2019 Phoenix 105
2019 Phoenix 105
2019 Phoenix 105
2019 Phoenix 105

2019 Phoenix 105


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Why You'll Love Them

  1. The Pure Carbon construction makes the swing-weight ridiculously light.
  2. Pinned tips allow the ski to maneuver through the crud and also reduce swing-weight.
  3. The resilience of the Pure Carbon construction maintains flex life year after year.
  4. Notched and slight twin, tech-tail keeps your skins centered and your clips off the snow on the uphill climb.
  5. The 105 mm waist width will keep you floating in powder, yet it's nimble on hardpack and in tight, technical terrain.
  6. Camber pockets molded into the overall camber maximize edge hold on hardpack.

New for 2019


For the 2018/19 season the camber/rocker profile has been updated to increase tip rocker while still maintaining the same rock solid camber profile for the perfect mix of flotation and edge grip. The sidecut shape of the Phoenix remains unchanged.


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 Tech Specs


Dimensions 136-105-122 mm
Turning Radius Variable Tip to Tail ( 20-18-19.5 m @ 174 cm, 21.5 - 20 - 22 m @ 180 cm)
Weight 1625g/ski @ 174 cm, 1715 g/ski @ 180 cm
Construction Full Sandwich w/ UHMW Sidewall
 Layup

Pure Carbon (Poplar Hardwood Core, Biaxial + Unidirectional Carbon Fiber, Binding Reinforcement Plate)

Tip Rise

Backcountry/Powder Tip Rocker

Underfoot

Minimal Camber + Camber Pockets

Tail Rise

Early Rise Semi-Twin Tail (with tail skin notch)

Base

1.4 mm CNC Knife Cut 4001 Race Grade Durasurf Sintered UHMW
2.2 mm Hardened Edge

Topsheet Clearview Gloss, Sublimated Nylon Black Graphic (Everywhere else is clear to Carbon Fiber)
Phoenix 105 - Pure Carbon Skis Construction

 


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g h peet
Height: 5'5"
Ski Length: 174
Primary Ski Area: aspen highlands/snowmass
Phoenix 105 174 cm king pins

I got these skis 2 years ago, and the only thing I would change is the binder- I would go salomon/armada shift. The king pin isn't up to how hard you can push this ski. Shred groomers in the morning at 65 mph and then skin highlands bowl for the wind blown after lunch. You can charge seriously hard on these skis. Equally at home in the tight trees of bohemia and the like. As an expert level skier I can make these work and enjoy them in almost all conditions/situations. Not quite big enough under foot for the real deep (3'+) but they get it done (and Im the only cheap idiot to not get pow skis on the epic day) .

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Madeline
The most rippin' of carbon sticks Iv'e ever skied

Holy wow! When I first unwrapped these puppies from their shipping container I was smitten. I went with the custom artwork and matte finish. The feel of the top sheet is smooth and can distract you from the mountain views beware! Not only are they beautious, but they RIP! I was very impressed with how light the carbon ski is in relation to its ski ability. My previous Dynafit skis are your typical ultralight ski-mountaineer's choice and my Phoenix 105 are lighter AND ski better. GO Michigan! I have the 174cm. I can point them in pow and wiggle a tiny turn. These are my go to Utah powder ski. I even ride them in-bounds!

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Jack Kerby-Miller
Skis for Skiiers

Shaggy's makes the skis you want, even if you didn't know you wanted them yet. I love my original pair of Shaggy's 175's (c. 2009?), and rarely want to ride skis made by anyone else. Wide, stiff, and with ample sidecut, they have been my go to pair for all conditions since I stopped smashing plastic poles.

I got to ride the Phoenix 105'sx184 mounted with Axl bindings and tRace boots for a couple of early spring laps on a closed ski area in VT. Conditions were something just short of boiler plate at the summit, but softened up to a lovely corn for the bottom two thirds. They climbed easily, and managed well on the re-frozen crud at high altitude, especially for their width, but really shone when the snow softened on the descent. Shaggy's is building a reputation for making skis that handle the snow people actually ski, and the Pheonixes do not disappoint. I was somewhat concerned that the 184 might be a lot of ski to freeheel on, but their lightness and early rise makes them feel more like my trusty old 175s, and made me glad they weren't shorter. The ski's tips and tails are forgiving, but the cambered section is more than stiff enough to perform when I hammered down with the Axl/tRaces.

Verdict: These skis rock. Uphill. Downhill. Ice. Corn. Fixed heel or Free.

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