Specs

  • Price: £495 without a binding
  • Sidecut (mm): 133 - 98 - 116
  • Radius: 20.1m (177cm)
  • Lengths (cm): 163, 170, 177, 184
  • Weight: 1,750g (177cm)

Construction

  • Sidewall: Full sidewall
  • Core: Carbon & lightweight woodcore
  • Profile: Tip & tail rocker

Ability level

Green is the ability level this ski suits:

Beginner

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Upper Expert

They say

The 90Eight is an incredibly versatile all-mountain ski that handles anything from bumps, to trees, to groomers, and even powder and crud.

We say

This is another ski that is really well balanced and immediately very easy to use. Like most of the new products we tested this year the 90Eight has a very light construction that makes it effortless to use, particularly at slower speeds. It matches this up to a very smooth flex which makes the ski predictable to read through the arc and seems to allow it to adapt to the contours of the slope really well. In the powder it floats with ease and with its lightweight the 90Eight could be a good option to add a touring binding set up.

Strengths

Very smooth flex, well balanced, light to use.

Weaknesses

Hard to fault, but being picky it is not as stable in long fast turns.

Testers comments

Really well balanced, smooth flex, light and easy to use. Feels like a high quality construction ski. (Mark Jones)

Really light underfoot, yet powerful. In powder they were just fun and easy. (Nicko Braxton)