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Icelantic Nomad 105 Skis 2020

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Description: Icelantic Nomad 105 Skis

Freeriding is about having FUN and that''s why we developed the Nomad Freeride Collection, to have fun! Featuring the NEW Hybrid Flight Core, the Nomads are lighter and more poppy than ever, turning every mountain into your personal playground. Whether you like popping around the park, playing on natural features, or bounding through the deepest POW, we have a Nomad just for you!

Key Features of Icelantic Nomad 105 Skis
  • Lengths: 161, 171, 181, 191
  • Profile: 140-105-130
  • Radius: 13(161), 16(171), 19(181), 22(191)
  • Wt per pair: 3674g(161), 3852(171), 4257(181), 4625(191)
  • Tip Rocker: 36cm
  • Camber: 2mm
  • Tail Rocker: 31cm
  • Tip/Tail Rocker: Rocker/Camber/Rocker
  • Core: Wood Core

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don’t think, just buy it!
These were my first brand new skis, searching for the right ski is like car shopping. Living in a ski town you get a lot of advice on the “right” ones. I’m 6 ft 185 and I ride 171 and they are the perfect length for what I ski. If you’re in the market and ski powder or rip groomers. Buy these skis! A really fun ski in all conditions through deep powder, sliding through trees and you can absolutely fly down groomers! The graphics are cool and I got a ton of compliments. They’re nice and light and make for easier turns. I am really happy with these. Icelantic killed it with these. Happy shredding!
February 15, 2020
Big Sky
Originally posted at
Perfect all around ski that drives confidence
I purchased the Nomad 105 in February of 2019 in Fernie BC at the Ski Base to replace another “106” I had been using. Interested in a Rocker’d ski, the shop pointed me to these and I could not be happier. Used for two weeks in Fernie, I skied groomers with my family and the steeps of Polar Peak under the chair in varied conditions from wind swept crust to 12”+ powder days. The ski holds aggressive carving down the groomers on the days with no new snow, and the faster you pushed it the better it held. The tail of the ski released from turns very predictably every time, even over the ice.
Steep and deep snow seemed to be the sweet spot of the ski as it promoted a balanced feel, helping my less than perfect form. Wind swept crust was met with a bulldozer performance.
Back on the east coat the ski has been great on the terrain that has much more ice that one would like. Putting many weekend in Northern VT the ski worked great in the tight tree’s of Jay and the groomers of Stratton.

The quality of the ski is second to none, the top sheet takes abuse and the artwork remains in place, the base and edges have seen some “out-of-bounds abuse” and have lived to ski an other impressed that my Nomad 115’s will be here next week.

I am 45 yrs young, 5’-11” and weigh around 230...I am on the 181 and consider myself an expert skier of 25+yrs

Thanks for the bomber American Made ski! Don’t change you have a pretty sweet thing going!
December 31, 2019
New York
Originally posted at
Great all mountain Ski and Shark safe!
I've had my Nomads for nearly 3 years now and they perform fantastically in all conditions. They are a lively fun ski on the piste and really excel off. I really do love them. One of the really great things about them is how well they take a knock! Every now and then when I encounter a snow shark I pick myself up and look at my skis and time and again I am surprised by how little damage they have sustained! I wish I could say the same for me! I'm a big fan.
April 27, 2018
Ashbourne, UK
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The rumors are true!
I moved to CO about a year and a half ago and a member of the NSP back in PA. I hesitated on what to choose and was told left and right how amazing the Nomad 105 was by all the local and native CO riders. I wanted something that would allow me to ski some frontside while having the ability to hit steep walls, POW and trees. The 105 is lite, responsive and incredibly fun to ski. It is easily one of the best skis I've ridden and plan on doing a backcountry setup with the 115 next season. I have a lot of ski friends who are true to Icelantic and now I know why! Thank you for being such an amazing company and making such great skis!
August 17, 2017
Boulder Colorado
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Just spent a three day weekend on the boilerplate of southern VT (no snow in 3 weeks - one day is 40 degrees next day is -10) and I cannot say enough about these skis. I have never felt so secure - like I'm on a front side charger only they're 105 underfoot. The shape is amazing and these babies really want to carve. Winter is back on the clock this week so I can wait to see how they rip in the pow and chop. 100% recommend these skis.
March 13, 2017
Originally posted at
All Mountain Dominance!
First of all made in USA!!! This skis profile can ski Snowbird steeps to Deer Valley groomers laying trenches at 105 underfoot. Steep powder is made laughably easy and at speed this ski to me anyway has no limit.I mounted at regular all mountain boot center with Marker Griffin bindings and at 5 feet 11 inches and 180 pounds ski it at 171 CM. This ski has yet to disappoint me and it made me buy one of the limited edition 2nd pairs! Keep up the great ski designs and them. Oh by the way, to me the weight doesn't bother me but I feel helps make this ski perform like a Rock Star.
January 18, 2020
New Jersey
Originally posted at
Still Stoked
Skied the Nomads on frozen snow today and they were excellent. Yesterday was above freezing and sunny, today -4C and I was carving trenches on all but the blue-ice patches that emerged later in the day. I switched back and forth with my Shamans and other than the longer radius turns they were as stable and confidence inspiring, on a rockered powder ski!!! What?. A few folks even commented on the cool looking Grizzly depicted on the top sheet.
Thanks Icelantic for making another excellent fun and capable ski.
February 21, 2020
Coastal BC
Originally posted at
One of a kind
These skis are fantastic! Great for everything you could ever find on any hill, especially the steep and deep. Very durable and exceptionally stylish. Do yourself a favor and strap these on.
February 13, 2020
Lake Tahoe
Originally posted at
Stable and playful
I am 166 tall at 68 kgs but 58 years old so I went with the 171 and find them very stable and yet playful. I have a pair of 161 Shamans that carve better on the boilerplate days, but on soft snow days, or in moguls I am enjoying the 105’s, mine measure 111 at the midpoint so a bit more girth than 105, I'm okay with that.
I skied 3 days in Banff on the 105’s and I find they are more forgiving than the Shamans but if encouraged and tipped on edge, they can hold an edge on all but the hardest of snow/ice.
I am looking forward to skiing deeper snow and trees with the 105’s I think they will smear better, pivot easier and float more than my 161 Shamans.
I am very pleased with the 105's so far and look forward to many happy days on them and I expect they will be just as durable as my Shaman's.
January 10, 2020
Coastal BC
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