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Rocky Mountain Underground Rippah 98 Skis · 2022

Rocky Mountain Underground Rippah 98 Skis · 2022

$499.00
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The Rocky Mountain Underground Rippah 98 Skis are ideal for the freestyle skier who wants a durable, versatile park ski to shred in and out of the terrain park. The Rippah is for the intermediate to advanced park skier who enjoys catching air along with sliding on rails and urban features. It is designed by Ben Smith and Ethan Swadburg.

Key Features:

  • Lightweight Poplar Core – The poplar core provides a low swing weight for maneuvering while providing a responsive flex.
  • Beech Wood Mounting Plate – The strength of beech underfoot provides the foundation for power transmission and security of the binding assembly to the ski.
  • Lifetime Manufacturer Warranty – Rocky Mountain Underground stands behind their products to ensure quality without compromise.
Age Group
Adult
Gender
Unisex
Includes bindings
No
Model year
2022
Ski Type
Freestyle, All Mountain
Skill level
Intermediate, Advanced
Rocker profile
Rocker/Camber/Rocker
Tail profile
Twin tip
Waist width (mm)
98
Terrain
All mountain
Core/Laminates
Wood
Rocky Mountain Underground Rippah 98 Skis · 2022
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Shannon F
Shannon F
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 14, 2022

This is an awesome brand out of CO. They pride themselves in providing a ski that is great in all-mountain conditions, I would suggest this ski if you're looking to be more playful and cruise around searching for soft powder stashes off the main trail.

Adam St. Ours
Adam St. Ours
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 14, 2022

A core freestyle ski, from the construction to its shape embodies an instrument created for expressionism. A lightweight poplar core provides the platform for low swing weight and playful yet responsive flex. The burly construction holds up to over-flexing, smashing moguls and pivoting in tight spots.