Icelantic Skis (1 to 7 of 7)
New to the market with a playful, surfy feel, the Icelantic 105 Lite skis have partial twin tips and a backed-up mounting point that appeals to freeride skiers looking to push into the backcountry.
If the lineup of Icelantic skis is a naval fleet, then the Icelantic Nomad 105 skis are the brand's destroyers-best-selling shred sticks that like to slash, jib and butter all over the mountain.
Big mountain planks with a playful shape, the Icelantic Nomad 115 skis bust through crud and float sideways through the trees with a nimble feel that's typically reserved for narrower-waisted skis.
Don't be fooled-the Icelantic 95 skis aren't strictly park skis. Their rocker-camber-rocker profile makes them a solid all-mountain option with playful a flex that's great for catching spins.
With handmade wood cores and a women-specific design, the Icelantic Maiden 101 skis have 2mm of camber underfoot that lets you blast through crud and lay 'em on their edges when conditions are firm.
Made for slaying pillow lines, the women's Icelantic Maiden 111 skis feature handmade Pacific albus wood cores with rockered tips and tails to provide ample float when conditions are softer than soft.
Kin of the original Oracle 110s, the women's Icelantic Oracle 88 skis are all-mountain skis with rockered tips and ample sidecut, making it easy to lay them on their edges as you arc beautiful turns.