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SEGO Ski Co. Wizard Ski

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Tech Specs

187cm, 194cm
156 / 134 / 138mm
Turn Radius:
[194cm] 35m
rocker tip & tail, zero camber
sandwich (UHMW sidewalls)
Durasurf 4001 (1.4mm)
Claimed Weight:
[194cm, single] 5lb 1oz
Recommended Use:
freeride/powder skiing
Manufacturer Warranty:

Epic powder days.

Most epic fantasies have a wise wizard guiding the protagonist through thick-and-thin to a happy ending. Similarly, Sego's Wizard Ski guides you through soft, deep powder, which is already a happy ending. With a 134mm waist, the Wizard is undoubtedly the fattest plank in Sego's lineup, and certainly one of the widest options out there. A ridiculous amount of rocker in the tip and tail—and no camber whatsoever—enhance the Wizard's magical capabilities in the deepest, softest snow of the season.

Sego built the Wizard with poppy poplar wood at the core. Triaxial fiberglass stiffens the core up to maintain stability at fast speeds, and there's a VDS rubber dampening unit to keep the chatter low if you happen to come across any variable crud when you're cruising. The swallow tail makes soft snow explode behind you, making for a more magical experience.

  • Sego's fattest ski is magic in powder
  • Rocker tip & tail help you keep your tips up
  • Wide turn radius for arcing down large aprons
  • Zero camber increases stability at high speeds
  • VDS rubber and fiberglass laminate stiffen up the flex
  • Reviews
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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Surprisingly nimble for both their weight and size, these skis are BOATS. Definitely not going to be the pair of sticks for ripping cordouroy in the morning, but they are extremely damp for their size.

They are all Rocker, and just blast through soft snow. The swallow tail gives them a bit of a dynamic stiffness in the tail that makes them a bit nimble on hopping from turn to turn. They are a bit on the heavy side, but that's what they were built for. A would say they also feel a bit unstable when going slow - they wash a tiny bit at low speeds, but when you throttle up and lean in, they RIP.

Gandalf, Dumbledore, Merlin, and even Voldermort himself pick these as their PRO models.