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About Whitedot Skis Ranger R108 Skis

Closeouts. Whitedot Skis' Ranger R108 skis are designed to be go-anywhere, do-anything all-mountain boards. Wide enough in the waist to float through soft snow, the wood core offers power and stability for carving high-speed turns on hardpack.


Specs about Whitedot Skis Ranger R108 Skis

  • Core material: Poplar and ash wood
  • Base material: 1.2mm ISO 7200 high-speed precision sintered, die-cut
  • Construction: Triax fiberglass
  • Profile: Rocker-camber-rocker
  • Tail: Raised, notched
  • Overall weight: 8 lb.
  • 168:
  • Tip width: 138mm
  • Waist width: 108mm
  • Tail width: 119mm
  • Turn radius: 21m
  • 177:
  • Tip width: 138mm
  • Waist width: 108mm
  • Tail width: 119mm
  • Turn radius: 24.5m
  • 186:
  • Tip width: 138mm
  • Waist width: 108mm
  • Tail width: 119mm
  • Turn radius: 28m
  • 195:
  • Tip width: 142mm
  • Waist width: 110mm
  • Tail width: 124mm
  • Turn radius: 30.5m
  • Recommended use: Powder,Freeride
  • Made in Poland
  • Gender Men
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About Whitedot Skis

Specializing in freeride skis, Whitedot was created when a small group of industry pros got together to design and manufacture an exclusive range of skis that focused on blending progressive design, premium materials and incredible craftsmanship. Since their inception, Whitedot skis have assisted multiple pro athletes in achieving international championships and have helped freeriders claim first descents on challenging new terrain throughout the world. Consistently driving innovation during development and testing, the engineers behind Whitedot skis are always experimenting with new materials, shapes and construction techniques in order to give big mountain skiers an edge in the backcountry.