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Eric Hjorleifson designed, tested and refined every detail of this ski for big mountain exploration. Whether you’re out touring, or charging side-country lines from the resort, this ski enables you to slash, surf, and dump speed on a dime. It achieves this through its unique reverse camber that allows you to drive the ski underfoot vs. pressuring the tips like a traditionally cambered ski. The result is tips that automatically rise out of the pow in all conditions like no other. The Hoji’s shape is paired nicely with a lightweight construction for easy uphill travel as well as a quick and nimble feel in technical terrain. Just like Eric, you'll be able to count on this skis solid and stable reliability when its time to pin it.
This seasons incredible graphic was hand painted by Andrea Mueller, a close friend of Hoji, out of Whister BC.
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THE BEST EVER
Hoji is some type of skiing genius. These things are just unreal, not merely "good". I can't even ski on anything but full rockers anymore. Might be a bit annoying on the hardest harpack but honestly who skis on those days anyway?
THE WIZARD STICKS!!
These skis are dope!! they are super fun on the hill, and absolutely amazing in pow. They handle variable conditions as good as anything especially with how light they are! These skis make skiing more fun...period!
Ski Construction and Technology
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|LENGTH||179 cm||187 cm||195 cm|
|DIMENSIONS||129-112-120 mm||130-112-121 mm||133-112-123 mm|
|TURN RADIUS||30 m||30 m||30 m|
|EFFECTIVE EDGE||1245 mm||1325 mm||1405 mm|
|TAIL TO WAIST||815 mm||855 mm||895 mm|
|MOUNT POINT FROM TAIL||835 mm||875 mm||915 mm|
|TIP HEIGHT||84 mm||85 mm||86 mm|
|TIP ROCKER HEIGHT||15.17 mm||16.17 mm||17.22 mm|
|TIP LENGTH||400 mm||400 mm||400 mm|
|TAIL HEIGHT||24 mm||25 mm||26 mm|
|TAIL ROCKER HEIGHT||4.42 mm||5.13 mm||5.90 mm|
|TAIL LENGTH||300 mm||300 mm||300 mm|
|NEGATIVE CAMBER RADIUS||30 m||30 m||30 m|
|RUNNING SURFACE||1090 mm||1170 mm||1250 mm|
|WEIGHT||1840 gr||1900 gr||2000 gr|