Skier's Choice Draft Picks
Round 2 – All-Mountain Selection, Pick 5I like an all-mountain ski that is traditionally wider underfoot with a good combo of rocker and camber. Which is what I found in the ON3P Caylor. I skied this Powder Week rookie on last chair after a long powder day at Jackson with nothing left in my legs and a fresh keg on my mind. With a progressive flex and moderate stiffness, these skis handled the long run of crud and groomers it took to get to my own personal Mario Land with ease. Once there, it was clear that the Caylor loves pillows as much as I do, effortlessly bouncing, smashing, and swiveling on command. Plus, the wide tail and stiff tip are great for stomping switch landings.
|Description||Our premier powder jib ski, the Caylor has been improved with a new elliptical rocker profile, increasing its ability to plane in powder and cut through choppy snow. This year we’ve introduced a new Lite model, in a 181cm and 191cm, that is softer than the stock medium-stiff flex. Go for the stock flex if you want a solid platform for big landings and high-speed stability. Go for the Lite if you’re more interested in playfulness, float, and maneuverability.|
|Style||All-Mountain, Park/Pipe, Powder|
|Features||100-percent bamboo core • Carbon stringers • 1.8mm Durasurf 4001 sintered base • UHMW sidewalls • 2.5mm x 2.5mm edge • Ellipitical rocker|