This agile and sporty slalom ski combines both performance and fun. The dimensions of this ski indicate
that it excels in short and medium turns on a groomed slope.
The reinforced construction of the wooden core at the front of the ski and two Titanal sheets ensure that the PC 71 is stable and accurate even at higher speeds and in more dynamic skiing modes.
Very quality gear for experienced riders and lovers of the carving G-force. The options above 170 cm provide an interesting ratio between the natural radius and length of the ski and riding these skis is a unique sport experience. The PC 71 is not ideal for skidded turns and is not very suitable for off-piste skiing.
How they ride:
“Definitely the most playful and entertaining ski I have ever had. Thanks to a shifted geometry, when you stand almost right at the centre of the ski, it is very easy to change edges in between turns. The skis are significantly carved so even I, who is 160 cm tall, opted for the 175-cm version and it was a great experience, because even on such a long ski I was able to make slalom turns. I felt extremely secure and confident about these skis. If you love carving, then these skis are an excellent choice.” (Radka Luštincová (1990), PC 71 170 cm)
“An excellent ski for sporty skiers. One must understand it – "in the beginning, she likes to be pushed more over the tip"! And if you do this, she will reward you with a brilliant edge grip, even on the ice. The 160-cm version is ideal for my 75 kg, but the lengths of 160 to 165 will comprise a wide range of skiers (both male and female) from approx. 65 kg up to infinity.” (Standa Plecitý (1956), CK Růžový Panter, PC 71 160 cm)
“This is a killer ski. I test lots of different stuff from a variety of companies, but I don’t know
any ski that is so carved at this length. The result is a gem! It’s a bullet train, it’s a TGV, it’s a
Shinkansen – it dashes through a curve at full speed, but it won’t derail! It holds up and it is safe
– great experience!!” (Standa Plecitý (1956), CK Růžový Panter, PC 71 185 cm)
“The ski is a part of the family silver of the brand (formerly referred to as ‘PCT’). If you are a good skier (ladies included!!!) who prefers actively and accurately made short and medium turns, with an option to change of rhythm on groomed ski runs, then this is the ski for you. Although it has their radius, it is not a sharp or finetuned slalom ski that either rushes you, with your assistance, down the slope in a single rhythm, or simply throws you down. It’s a ski with an accurate initiation of a turn, but it’s not obstinate or dictatorial. Feeling-wise, it takes account of your current state, abilities and willingness to either push oneself into every turn, or just cleanly circle along the radius (or even slightly above the radius). I regard it as the most turnable all-day ski; for this purpose, I recommend going, without fear, for the longer version.” (Honza Šafka (1966), PC 71 175 cm, PC 71 180 cm)
87° from side
0,5° from the bottom
Mounting point for optional mounting of the binding
(measured from the heel):
160 cm – 72,0 cm
165 cm – 74,5 cm
170 cm – 77,0 cm
175 cm – 79,5 cm
180 cm – 82,0 cm
185 cm – 84,5 cm