|Model||Guide 100||Guide 103||Guide 106||Guide 109|
|Weight in Superlight Carbon (g)||995||1,076||1,170||1,263|
|Weight in 5050 CFG (g)||1,246||1,305||1,450||1,550|
|Boot from Tail (mm)||695||740||785||830|
|Rocker Length Tip (mm)||500||540||570||600|
|Rocker Length Tail (mm)||250||270||280||300|
|Base||All-round structure (dry)||All-round structure (dry)||All-round structure (dry)||All-round structure (dry)|
Who is it for?
Tested from the fjords to virgin 7,000m in the Himalayas, the Guide offers an impressive flotation in deep snow. But there's more. Think of it as powder ski with technical drivability that suits all-round conditions.
If you are looking for a ski that can handle all kind of conditions, from deep powder to steep North faces, you'll be impressed! I tested the Guide 109 in Superlight Carbon in the Himalayas and it was stellar!Jordi Tosas, UIAGM Mountain Guide
I became a fan of the Guide 100 as the short —159cm— length allows for a great manoeuvrability when skinning up. Extremely playful on the downhills, it's like a giant pair of snowblades!Matt Lefort, Moonlight Brand Manager