Intention 108 - 2024
Intention 108 - 2024
Intention 108 - 2024
Intention 108 - 2024
Intention 108 - 2024

Intention 108 - 2024

Balanced & Intuitive

Regular price $899.00 Sale price $799.00

"Built for adventurous skiers who see the mountain as their playground, the new 108 features a slightly shorter turn radius and more consistent flex than its predecessor, a trusty platform to boost cliffs and arc fast turns." - Freeskier Magazine

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The multiple award-winning Intention 108 is our most stable platform for ascending from treeline to alpine, playing amongst featured terrain, arcing down the apron or adapting to terrain and snowpack inconsistencies. The ski’s mid-range sidecut enables quick turn initiation with a side of forgiveness. The consistent tip to tail flex profile delivers a high top speed, and the advanced biobased materials used throughout the ski work to absorb vibration, maintain stability, and boost any skier’s confidence when it comes time to descend the line you’ve been dreaming of.

  • Lengths: 164, 170, 176, 182, 188, 194 cm
  • Dimensions (Tip-Waist-Tail): 137-108-128 mm
  • Radius: 20 m @ 182 cm
  • Weight (per ski): 1900 g @ 182 cm
  • Flex: Progressive - The tail begins with a medium to stiff flex, transitioning to stiffer through the mid section and decreasing gradually toward the tip. This flex pattern creates a solid platform for stability in the tail and underfoot while the medium tip flex handles crud and variable conditions with ease. Overall, a flex that shines in any condition you throw at it.
  • Profile: Camber - for versatility, greater edge contact on piste and a more traditional feel | Reverse - for the ultimate in playful, off-piste float, charging and pivotability.
  • Intended Use: Big mountain, freeride touring
  • Artist: Christian Johansen
  • Designed, developed, tested and assembled in Salt Lake City, Utah

2023 WNDR INTENTION 108

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Customer Reviews

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Lefty Montgomery
Creek Crossings, Pow, Glaciers - Amazing!

Just finished the Icefall Traverse in BC Canada on the 108's. Everything from creek crossings and dirt to 50cm of blower pow on a glacier. The ski is amazing! Thanks for your company ethos and stoke. Looking forward to getting a 98 or something similar for light spring set up. Cheers!

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Matty
T2B - The Intention is a Shape-Shifting Joy

While the standard buzz words easily apply to the Intention 108—damp, playful, stable, etc.—what stood out to me most was its ability seemingly adapt to most conditions you get on a typical early spring resort day at altitude in CO: light pow, wind distributed chalk, refrozen chunk, crunchy cord, and the occasional steel pipe and sculpted transition. In the reverse camber 188cm length, I’ve primarily skied these boards at the resort, despite originally purchasing them for my general touring pow-sticks. This switch partly came from simply missing the deeper days in the bc, but mostly from discovering just how fun and predictable they are in-bounds. On the techy side of things, I genuinely feel that this Algal core/sidewall combo allows this reverse camper ski to handle the chatter better than most other rev-camber skis I’ve used. If you’re considering if and where you want to take this ski, don’t sleep on these being dedicated resort skis or elusive 1-ski unicorn quiver.

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Kyle S
Unbelievable in Trees

I happened to be at Hoodoo the day WNDR and mountain supply brought their demo skis out, and got to try the camber and reverse camber versions of the intention 108. I was only able to hob on the pin binding versions of these skis, but had a blast in the soft and heavy snow that day. The camber version I tried was a little too long, and the reverse a little too short, but both were clearly capable skis that I would have enjoyed even more in the correct sizes. The reverse camber was unbelievable in the trees, and a longer size would lend more stability that I lacked on the groomers.

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Will Howard
A refreshing improvement

Well, sometimes you think things can’t get better… but then they do. I think John Hartford wrote a song to that extent, “just when you think it can’t get no better, then it does.”

I think we could summarize the 108 in such prose. The leaner waist is noticeably more responsive than its predecessor, which is an admirable improvement on what was already an incredibly snappy ski. The altered dimensions of length (I went from a 185 to the 182) make this an incredibly agile tool in the backcountry, capable of snappy hop turns or big arcing GS turns. I have skied it the full variety of “alpine variable” snow we get presented with in the Tetons in the spring: shaded pow, hot pow, corn, downright chunder, and what could qualify as ice anywhere except the East Coast. The ski does it all, and you will too with a big ‘ol smile.

I chose the cambered version for my backcountry tool, whereas I ski the reverse camber in the resort. I really like the precise response and sensitivity of the camber in this updated design. It’s nimble, wants to go fast, and doesn’t miss a hint of your input as you formulate your flow downhill.

I’m incredibly impressed at the unceasing quest for improvement that WNDR embodies, as they took an already great ski, and made it better just because they could. That’s the passion behind the brand, and the “intention” (sorry for the bad pun) of the tool. I recommend this ski in both profiles to anyone who will listen to me yap their ears off about it.

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JG
Bozeman Approved

I demoed the Intention 108 reverse, 194 cm in Bozeman. I already held a lofty opinion of the Intention in the cambered variety at 188 cm. which I've used for probably 40 days/half days. I like the 194 reverse even more. I have some cambered Reason's in the 191cm length that I'm looking forward to, but might try to trade those for the reverse Intentions as they are so good in every way. Thanks for the great afternoon, hope to see you again when we have more snow. JG