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Volkl Estrella

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Brand: Volkl / Equipment Type: Skis / Sport: Skiing

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    The Volkl Estrella is / lightweight and lively women's specific piste ski with / 73mm width waist that is ideal for level 4 skiers. It features / dual wood core with / Power Grip construction that ensures / solid edge hold at all times and smoother turns, while Volkl's Bio-Logic stance puts you in / more balanced position by raising the toe of the binding and reducing fatigue.Women's ability level / 4-8Spec For 165cm: Radius: 16.4m / Nose Width: 124mm / Waist Width: 73mm / Tail Width: 94mmFeatures: Power Grip, 3Motion system, Full camber, Bio-Logic stance/flex/geometry, Dual wood core light.Glossary: / Power Grip: A unique 3-Dimensional design that works in conjunction w/3 Motion to improve power delivery to the edge. The segmented 3Motion interface allows the ski to be shaped with more material supporting the edge, for better edge grip and smoother turns / 3Motion: A segmented binding interface delivers better performance through / more uniform ski flex under the foot / Full Camber: Provides maximum control, precision and ride quietness in both gliding and slight edging situations / Wood Core light: A lightweight central strip of wood surrounded by PU provides stable, lively skis to improving novice and intermediate skiers / Bio-Logic stance: The toe of the binding is raised for / more neutral stance, resulting in better balance between the muscles in the front and rear of the legs. This stance reduces loading on the quadriceps, which undergo most of the strain in the turn. More