This is not a ski that encouraged me to actually put it more than on these circumstances

This is not a ski that encouraged me to actually put it more than on these circumstances

As is normal with very early month problems in Colorado, I skied a good little scraped-off, icy groomers on the Wildcat 108. The ski’s mixture off many rocker + a rather long distance meant it thought more content sliding turns on super smooth, very firm conditions. I possibly could obtain it on edge at higher speeds on these conditions, but I didn’t really faith the Wildcat 108 to lock into activates this very firm, really easy accumulated snow / ice (exact same is true of a lot of the 105mm+ skis i have been on not too long ago). However the a valuable thing is the fact that Wildcat 108 experienced completely foreseeable while achieving this – no surprising wash-outs, no frightening loss of clasp. And on any such thing gentler than ice, I found myself conveniently able to enjoy in the Wildcat 108’s sides and link solid GS converts high on sides (once more, as long as I became heading pretty fast). …