The Natural 111 is a true powder touring machine—featuring 31cm of tip rocker, 5mm of camber underfoot and a slightly rockered tail that allows the ski to pivot effortlessly but is still flat enough for utilitarian use. We took everything you love about the Natural 101 and beefed it up with an extra 10mm of width to give that extra sauce on powder days. By utilizing our brand-new Feather-Weight Wood Core, the Natural 101 combines Icelantic’s signature durability in an ultra-light package, allowing you to be efficient on the way up and confident on the way down.
The Backcountry Collection continues to be visually rooted in exploration and mapping techniques. The Naturals showcase legendary beings that have been spotted in each of these different environments: a yeti in the Rocky Mountains. This season, the Mystics & Naturals showcase legendary beings that have been spotted in each of these different environments. The Mystics boast a mermaid and a map of the West Indies, and the Naturals give us a glimpse of a yeti on a map of the Rocky Mountains.
My favorite deep day touring ski, lightweight for the way up and wide enough to float through deep snow on the way down. It is a great ski for Japan or mid winter touring days out in the backcountry. When things get a little bumpy, they hold their own but are better suited for skiing untracked snow. A perfect ski to add to your quiver for backcountry touring. — Owen Leeper, Icelantic Athlete
Inside Your Skis
A detailed look at the highest quality materials that make up your skis.
Where can I find a shop that sells Icelantic skis close to me?
Swing on by our dealer page here where you will find a list of all of our official dealers.
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.