At Icelantic, we proudly stand by every product we make. This is why we offer the industry’s leading 3-year, no-questions-asked Bombproof Warranty on every single pair of our skis.
Pro Collab Collection
The Saba (the number seven in Swahili) + Nia (one of the seven sacred principles for collaboration) are two new freeride skis designed around the lucky number seven. Unlike other Pro Models out there, the Saba and Nia were designed as a collaborative effort with all of our athletes from around the world. They took on full creative control with the shape, flex, artwork and construction while designing the ski of their dreams. The Saba + Nia feature Icelantic’s NEW Reflective Rocker profile. Reflective Rocker is a full rocker profile that mirrors the sidecut radius, creating a ski that is both playful and surfy when skiing flat, while still allowing the skier to engage the entire edge, providing the power to charge and carve the ski when needed. Designed with a long, gradual rocker profile and a balanced flex, the Saba and Nia are stiff enough to minimize chatter, while providing the skier a solid platform to stomp landings without wheeling out.
What type of tune do your skis leave the factory with?
Every Icelantic Ski comes fresh out of the wrapper with a 1 degree edge and 1 degree base bevel. All of our skis come with a universal wax.
Where should I mount my skis?
Every Icelantic Ski features a BC mark on the ski next to the serial number. This is our recommended “Boot Center” mounting point.
Every Ski also features a CC mark. This is the “Core Center” mark and should only be used for those looking for a center mount. This mostly applies to park skis.
What binding do you recommend?
There are a lot of good bindings out there these days. We recommend a binding that has a brake width that fits over the width of your ski but no more than 10mm wider. Here’s an example: If you purchased the Nomad 105, any binding with a 110 waist width will fit seamlessly over your ski. Also, note that the DIN range on a binding is important. DIN determines releasability of the binding. More mass, more advanced ski ability, and smaller feet will lead to a higher DIN setting.