Thanks to a relatively tight turn radius and carbon in the shovel, some testers called the Ranger 107 TI a fat ski with a slalom soul. With a noticeable amount of Titanal sandwiching a wood core, the ski’s edge-to-edge quickness was especially appreciated, as was the directional ski’s large and balanced sweet spot in open terrain and choppy snow conditions. The reduced rocker and extended edge contact help when there’s room to move.
STRENGTHS: Stability at Speed, Flotation
WEAKNESS: Hard Snow
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