In case you weren’t paying attention, skiing in the worst possible conditions is really trending in the underground ski scene right now. Thank god the folks at Marquette Backcountry Ski have made a product specifically for skiing on not bottomless powder. At only 140 cm’s long and with plastic edges, TGR mags might balk at them, but in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula where the skis are made, skiing on shit rules the day. As evidenced by the above video and the review on Ski The East, they rip pretty well on patches of snow between much larger patches of grass, which we all know if the future of being cool on skis. So at only $189 and with plenty of tiny patches of snow and lots of mud left to shred this season, what are you waiting for?
…After all, the majority of us have to deal with skiing shit: