The free touring Hagan Ultra 76 behaves as well as a hard pack trail ski and you can let rip without feeling the ski’s limits. Its grip is also very good for a ski of this weight. In softer snow, it’s not too bad, although it does need more engagement to control it. You can feel that it’s not a very big rocker doing the job, but at the end of the day, the ski’s float isn’t too bad. Good riders will clearly get more from this tool’s potential, but it nonetheless remains accessible for less experienced riders. Another good point is the relatively reasonable price for a ski of this weight and with this level of performance!
needs good technical skills to really get the most from it
Ski Rando Magazine test
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