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Performance skis PERFORMANCE CARVING 74
Performance skis PERFORMANCE CARVING 74
Performance skis PERFORMANCE CARVING 74

Performance skisPerformance skis PERFORMANCE CARVING 74

519,6 EUR
Including VAT. The price depends on the selected binding and the length of the ski.
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Performance skis PERFORMANCE CARVING 74

A typical downhill crossover with a width under the boot of 74 mm. The skis are not among the widest, but they are able to cope well even with soft snow and satisfy their users especially at medium and higher speeds.

This docile, agile performance ski enables easy entry into the arch and subsequent calm passage through the arch on the edge. The PC 74 is simply a sports ski suitable for all-day use, for driving at medium speeds and medium curves on the edge.

Driving sensation:
"The ski is very solid, I felt incredibly stable on it, and thanks to the longer radius, I enjoyed the curves across the entire slope. Everywhere I looked, there was a ski. Thanks to two sheets of titanal, the ski is very dynamic and certainly not lazy even with a longer radius." (Radka Luštincová (1990), PC 74 171 cm)

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.

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):
164 cm - 69.0 cm
171 cm - 72.0 cm
178 cm - 75.5 cm
185 cm - 78.5 cm

Mounting point72 cm
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Tip length---
Base length---
Base height---
Base width105 mm
Centre width74 mm
Tip width122 mm
Radius15,8 m
Ski length171 cm
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