The edges here blur between pistes and powder. Because the Stormrider 95’s heart beats just as fast for both. Yours too? Then it’s just the ski for you. Stable, maneuverable, and with its integrated Polywall with perfect impact resistance, this ski ensures endless fun in the snow. What are you waiting for? No limits have been placed on you.
They do some things really, really well in Switzerland. Making cheese, for instance, and building the baddest freeride skis on the planet - the Stöckli Stormrider 95 Skis. Iconic is a word that gets tossed around a lot, but if there is an icon in the all-mountain ripper category, the Stormrider 95 is it. This is classic sandwich, full sidewall construction with a sheet of Titanal on top and designed for the skier who rips GS turns at the top of the face, hucks the bergschrund, and straightlines the rest because they know eventually it will flatten out and slow down. As timeless as a Patek Phillipe watch and just about as rare, the Stormrider 95 is a surprisingly affordable way to get yourself a little piece of Switzerland.
Tip Rocker – Better float in powder and less effort required to initiate turns
Tail Rocker – Decreases the amount of edge contact toward the tail, making the ski more playful
Paulownia and Poplar Light Core
Titec Pro Technology – Double Titanal layers with graphics directly applied to the topsheet
Full Polywall Sidewall – Great impact resistance and durability
Racing Graphite Base
Solid Metal Edge Light – Same edge thickness as the standard edge, but with thinner insertion tabs
Made in Switzerland
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.