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Cassiar 80SL

The Cassiar 80SL is a true race carver with a 11.5m radius sidecut, and the only prepreg carbon fiber shape of its kind on earth. If you enjoy training early season with deep g-loaded carves, or appreciate elite race skis, get ready for carving geometry mated with the lightest, most powerful ski construction ever made. The Cassiar 80SL exhibits new levels of quickness and power as it moves under your body in lightning fast transitions and unmatched rebound and edge grip. If we weren't as obsessed with deep snow, we would push the SL onto the World Cup –it’s a high tech Ferrariesque tool.


Product Details

Pure3 Construction

Dimensions: 127/78/113

Sizes: 166 cm

Turning Radius: 11.5 m

Weight: 1350 grams per ski

Tip Rocker Length: 170 mm

Tail Rocker Length: 100 mm

Running Length: 1470 mm

Made in the U.S.A at the DPS Utah Factory

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Cassiar 80SL Reviews from Skiing Magazine

“Good East-appropriate rides are decidedly harder to come by among indie ski offerings, but the Cassiar is the exception. It’s light and energetic on the corduroy thanks to its carbon-laminate construction. Testers liked its balanced, responsive feel, and race-like performance.” 

"It’s playful and won’t lock you into do-or-die arcs. Race-type grip with park-type flex, said one tester. Its easy, non-hooky initiation is perfect for the well-rounded skier who cruises, bumps, and dabbles in the park. PLUS: Not too stiff, not too soft, and not demanding in the least."

Cassiar 80SL Reviews from Teton Gravity Research

"I've got two days on the Cassiar now, and I think I can confidently say you have a winner here. Edge hold is superb, turning radius is right on for me, and a bit longer feel than the Rossi race stock slalom I was on. I like to go a little faster than that sidecut allows… Not so twitchy at speed either, wants to turn, and much more user friendly too.