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Elan Ripstick 106 Skis 2024

It's a Ripstick, they're awesome. The 106 is a lightweight, wider ski that feels nimble, precise and offers some power underfoot when you want it. The Ripstick 106 is awesome for a huge range of skier abilities as well; it's easy to balance on and forgiving if you're not a perfect skier. If you spend time looking for soft snow but still need a ski that can hang on a groomer this is your ski.

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It floats and pivots like a 106mm ski should while still offering good performance on hardpack.


The Ripstick 106mm comes back in 2024 as the same ski with an updated top sheet. Good news because this ski is one of the most exciting 105+ skis you can get on. We've tested it in a variety of snow conditions in different parts of North America and it continues to stand out at the front of the pack in this category. Light enough to go for a tour, strong enough to grip the ice at Cannon Mountain in NH, enough rocker to float when you head out west while still maintaining an almost effortless feel no matter how dicey the terrain may get. It needs to be emphasized that these arc a MEAN turn, at any speed considering the width of these skis. The low-speed accessibility also makes the Ripstick a great option if you're out cruising around on some low-angle terrain. It's incredibly nimble and easy to flick around in tighter terrain without the ski feeling nervous if you want to push it. Go get it. 

Recommended Binding: Marker Griffon with 110mm brake

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Tech Specs

  • Radius/ 18.1m @ 180
  • Profile/ Rocker - Camber - Rocker
  • Core Materials/ Poplar, Paulownia
  • Designed By/ Elan
  • Weight/ 1830g @ 180
  • Dimensions/ 143 - 106 - 120 @ 180
  • Added Materials/ Carbon, Fiberglass
  • Built By/ Elan

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The Ripstick 106, like all of the Ripsticks, is an awesome all-mountain ski. The 106 is effortless in tight terrain and soft snow while still providing solid grip and stability on icier terrain or over less than desirable snow.

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