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Salomon Equipe 10 3V

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By using a progressive sidecut, the different parts of the ski are able to perform their unique function. The tip initiates. The waist holds the snow. The tail releases with ease into the next turn. This concept also allows you to change your mind and perform the turn you need at the second you need it.

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      27.01.2001 14:51
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      Nows heres a ski I like. Its short, its fat at the tail and tip, its narrow under foot and does everything you could want for onpiste skiing if you are dynamic energetic skier. Short turns are where this one excells, get low and balanced over your feet and let this ski do the turning under you. You have to be prepared for the speed at which these whip round or you will be thrown on your heels. You want to like your slalom turns to get take these, there are better all round piste cruisers out there (Salomon Pilots for instance) but they are what you need for high adrenalin carving. Of course, ski em short, I would suggest just the right height to poke you in the nose in the cable car. A general Salomon moan : get rid of the prolink thing, I have never been troubled by excessive vibrations, and they just get in the way carrying the skis.


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