L-Toro

$750.00

Description

Fat-ypus is introducing this new Adam Delorme pro model as the perfect answer to the all-mountain ski category. Today’s all-mountain description now includes the terrain park as well, and the L-toro design is so truly versatile with its light weight and early rise tip and tail, that you can spend half the day slaying the park features and the other half crushing the deep pow. You will be amazed at how this ski feels like it is all you would ever need for anywhere on the mountain.

Features

Poplar wood core • P-tex sidewalls

L-Toro
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Skier's Choice Draft Picks

Ian Fohrman

Round 3 – Park Selection, Pick 15
The L-Toro is exactly what I’m looking for in a park ski: light, simple and tough. The 22m turn radius is perfect for being able to carve off a lip without feeling hooky or catchy and the small amount of early rise allows for better butters and easier reverts. Sandwich construction is tough and poppy and the material choices give it a light swing weight. When there’s powder to be found, I’m usually chasing it, so my favorite park days usually involve sun and slush and the extra width is great in the latter. If Adam Delorme’s pro model gives me even a tiny amount of Delorme’s style, I’ll buy a dozen.

Additional Information

Description Fat-ypus is introducing this new Adam Delorme pro model as the perfect answer to the all-mountain ski category. Today’s all-mountain description now includes the terrain park as well, and the L-toro design is so truly versatile with its light weight and early rise tip and tail, that you can spend half the day slaying the park features and the other half crushing the deep pow. You will be amazed at how this ski feels like it is all you would ever need for anywhere on the mountain.
Dimensions 133-101-123
Style All-Mountain, Park/Pipe
Gender Mens, Womens
Features Poplar wood core • P-tex sidewalls