2020 Sarge 95

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The Sarge 95 is the perfect blend of one part all mountain ski and one part park/jib ski. It can take everything from railing the groomers and slashing crud to a heavy day in the park. The 95 mm waist offers a wealth of versatility in mixed conditions and the early rise rockered tip will keep you on top of the light stuff.

The rock solid Ash hardwood core coupled with top and bottom carbon fiber and triaxial fiberglass reinforcement gives you a smooth and stable energetic ride. Full height UHMW sidewalls are bombproof and look good too. Extra reinforcement for binding retention, tip/tail rubber package, and heat treated 2.2mm edges make the Sarge 95s the ideal ski for taking a beating.

The Sarge 95 is our response to the need for an all mountain jib ski that can make park laps all morning and then rail on groomers and slash through mixed conditions the next day. Stable and quick in the trees, floaty in occasional pow, and grip commanding on the ice; these 95s are the new school all mountain jib skis you've been looking for. The Sarge 95s are way more than just park skis.

Dimensions: 126-95-121

  • Early Rise Tip Rocker and Full Twin Tail whip around as fast as you can move 'em without dragging you down.
  • Ash Hardwood Core gives you a smooth and stable, yet energetic ride with endless pop.
  • Full Height UHMW Sidewalls bonded with 8 layers of rubber are bombproof.
  • Soft Tip/Tail Flex let you smear anything on the mountain, while a strong underfoot platform lets you drive into the nastiest snow.


Ski Construction


Laminated Ash Hardwood: Long grain premium White Ash is hand selected and cut into full length strips. Strips are individually flex indexed and laminated together symmetrically. Each laminated core is CNC milled to a precise thickness profile developed for each length.


Unidirectional Carbon Fiber strips above and beneath the core, Triaxial Fiberglass above and beneath the core, Fiberglass binding mat underfoot. Rubber bonding strips placed along edges, sidewalls, and ends for rock solid bonding.


Full height UHMW - the same raw material as your base, bombproof and double chamfered for reduced swingweight. They provided exceptional grip and stability on hard snow.

Base + Edge

1.4 mm CNC Knife Cut 4001 Race Grade Durasurf sintered UHMW. 2.2 mm over-sized and heat treated edges take a beating.

Sarge 95 All Mountain Jib Skis Rocker + Camber + Sidecut Drawing - Technical ski drawing

Length (cm) Dimensions (mm) Turning Radius (m) Mounting Setback (cm) Weight (g/ski)
182 126-95-121 18.3 -3.0 x1950
176 126-95-121 17.1 -3.0 1885
170 126-95-121 16 -2.9 x1830
164 126-95-121 15 -2.9 x1775

Get the proper length for your skiing style

Not sure what length will suit you best? Use the chart below to get in the right ballpark.

If you really want to dial in your model and/or length choice, give us a call for expert, one-on-one, advice from a skier:  (231)459-4323

Blog Post About How to Size and Select Skis

Here's a basic chart to get you started:

Ski Sizing Chart

Sizing skis is a little bit of an art and a little bit of a science. There are numerous factors that all affect the optimal ski length for you. 

A few of the factors are:

  • Skier size and weight
  • Skier ability (experts size up, beginners size down)
  • Type of terrain you like
  • Where you normally ski
  • Current ski size

The list could go on and on, but if you need help with the decision, always feel free to call us at 231.459.4323, live chat, or email us!

What snow conditions are they made for?

Sarge 95 - Park Skis, Jib Skis, Soft All mountain skis

Are they right for me?
They're right for you if you want a playful all mountain ski that is solid enough for a day of charging all terrain, but just as at home in the park. You might want to spend a day on rails and jumps, then hit the trees. Or, you enjoy a softer flexing all mountain ski with a modern close-to-center mounting position and a full twin tail.

What length should I get?
The Sarge 95s have an early rise rockered tip and a full twin tail. If you are between lengths, size up for a more stable ride. Check out our size chart in the previous tab for more info.

What bindings should I get?
You can use any binding on the Sarge 95s as long as the brake width is at least 95mm wide. We run Marker Griffon bindings on our demo skis. Visit your local ski shop for bindings and mounting.

What can I customize?
Graphics: Full custom topsheet graphics
Construction: Get a consultation

What are Camber Pockets?
Camber Pockets are additional small sections of camber (about 4 in long and 0.030" tall) molded into the overall camber of the ski in front of and behind your midsole position. They increase contact pressure to improve grip on hardpack and ice. [add graphic]

Are they tuned and waxed?
Skis come tuned with a 1° base edge bevel and a 3° side edge bevel and a slight tip/tail detune. The skis are waxed with a universal temperature wax to get you going.

The Rundown

Ride Notes: Playful and fun yet stable for blasting though crud and chunder. The slight early rise in tip and camber underfoot offer great maneuverability. The camber pockets grip the hardpack even when your edges are worn down.

Design Needs:Playful soft flex in the tips/tails - rock solid underfoot - stable on everything from ice to minimal powder 

Purpose: Build a playful jib ski that can be used both all over the mountain as well as in the park. It needs to be perfect for people looking to blast off the groomed runs, hit jumps, stumps, and crush bumps.

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Why You'll Love Them

  1. All Mountain Tip Rocker quickly carves into turns, busts through crud, and stays on top of variable conditions – no matter what the snow is like.
  2. Minimal camber underfoot makes buttering and sliding effortless, while the camber pockets grip the hardpack exactly when you need them to.
  3. Northern Michigan Ash hardwood core coupled with unidirectional Carbon Fiber reinforcement give the ski endless pop and stability when hauling down the snow.
  4. Full twintip tails make the Sarge 95 maneuver easily in the tightest trees and in the park. 
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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Craig Baxter
Height: 5'10"
Ski Length: 170
Primary Ski Area: Northern Michigan
All Mountain Terrain Ski

I skied the Sarge 95 all season. Great ski that handles bumps, powder and grooms. On trail off trail and back on... like a dream.
Only 1 complaint. Wish the top coat was more durable so they stay pretty. Highly recommend to any ski spirit.

Height: 6’1
Ski Length: 170
Primary Ski Area: Telluride
More than just a park ski

I work in Telluride as a ski instructor and the sarge started out as my free style ski and turned into my daily ride. Most fun ski I’ve ever experienced. I’ve ripped this from the park to groomers to 8-12 inches of fresh champagne pow and they do not disappoint. Hard to find a park ski with the perfect flex and pop that I can still carve when the terrain calls for it.

Height: 5,11
Awesome shape

Love the tip shape great for flotation in powder

Tim Knutsen
Height: 5'9"
Ski Length: 170
Primary Ski Area: Glades and open runs, no backcountry yet
Versatile freeski

I'm 52 and if I had any park days, they're behind me. I purchased the Sarge95 this winter after skiing a K2 Shreditor 102 for the last two seasons. I was riding the K2s as a means to get off-trail and to enjoy freeskiing a bit more, but with my weight at 165# and with 102 mm underfoot, they didn't do very well on hardpack. After talking about parameters with Jeff we arrived at the Sarge95. Well, this season I wasn't able to do any backcountry, but have skied more glades then ever before. Add to that the crazy variable winter we've had here and the Sarge95s have handled about everything I've thrown at them, from icy hardpack to powder days. I'd recommend the Sarge95 to not just park users, but to anyone with a lighter weight that gets off-trail and wants a playful and versatile ski.

Collin Rehm
Height: 5'10
Ski Length: 182
Primary Ski Area: Marquette Mountain
Do it all kinda ski.

The 'Sarge turns the whole mountain into your terrain park. If you love skiing the whole mountain, and also like laps in the park, this is the ski for you!

Its directional profile and solid flex underfoot makes for stable GS- style turns on hard pack. Combine this with the innovative camber pockets located in-front and behind your boot contact point and you'll keep good grip, even after weeks hitting rails. Pro tip: keep these camber pockets sharp while de-tuning underfoot for a ski that won't catch on rails but still hooks up on icy groomers. The tip and tail of this ski are a lot softer than the mid-section which keeps them playful and really good for butters and presses, while keeping the backbone and stability needed for big jumps and going fast. The recommended mounting point is 2cm back from dead center, and puts you right on the middle of the effective edge when taking the directional rocker into consideration. This is where mine are mounted for primarily park riding!

As an ambassador for Shaggy's I've helped test a lot of different construction techniques and in the past a lot of those techniques didn't hold up to hard park riding. Durability is a huge priority for a ski that is going to spend as much time grinding steel rails as sliding on snow. I've been on my 'Sarges since last December hitting street spots, riding park, bombed out spring snow (mostly rocks), I even skied down a couple sand dunes with them. They are a little beat up, but after 100+ days that pair is still my daily driver!


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