To the men’s side, the Sender 94 Ti gets a notable upgrade in the form of a Titanal Beam. The ski has a lot of the same personality traits as the underrated Escaper, while adding the necessary ingredient to boost performance, edge grip, and energy. The beam does a great job at smoothing out the bumps underfoot and adding grip to the firmer snow. Damp Tech, Air Tip, and a paulownia wood core round out the build, making this ski versatile and fun-loving. At 94 mm underfoot in the 176, the ski definitely falls into the width range of a one-ski quiver, and the responsiveness blends well with the flotation, making it a great choice for intermediate to advanced-level skiers who are looking for a light and fun ski for any and all conditions and terrain. 19-meters and 1800 grams in that 176 cm length is a nice middle-ground to be in for radius and weight for a ski like this.
The true all mountain freeride ski. When fresh tracks beckon, the new Sender 94 Ti delivers a blend of lightweight agility and damp downhill performance to set you free to explore and ride inbounds and out. Its light swing weight courtesy of our iconic Air Tip technology keeps it playful while the lightweight paulownia wood core keeps your mind open to skin track and boot pack possibilities.