DescriptionYou’ve called—repeatedly—for a narrower Wildcat, and we’ve finally answered. The Wildcat 108 is the latest addition to the legendary Wildcat family, and it’s perfect for anyone seeking a less Western (read: powder) version of the O.G. playful charger. But after a season of testing, we’re confident it’ll end up going home with as many existing Wildcat owners as new customers—probably more. It’s that good.
Originally, we considered just putting the fat cat on a diet. But skinnier also means lighter, and lighter isn't always better. So we left the radius and profile identical, but gave the new Wildcat a slightly damper layup to ensure it delivers the same confidence-inspiring ride as its older brother.
Despite our initial hesitations, we have to admit we’re smitten. This could be the birth of a new cult classic, not to mention proof that we’re ultimately defenseless against the passionate demands of our loyal followers. Perhaps this is not a bad thing?
|Length||Tip||Waist||Tail||Radius||Effective Edge||Weight (pair)||Mount|
|174cm||134mm||108mm||127mm||19.0m||1400mm||8.30lbs / 3.77kg||-6cm|
|184cm||134mm||108mm||127mm||22.0m||1500mm||8.70lbs / 3.95kg||-6cm|
|190cm||134mm||108mm||127mm||25.0m||1560mm||9.08lbs / 4.12kg||-6cm|
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.