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Hart Only One (2013)

3.11
Hart Only One (2013)
Official Selection 2013
Tester's Review

Review not available. Check back soon. NOTES: Fifty-six year-old brand Hart, despite having been out of production for a while and having gotten off to a sputtering restart, seems now to be rolling smoothly into the future. The big-mountain models we tested (Outback, Griffin, and Wizard) all impressed testers with their edge grip, flotation and handling abilities. The Hart Only One is designed, according to Hart, to be "as close to a one-ski quiver as you will find!" Please note that the exclamation point is Hart's, not ours. It's the women's version of the One, which is a competition freeride ski used by Hart athlete Emiko Torito to place second at the 2011 Freesking World Championships in Crested Butte. Inside, it consists of a poplar core wrapped in triaxially braided fiberglass. It also features rubber inserts to help damp vibrations.

Product Specifications | How We Test
Year2012/2013
LevelExpert, Hi-Expert
GenderMale
AwardsOfficial Selection
Bindingflat
Lengths166, 176, 182
Waist/Width96
Tip/Waist/Tail132-96-122
Rating: Stability at Speed3.29 / 5
Rating: Maneuverability3.61 / 5
Rating: Hard Snow Grip2.87 / 5
Rating: Crud Performance2.53 / 5
Rating: Forgiveness3.19 / 5
Rating: Energy/Liveliness3.43 / 5
Rating: Flotation2.63 / 5
Rating: Versatility3.15 / 5
Rating: Overall3.11 / 5
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