The Yeti is another great backcountry offering from Praxis. Essentially, take our bestselling Backcountry model, put it on a diet, and keep it stiff. The Yeti is offered in our Hybrid Carbon/Fiberglass layup, add a slight oscillation to the sidecut for better grip, and you have a lightweight ski that can aggressively slay those remote backcountry lines you’ve always dreamed about!
The Yeti comes in at 94mm underfoot and is specifically designed for longer expedition and mountaineering adventures. Incredibly lightweight for the ascent combined with Praxis’ bomber construction and a very progressive edge design for confident ascents and descents of icy slopes make this model a great option in our Touring Series. Light and fast backcountry touring on a progressive ski has truly never been easier.
The Yeti will slice through the variable conditions you’re likely to find on long expeditions as well as provide incredible grip in icy couloirs and no-fall zones. It may be the skinniest ski in our lineup but the soft-snow shape the Yeti inherited from our BC ski still loves powder.
Praxis Skis are “Handcrafted in the Sierra Nevada”. Our factory is located on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe, where the mountains are our backyard. Our skis are constructed by inspired skiers who take pride in producing the perfect ride for a variety of individual needs and styles. By designing skis that work for you, we aim to elevate the experience of skiing.
Praxis Skis was founded by Keith O’Meara and is supported by a group of dedicated skiers committed to developing new concepts for the ski industry. Since the inception of Praxis Skis and throughout the past nine years, this once-small company has built a remarkable reputation for producing progressively designed skis that also happen to be some of the most well-built and durable skis in the world. Unlike many other companies out there, our skis are manufactured 100% in house from beginning to end at our factory in North Lake, Tahoe. Our Computer Numerical Cutting (CNC) technology allows us to produce low volumes of custom skis with incredibly accurate precision. When the CNC technology is combined with our commitment to developing all of our premium ski parts in-house, we can more easily prototype and test progressive ideas before releasing the model to the world. It is not uncommon for us to be on the lift talking about a new ski design on Saturday, then skiing and testing the finished product within a couple days. This unique aspect of our manufacturing process allows us to push the conventions of ski technology and create innovative designs that often become industry standards.
We are constantly striving to challenge norms within the ski industry. Being at the forefront of the “Rocker Revolution”, the skis we develop are not your ordinary skis. Our use of progressive shapes and moldings has enabled us to develop ski that make skiing off-piste, powder, and variable conditions easy for even the intermediate skier, propelling the rider to a whole new level of skiing.