Blemish skis are brand new but may have a small cosmetic blemish or scuff in the graphic. For example, the graphic is slightly off-center (1-2cm) or there is a gentle scuff from handling them at the factory. These cosmetic blemishes have no effect on the ski's performance or durability and most of the time you wouldn't even notice it if we didn't mention it.
Comes with our standard 2-year warranty and includes the MoneyBack Guarantee. Factory Blemish skis cannot be combined with other discounts.
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This tech is no gimmick
Renoun's Vibe Stop technology is not a gimmick. A lighter skier with aggression levels below 11 on the dial could be quite happy on the Citadel 106 as their only pair of skis, certainly if they are a 50/50 resort/touring skier. The Citadel are light enough to tour on, very accessible to ski while offering remarkable performance for their weight and I found them confidence-inspiring on all types of terrain. For those who prefer the highest end of stability and suspension for inbounds skiing, but are looking for a touring ski around this weight with remarkable stability to weight ratio, the Citadel warrants serious consideration.
Having a blast
I got these as an every day ski. I have pivot 14’s on these. They are so light and fun. We got 8-12 inches last weekend and brought these out. The were so much fun in the fresh snow and when things got chopped up, they were great in the bumps as well. Nice rebound and pop off the bumps. I’m looking forward to trying them in the spring corn we most likely will have after a week of temps in the high 40’s and low 50’s. I would definitely recommend these to friends and some of mine have already seen them and were surprised at how light they are even with bindings on them.