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Icelantic Natural 111 Skis Now On Sale

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By: Matt M

2020 Icelantic Skis Preview

Au Natural One trend we noticed at this year's Outdoor Retailer? Ski companies are lovin' the "lightweight freeride" skiā€”those mid-fat pow-lovers that can rip resort off-piste or heli lines but are light enough to be touring options. The lineup of 2020 Icelantic skis has one of those: the new Natural 111. Oh, and as usual, they absolutely crush the topsheet game. Read our review of the all-new 2020 Icelantic Riveter 95 Icelantic rounds out its women's collection for next season by adding a new ski: the Riveter 85 and 95. It's more or less the love-child of the Maiden and the Oracle, with a thinner profile and more flex than the latter. Poplar in the core makes for strength on piste or in variable snow, making the Riveter the women's equivalent of the Pioneer. The ... Continue Reading

2020 Icelantic Natural 111 Description:

All new for 2019-2020, the Natural 111 builds onto Icelantic's lightweight/backcountry lineup. It's the widest touring-oriented ski they make, and it was the backcountry ski of choice for Powder7 athlete Owen Leeper as he raged down lines from Jackson to Japan last winter. The Natural 111 weighs in light enough to pair well with a touring binding, whether it be the Salomon Shift or a lighter tech option. But, true to Icey's street cred, it skis like a real freeride ski. As a ski-maker, the core of Icelantic's identity is fun-loving skis that bring the party to the mountain. In the Natural 111, they pack that flair into a ski that surfs powder (see tapered tips plus rocker) and provides stability in sketchy snow and big lines. Bon voyage! Similar skis: Blizzard Rustler 11, Moment Deathwish Tour

2020 Icelantic Natural 111 Specs:

Radius:[email protected]
Rocker:All Mountain Rocker
Ability Level:Ability Level 7
Construction:Full Sidewall