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    Freeride Sky 7 Skis

    Designed for advanced skiers looking for very versatile freeride skis

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    SKU: SX8371508 (2127200)
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    € 506.34
    Characteristics Designed for advanced skiers looking for very versatile freeride skis
    Product Benefits
    1. Buoyancy
      98 mm under the foot, a distinct front rocker = easy turns in powdery snow
    2. Versatility
      Enjoy yourself regardless of the snow conditions
    3. Ease of handling
      Tip and heel rocker provide manoeuvrability, facilitate practice in all snow
    4. Rigidity
      The ventilated and structured tip provide lightness and rigidity when turning
    5. Stability
      The basalt offers cushioning and stabilising properties
    6. Traction
      The ski camber and carbon fibre provide excellent grip
    Details
    • Sizes
      172 cm 180 cm 188 cm
    • Sidecut
      128/98/118, 17 m in 180 cm
    • Programme
      80% Off-piste
    Product feature
    1. Construction
      Paulownia wood core, the main advantage is its lightness, the wood is 30% lighter. Carbon Alloy Matrix = New high yield material fibre, both light and mechanising, it enables improved ski performance. Carbon fibre and basalt fibre alloy. The carbon provides the boost, lightness and distribution; the basalt offers cushioning and stabilising properties.
    2. Bindings:
      Rossignol NX12 Dual Konnect WTR B100 bindings
    3. Tip
      AIR TIP: patented technology; The tip is filled with air to keep its weight to a minimum and it is engineered to provide optimum rigidity to twisting. The weight of the ski is redistributed, the ends of the ski are free to make it easier to handle, safer and more versatile. The centre of gravity remains closer to the centre of the ski, to concentrate the force under the feet of skiers.
    4. Preparation:
      Waxed and sharpened skis, ready to use. Edges sharpened at 89°
    5. What is an arch?
      When placing a ski on the ground, the ski points of contact on the ground are found near the tip and heel whereas the middle of the ski (under the attachments) is slightly raised (this is the arch). The longer and higher the arch, the more high-impact and responsive the ski. The lower, the more tolerant and manageable it is.
    6. What is a rocker?
      On a rocker ski, the tip (and sometimes the heel) come off the ground well before the ski arch. This shifts the points of contact towards the centre of the ski. The ski surface in contact with the snow immediately provides manoeuvrability and ease of handling on soft snow. When taking corners, the edge length provides grip on hard snow. The longer the rocker, the more manageable the ski.
    7. What are ski sidecuts?
      The sidecuts have 3 sides, the width of the tip (front of ski), the skate (middle of ski) and the heel (back of ski). The wider the tip, the easier it is to enter turns. The slimmer the skate, the more tenacious the ski on hard snow. The wider the skate, the more comfortable and stable the ski in changing snow conditions. The wider the heel, the more involved the ski in turns. The slimmer the heel, the easier it slides.
    Product testing
    1. Product catchline
      The Sky 7 is perfect for skiers wishing to improve their Freeriding, with 98 mm under the foot, it offers excellent buoyancy on powdery snow. Also suited to skiing on groomed slopes
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