Most Recommended 105-110mm Waist Width Skis
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- Rossignol Soul 7 HD Skis
- Völkl Blaze 106 Flat Skis · 2021
- Salomon QST 106 Skis
- Liberty Origin 106 Skis · 2021
- Rossignol Black Ops Sender Skis
- Dynastar Legend X106 Skis · 2020
- K2 Mindbender 108ti Skis · 2021
- Line Vision 108 Skis · 2021
- Fischer Ranger 107 TI Skis
- Blizzard Cochise 106 Skis · 2022
Rossignol Soul 7 HD Skis
At 106 mm underfoot, they a poppy and energetic skis but with a firm platform underfoot. A more forgiving and soft ski. They ski short, so some people tend to size them up. The air core construction in the tips and tails reduces swing weight so the skis are nimble despite their length. A classic ski known and loved by many. Not a dedicated touring ski but still lightweight and used for that purpose by many.
One of the most poppy and energetic skis, but with a firm platform underfoot. A forgiving and soft ski. A very popular option that can do it all.
Völkl Blaze 106 Flat Skis · 2021
Early rise tip but solid underfoot. This is a lighter and more playful ski than some others, without losing any durability. Definitely light enough to tour on, and super fun for a soft day inbounds. Plenty of edge-hold for hard-pack when you need it, and these things are effortless to turn. The ski will make touring a breeze, and the ride down an absolute blast. The sidecut of this ski delivers amazing turns, the material used keeps it lightweight and durable, and the profile gives you the responsiveness, effectiveness, and control to really charge hard and continue progressing all over the mountain.
Early rise tip but solid underfoot. This is a lighterweight, more playful ski than the Mantra or Secret. Definitely light enough to tour on, and super fun for a soft day inbounds. Plenty of edgehold for hardpack when you need it, but these things are effortless to turn.
Salomon QST 106 Skis
106mm width, a stiff build with metal and carbon for stability, in a shape that aims to give the directional flex profile some maneuverability. These things can charge! And will still get playful when you want. A little heavier for touring, but will make up for that on the way down. You won't feel vibration when things get bumpy on your line. These would make a great everyday driver for any condition and terrain.
The QST has cork in the tip and tail to reduce chatter and provide dampness so you feel in control and to keep up with the boys and charge hard, the titanal layers of metal provide the strength as the backbone of the skis. I've got a few friends that swear by this model and ski it every day.
Liberty Origin 106 Skis · 2021
The Origin 106 is a light yet stable ski that provides great maneuverability for quick snappy turns while also providing some best in class flotation for deep days due to its deep tip rocker. This ski is a great option if you want a ski that can carve clean turns on groomers and float through pow on a storm day.
Relatively low weight, yet damp enough to handle speed, with ample tip rocker for storm days. A great one ski quiver that will let you charge, float, or whip around tricks if that's your thing. You can take them out in all conditions despite their size, and always have a good time.
Can tackle firmer snow but really shines on powder days. These are on the lighter end of the spectrum and maintain some forgiveness despite being relatively stiff underfoot. Will definitely take you anywhere on the mountain from trees to groomers. Made in the USA as well!
Rossignol Black Ops Sender Skis
The Sender is a new lightweight 104mm underfoot ski from Rossignol. Compared to the metal-laminated Sender TI, the Sender has a more forgiving flex and is considerably lighter, making for a more playful and maneuverable ski. With its wide tips and tails this ski initiates turns easily and is a blast to carve, and the balanced flex pattern provides a smooth ride and good stability at speed.
Awesome brand new ski from Rossignol that performs incredibly well in all conditions. Not too heavy, but has enough weight behind it to feel very stable with no tip chatter at high speed. Carves extremely well on groomers and hardpack while also charging in post-storm powder and leftover soft stuff.
Dynastar Legend X106 Skis · 2020
A stiff, directional all mountain charger. This ski tears it up wherever you take it! At 106 underfoot it's versatile enough to shred the hardpack but gives you that needed float in the soft stuff as well.
K2 Mindbender 108ti Skis · 2021
A very stiff, hard charging option that is a little more versatile in terms of waist width. This is a ski that you'll need to drive and out power into. But it will reward you with stability and confidence on big hits.
Very good for its versatility. It has a nice medium turn radius. It also has a reinforced core so it is very strong and very stiff so digging into an edge and making some nice big GS turns will feel great.
Line Vision 108 Skis · 2021
The vision can be anything you want it to, from a lightweight touring ski to take you miles out in the backcountry with the unmatched paulownia and maple wood core to an all mountain daily driver to have fun in any condition present. Really the ultimate all rounder to transition seamlessly from groomers to pow laps and vice versa.
Low weight, moderate flex pattern and deep rocker makes these a really fun and easy to turn ski in the powder! Wood, carbon and fiberglass keeps the weight down on these while not sacrificing performance.
Fischer Ranger 107 TI Skis
All conditions. This thing has a 107mm waist for a nice solid float in the powder, but it has titanal (metal) in the construction which makes it really study on edge. This can absolutely rail the groomers, but is still light enough for freeride.
Blizzard Cochise 106 Skis · 2022
The new Cochise 106 is easy to ride and will give you confidence through any terrain. At 106cm underfoot, this ski loves to rip the groomers and dip into the fresh pow whenever it can! Designed for big mountain fun!
These skis will charge down the fall line - the 2021 version is a little bit narrower and more approachable than in past years, but they're designed for big mountain fun!
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