District 112 Skis are at the forefront of big mountain backcountry touring. A hefty, 112mm width with a sheet of titanal, triaxial fiberglass and a slew of other features coming in at under 2000 grams makes the District 112 a force to be reckoned with going both up and down the hill. The light tip to tail Paulownia/Poplar core keeps the weight down for the hike up, while the titanal, triaxial glass and superfast Electra base allow you to demolish big mountain features on the ski down.
EarlyRise 3 - G3's most progressive EarlyRise camber profile, further shortening the running surface with longer/higher rise in both the tip and tail compared to EarlyRise 2.5. This yields responsive turning in hard snow and further improves performance in softer snow.
PowerLight Construction - Light yet strong tip to tail Paulownia/Poplar wood core
7000 Series Titanal Aluminum
Triaxial glass for torsion and flex
Glossy Nylon Topsheet
ABS/TPU dual density sidewall for energy absorption and durability
P-Tex 2000 Electra base for durability, speed and wax absorption
Rockwell C48 steel edges for sharpness and durability
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.