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Paranormal is excited to release a new ski for the 2016-2017 season called the Talisman. With an early rise tip, flat tail and 90 mm waist, the Talisman has a longer running length and edge length than the Weapon and POW and more sidecut. This provides better tracking at speed, better edge hold in firm conditions and is quicker edge to edge. As with all of our models, the Talisman can be fine tuned for individual preferences from a robust resort ripper to a lightweight touring and spring mountaineering ski. The sleek carbon fiber graphic treatment is super stealthy and looks badass but customers may also choose to build their Talisman..

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Off-Piste Magazine recently visited the shop and took the Weapon out for a little testing! Find out more at Off-Piste Magazine.

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Save your receipt and apply up to three rentals against the price of a new pair of skis.

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When I first purchased my 188 Weapons they immediately felt like a comfortable pair of shoes. Now that I have had them for a few months I think I have become a better person. I have skied couloirs, powder, hard and soft snow and enjoyed every moment. They are very easy to control in all conditions and I love the flex which provides excellent POP between turns. The Weapons look big but due to their light weight climbing is enjoyable while ski touring. I also like the graphics with the lovable wide eyed aliens staring up at me and on..

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Weapon Ski Review #2

by Marco Paquin

I spent my last 2 breaks in the Rockies. I skied from rock hard to boot deep snow at Parker Ridge and soft corn to knee deep dry snow on Mt. Field (Yoho). I also skied at both Marmot and Lake Louise resorts on variable to perfect spring conditions and the Weapons rock. I even had fun with them on some mogul runs...!  I really had a good time... Good job..! Season is not over yet...!

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Weapon Ski Review

by Marco Paquin

My first impressions while testing the Weapon were quite positive on the uphill aspect. A very light ski for its size which gave me a comfortable feeling when thinking of doing a big day ski touring in the backcountry. On the descent the Weapon had its focus on pushing weight harder forward, held an impressive edge on a variety of snow conditions and was consistent in maintaining a stable speed. There was a serious lack of deep powder in order to experience the Weapon's true performance. The testing is to be continued. The Weapon’s evolution will definitely define Paranormal's name...in..

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I have been having fun with my new digital drawing tablet and enhanced the original graphics with some shading and a mild redesign. A new painting for the Pack Of Wolves is also nearing completion and should be available soon.

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Winter is here!

by James Fisher

  Make tracks down to Paranormal Skis to check out what is new for the 2012/2013 season. New equipment, new designs and new artwork are on the horizon and the Weapon now has carbon fiber! Stay tuned, things are about to get awesome!!

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An Ode To The Brain

by James Fisher

During the off-season I have been engaged in designing new models, re-designing equipment and creating fresh artwork for graphics. To say that my brain has been getting a major workout would be a tremendous understatement. With that in mind, (pun intended) please enjoy the Symphony Of Science, "Ode To The Brain".    

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Like us on facebook!

by James Fisher

The Paranormal facebook page is now up. Like us and get updates from the summer building season including, photos, new designs, graphics and more.  

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Huge Thanks!

by James Fisher

After a great winter of testing and R&D, Paranormal Skis would like to thank everyone who contributed to a successful first season! Tenley Dahlie and the crew at Community Futures, Dave Walter at Valhalla Pure Outfitters, Hudson Bay Mountain Resort, Lucas Holtzman, Brian Hall, Bulkley Backcountry Ski Society, Julian Stoddart at Dynafit, Taylor Bachrach and the Town of Smithers, Tara Leroux at RBC, David Waag at Off-Piste Magazine, Leah Evans at Girls Do Ski, McBike, Winterland, and the Smithers ski community as a whole. Thanks for your tremendous support!

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