ON3P Jeffrey 122 Ski Review

Rachel Delacour | | Gear ReviewGear Review

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Pow Skiing on the Jeffrey 122.
Popping through the trees at Akakura Kanko on the ON3P Jeffrey 122.

Pick up a pair of the ON3P Jeffery 122’s at evo.com:  2015 ON3P Jeffery 122

The ON3P Jeffrey 122 is the ultimate soft snow ski! I skied this ski everyday for the last seven weeks in Japan, and it handles bottomless snow with grace and stability. The tip and tail are playful, making the ski easy to maneuver in tight trees. The 50cm of rocker in the tip allow for effortless flotation in everything from deep blower snow to hot, heavy pow. Additionally, ON3P makes very durable, heavy-duty skis. I somehow managed to take the Jeffrey 122 over plenty of exposed rocks, resulting in very little base damage.

ON3P Jeffrey powder skiing in Japan.
Making slashy, bluebird turns at Norikura on the Jeff 122.

If you are looking for an everyday ski, the Jeffrey 122 might not be your best bet. The 122mm waist combined with the softer flex, make the ski mostly powder specific. It can definitely be skied in variable conditions, but it requires a little more work than the narrower Jeffrey 114 would in crud and chunder. As with all ON3P’s, the Jeffrey 122 runs about 3cm long in comparison to most other ski manufacturers. For example, the 181cm skis more like a 184cm ski from an alternative brand. However, that extra length translates to added stability and performance at high speeds.

Deep power in Japan!
Overhead faceshots on the Jeffrey!

The ON3P Jeffrey 122 has unbeatable float and pop in deep snow. If you are hoping to find a luxury powder ski to bring out on the deepest days, look no further!

The specifics on the ON3P Jeffrey 122.

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**Pick up a pair of the ON3P Jeffery 122’s at evo.com:  2015 ON3P Jeffery 122**

 ON3P Jeffrey 122 Ski Review
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