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Weight:1,905 g/ski






Weight:1,905 g/ski




These aren't your grandfather's skis.

Space-age materials to let you ski longer, ski harder and have more fun on the hill.
  • Handle More Terrain
    Two full sheets of titanal metal gives you more power and confidence at speed.
  • Carve like a pro
    A versatile shape increases your maneuverability.
  • Faster bases
    Sintered 4001 Durasurf bases are the optimal balance of speed and durability.
  • Save your knees
    VibeStop soaks up chatter and vibrations so your knees don’t have to.
Durable Nylon Topsheet
Full Sheet Titanal
UHMW Sidewall
8 inlays of VibeStop™
Full Sheet Titanal
4001 Sintered Race Base
24 oz Triaxial Fiberglass
Maple Wood Core
24 oz Triaxial Fiberglass
Hardened Steel Edges
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Ski longer with VibeStop™

A non-Newtonian polymer called VibeStop™ is precisely inlayed into every ski we make. When exposed to vibrations while skiing, the polymer instantly reacts and actively dampens the ski up to 300%. Instantly adapting to ski conditions and your skiing style, VibeStop™ allows you to ski harder, run after run.

It’s not rocket science. It’s ski science.

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Minimized Chatter

VibeStop™ decreases chatter & vibrations by over 300%.

More grip

Less chatter means better grip for more control — let it rip.

Increased Confidence

More stability for greater confidence no matter what terrain you're on.

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All Renoun skis are handmade in Canada using the finest materials.

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doug r.
United States United States

Endurance 88's are a game changer!

These skis carve sharper, faster turns and provide amazing stability at 50 mph+, unlike anything I have ever skied. Being a former freestyle competitor, I also love them in the bumps. Friends are buying them now and I have a pair of Citadel 106's on order to replace my really good, 2-year old skis. Ski name withheld to protect the innocent. Revolutionary!

Brian S.
United States United States

The Carve I Craved

So, I got past the “intermediate” level on skis back in the early-1980s, skiing more or less every other weekend and over school breaks at Okemo. I was on these insane Hexcel 210s, and… well, those skis and that terrain kind of defined me as a skier. In the early ‘90s I moved to the Pacific Northwest. I hadn’t skied as much in the late ‘80s, and when I tried to ski the way I skied on “Cascade Concrete” I decided maybe I didn’t need to keep skiing so much. After 25+ years of not skiing some friends talked me into it again. I got a pair of DPS Wailers and skiing started to make sense again, but I was also 25+ years older, and when I read about Renoun and this whole “VibeStop” business, I took advantage of a season-ending sale to grab a pair of Endurance 98s. Oh man are they awesome! But I was also craving the carve — the feel — of those skinny skis that were on my feet when I skied the way I wanted to ski. Enter the Endurance 88s. I snagged a pair when the Spring discounts appeared (the same day I filed my taxes and saw I’d be getting a refund). They arrived on a Tuesday. Bindings were mounted on Wednesday. I was at Stevens Pass on Thursday. Boy howdy, these are the skis for me. I swear they make me a better skier. Maybe even better than I want to be. Through March and April at Stevens they were pretty much the perfect skis, chewing up groomers and slipping easily through the occasional pockets of powder. There was a morning with freshies when I briefly wished I was on the 98s, but after a dozen runs that feeling had passed. These skis are quick and fast, nimble and forgiving. Sure wish they’d extended the season…

Norm D.

The true one ski quiver

Met à Nice couple skiing out western Canada this winter , they both were skiing on Renoun and really liked them. After doing some research I decided to buy the Endurance 88. It’s spring time, I’ve skied them 3 times once on hard packed and twice in very soft cruddy conditions, they’re able to handle it all. Amazing stability at higher speeds, they love to carve and go quick with absolute control, and they have excellent float in the soft stuff, playful in the bumps, I was able to carve even in the soft stuff also. They are relatively light weight which make them manœuvrable and easy initiation in short turns, but when you start ripping at higher speeds, they become incredibly stiff and stable, while remaining light skis, a very unique feel to them! I’m sold !!! If you’re looking for the one ski quiver “THIS IS IT” . I’m so impressed I just ordered a pair of Atlas 80 for the pure carving days in our cold Eastern Canada conditions ( ie: Tremblant)

Tom P.
United States United States

Renoun Endurance 88 177 (with Look Pivot 14 bindings)

Me: 5’ 10”, 180#, 62 years. Advanced skier, some think I’m an expert but I know better. Southern Michigan, so lots of very hard snow and our so-called powder is quite dense. My daily driver has been my 2014 Head Rev85 Pros (177 length, 15.9 meter sidecut), which have a lot of miles on them (easily 800 hours) but are still a decent ride. The first day out the snow was bulletproof, extremely hard even for Michigan, the exact conditions that I found least favorable to my 2017-2018 Endurance 98’s. My first impression was surprise at how quickly and tightly they wanted to turn when I put them on edge, a LOT quicker than the Heads. The Renouns are only an inch shorter, but the cambered length is 8 inches less than the Heads (which, admittedly, have probably lost some life)… anyway, I had to significantly recalibrate myself to the new feel. I was also very pleased to discover that the 88’s responded very well to turn shape adjustments while carving hard; that hasn’t been my experience with my (2nd Gen?) 98’s, which no matter how I pressure them like one turn shape and one shape only when the edges are locked in on ice (to be fair, that feeling goes away when conditions soften up even a little bit and it’s not like glare ice is what you get skis that wide for). Toward the end of the evening I got back on my Heads to evaluate the effectiveness of the VibeStop (formerly called HDT – why the name change?), and sure enough I suddenly realized that the snow was a whole bunch less comfortable than I had thought – my teeth were getting rattled around a lot more and my knee started to complain pretty quickly. The stuff works, for sure. Since then I’ve had them in about every condition you can have in Michigan, including an 8+” day at Nubs when the morning on Goose Bumps was knee deep and I was the only person there and the afternoon on Smokey, Scarface and Chute was all chundered up from the crowds earlier. When I want to go slow and playful they’re nice and bendy and playful, when I want to go fast and hard and lay down trenches they hang on like wolverine teeth, and I can change my mind about which one I want to do in an instant. And they’re smooooooth, seriously, that BS about how “the faster you go the smoother they feel” isn’t BS. Absolutely fabulous skis. Final note: when I got home from Nubs I found a serious gash on one of them, apparently one inside edge hit the other and peeled up about three inches of the top layer of fiberglass all the way down to the titanal. When I sent Renoun an email asking what I should do, at first they thought I meant just the topsheet, but when I sent a good closeup photo to clarify they said “oh, we apologize, that looks like a problem with the layup, let us send a replacement”. They sent a return label and shipped me the replacements a few days after that, even though I wasn’t able to send the damaged ones back for a few more weeks after that (I came down with covid right at that time and was way too sick to leave the house). So yeah. Renoun. Remember that name. And if you’ve never read the astounding true story of Shackleton’s Endurance expedition, do yourself a favor and correct that.

Mitchell A.
United States United States

Endurance 88's are my NEW Favorite Ski's!

For the last 30+ years, I've skied on Rossignol's and Volkl snow ski's. The last 5 years were Volkl's. I'm 55 years old now and although I dont have bad knees or hips, I was VERY intrigued by Renouns VibraStop. Decided to "Splurge" on myself and buy it to try them out. When I received it, I immediately had the new Marker blindings professionally mounted as well as detune and waxed. I headed to Snow Summit in SoCal to try them out. Took my Volkl's with me as back up in case I hated them. It took me a few runs to get the feel of it and get comfortable with how smooth it was. These ski's completely grabs/carves the snow so well on every turn and, they are proactively saving my knees, hips and the rest of my body via the VibraStop so I can ski harder and longer. I then spent a week skiing on them in Mammoth!! (I didn't even bring my Volkl's on this trip) Again, my Reonoun Endurance 88's are now my favorite ski's!! ⛷ Thank you Renoun!!! ~Mitchell

Peter W.
Canada Canada

From Kimberly Alpine Resort

I’m really enjoying the skis, they are a very good example of an all mountain ski, from cruising the groomers to skiing the bump runs they perform really well

Fred S.
United States United States

Awesome and Fun skis

I love them. I came home after my 2nd day this year and told my wife "my knees don't hurt!". Ready for winter to finally get to the mid atlantic to ride more. Very stable at speed with very little chatter. Thanks Jascha for all your help. I don't think I see any reason to ski any other ski.

Michael K.
United States United States

Great skis and service

Like the skis and thier service, when I purchased them was great. Good folks! AAA++++

Ric V.
United States United States

Nice skis

Used for a half day so far, quite impressed. Need more time, but after skiing Head Kore and Elan Rip Sticks, the Endurance was stable and gripped the Loud Pow very nicely. A friend took 1 run on them and really enjoyed them. Another friend was looking for them at Demo Week, that Stratton is hosting. We 3 are Telemark skiers, 2 Tele only. Very pleased with the purchase!

John K.
United States United States

Endurance 88

We went to Stowe, Vt. and skied them three days. They were GREAT!

Alex T.
United States United States

So much fun

I am used to scrambling up the Stockli Laser x on Eastern hard pack. Needed at ski that was a little more playful and was a true all mountain ski. The Endurance 88 was perfect! Bringing them to Utah for groomers in two weeks.

Tobiad G.
United States United States


I have been out on these 5 times now and I absolutely love them!

Andrew B.
Canada Canada

Best Damn Skis Ever !

I've been skiing for 50 years. I've skied on many different skis but these babies are hands down the most responsive, stable, dependable skis I have ever owned! The Endurance 88's literally take me along for a ride and I do my best to keep up with them. Really glad I went with the 184cm as opposed to the 177cm. Well done Cyrus & the crew at Renoun AAA +++

Harvey K.
United States United States

Love my skis!

Granted, the skis i replaced were about 13 years old and heavy. But after 4 days on snow, the endurance 88s make skiing easy. They hold a turn like a rail and quickly adjust to speed and terrain changes. Short or long radius turns are fluid and smooth. Thank you!

Martin M.
United States United States

Loads of Fun

First day out! Playful, great grip, super stable at high speed, fun in the woods

Daren L.
United States United States

The Best Yet!

I am a 57 year old National Ski Patrol Certified Patroller and PSIA Level II working on Level III. I absolutely love this ski! It performs amazing on the groomers. The edges hook up and bend the ski for some awesome carving. They perform equally as well off Piste. The ski's provide me an excellent base of support for teaching both Students and Ski Patrollers. I would, without a doubt, purchase this ski again and again. It is by far the best performing ski I have ever owned. Hats off to the Renoun Engineering Team!

Best Use

All Mountain — 70% on-trail, 30% off-trail.


The Endurance 88 is the perfect pick for skiers ski more than half their time on-trail but still desire strong performance off-trail. Variable crud melts under your feet as the full-metal titanal sheet and VibeStop™ soak up any impending chatter in your path. The result? An incredibly smooth, powerful ride that turns with ease.

Confidence-inspiring performance.


“One of the most interesting skis for me this year – yet again – is a ski by Renoun…The Endurance 88. I think [VibeStop™] is the craziest, most true, marketing speak that we’ve come across in over a decade… [VibeStop™] is totally true…It’s fascinating.” 


- Jonathan Ellsworth, Blister Gear Review 


(Quoted from the GEAR:30 Podcast Ep. 129)




Radius:17m (184cm), 16m (177cm), 15m (170cm), 14m (163cm), 13m (156cm)

Lengths:184, 177, 170, 163 & 156cm

Weight:2,010 (184cm), 1,905 (177cm), 1,800(170cm), 1,685 (163cm), 1,390g/ski (156cm)

Factory Bevel:1 degree base / 1 degree side


VibeStop™ 8 Channels

Core Stable Canadian maple wood core

Reinforcement Two full sheets of Titanal metal and tri-axial fiberglass


Vibration Reducing Polymer

8 Channels of VibeStop™ provide unmatched dampness. Soft and playful at rest, yet stiffens when vibrations increase and force is applied.

Titanal Metal Reinforcement

Added Damping Power

Two sheets of titanal make for an even more stable ride. Pair this with our proprietary VibeStop™ (HDT) polymer. Unmatched stability and confidence at speed.

Aspen Full Wood Core

Lightweight Strength

A strong, yet lightweight wood delivers stability without slowing you down.

Race Base

Speed isn't an issue...

Our 4001 Sintered Race Base makes keeps your skis quick and nimble.

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Endurance 88

This ski is optimized for those who spend most of their day on trails throughout the resort—but still like to venture into the woods, bumps or powder when it's good. A great all-mountain choice. View Endurance 88 >

Compatible With All Bindings

We engineer all Renoun skis to be compatible with any binding on the market.

(Skis do not come mounted)

Fast Shipping & Returns

Free shipping on all full-priced skis to the US and Canada. We also ship to Europe, Japan and Australia for a fee.

Order by 1pm Monday-Friday EST for same-day shipping.

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.

The Renoun Guarantee

Love them or your money back.

No Delays

We typically respond to return or exchange requests in under 24 hours.

No Hassles

We’ll give you a pre-paid label for your return or exchange.


Less than 3 in 100 skis are ever returned. People love their Renoun's.

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We believe in our product & our technology and stand firmly behind them. We offer a Moneyback Guarantee with every full-price ski purchase from us. Ski them up to 3 days within 6 months of delivery and if you aren't absolutely in love, we'll buy them back, no questions asked.

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