Item # 8962sunt12zz-surface-skis

Surface No Time Skis

Sold Out

Sorry this item is currently sold out.

Please use this discount coupon for an
additional 5% off during checkout:




Type: Park & Pipe, All Mountain
Shape: Twin Tip
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Rocker, Hook Free Park Rocker
Waist: 76mm
Construction: Sandwich, ABS Sidewall ABS Sidewall
Core Material: Wood
Base: Extruded
Recommended Use: Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Surface No Time Skis

The Surface No Time Skis are some killer park skis. These are some super fun skis at a great price. The twin tip rocker profile gives you the power and versatility to rock the rails and launch the jumps. With slight camber, you''ll be able to turn smoothly and easily. A full wood core makes these park skis the bomb diggity.

Key Features of the Surface No Time Skis:
  • Feather Weight
  • Hook Free Park Rocker
  • All Mountain, All Condition
  • Traditional Camber Construction
  • Slight Early Rise Tip & Tai
  • Bunch Pop Carbon Stringers Tip-to-tail
  • Directional Taper Shape
  • Poplar Wood Core
  • ABS Sidewall
  • Extruded Base
  • 2.5mm Full-Wrap Steel Edges
  • Binding Reinforcement Sheets
  • 2mm Mini Cap Design
  • 162cm 17.1m
  • 172cm 17.9m
  • 162cm 5.2lbs (set)
  • 172cm 6.5lbs (set
  • 162cm 108 / 76 / 99
  • 172cm 108 / 76 / 100

No Time

There are no reviews for this item. Write a Review
5 Stars
4 Stars
3 Stars
2 Stars
1 Star

Browse 1 question and 2 answers
Hide answersShow all answers | Sort by
Why did you choose this? Store
Have a pair already and like the responsive turning narrow waist.
elaine b on Nov 28, 2013
are these skis heavy compared to other skis?
A shopper on Jul 2, 2013
Best Answer: These skis are comparatively light, but the weight will also depend on the bindings you choose. I have the Marker Squire bindings, which are very light. A couple of drawbacks with these skis are that the topsheet scratches very easily, and the skis feel a bit stiff. Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Joanna B on Jul 15, 2013
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)

To Top