Rocker: Early Rise Rocker (ERR) Tip, Slight Camber Underfoot, Slight Early Rise Quarter-Twin Tail Core: Select Cut Northern Michigan Ash + Beech hardwood. Sidewall: 9.5 mm IR ABS Base: 1.4 mm Die Cut 4001 Durasurf Edge: 2.2 mm Rockwell 48 Hardness Topsheet: Backprinted Clear Nylon
If you could only use two words to describe the Bootjack, they would have to be stable and fast. The Bootjack continues to be Shaggy’s go-to ski for ripping big lines and crushing every-thing. Just the right amount of tip-to-tail taper allows the ski to slarve in the soft stuff and lay-over on hard snow with the stability of a GS ski.
The side profile has changed to a low rise tip with very gradual and smooth early rise rocker (ERR), a small amount of camber underfoot, and a slight amount of ERR in the tail. This 187 can float in powder and charge the sun cups. All mountain charger, time to put on your big boy pants.