Reserve 2022 Skis | Reserve Now For $100>
Good condition. Drilled and plugged.
Archive, used and demo skis come with a 1 year warranty but do not qualify for our Moneyback Guarantee. All sales are final.
Description: Designed, prototyped and tested by women, the Earhart 88 wasn’t designed by a committee of men. With best-in-class edge hold, smooth turn initiation and a playful personality, it makes skiing feel effortless again. Rocker in the tip and tail add versatility in soft or variable snow while camber underfoot allows you to carve hard on the groomers. With plenty of stability thanks to two partial sheets of titanal metal and 8 inlays of our patented non-Newtonian VibeStop™ (HDT) polymer, you will never feel so confident on a pair of skis.
Please allow 3 days for handling.
Renoun skis are compatible with any alpine binding on the market.
(Skis do not come mounted)
All full-priced skis ship for free to US, Canada, the EU & Japan. Returns are free, too.
We also pay all import duties for international orders — you just cover applicable local taxes. We've got your back, friend!
Renoun uses VibeStop™️ in basketball floors like PennState's court in Altoona.
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Renoun has patented VibeStop™ in surfboards and boat hauls. A more stable ride on the water? Yes please.
Mount up your new Renouns and take them out to your favorite mountain.
Ski a few days – get a feel for them in a variety of conditions.
If you don't absolutely love them, remove your bindings and send them back for a full refund.
This guarantee gives you 3 days on-now to try out your new skis. Within 6 months of delivery, if you don't absolutely love your skis after 3 days skiing, we will buy them back no questions asked.
So, if you buy the skis today, but your first days of skiing aren't for almost 6 months, then you can still return them. How about that?!
Moneyback Guarantee does not apply to used or demo or blemished skis unless otherwise specified. Bindings are excluded from all warranties or exchanges — it's a liability thing, sorry!