Montero AR 2024 170cm

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Conquer the entire mountain with the Stockli Montero AR, a ski that excels on both groomed slopes and backcountry terrain. Combining the chatter-free smoothness of the Laser GS with the playful and versatile feel of the Montero AX, this athletic all-mountain ski is ready for any challenge. Featuring a waist of 84mm, it performs impressively in fluffy powder, allowing you to turn the mountain into your personal playground. Embrace the versatility and performance of the Stockli Montero AR – come what may.


Sidecut: 128 - 84 - 114
Turn Radius: 15.2m
Weight: 3810g
Side Bevel:
Base Bevel: 1.5°


Rocker: The gradual bending up of the ski at its tip and tail is called the rocker. Stöckli modifies the rocker according to the type of ski. Typically, the longer and more pronounced the rocker, the more lift is generated and the more responsive and easy-turning the ski becomes. This enables this ski to float better in powder, turn easier on-piste, edge easier, and require less effort.

Light Core & Super Light Core: Particularly light European wood species are deployed in the all-mountain, freeride/off piste and touring segments. This makes the core a little softer, more responsive, and very durable.

Full Edge Contact: The widest points of the ski are set further forward or back. This makes the shovel grip faster due to the longer contact area and turn initation easier.

Adaptive Contact Length: The widest point on the shovel is set further forward. Together with a slight rocker (more gradual up-bend of the shovel), the more the ski is tilted, the further forward the contact point of the edge with the snow moves. This preserves its nimble characteristics without sacrificing stability and grip during the turn.

Tail Rocker: A longer rocker at the tail with flatter radius. This enables the ski to be more playful while maintaining optimal grip when edging.

Flex Torsion Control: An S-shaped notch in the aluminum at the shovel and tail of the ski offers softer flex and torsion at the front and rear. As a result, the ski exhibits more torsional flex, making it easier to initiate turns. At the same time, when changing direction, the ski remains under control because the torsion can adapt.