Stormrider 88 23
The Stormrider 88 has become a staple in the quivers of skiers worldwide as it features the unmatched build quality, precision and premium feel highlighted in all of Stockli's carving skis, just in a much more versatile, all-mountain-friendly platform. Built with a bit more backbone than its wider counterparts, the Stormrider places the most emphasis on carving fast, powerful, and precise turns on firmer snow, but it boasts a profile that provides more than enough versatility to handle a wide variety of terrain and snow conditions. At 88 millimeters under the boot, this thing can't really be classified as a floater by any stretch, but it does have the capability to handle some softer snow thanks to a slight bit of tip rocker and an updated tip design, which Stockli is calling Freeride Tip Technology. The new tip is light and shaped in a way that increases float for more effective soft snow performance, so while the Stormrider maintains its piste prowess, it is now even more well-rounded in its ability to provide an effortless ski experience in a wide variety of terrain. Other than the new tip shape, the profile of the Stormrider remains widely unchanged in comparison. Featuring mostly camber, you can expect the same power and edge hold out of this rendition of the ski as the last, so fear not, these things still love to carve and go fast. Another subtle change that can be seen across the entire line of Stormrider skis is the Titanal Technology Pro finish otherwise known as Titec Pro. This essentially just helps repel scratches, and snow, and just makes the entire line of skis look pretty darn awesome if you ask us.
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