Got a pair of the Mohawk 98s to hit the backcountry here in the PNW. They float when you need them to and shine on consolidated conditions, too. Love these new boards!
These girls are everything! I’ve had my eyes on Shaggy’s for years, and was finally able to make it happen. Since I wasn’t able to demo the Mohawks or the Medoras (which I was also considering), I put my trust in the team at Shaggy’s to make recommendation. Lynn, Shari, and Jeff were so helpful! I’m so happy with how the custom graphics turned out. I have yet to ride a lift without getting compliments!
These ski excellent, even with the little snow we’ve had in Wisconsin. They’ve performed better than I expected on hard groomers, great on soft groomers, and they “floated” through the “powder” while it lasted. I can’t wait to get into some pow and trees with them! So far, they’ve checked all my boxes.
Ladies, don’t overlook these skis! I’m so glad Lynn suggested them for me. They are my girls and we have a blast!
Oh- and if you are at Cascade on a Saturday, you might luck out and see me, the donut lady, with Saturday chairlift donuts. Don’t be shy. KT Glazers are the 💣!
These are my 3rd pair of Shaggy’s … I love them all, but the SHAGGY’S 2023 MOHAWK 98’s are my favorite! They are lightweight with virtually no chatter. Most importantly, they are fun … carve perfectly on rough and groomed! Can’t wait for many more years of skiing Shaggy’s!
As a longtime Shaggy's ambassador, I've been lucky to ski on many pairs of Shaggy's skis. I am very pleased to report that the 2023 Mohawk 98 is the perfect ski to compliment the Shaggy's lineup. This ski is predictable edge to edge, but responsive enough to still be a ton of fun. It rails turns when you want it to, but maintains just enough early rise in the tail to let you break free for those slash turns. The 98mm waist width plays well in all snow conditions, and quickly became my go to ski for almost everything this past season. Light enough to be a backcountry ski, but burly enough to withstand a season of lift accessed laps. The Mohawk 98 excelled just as well on countless east coast variable backcountry days as it did skiing off the summit of Revelstoke in knee deep pow. I've been an avid proponent for both the Ahmeek and the Phoenix models in the past, and while I don't love them any less, the Mohawk 98 currently has my heart. I'm really happy that this ski is no longer a prototype, but more so the next ski for many ripping skiers out there.