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Winner of various awards for its all-mountain versatility, Sego's Big Horn 96 Ski is your pair of planks if your prefer tackling the entire resort in a day. Start off with some mellow pow slashes just to warm up, and when the soft snow is nowhere to be seen, crank up speeds down the groomers. Corduroy turns into variable crud in the blink of an eye, which makes afternoon-to-close an excellent time to sharpen your park skills. You'll quickly figure out this this ski rides all with equal tenacity.The Big Horn sports a skinnier waist than Sego's bigger Big Horn, and is better suited for firmer, variable conditions. The camber underfoot springs you in and out of each turn, and holds an edge when the snow gets real hard. This Big Horn has the same rocker tip and tail to let you play in powder when the occasion presents itself. Sego built it out of a poppy poplar core with trixial fiberglass stiffening it up for faster speeds, and there's VDS rubber to dampen vibrations when you're really cruising the corduroy.
- Playful all-mountain ski with a secret crush on corduroy
- Mid-sized 96mm waist rides firm and variable snow best
- Rocker tip & tail help you navigate softer powder a little easier
- Camber underfoot holds and edge and initiates tight turns
- Poppy wood core with stiff fiberglass laminates
- Durable sandwich construction with easy-to-tune sidewalls
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Nimble and Poppy
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
The Bighorn 96 is an all mountain twin tip that rips anywhere from the bumps to groomers and even a few laps through the park will have you cheesin from ear to ear. I typically ski on the big brother to this ski (bighorn106) on a trip back east this fall i had the chance to take out the 96s and was completely floored. playful yet stable at all speeds. easily able to do butters if thats your cup of tea. stiff enough underfoot to go big and fast. Check out some of the full reviews of this ski with an award from Freeskier (editors pick) and a solid review from newschoolers! also please feel free to reach out to me directly if you have any other questions.