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Sometimes untracked snow is all you have; other times you have to work to find it, and that's where the G3 SEEKr 110 Ski comes in handy. A soft snow dominator, the SEEKr is a solid choice for powder floating, and it's also ridiculously light so you can seek out those soft patches of pow when the backcountry seems completely tracked. At three pounds per ski, the SEEKr certainly won't slow you down as you check the tops of peaks or the farthest reaches of forested terrain. A 110 waist certainly makes this ski a powder hound, but the slight camber initiates enough edge control to keep you stable if you can't find any soft snow that day. G3 made the SEEKr with a 3D-shaped core that you can see in the photo. A combination of poplar and paulownia woods keeps the ski poppy, light, and fun. There are four layers of carbon to make the ski surprisingly stiff for how little it weighs, and a small amount of aluminum keeps your bindings intact after mounting. G3's PolyUrethane sidewalls add the same durability as resort skis, which is something that most ultralight skis lack.
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