G3 Genuine Guide Gear®
Regular price $804.00 Sale price$603.00
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A one ski quiver built to ski in and out of bounds with ease. This playful ski is ideal for skiers spending around 30% of their time in the backcountry and 70% at the resort.
|Weight (lb):||3lb 11oz||3lb 13oz||4lb||4lb 2oz||4lb 4oz|
The low profile early rise tip, just the right amount of camber underfoot, and flat rise tail give these skis a long effective edge and a smearable, smooth turn. This versatile, all-mountain performer floats like a longer ski and retains the fun of a shorter ski.
1. Textured co-extruded nylon topsheet - durable & sheds snow/ice
2. PolyUrethane sidewall - durability & dampness
3. Full thickness hardened steel edges - corrosion & dent resistant
4. Triaxial glass - torsion, flex & value
5. 7000 series Titanal aluminum sheets - dampness & power
6. 3D shaped Poplar Paulownia wood core - light & high performance
7. Full thickness base - durable, long-lasting & fast
I bought a pair of ROAMr 100’s for telemark skiing. I mounted a pair of Voile Switchback bindings on them and have been usingreally pleased with them. I use them in the way that they were designed to be used. I go back and forth between lift served runs and backcountry. They carve really well on hardback and ski beautifully in the powder. They are stable at high speeds as well. What else can I say? I just really like these skis!
For the past few years I was riding on a decent pair of groomer skis but had a hard time on powder. I picked up a pair of ROAMr 100 skis this season and now I'm hunting down the powder on the slopes. They are really forgiving and super lightweight. I can't wait to try them in the backcountry.
Haven’t tried them yet there is no snow yet and they are getting mounted.
Thank you I’m sure they will be great
Mounted with Atomic Shift bindings. Needed a ski for icy, crusty or choppy snow conditions when telemark is too challenging for my old legs both for at the resort and for backcountry use. Have used two days on icy groomers and breakable crust and they performed as expected. Virtually no chatter on the ice, held an edge well and nice snappy turns when I wanted or fun smeary turns when the ice softened a bit in the afternoon. I couldn't ski the crusty stuff well, but that was me not the skis. They are not super light touring skis, and not heavy crud-busters either but they handled all the conditions about as well as you could want. I liked the magnetic tip and tail attachments on the one bootpack I have done with them so far, anything that speeds me up so I can keep up with partners is welcome. Looking forward to trying them on less challenging conditions. Happy with this purchase and would definately recommend.
I absolutely love my new skis! They are so light and playful! Used them for the first time today and I put them through their paces - powder, crud, groomed, trees - next stop - the backcountry. My only complaint was that the stickers on the base were hard to remove.