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2009 Icelantic Da'Nollie  Ski

2009 Icelantic Da'Nollie Ski

Icelantic s first visit to the park and pipe has birthed the Da Nollie, a short but powerful, poppy twintip, handmade in Colorado with a carbon-strung full wood core. The Da Nollie s minimal length and sectional, Nollie-Flex core profile combine like Voltron, feeding off each other to provide not only maneuverability and a close, spinnable center of gravity, but the springy explosiveness you...

2009 Icelantic Nomad Ski

2009 Icelantic Nomad Ski

“Me: Age 40 Skiing: 10 Years 5'10", 180lbs Level: Athletic 7 ish Icelantic Nomad sft 181cm  140-110-130 It took a long time to get the right conditions here in Southern New England to give this ski a proper workout. But starting Tuesday afternoon (2.5 weeks ago), the snow really came down hard, and since then I've put in 6 full days on this ski in: a nice 10 inches of heavy snow, a deep, very...” --Liam

88% Positive Reviews
2009 Icelantic Pilgrim Ski

2009 Icelantic Pilgrim Ski

“Icelantic Piglrims are a great frontside ski for softer snow conditions, I tuned these to a 2 side, 1 base and they really had good edgehold on hardpack but that's not really there fortay. All Icelantics are made by Never summer and feature a wood core giving it a unique feel underfoot; fun, snappy, energetic but not too damp.  The pilgrim can seemlessly carve up the groomed like a 70 something...” --Finndog

100% Positive Reviews
2010 Icelantic Shaman

2010 Icelantic Shaman

“ I bought these because I wanted twin tips for teaching and I also wanted something that was better in deep snow than my Volkl Supersport Allstars.  I bought 161cm, the same length as my Volkls because I get along better on somewhat shorter skis, being only 5'8" and 145-150 pounds.  I had them mounted with Marker Schizo Griffon bindings.  These have become my favorite skis...” --mtcyclist

100% Positive Reviews
2011 Icelantic Keeper Ski

2011 Icelantic Keeper Ski

“ A quick note on me...5'10" 240lbs.  20 years of skiing 30 days or more almost every year.   Last year after skiing a foot of the Midwest's finest powder on my 2009 Gotamas that I wanted to try a seriously fat rockered ski.  After reading reviews and pouring over specs I ended up picking up a pair of K2 Hellbents in a 189.  I decided on them because they had...” --cstreu1026

100% Positive Reviews
2011 Icelantic Pilgrim Ski

2011 Icelantic Pilgrim Ski

Leave the resort behind and embark on a voyage into the backcountry with the short, snappy, all-mountain Icelantic Pilgrim Alpine Ski leading the way. The medium-width 90mm waist and traditional sidecut deliver an easy ride over smooth to cruddy snow inside and outside of the resort. A fiberglass-wrapped poplar core gives tele and alpine rippers a solid but playful feel, and with a softer tail...

2012 Icelantic Danollie

2012 Icelantic Danollie

The grasshopper, representing forward progress, has an unusual instinct to blindly leap into the unknown and almost always end up in their preferred environment. The Da’Nollie is a brand new kind of park ski for the most progressive of park riders. Re-designed to meet Pro-Athlete Leigh Powis’ standards, the 2011-2012 Da’Nollie contains Icelantic’s New and improved,...

2012 Icelantic Gypsy

2012 Icelantic Gypsy

In response to market demand, Icelantic is introducing a reverse camber ski that will rock your world. The Gypsy’s nearly symmetrical dimensions (152, 125, 147) enables you to bounce playfully through deep pow, while the soft flex encourages buttering like you’ve never experienced, ultimately transforming the mountain into your personal playground. On hard-pack, the Gypsy engages...

2012 Icelantic Keeper

2012 Icelantic Keeper

Powerful and strong, the Elk, a regal staple of the western United States mountains represent great strength, power and stamina. The Keeper’s early rise tip and tail gives its skier the ability to float and slash through bottomless POW – forward and switch like no other. With traditional camber underfoot, the Keeper’s tip and tail rise to the occasion when triggered by the...

2012 Icelantic Nomad

2012 Icelantic Nomad

The mountain goat can descend down precarious rocks, cliffs and slopes faster and with more ease than almost any other animal on the planet. The Nomad is a one ski quiver. Able to tackle any and every snow condition, at ease among ridges and peaks, and eager to lay into any terrain, the Nomad is an exceptional tool of versatility. Its shapely curves and balanced flex give the Nomad remarkable...

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