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Synapse+ 109

Regular price $879.00 CAD

Next generation backcountry powder skis. Go deep, then drop in with confidence, speed, and the extra leg power you saved on the climb.

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Ultralight for the up, floaty and playful on the descents. Go deeper.

Next generation backcountry powder skis. Go deep, then drop in with confidence, speed, and the extra leg power you saved on the climb.


  • Designed for freeride touring
  • Full rocker tip
  • Early rise, low-profile "Stealth Tail"
  • Premium co-extruded nylon topsheet
  • Full thickness alloy steel edges - corrosion resistant
  • PolyUrethane sidewall - durability & dampness
  • Stealth Razor Edge profile reduces mass
  • Triaxial stitched carbon fibre - strong, light & torsionally stable
  • Poplar Paulownia wood core
  • Full thickness base - P-Tex 2000 Electra
  • Titanal aluminum mounting plate
Weight (Single)1.37kg 3lb0oz1.48kg 3lb4oz1.55kg 3lb7oz1.6kg 3lb9oz1.67kg 3lb11oz
Stealth Rocker: 


Tip/Waist/Tail Width



170cm, 175cm, 180cm, 185cm, 190cm






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  • Hello, I am 5'10 and weight 225pounds. I am hesitating between synapse 109 and the sendr 112. Its for backcountry, i ll put my g3 ion on it. I m a a pretty good skier put dont drop cliff anymore. Wich one of these is the stiffest ? Wich one you suggest for my size/weight?

    Hi,  Thanks for your inquiry. THe Sendr and Synapse are different skis in different categories. THe Synapse is lightweight, more ski touring specific ski that skis powder and soft snow really well, it can handle chunder and variable conditions but not like the Sendr. 
    The Sendr is a more capable ski when it comes to going down! The Sendr is a big mountain do it all shredder ski, but you will incur a weight penalty compared to the Synapse At the end of the day it's a personal preference, depending on your strength, who you ski with and what you are willing to sacrifice. 
    I hope that helps. 

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