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G3 SEEKr 110 Alpine Touring Ski

The G3 SEEKr 110 has all of the characteristics that make up an ideal deep snow backcountry ski. With slight camber and a generous early rise oversized shovel, this extremely lightweight 110cm waisted alpine touring ski is made to devour deep snows and variable backcountry conditions with ease. 
If you did not know already, the 3 “G’s” stand for Genuine Guide Gear, which is fitting as many of our partner guides at Aspen Expeditions choose the G3 SEEKr 110 as their go-to ski for backcountry clients. Our Canadian friends up north know something about skiing in deep snow as well, so it's no wonder that their flagship backcountry ski does pretty darn well past the gates.  
The SEEKr 110 is made with 4 layers of Carbon that sandwich the 3D shaped Poplar and Paulownia wood core, making it torsionally stable, strong and keeping this floater amazingly light with the 180cm at only 1540 grams. Full PolyUrethane sidewalls promote a durable and damp ski, that has lightweight hardened steel edges that are both corrosion and dent resistant. The SEEKr 110 sports a light textured topsheet that is designed to be durable and shed snow. This is capped with a bomber Titanal aluminum binding plate that adds integrity and dampness to the ski.  
We like learning from highly skilled certified mountain guides. They spend more time training and working in the mountains than most. If the G3 SEEKr 110 is good enough for them, then we say give us some of that Genuine Guide Gear!

Length [cm] (Turning Radius [m]): 172 (18.2), 180 (19.9), 188 (21.7)
Sidecut [mm]: 139-110-127
Weight [g]: 1540 g (180 cm)
Specs Product Details
Weight 1470g (172cm)
Lengths 172, 180, 188 cm
Dimensions 139 / 110 / 127 mm
Profile Early rise tip, slight camber
Construction Nylon Topsheet, PU Sidewall, 2 layers Triaxial Carbon Fiber, Titanal Mounting plate
Core Poplar/Paulownia
Recommended Use Powder/Freeride
Manufactuer Warranty 1 Year

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Ask a Question: Hey I was wondering if anyone can tell what the factory mounting point for these skis is, as well as what you would recommend as far as mounting goes.