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CROSS WIDE ROCKER +91 universal skis

Universal skisCROSS WIDE ROCKER +91 universal skis

563,6 EUR
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CROSS WIDE ROCKER +91 universal skis
Arch
ShortLong
Terrain
IcePowder
Level
RelaxRace

Thanks to its construction and parameters, this very versatile ski is suitable for almost all types of snow (in our opinion, outside the icy black piste, where the ride was a bit uncomfortable due to the large width of the ski). The hardness of the wooden core is the same as that of skis of the CWR 84 category, but it differs in composition by using only one sheet of titanal. In addition, this ski has a large rocker (reverse sag) in the tip, which makes it easier to enter the arc, to hit bumps while riding on the slopes, and on powder in open terrain.

Driving sensation:
" I tested this ski on the slopes, on all kinds of surfaces, and it's really incredible what this ski can do. It is true that on a hard frozen slope, the ride was logically of no use, but it was enough for the slope to give way slightly or to drive on natural snow and the ride was absolutely perfect. Even with these lengths and a width under the boot of 91 mm, the ski is very playful, dynamic and agile. When the slope completely broke and big bumps were formed, I only appreciated the width and the big rocker in the toe. The skis went like a tank, I felt absolutely no unevenness on the slope and it felt like I was riding on a perfectly groomed slope." (Radka Luštincová (1990), CWR+91 173cm)

"Completely new skis in the collection, but certainly not just to be "new skis in the collection". However, throw away the conventions right at the beginning and remember: "Don't be afraid of the width, don't look at the length and rocker! The ski is made for experienced skiers, whose best skiing experience comes from a precisely and dynamically driven central arc, which can be shortened, lengthened, accelerated, snatched... They are incredibly playful, perhaps also because they are not excessively stiff ( apart from the honest wooden core, you will find only one metal sheet). At the same time, they do not lack calmness even at higher speeds, and thanks to their width and solution to the shape of the tips, they are also ambitious in deeper snow and on rutted slopes. However, it is simply impossible to compare them honestly with freeride pancakes (and their usual helplessness on a modified track). It reminded me of the excitement when the PCT (now PC71) emerged from the flood of tuned slaloms of all brands, and between short and medium bends on a tight track there was and is no better. These skis, however, point the way a little further. Try it, you'll see! (Honza Šafka (1966), CWR+91 173 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 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, for possible self-assembly of bindings
(measured from the heel):
173 cm - 70.0 cm
179 cm - 73.0 cm
185 cm - 76.0 cm

Mounting point70 cm
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Riser---
Base width116 mm
Centre width91 mm
Tip width132 mm
Radius16,7 m
Ski length173 cm
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