The wood core provides a stable and strong ride at higher speeds too and testers were impressed with the edge grip on harder packed snow.
It feels smooth to ski on and responds well to slalom style, short radius turns, but is also happy with longer radius carving if that’s what you’re into.
They are also good value with a really competitive price compared to similar skis in their category. They might look a little bit retro, but in terms of performance, there’s nothing old fashioned about the W Kart.
They’d suit an advanced female skier who loves to carve the pistes up and wants an easy turning but responsive ski.