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CROSS WIDE ROCKER 87 universal skis
CROSS WIDE ROCKER 87 universal skis
CROSS WIDE ROCKER 87 universal skis

Universal skisCROSS WIDE ROCKER 87 universal skis

from 543,6 EUR
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Thanks to its construction and parameters, this universal ski is suitable for all types of snow. The composition and hardness of the wooden core is the same as for skis of the CWR 84 category, but with only one sheet of titanal, the second sheet is replaced by a triaxial laminate. In addition, this ski has a small rocker (reverse deflection) in the tip, which makes it easier to enter the arc.

Driving sensation:
"During the ride, the ski seemed rather calmer to me, it's definitely not a predator. These skis are very comfortable to ride and thanks to the 87 mm width under the binding, nothing surprised me on the slopes. I also drove the broken slope very stably, without hesitation. (Radka Luštincová (1990), CWR 87 172 cm) "

Grinding:
87° from the side
0.5° from the bottom

Interesting fact: Did you know that the titanium in the ski cannot come into contact with salt? You can find more information in our article.

Notice:
If, when buying skis, you want to adjust the binding to the boot size or adjust the release force to your weight, the binding will always be adjusted only as a guide and it is always necessary to check the binding adjustment at the nearest ski service, where you will also receive a confirmation of the adjustment.

 

Mounting point (measured from heel):
166 cm - 69.0 cm
172 cm - 71.5 cm
178 cm - 74.0 cm
184 cm - 77.0 cm

Mounting pointBy length
Tip height52 mm
Tip length285 mm
Base length227 mm
Base height10 mm
Riser1 mm
Base width114 mm
Centre width87 mm
Tip width132 mm
Radius---
Ski length172 cm
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