Skilogik Yeti Skis - REVIEW
This is the second pair of SkiLogik skis that we have reviewed in as many years, the first being the SkiLogik Howitzers. SkiLogik has expanded their line-up to now include skis for almost every type of skier with two offerings for the dedicated backcountry skier: the Piton and the Yeti. The SkiLogik Piton is the narrower and lighter cousin to the new Yeti. At 105mm underfoot the Yeti has sufficient girth to give you float in the deep stuff while not being so fat so that they're slow to get up on edge. For a fat ski the SkiLogik Yeti is still at the top of the light weight ski chart at just 3300 grams per pair. As with the SkiLogik Howitzers we again mounted the SkiLogik Yeti skis with a pair of Plum Guide tech bindings in order to keep them super light. The Yeti/Guide combo saved us 680 grams per pair when compared to the Howitzer/Guide set up. This brings the total weight for the skis in at 4000 grams, that’s light!
If you are looking for a super light weight ski for your dedicated backcountry adventures that skis as good as it looks then keep on reading the rest of the review over here.