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Overview

About Icelantic Gypsy SKNY Alpine Skis

Closeouts. Icelantic's Gypsy SKNY alpine skis are a remake of the company's popular Gypsy but with a skinnier 99mm waist. They eat up fresh snow with ease, and the rockered profile and springy poplar core provide stability along with a playful, lively feel.

Specs

Specs about Icelantic Gypsy SKNY Alpine Skis

  • Core material: Poplar wood
  • Base material: Durasurf 4001 sintered
  • Construction: Tri-axe
  • Profile: Reverse Camber
  • Tail: Raised
  • Overall weight: 7 lb. 9 oz.
  • 170:
  • Tip width: 126mm
  • Waist width: 99mm
  • Tail width: 122mm
  • Turn radius: 19m
  • 180:
  • Tip width: 126mm
  • Waist width: 99mm
  • Tail width: 122mm
  • Turn radius: 22m
  • 190:
  • Tip width: 126mm
  • Waist width: 99mm
  • Tail width: 122mm
  • Turn radius: 25m
  • Recommended use: Powder
  • Made in United States of America
  • Gender Men
  • Visit our Alpine Skiing Guide

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5.000000 5 Overall Rating: 5 Based on 1 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bugdunker from California on Friday, January 27, 2017
Only had these things on the frontside once so far, but they were nice! Coming off of some all mountain skis that were built for lightness vs. stability, these bad boys busted through the crud, while still making quick turns, when needed. The powder was pretty cinsolidated, so I didn't get to make... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bugdunker from California on Friday, January 27, 2017
    Only had these things on the frontside once so far, but they were nice! Coming off of some all mountain skis that were built for lightness vs. stability, these bad boys busted through the crud, while still making quick turns, when needed. The powder was pretty cinsolidated, so I didn't get to make many turns in the fluff but in the crud, where there was some depth, turns came pretty easy. I am heavy for my height (5' 9"), so I went with 180s: perfect call! These things are nearly symtrical, so mounting puts my boot center a good 4" forward on the ski than my previous 177 all mountains. This made quite a bit less tip out in front; coupled with the rocker, there was quite a bit less ski to turn, than my 177s. I was looking for a frontside carver to be in the bag of tricks and these really didn't disappoint. Looking forward to getting these in some softer, deeper powder, but I am totally happy with there frontside performance, thus far.

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About Icelantic

A Colorado-based ski company, Icelantic produces hand-crafted, top of the line skis for ski enthusiasts everywhere. On top of being Colorado-made, Icelantic skis' topsheets bear cutting-edge graphic art by local artist, Parr. Parr expresses his idea of how we sense reality and push the limits of rationality through fine art — art which shows up on all Icelantic skis. Icelantic skis are truly pieces of art with high functionality. Icelantic skis are so unique that you may not want to put them underfoot, but believe us, you should! The Icelantic Nomad, for instance, is a local favorite. The fat 105mm waist of the Icelantic Nomad offers exceptional performance in the backcountry as well as in the resort. With local art, craftsmanship and design, Icelantic skis are as unique and mountain-friendly as their founders.