Whitedot Ranger (2014)Fatskis
The Ranger provides an ideal ski choice for all backcountry conditions and terrain. It has been designed to reach into the deepest corners of glacier environments, conquer steep ground as well as float effortlessly down powder bowls.
Weight: 3290 gram
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(Official information from Whitedot)
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Average: (3/5) - Based on 2 reviews.
|Strenghts:||One ski for everywhere|
|Weaknesses:||Base seemed thin, lots of coreshots|
|Summary:||I used these in 177cm for the whole season in Chamonix with Marker F12. I'm a one ski quiver person and these were perfect. Skied and toured everywhere on them. Easier to ski than radius suggests. Also tried preacher and thought they were excellent too. I was a traditional Chamonix Dynastar skier but im converted. Only drawback bases not as hard wearing as Dynastar.|
|Summary:||I ran about on these for a couple of hours at the end of season in Val Thorens - mostly heavy snow, but they did everything I asked with confidence.|
I usually ride oldish Volkl Gotamas (with complete reverse camber - none of your early rise half baked roker) and the ranger are lining up to be my next ski.
For Piste, For off piste.
|Skistyle:||Piste Powder chopped up heavy crud too.|