A new design, introducing the Summit CRZ-Trick 106 cm 3D Full Rocker Skiboards. These CRZ 106 reverse camber skiboards, are designed for terrain parks, powder, and playtime on the mountain. Having a profile like hockey skates or water skis, these are made for ease of use, with distinct advantages for beginners, park riders or those who get to enjoy full powder days. For skaters and hockey players, these provide an immediate transfer of your skate skills to the slopes. These truly zip around. Also great with snow dancing as well as moguls.
The Summit CRZ (“Cruise”) 106 skiboards offer a unique full rocker design. What does this mean? It means riding through soft snow is an almost effortless ride, feeling more like surfing! This unique full rocker design delivers fast turn initiation, a super short turning radius as if riding something even shorter, that allows super short turn radius.
This Full Rocker/Reverse Camber combination also gives you multiple sweet spots to explore throughout the length of the skiboards. These rockered skiboards feature 4 stainless steel insert allowing the use of Snowboard bindings like the Technine Custom Pro DS Snowboard Bindings. These can also be mounted with release bindings like the Atomic L10 or FFG 12 bindings. We premount the release bindings for you and include free wide brakes. (read more about different bindings)
One feature definitely worth mentioning is that these skiboards feature our special 3D Carbonium top sheet that provides amazing durability, yet allows the graphics to pop without distortion. These look so much better in person than we can portray on the web.
These Summit CRZ-Trick 106 cm 3D Full Rocker Skiboards are full symmetrical twin tips (for those who love to ride or land jumps backwards). The tip-to-tail Northern Birch/poplar wood core provides a super smooth flex allowing you to truly enjoy your ride every time coupled with the wide body construction and fast sintered bases that offer surprising speed. These will definitely bring a smile to your face all the way down the run. Ready to play?
“David is a hockey player too and he liked the updated description of the Summit 106’s. We took them out last weekend and he said they spin easier than any of his other skiboards. He really likes them. Obviously we’re keeping them now. We’re not really cruisers, more all over the mountain kinda people.” Thanks! Jodi
“We had them out on a powder day Sunday at Sugarbush VT. Super test for them. They rode awesome in the medium bumps…. Super quick turns and very responsive… wasn’t sure how they would, but in the end I was very impressed. Rode awesome for me (a seasoned skiboarder) but for a first time skiboarder they were awesome. They rode them one day and want to buy a pair – training the next generation of riders!!” Mike Juron
“More than anything else the riding experience was what converted me into a believer. I hadn’t skiid in quite some time so my first run of the day started at the bunny hill. How were these things going to work? About 30 seconds later at the bottom of the hill I immediatly knew that I was ready for more, much more. The learning process was effortless and all my skating experience meant I already knew what to do. We moved onto a few green runs and I was flying past people who were learning to Ski. By the end of the first day I found myself going down blue runs cutting off the path, going through trees and fresh powder. The turning radius allowing me to carve between trees effortlessly and have the most fun I have ever had on the side of a mountain. It only got better from there. By the end of the 4th day I wasn’t ready to stop. I felt confident enough to tackle pretty much any run that I saw. I spent 3 days snowboarding last year and by the 3rd day I felt confident enough to try and link my turns. By the end of the first day on skiboards I was trying to do 180s and get some air. I really can’t express how easy it was to learn and how much fun I was having. Granted I have years of rollerblading (some park riding) and ice skating experience but I’m confident anyone could pick it up quickly.” Graeme Roberts
Recommended for: Intermediate to advanced riders.
Great for: Adventurers!
Sold in pairs.
Base color will vary between black with green lettering or green with black lettering.
Tuning: We recommend getting your bases hot waxed before riding. You can choose our Add a Hot Wax Service and receive your skiboards waxed and ready to ride. You can also choose to do it yourself with our Quick Mini Tune Kit to maintain your skiboards in optimal condition.
Warranty: 2 years
Atomic L10 Ski Release Bindings: These can come premounted with the Atomic L10 release bindings for the perfect combination for safety, flex and step-in-and-go performance. This includes free mounting. L10 bindings feature: DIN range of 3-10. Twin pivot. Toe height adjustment. Adjustments can be done by hand and fits ski boot sizes 261-384 mm (approximately US size 4 – 14 U.S.).
Technine Custom Pro DS Snowboard Bindings: These were designed by us to work perfectly with skiboards, while allowing you the comfort of using snowboard boots on your skiboards. For 4 years running now, these have a proven track record of skiboard performance with snowboard boots. The Custom Snowboard bindings feature 3 padded rachet straps to hold you in place when carving. This allows a more stable interface between boots and bindings. The benefit of this is maximum power transfer to your skiboard edges with no lag. This has always been a problem UNTIL NOW!! Includes two Quick Leashes and Summit Snowboard Binding Riser Kit. Fits snowboard boot sizes 7-14 US.
Use your own Snowboard Bindings and Boots. All you need is to add these “without bindings” and purchase the Snowboard Bindings Adaptor Kit for maximum performance.Note: While there are currently no specific guidelines or laws preventing the use of non-release bindings on skiboards even up to 140cm, the longer length skiboards when used with non-release bindings do increase the risk of injury. Should you choose to use non-release bindings you do so at your own risk knowing full well that there is the chance.
Read more about skiboard bindings.