You love watching ski movies and drooling over athletes’ endless lines in deep powder, hucking cliffs, and high-fiving at the bottom of the run. This is the equipment to get you there, perhaps for your next epic heli trip. The Cliff Hucking Package comes complete with Tyrolia’s beefy Attack 16 binding, and carbon poles, making this package ideal for skiers who are ready to dominate the big, big-mountain terrain.
Leave it to Beaver. For the hard-charging girl who wants that quiver ski to do it all. Slaying it through an untracked tree stash, popping off a cliff, and then airing it out on a groomer. So maybe you’re not skiing the deepest, but you still want a ski that offers a rock-solid landing for those cliff-hucking mornings and gives you all-mountain versatility. Shop no further, you want the Beaver. (Pssst, girls, we don’t dumb down our skis. With 100mm underfoot, this is exactly the same ski as the Groundhog, just with a different topsheet.) It includes a Kevlar veil—adding energy to the FSC certified bamboo core—and designed with an early rise and reverse sidecut in the tip for floating in pow, and strong tail for stability on hardpack and crud. Our specially designed Razor Cut sidecut provides strong edge grip—straighter where you need cutting power and curved in the right spots for turning. The Beaver, undoubtedly, will give you the confidence to chase your favorite athlete down a famous chute.
Tyrolia Attack 16 Binding
Don’t skimp on safety. You want a binding that will keep you connected during fast, steep descents and will release smoothly when you get reckless. The Tyrolia Attack 16 is that reliable race-type binding. Ensure exact boot centering and reduced toe friction with the Roller Pincer System and the Continuous Teflon band along toe riser. The 180-degree release function provides added performance.
Carbon Expert Pole
When you are in difficult terrain, you expect the best and want a no-nonsense pole that will get you where you want to go—like down that spine or off that cliff. RAMP's expert poles are made from pure Carbon for lightweight durability. Poles are equipped with high performance race grips for comfort with nylon hand straps and all-condition 3 1/2" baskets.
RAMP skis tend to ski a bit long- Hoggins
Absolutely love my Beavers and Peacepipes. RAMP skis tend to ski a bit long, even for an aggressive former ski racer like myself, so I ski a 169cm in both models and love that they can rip in wide open bowls/runs or be super quick in tighter terrain.
Posted on 1/16/14
Fave BC ski- Skiergirl
I have my Beaver's setup with some dynafit bindings for the backcountry and they rock. I am 5'6" and ski the 169cm and it is PERFECT for my backcountry adventures. They are relatively light for skinning up, and are the perfect length for any type of run down. I am able to make quick turns in tight trees, or let it open and rip down a chute or bowl. Love them!
Posted on 1/8/14
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Medium-plus early rise and reverse sidecut in tip
Strong tail with 20mm rise
Best shape for one ski quiver, half in pow, half on groomers