The first thing testers noticed about the Cleaver 110 is its very abrupt, directional early rise in the shovel. The second thing they noticed was that this ski is surprisingly versatile for being on the fatter end of the all-mountain wide spectrum. Sego, based in Wyoming’s Tetons, built the Cleaver for big mountain competitions where charging hard is the name the game, and this ski could handle all that and more, even on groomed runs.
Strength: Crud Performance, Flotation
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