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Icelantic Seeker- anyone own a pair?

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Thread Starter 
Gang,

I'm wondering if anyone here has skied the Icelantic Seeker. I know some have and love the Keeper, myself and mudfoot included, but the Seeker continues to intrigue me in a big way. The 190 in particular. If anyone has some experience with it, lemme know. Thanks.
post #2 of 6

The Seeker is a phenominal ski, especially for those who like a stiff, stable ski that goes fast and can charge lines and float in powder and crush through crud. Stiff, flat tail makes it an aggressive ski that can be demanding. 

The Keeper in relation is going to be a bit more versatile but less stable and aggressive through the tail and sidecut. If you like to charge and like a stiff flat tail you can rail on the Seeker is the one.

post #3 of 6

...Not to mention the Seeker is virtually indestructible. Pretty much all Icelantic's are bullet proof.

post #4 of 6

Not sure which model she's on but Kaylin Richardson shows that Icelantic skis can even rip it up on a race course.

 

post #5 of 6

You can tell that's the Shaman, it's got that epic shovel tip on it. That ski carves any kind of snow like crazy.

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Thread Starter 
Thanks, it does seem like that next step up in stiffness and power. I love the shape. Does anyone else wish they would make a spec that let us know how high the early rise was from floor to tips end? I think someone's mentioned to on here, I feel like it would tell a bit about the ski. For instance, the seeker looks to have a huge splay. Be nice to know that stat.
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