Peak® 88 by Bode

The Art of the Turn

Corduroy? Chalk? Corn? The Peak 88, equipped with KeyHole Technology™ can make short work of it all. Feeling the Gs makes the days between storms fun again.

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Peak® 88 by Bode
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Peak® 88 by Bode

Peak® 88 by Bode

Peak® 88 by Bode

30% Off-Piste70% On-Piste

Regular price $1,297.00
Regular price Sale price $1,297.00
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Skiing is addictive because the terrain and snowpack are always changing. You’ve gotta adapt. That’s where the Peak 88 comes in. It’s the go-to tool for workaday groomer skiers, but catch the corn cycle or drop into a chute in the alpine and it arcs fall line turns off-trail, too. Smear-turn them at will, or absolutely rail. Once they’re under your feet, it’s up to you to decide.

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Free Returns

Don't love your skis? Exchange or return for a full refund. If you receive your new Peak skis in the summer or fall, you have until December 31st of that year to return them for another set of skis or a full refund. (That way you have time to ski on them in December.) If you buy and receive your skis after December 31st, you have 30 days to ski them and decide.

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Warranty

While unlikely, it’s possible that you will receive a pair of skis with a minor flaw. It’s also possible, while out enjoying your skis, something goes wrong with them that is unrelated to the ski conditions or environment. Should a circumstance arise where you discover a flaw after putting your skis on snow, and you are the original owner, we will happily replace them for up to three years from the date of purchase. Enjoying your skis is paramount; if enjoying your skis results in damage to the skis from any number of hazards that exist in the mountain environment, we trust that you’ll understand if we have a tough time replacing them due to conditions or circumstances outside of Peak’s realm of influence.

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Peak® 88 by Bode

Whats Under the Hood

If not for the KeyHole™—and our dedication to delivering a smooth flex in each length—the 88 might come off as burly. Two full sheets of metal sandwich a paulownia and ash core and the bottom alloy runs “over the keys” in ski engineer speak. What the hell does that mean? The ski’s edges offer more bite.

But don’t get scared off. Because the 88 is built around our concept of “accessible power,” it only skis as hard as you do.

Additional Tech

 Peak® 88 by Bode
  • Weight
    (per ski)
    1481g
  • Shovel Width 125mm
  • Waist 87mm
  • Tail Width 104mm

Customer Reviews

Based on 57 reviews
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Sir Bumpalot
great ski for advanced to expert skiers

I'm a 48 y.o. skier from Germany. In my youth i was a FIS racer. Today i love to ski any style on any surface, so i love to use one ski for the day, especially when conditions change a lot over the day. (If you want to see me skiing, search for Sir Bumpalot on TT.) Firm mornings, slushy afternoons. This ski delivers it. Carving on hard frozen groomers or on slushy soap, this ski just holds the edge, without the feeling of being locked into the turn. Changing carved turn radius, no problem. Going from carving directly into sharp, classic short turns, no problem. The edge hold is just great. Transition is smooth, no hooking up with the edge.
Skiing on fresh powder is good, unfortunately the 184 cm is in reality only 180 cm, a bit short for my taste, but ok.
In very rough offpiste terrain (like bumpy old, tracked out snow, there where noone likes to ski) the ski lacks a bit of nimbleness, compared to a fully rockered offpiste ski. In exchange you have a ski that works superb onpiste, even on slushy bumps.

The edge of the ski seems to be factory prepared from the shovel, over the small rocker till the end, i would recommend to use a rubber stone to detune these parts.

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Balazs Vajta
Basically the best allround ski I have ever used..

I am from Hungary and skiing for 30 years. Have recently used the Head i-speed for many years with lots of joy. I am on Piste skier who likes to go fast with heavy loaded turns on mostly groomers. On perfect groomers the heads are amazing, but as they are somewhat heavy more difficult to use them on not always perfect terrain. So by chance came across PeakSkis and purchased the 88. Put the Atomic Strive bindings on and guys I am just overwhelmed with joy!

used them all week in many different conditions: Pure Ice, nice groomers, little bit powder, very steep ice slopes, mogle pistes and these new skis just perform amazing. You can load them heavy on higher speeds and they stay stable. When going slower, they will be very agile and fun to use. Ice has never been more easy to ski on with these things. The nose and leading edge just bite and you have stability and when the pistes have been kinda dimolished by mid day you just navigate through with ease.

The turn radios is indeed somehwat lower than with the heads, but the difference is hardly noticably and does not change anything regarding the joy. The skis just scream that they want to be used. Best purchase ever.

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Vincent Giamartino
Phenom

Couldn’t have been happier. Demo’ed a pair via Black Tie in Telluride and they were so on point! We got 2’ of fresh over 2 days and they were amazing - pillow jumping, in the trees and on groomers. Buying ‘24/‘25 88s once they’re released.

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Rob Kent
Best carving ski on groomer I've EVER skied!

Peak 88's carve so well on groomers! Just skied Mammoth top to bottom! Skied well off the Cornice, but incredible performance on the bottom 2/3 of the mountain where I love to cruise and carve my turns! Thanks Bode and team for helping me fly!

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Jack Hunt Hunt
Blown away

I took a chance on a pair of 88’s last year on the recommendation of a former USSki team member. I was looking for something a little more stable than my 165 Rossi FIS slaloms at speed and a little more lively than my Volkyl RTMS I scored with the 88’s and am surprised every time I get on them how they let me explore the boundaries of Carving, stability at speed and versatility in the bumps. They demand a commitment and refined technique to get the best out of them but I believe I’m a better skier because of it. I just had my new 98’s mounted and hope there will be appropriate snow in the sierras this year to give them some days. Next purchase from Peak will be some 78’s and we will see how the turn radius, carving and holding on ice compare to the Rossi’s
I’m still blown away by how the dynamics on the 88’s change with speed to create stability and confidence. Thanks again to the Peak team for this great ski

Customer Reviews

Based on 57 reviews
98%
(56)
0%
(0)
2%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
S
Sir Bumpalot
great ski for advanced to expert skiers

I'm a 48 y.o. skier from Germany. In my youth i was a FIS racer. Today i love to ski any style on any surface, so i love to use one ski for the day, especially when conditions change a lot over the day. (If you want to see me skiing, search for Sir Bumpalot on TT.) Firm mornings, slushy afternoons. This ski delivers it. Carving on hard frozen groomers or on slushy soap, this ski just holds the edge, without the feeling of being locked into the turn. Changing carved turn radius, no problem. Going from carving directly into sharp, classic short turns, no problem. The edge hold is just great. Transition is smooth, no hooking up with the edge.
Skiing on fresh powder is good, unfortunately the 184 cm is in reality only 180 cm, a bit short for my taste, but ok.
In very rough offpiste terrain (like bumpy old, tracked out snow, there where noone likes to ski) the ski lacks a bit of nimbleness, compared to a fully rockered offpiste ski. In exchange you have a ski that works superb onpiste, even on slushy bumps.

The edge of the ski seems to be factory prepared from the shovel, over the small rocker till the end, i would recommend to use a rubber stone to detune these parts.

B
Balazs Vajta
Basically the best allround ski I have ever used..

I am from Hungary and skiing for 30 years. Have recently used the Head i-speed for many years with lots of joy. I am on Piste skier who likes to go fast with heavy loaded turns on mostly groomers. On perfect groomers the heads are amazing, but as they are somewhat heavy more difficult to use them on not always perfect terrain. So by chance came across PeakSkis and purchased the 88. Put the Atomic Strive bindings on and guys I am just overwhelmed with joy!

used them all week in many different conditions: Pure Ice, nice groomers, little bit powder, very steep ice slopes, mogle pistes and these new skis just perform amazing. You can load them heavy on higher speeds and they stay stable. When going slower, they will be very agile and fun to use. Ice has never been more easy to ski on with these things. The nose and leading edge just bite and you have stability and when the pistes have been kinda dimolished by mid day you just navigate through with ease.

The turn radios is indeed somehwat lower than with the heads, but the difference is hardly noticably and does not change anything regarding the joy. The skis just scream that they want to be used. Best purchase ever.

V
Vincent Giamartino
Phenom

Couldn’t have been happier. Demo’ed a pair via Black Tie in Telluride and they were so on point! We got 2’ of fresh over 2 days and they were amazing - pillow jumping, in the trees and on groomers. Buying ‘24/‘25 88s once they’re released.

R
Rob Kent
Best carving ski on groomer I've EVER skied!

Peak 88's carve so well on groomers! Just skied Mammoth top to bottom! Skied well off the Cornice, but incredible performance on the bottom 2/3 of the mountain where I love to cruise and carve my turns! Thanks Bode and team for helping me fly!

J
Jack Hunt Hunt
Blown away

I took a chance on a pair of 88’s last year on the recommendation of a former USSki team member. I was looking for something a little more stable than my 165 Rossi FIS slaloms at speed and a little more lively than my Volkyl RTMS I scored with the 88’s and am surprised every time I get on them how they let me explore the boundaries of Carving, stability at speed and versatility in the bumps. They demand a commitment and refined technique to get the best out of them but I believe I’m a better skier because of it. I just had my new 98’s mounted and hope there will be appropriate snow in the sierras this year to give them some days. Next purchase from Peak will be some 78’s and we will see how the turn radius, carving and holding on ice compare to the Rossi’s
I’m still blown away by how the dynamics on the 88’s change with speed to create stability and confidence. Thanks again to the Peak team for this great ski