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Overview

About Ski Logik Front Burner Alpine Skis

Closeouts. Ski Logik Front Burner alpine skis are frontside carvers with cambered Race Room construction. They offer excellent handling in hardpack, at high speeds and in variable snow conditions.

Specs

Specs about Ski Logik Front Burner Alpine Skis

  • Core material: Hardwood
  • Base material: Sintered with graphite
  • Construction: SKILOGIK's Race Room construction
  • Profile: Camber
  • Tail: Flat
  • Overall weight: 9 lb. 11 oz.
  • 158:
  • Tip width: 126mm
  • Waist width: 84mm
  • Tail width: 111mm
  • Turn radius: 14m
  • 168:
  • Tip width: 131mm
  • Waist width: 84mm
  • Tail width: 116mm
  • Turn radius: 14m
  • 178:
  • Tip width: 138mm
  • Waist width: 84mm
  • Tail width: 120mm
  • Turn radius: 14m
  • Recommended use: All Mountain
  • Made in China
  • Gender Men
  • Return information
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About Ski Logik

If there is one thing that Skilogik won’t do, it’s rush things, which is why the brand spent ten years in development stage before officially launching in 2010. The extensive research, experimentation, testing and tweaking paid off. The same year founder David Mazzarella first debuted his new models, Skilogik skis beat out every other brand in the 289 category, according to Freeskier Magazine’s performance review. Skilogik skis are handmade in the USA, and 95-percent of the wood used to manufacture them is sustainably harvested. Plus, for every pair of skis sold, Skilogik also donates a portion of their profits to the Nature Conservancy to plant a tree in the Brazilian Atlantic Rainforest.