ramblin' jack 115

Dimensions: 137-115-124
Turn Radius: 27 meters @ 190CM

The Ramblin' Jack 115 was designed as a floaty backcountry tool. As the beefier sibling to the Ramblin' Jack 108, this ski can handle deep snow with ease. Breaking trail after a fresh coat of snow is now an effortless dream thanks to a sizable tip splay and waist dimension. With a mostly-flat, square tail, you won't be dealing with loose skin clips as you make your way to the top of that deep line you've been dreaming of.  In the Cascades deep snow is an integral part of why we've chosen to settle in this beautiful part of the world and now, the Ramblin' Jack 115, will let you easily access demanding terrain without sacrificing any fun on the descent.


SPECIFICATIONS:

  • TAPERED TIP/TAIL SHAPE DESIGN
  • MOSTLY-FLAT TAIL, CAMBER, EARLY SPLAY PROFILE
  • FULL-HARDWOOD, VERTICALLY-LAMINATED CORE
  • THREE-LAYER VDS RUBBER DAMPING LAYUP
  • TRADITIONAL SANDWICH SKI CONSTRUCTION
  • ART BY TOBY PUTNAM
  • NO GIMMICKS 

Construction

A) 4001 resin-grade, sintered, Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE)

B) full-wrapped, hardened-steel edges

C) industry-leading VDS rubber foil

D) 22oz triaxial fiberglass

E) extruded UHMW full-height sidewall, beveled to 22.5deg

F) poplar*

G) hard maple

H) ash*

I) fleece-backed, chip- resistant nylon topsheet

*replaced with  paulownia for backcountry layup