The
WILDCAT TOUR 108

$ 769.00

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Size 174CM 184CM 190CM
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Description

The Wildcat Tour 108 is the slimmer and lighter version of our classic Wildcat Tour, and that makes it the most versatile touring ski in our offering. Wide enough to keep you on top but narrow enough to get you out of situations you had no business being in to start with, the 108 comes in at ten millimeters skinnier and almost a full pound lighter per pair than its wider counterpart. It’s the ideal touring ski for those who get after it regardless of the conditions and terrain.

Dimensions

Length Tip Waist Tail Radius Effective Edge Weight (pair) Mount
174cm 134mm 108mm 127mm 19.0m 1400mm 6.78lbs / 3.07kg -6cm
184cm 134mm 108mm 127mm 22.0m 1500mm 7.31lbs / 3.32kg -6cm
190cm 134mm 108mm 127mm 25.0m 1560mm 8.02lbs / 3.64kg -6cm

Mustache Rocker

Rocker at the tip and tail and camber underfoot allows for incredible float and maneuverability in the trees and chutes while maintaining a significant amount of edge hold for both the icy runouts and the groomers.

Construction

PAULOWNIA / ASH WOOD CORE
Full length, knot free, in house laminated wood core gives this ski its unique blend of liveliness and dampening. All wood sourced in the USA.
UHMW SIDEWALL
The strongest and most durable sidewall material on the market ensures you have the best edge hold available while ripping the piste.
LOWFAT LAYUP
A combination of custom lighter triaxial fiberglass, carbon fiber and Paulownia wood makes the uphill easier without sacrificing fun on the way back down.
4001 DURASURF BASE
Hands down the most durable base on the market. Dont worry about those snow snakes.
2.2 EURO EDGE
There are only handful of edge manufacturers in the world. We go straight to the source in Europe to offer the best edge possible. We do additional heat treating and bonding prep in house to make sure your edge stays sharper, lasts longer and can handle a beating.

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09/30/2019
Dan

Perfectly balanced and plenty capable

The Tour 108 is one of my favorite touring skis ever - it has all the great aspects of the Wildcat series (huge sweet spot, nimble yet chargy, versatility in every situation), but it trims the weight to what I think is the perfect compromise for a ski you want to haul around all day. Steep or mellow, firm or soft, this ski will allow you to go fast and still be manouverable whatever the conditions.

BA
05/06/2019
Bobby A.
United States

These skis rip!

I've had 2 days of touring on my 184cm Wildcat Tour 108's and they rip! I ski these with Dynafits and will be using exclusively as a touring setup. They are light and smooth on the uphill, and they ski excellent on the downhill. I was looking for a light touring ski that would have enough rocker to be playful and surfy and rip pow, but also have sufficient camber underfoot for edge hold on steeps. These skis feel like they nail it.

AL
03/20/2019
Aaron L.
United States

Backcountry goodness

Had them out for four days touring in mixed conditions (lots of snow, but spring and nothing new in 5 days). Loved them unconditionally on the down. On the up, they were great for everything except a steep slushy traverse where it felt like the mustache rocker kept me from getting as much of an edge in as I'd have liked (I alway probably just ****). Nevertheless, fabulous skis for pow touring (and probably much more for the right skier)

EV
03/16/2019
Eddy v.
United States

Best light skis I've ever skied

I normally ski the Wildcat (well, the old Bibby, really) inbounds. I've got Shifts on them so they can tour, but it's not a setup that you want to go do long days on. So I sprung for the Wildcat Tour 108s (in a 184 instead of my normal 190) and I couldn't be happier. These things come in at just about 2lbs lighter for the pair, and ski way better than any other lightweight ski I've ever skied. Turns out you can be on a light ski and still have fun on the downhill! They get deflected a bit more than the Wildcats (as you'd expect, since they way so much less) but otherwise ski surprisingly similarly. The early rise means they float really well for a ski of this width, while the low swing weight and progressive mount makes them easier to turn around in tight couloirs or trees than my old K2s. Overall, I'd say these are about as good of a one-ski touring quiver as you could ask for.