Rooted deep in backcountry ski culture, the G3 mission has always been to improve your winter backcountry experience. G3 Genuine Guide Gear began in 1995 with a commitment to meeting the high standards of hardcore mountain ski guides. G3 skis and G3 bindings are beloved by alpine athletes across the globe for their top-of-the-line durability, performance and quality. G3 skins lead the industry with proprietary tip and tail connection systems, which are unlike anything else on the market. G3 Genuine Gui ... Learn more about G3de Gear doesn’t take their namesake lightly, holding all their gear to a higher standard with thorough quality check and field testing. A truly authentic ski brand, G3 ensures every piece of gear is ready to perform when you need it most. ... Less
Reviewed by Rutiger Swift from Front Range Colorado on Wednesday, May 27, 2015
This was my first pair of flat or reverse camber ski, and they perform better than I expected. First time I took them out I tried them on groomers to see what reverse camber felt like on piste. I was surprised that it allowed me to make good GS turns and did not feel squirrelly going edge to edge. I have them mounted with Dynafits so I have done a fair amount of touring with them. They are a bit heavier with the titanal in them but I find them to be very solid skis. They do not get thrown around by chopped up snow and do awesome in 6-10 inches even though they are only 97mm underfoot. http://denver.craigslist.org/spo/5020315724.html
Reviewed by Old Tom from Seattle on Tuesday, April 01, 2014
Got these because they are light weight, good to cary on a pack. Mounted them with some binding freedom solyfit plates so Salomon alpine or Dynafit alpine touring bindings would be interchangeable . Have only used them alpine and am pleasantly surprised. They hang in there on the groomed, are nice in spring snow bumps and track well letting them run on the flats. Good for such a light weight ski. I plan on using them for hike up ski down once the lifts close. Me - 5' 11'' 170# 177cm ski
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