

previously retailed for:
$156.07 - $739.00

The Icelantic Seeker is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2016 at Backcountry.com.

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