FREERIDE AND FREETOURING SKIS FOR ALL CONDITIONS
The GO line redefines the practice of FREERIDE by bringing a lot of amplitude to a sector sometimes considered too elitist. Under the leadership of Aurélien Ducroz, we have optimised their accessibility and comfort. The playful spirit of the GOs now opens up a wide range of uses, both on the slope and in deep snow, and excels in the most committed terrain. The perfect line is now within your reach, insolently bordering perfection.
GO 90 W
For women skiers who are looking for a freerando ski adapted to long tours and comfortable on all types of terrain, the GO 90 W is the twin copy of the GO 90 with subtle differences on the mounting point and a softer fiberglass to adapt to female morphologies. Lightweight, stable and grippy with a Karuba wood and double titanium construction, the GO 90 is a pure mountain ski with a classic camber for a typical alpine ride.
With a skate approaching 100, the GO 98 is the perfect balance between freeride and touring. Easy to handle, light and grippy thanks to its karuba wood construction and double titanal reinforcement, its size allows it to be very efficient in big conditions. With a classic camber and two light rockers at the ends, it is also an alpine ski that likes to attack.
The biggest of the classic camber shape, the GO 106 is designed for big condition hunters who are looking for a ski with an alpine character. Handy, light and grippy thanks to its karuba wood construction and double titanium reinforcement, the GO 106 is a formidable freerando ski for all mountain and big mountain use.
GO 115 ti
Aurélien Ducroz's weapon. The biggest of the GO family is intended for experienced freeriders who are looking for a ski that is very stable at high speed and whose lightness encourages freerando use.
Its 115 mm runner associated with a full rocker allows to really surf fresh snow and to have the necessary pivot for abrupt changes of direction, its rib lines give it a very good behavior on hard or trafficked snow. A ski made for big challenges.