Peak 98 By Bode

Peak® 98 by Bode

Versatility Has a Name

On the hunt for an all-mountain quiver-killer? You're in the right place. The KeyHole Technology™-equipped Peak 98 is equally at home on boilerplate and boot-top-deep powder.

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Peak® 98 by Bode
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Peak® 98 by Bode

Peak® 98 by Bode

Peak® 98 by Bode

50% Off-Trail50% On-Trail

Regular price $869.00
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Only want to own one pair of skis? You should reconsider that. But if forced, reach for the Peak 98. It leaves trenches on hardpack and blows up powder.

If you ask us, the Peak 98 is the ski that 80 percent of skiers should be piloting 80 percent of the time. It’s that versatile. Looking at nothing but groomers today? You can cruise at family speeds or blast super-G turns. Off-trail in powder, crud, chalk, or corn, it’s nimble and floaty enough for all but the deepest of resort days. The 98 defines the all-mountain category. 

Like the sounds of the Peak 98 but looking for something lighter weight and suited for inbound hikes? Pop on over to our Peak 98 by Dav skis. The slightly softer flex and weight savings make it a top pick for the backcountry crowd and women skiers too.

Skis purchased after March 15 enjoy free returns through December 31, 2024.  Peak's Extended Demo details here.

Free Shipping

We offer free shipping on any purchases over $50 in U.S. That applies to returns too.

Elsewhere else in the world, the customer pays shipping, duties and fees, which is all easily calculated at checkout.

Free Returns

Don't love your skis? Exchange or return for a full refund. Any skis purchased after March 15th can be returned for free until December 31st of that year. If you buy and receive your skis after December 31st, you have 30 days to ski them and decide.

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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® 98 by Bode

Whats Under the Hood

The 98s were made to rip on packed snow at least 50 percent of the time, but you can still smear ‘em off trail, too—it's a shapeshifter. Here, a paulownia and ash core gets sandwiched by two sheets of metal. But to detune the ski just enough for bowls and big lines, we didn’t run the bottom alloy wall-to-wall. A vertical cut in the upper metal makes for buttery turn initiation.

Additional Tech

 Peak® 98 by Bode
  • Weight
    (per ski)
  • Shovel Width 125mm
  • Waist 98mm
  • Tail Width 113mm

Customer Reviews

Based on 132 reviews
Mike Penttila
Peak 98's are the best!!

The Peak 98 is the best ski I've skied on in some 65 years!! It is very easy to turn in all conditions and speeds I've encountered so far. It's extremely solid and predictable.

Plus the graphic colors are perfect!

Peak 98

I have not had the chance to enjoy these skis yes as they do look fabulous as I purchased them at the end of this season. I’m looking forward to this December to try them lot and then I will as to this review

Kirk Johnston Johnston
Great Ski

Its been a long time since I purchased skis. My last ski was the Rossignol B4 so the technology has changed drastically. While I love the ski I cannot comment on this ski vs. other new skies. I can say that I don't have any complaints about this ski, easy to turn, stable at speed and great in powder.

Taylor Bertin
Solid ski for all mountain and some powder

This is a versatile way to be prepared on all mountain and powder

Paul Egan

Can that exist? Like Peak says, if you’re out for a one-ski quiver this is it (my current quiver is 6 incl. the Peak 88’s; killers). The keyhole thing is the real deal. The ski is playful and responsive w/ short turns and low edge angles, yet holds like a sumbitch when you tip em over at speed for deep edge angles / long sweeping GS turns. Tips float up nicely in powder and are well behaved in bumps. Lastly, these skis have personality - they don’t feel or behave like a mass-market brand. I love em. There might be limits but I’m yet to find them.