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Skis for free terrain ALL MOUNTAIN - VERTIGO

Freeride skisSkis for free terrain ALL MOUNTAIN - VERTIGO

from 543,6 EUR
Including VAT. The price depends on the selected binding and the length of the ski.
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Pleasantly cut ski, with the widest point of the tip shifted towards the center, a 35 cm long free rocker, camber up to a slightly raised heel and an overall softer construction. Add to that a great weight and you have an excellent ski both for free skitouring and for riding on broken slopes.

The tip of the ski is designed to float well above the snow, and thanks to the 10 cm width under the binding, it is ideal for lighter freeriding or for going down steep grooves, where you have ideal stability thanks to these parameters. Camber up to the heel ensures accuracy in short curves on steep slopes, it is most suitable for medium curves in the terrain or on the slopes.

Recommended length for skitouring and freeride - up to plus 10 cm for body height.

Driving sensation:
"The ideal choice, especially thanks to the combination of ultra-low weight and the width of the ski, when I want to step somewhere and then go down on free terrain. The ski is non-twin tip and has a better grip thanks to the straight heel."

87° from the side
0.5° from the bottom

168 cm +/- 1355 g
178 cm +/- 1530 g
188 cm +/- 1620 g

If, when buying skis, you want to adjust the binding to the size of your boot 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):
168 cm - 74.0 cm
178 cm - 79.0 cm
188 cm - 84.0 cm

Mounting pointBy length
Tip height54 mm
Tip length380 mm
Base length170 mm
Base height9 mm
Riser4 mm
Base width117 mm
Centre width100 mm
Tip width128 mm
Ski length178 cm
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