It's clear that the ON3P Billy Goat Skis were designed for big mountains and steep faces. A relatively stiff ski, the Billy Goat offers great stability on open, warp-speed descents while also powering easily through variable crud. Plus, with the integration of a Reverse Elliptical Sidecut, you can have confidence in tight spaces and put 'em on edge down those back-to-the-lift groomers. If you're aiming to send 'er deeper and charge harder this season, make sure to check out the award winning ON3P Billy Goat Skis.
Freeride Rocker Larger tip rocker combined with a shorter, lower tail rocker and camber underfoot. Great for driving the ski while maintaining the stability needed to remain confident at speed.
Elliptical Rocker Profile The rocker profile and tip shape are combined into one progressively changing elliptical arc, which allows the tips to plane faster in powder, deflect less in variable snow, and helps the effective edge running within the rocker length to engage in a natural, effortless way.
Freeride Flex | 8.0 (1 Soft - 10 Stiff) Solid underfoot platform, stiffer tail, with a progressive flex into the tip. A directional flex for skiers who know how to drive a ski.
Reverse Elliptical Sidecut (RES) Think of RES in two parts: In the front half of the ski, the sidecut moves outward and tightens as it approaches the tip. This exaggerated, reverse sidecut ensures the skis remain catch free in powder and provides optimal soft-snow performance. The traditional sidecut in the tail gets you to and from the lift. When an RES ski is laid on edge, the RES tip and traditional sidecut tail work together to form a turn radius that provides the skier with surprising edge hold.
Tip Taper Tip taper allows for a smoother release on turns, decreased swing weight, and a less catchy ride feel in variable conditions. Used throughout ON3P's line and matched with their rocker profiles to maximize effective edge while maintaining maneuverability.
Bamboo Core The heart of every pair of ON3P skis is a FSC-certified, vertically laminated, 100% bamboo core. Bamboo is more durable, longer lasting, and provides a feel to the ski that no wood can match.
Tri-Axial Fiberglass 19 oz or 22 oz tri-axial fiberglass provides torsional and longitudinal stiffness, ensuring proper edge hold and power transfer.
Unidirectional Carbon Stringer Each ski incorporates unidirectional carbon around the core, adding pop, stiffness, and dampness without any significant increase in weight.
Vibration Dampening Strips (VDS) VDS rubber is applied to the edges & sidewalls, acting as a shear layer that provides improved bonding strength and vibration dampening.
Extra Wide Binding Mat An additional layer of fiberglass mat prevents pullouts. To ensure proper coverage for all types of hole patterns, ON3P runs their mat full width on every ski they make. Their binding mat is double-bias fiberglass, increasing torsional stiffness.
UHMW Sidewalls & Tip Spacers UHMW (Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene) is an incredibly strong material, has a higher abrasion resistance than steel, and resists cracking (unlike ABS).
1.8mm 4001 Durasurf Sintered Base ON3P's Durasurf 4001 base material provides their skis with better glide and protection from damage compared to any other sintered and extruded base material, and is 50% thicker than the industry standard.
2.5mm x 2.5mm Extra Thick Edges ON3P uses a 3/4 wrap for their 2.5mm x 2.5mm Rockwell 48 Steel Edges.
3/4 Wrap Edges The edges don't wrap all the way around the tips and tails the way other brands build skis. 3/4 wrap edges allow the tips and tails to flex naturally, which prevents delamination.
Nylon Topsheet Sublimated nylon topsheet is chip-resistant, to ensure you always look your best.
Factory Finish A meticulous 32 step finishing process - including a perfect, two-part base structure, hot wax + four hour hot box treatment, and a polished, beveled, detuned edge, allows skiers to mount and ski every ON3P out of the wrapper.
Made in Oregon by ON3P Every single pair of ON3P Skis is built by an ON3P employee in their Portland, Oregon factory. No shortcuts or OEM - ON3P does it themselves. Design, build, sell, shred -- the American way.
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
|Tip Width (mm)||138||141||142||143|
|Waist Width (mm)||114||116||116||116|
|Tail Width (mm)||123||125||126||126|
|Turning Radius (m)||27.0||27.8||28.6||29.4|
|Effective Edge (cm)||132.5||136.5||140.5||144.5|
|Indiv. Ski Weight (g)||2120||2240||2330||2430|