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2012 Icelantic Pilgrim


Pros: Wood core, playful, quick, predictable, go-to area ski, great telemark choice

Cons: Too short for mach speed, tail just a tiny bit soft

Mounted with 22 Designs Vice binding, Garmont Voodoo boots.


Love this ski for on piste in-area skiing and for powder trees, too. Will trench anything soft.  Hangs tough on ice.  My go-to area ski.  They call it an intermediate ski, and I can see why: super simple feedback, predictable and playful.  But the harder you charge it, the more it seems to like it.  


Smooth, stable and damp without being dead.  Hangs a great edge when tuned correctly - I'm at 1 degree base, 2 degree side bevel.


Quick edge to edge for 90mm waist and very good at the super quick and subtle tele lead change action.  I only wish for a bit more tail stiffness to provide a bit more pop on exit.  They are stable at speed, but do top out kind of early - can't keep up with my comrade on a 171 snowboard, but that's life.  Lean forward.


Nice looking and very durable.

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2012 Icelantic Pilgrim

The salmon’s aim is to overcome all obstacles that present themselves. The Pilgrim is a carving machine. Designed with a soft tail, substantial sidecut and a solid flex, this ski tackles everything from East Coast blue ice to early morning freshies. For those looking for their first fat ski, this is the way to go. When the salmon appears to you, take a moment to reexamine how you go to where you are, and what is to come because of it.

Lengths151, 169, 179
Turn Radius17M @ 169
Core Materialwood
Binding IncludedNo
Recommended Binding
Recommended useOff-piste
Binding TypeFlat
Recommended LevelAdvanced
Model Year2012
Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC
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