The biggest difference for the 2024 Stormrider 95, is the implementation of the Freeride Tail. By adding more rocker and taper the Stormrider 95 is more playful without compromising on the ski's ability to make beautiful, stable turns.
The Stormrider 95 receives the same light core, with a tweaked shape and mount point. The mount point moves a bit further toward the tips for a slightly more progressive feel. This isn't as centered as a freestyle ski, but the skis will feel a bit more intuitive and easier to initiate turns.
The top sheet is reinforced with Titanal Tec Pro which provides the skis with a super lightweight and extremely durable protective layer. The thinness of these top sheets allows for the binding/boot to be as close to the skis as possible which in turn allows for some incredibly quick energy transfers.
While the Stormrider can be skied at a range of speeds, this ski shines especially bright when blazing through variable terrain at high speeds. There are a handful of skis that can do what the Stormrider can when it comes to charging through chopped-up snow but few, if any can do it with the grace and Bentley-esque smoothness that the Stormrider 95 delivers.
The price tag may be a little jarring but there's a reason that Stockli has become something of a cult brand with the most loyal customers in the industry. The intricate building process, high-quality materials, and precise performance make Stockli skis feel like nothing else. Don’t believe us? You might just have to try it for yourself...
- Solid metal edge light
- Light core
- Titanal tech pro
- Freeride tip and tail
Utah Ski Gear Condition Rating System
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Turn Radius: 15.6M@170cm, 17M@176cm, 18.5M@182cm, 20M@188cm
Weight: 1,860g @182cm
*Note: Utah Ski Gear will include a free binding mount with the purchase of a new ski and binding.
Special Safety Notice for Bindings: We urge you to take your boots and bindings to a shop certified by the bindings manufacturer to have a function check. The majority of shops will charge for this service. Even though we may, by request, check to see if a binding should fit your boot sole length, such an adjustment, and fit check does not verify that the bindings will release properly with your boot. Only a certified shop can do this, with the user's boots present.
Skiing is dangerous. Ski at your own risk.
About Utah Ski Gear:
Utah Ski Gear was established in 2011 and we believe that skiing is for everyone. Helping our customers find the right equipment to get them and their families skiing is our passion. We understand price can be the biggest deterrent and because of this we offer new and used skis on a budget. For the more experienced skier looking for advanced gear, we offer hard-to-find accessories like specialized tuning equipment and high-performance skis. Customers preferring maximum comfort while skiing can find electric boot heaters, such as Hotronic FootWarmers.
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