Freeride Touring Skis Samurai 700 designed for freeriders looking for the pair of unique, all-rounder skis:\n 40% on-piste and 60% off-piste.
Perfect skis for the freerider who wants just 1 pair of skis. 100 mm, with disconnectable bindings and skins providing a perfect balance to make you stand out on-piste as well as off-piste.
99 mm wide and a large tip, the Samurai floats on powdery snow.
33% on-piste/33% off-piste/33% back country skiing: they do it all!
Easy to handle
The short radius and powder rocker make them manageable.
The wood sidewall construction offers good stability at high speeds.
By combining a short radius and good rigidity, they provide good grip
Woodcore Tec is a construction with a wooden core and vertical sidewalls. The advantage of this construction? It gives the ski great versatility and comfort, whatever the snow.
Tyrolia bindings, Adrenalin 13, Din 3 to 13. In 184 cm, adjustment from 299 mm to 362 mm. In 177 cm, adjustment from 270 mm to 330 mm.
Waxed and sharpened skis, ready to use. Edges sharpened at 89°.
What is an arch?
When placing a ski on the ground, the ski points of contact on the snow are found near the tip and heel whereas the middle of the ski (under the bindings) is slightly raised (this is the arch). The longer and higher the arch, the more high-impact and responsive the ski. The lower the arch, the more forgiving and manageable the ski.
What is a rocker?
On a rocker ski, the tip (and sometimes the heel) come off the ground well before an arched ski. This shifts the points of contact towards the center of the ski. The ski surface in contact with the snow is thus shortened: you enjoy greater maneuverability and float on soft snow. When taking corners, the edge length provides grip on hard snow. The longer the rocker, the more manageable the ski.
FREE FLOAT ROCKER
Long rocker tip to facilitate fast-planing in powdery snow and facilitate taking of turns in hard snow. The slightly raised heel facilitates ski twisting.
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.
The strongest colltex skin. 65% mohair, 35% polyamide and a specific treatment guaranteeing complete resistance to wear, excellent ascension properties, good gliding in all temperatures.
The perfect "Allround" skin.
177 cm 184 cm
139/99/125, 18m in 184cm
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