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Kaizen 100

Regular price $1,434.99
Regular price $1,795.96Sale price $1,434.99 Save $360.97
Size: 171 cm

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Pickup available at Squamish - Escape Route

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Escape Route offers free in-store pick up and ships within Canada. Orders qualify for free shipping when over $199. $16 flat rate for orders under $199 in BC, $20 to other provinces.

For a more detailed information on shipping, please go to our Shipping Policy page or learn about Returns and Warranty.


The shaping of the Kaizen 100 creates a unique, do-it-all ski within the market. Like the Kaizen 112, this ski features substantial rocker, as well as a 15m turn radius to maximize maneuverability around the mountain, allowing for nimble turns and a strong sense of control.

With a big rockered tip, the Kaizen 100 has class-leading float making it a great powder tool, but it can also happily arc turns on perfect early morning corduroy, or wiggle down a mogul field. Whether surfing a surprise storm or mach-ing through spring corn, the Kaizen 100 allows you to master it all.

Our Kaizen skis represent innovation and evolution with our new split core and updated carbon fiber laminate. These elements combine to make our skis more stable and energetic than ever. 

The process was achieved in small steps. The core builds on the horizontal lamination concepts explored in our Pagoda skis, and layers the dense vibration absorbing ash in a new way and in a different location, using a new glue which has its own damping properties. The carbon fiber was developed using methods from our Pagoda Tour line and is designed to optimize energy. With our damper core of ash and poplar, it’s a harmonious interaction that creates better skis now, and opens up exciting ideas for the future. 

Terrain: All Mountain | Big Mountain | Powder | Alpine Touring

Ability: Beginner | Intermediate | Advanced | Expert

Turn: Short | Medium | Long

Weight: 184cm = 1880g

Escape Route Says
Usage Moguls, tight trees, powder, chutes, hardpack, spring skiing


  • Choose a ski as close to head height as possible - or slightly taller
  • Don't go smaller than head height (too much rocker)
  • Size up if you want to land drops/want maximum float and are a strong skier.
Bottom line
  • Perfect everyday ski
  • Not the best choice for deep powder (See Kaizen 112)
  • Mount a shift binding to make it a resort/touring option or a pin binding if you want a strong downhill-focused touring ski.


189cm 134/100/119 2000g 15m
184cm 133/100/118 1880g 15m
179cm 132/100/117 1805g 15m
171cm 131/100/116 1760g 15m
163cm 130/100/115 1605g 15m

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