We wouldn’t call the Exit World a randonée ski, because that conjures up images of Lycra bros in one-buckle boots. What it is, is our attempt to make touring for powder as fun as a free cat ride without tearing your legs off on the way back up. Can it compete on the scales with computerized, nanotube-injected turbo-Euro tour skis? Nope. But does it ski better? Hell yep, thanks to a flat midsection, tons of rocker, tons of float, and Triple Camber grip for the shrubby return to your truck. And when you put a shark fin through the base after stomping a 35-footer in the Tetons, you can repair it instead of watching your skis turn into a $1200 pile of carbon dust. Just sayin’.
|Length||Tip||Waist||Tail||Radius||Effective Edge||Weight (pair)||Mount|
|178cm||135||118||130||24.0m||1298mm||8.30lbs / 3.76kg||94cm from tip|
|186cm||135||118||130||27.5m||1378mm||8.80lbs / 3.99kg||98cm from tip|
|194cm||135||118||130||31.0m||1458mm||9.30lbs / 4.21kg||102cm from tip|