The design of these skis predetermines them for a very wide range of skiers (from total beginners to more
advanced skiers) and for various types of surfaces (i.e. these skis do not require groomed slopes only).
Compared to the PC (Performance Carving) category, riding these skis is not that demanding, whether in terms of style or physical efforts. Not only will they hold up very well during quick carve turns, but they will also allow for rides based on skidded turns.
How they ride:
“If your main preference is mainly a dynamic and aggressive ride on the edges, I would rather recommend opting for a ski in the PC category. Nevertheless, when I was testing these skis, I was very surprised what they were capable of. They can very easily handle a ride on the edges, which is very calm, relaxing, undemanding, I didn’t have to work hard at all, I would rather slide down and enjoy the landscape. If you prefer skidded turns, then these skis are surely a good choice, too.” (Radka Luštincová (1990), SC 71 162 cm)
87° from side
0,5° from the bottom
Mounting point for optional mounting of the binding
(measured from the heel):
146 cm – 61,5 cm
154 cm – 65,0 cm
162 cm – 68,5 cm
170 cm – 72,0 cm
To produce these skis is used quality structured polyamide topsheet from the largest European supplier ISOSPORT.
In these skis are used two biaxial prepreg carrier layer and the stiffener. A prepreg is a cloth that is already completely saturated by the manufacturer. The material is more expensive, but this is the way to eliminate errors in the saturation of the fabric.
We use a woodcore - unidirectional spruce plywood.
This is not the damping while driving but damping the differences in expansion of the material, it ensure that material hold together. As a damping, we use anti-vibration rubber tape with a thickness of 0.2 mm.
On these skis we use quality steel edges, about hardness 48 ° HRC.
In these skis is used a quality sintered racing base from the largest European manufacturer ISOSPORT.