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.
A very turnable slalom ski for fast short turns. Extremely playful and agile, ideal for riding on the
edge at low and medium speeds.
Thanks to its short radius, a wider and softer tip and a quality cap construction (which is more resilient against chopping off than the sandwich construction) with an all-wood core and triaxial laminated load-bearing layers, this ski allows for a fun and dynamic carving ride even when the ski is bent less energetically by the rider. The FC is suitable for a wide range of skiers, from recreational to sporty ones, and its manoeuvrability will be also appreciated by women and juniors who prefer carving.
In the lengths under 150 cm with a very short radius (less than 9 m), the FC is also fit for carving practice drills and for funcarving. The ski is not ideal for skidded turns and for long turns at a high speed and it’s not suitable for off-piste skiing. A more sporty alternative to this ski is the RFC – a version that contains Titanal.
How they ride:
“While these skis may be predetermined for taking delight in extreme carving, they can be actually easily handled by all categories of skiers – from pros or skidding skiers to those who have just made their first carved turn. The difference between the RFC ski and the FC ski, which are both of the same shape (except that the FC doesn’t contain any Titanal and therefore it’s lighter), lies in the fact that while for the RFC it’s enough to move one’s ear and the ski will start turning, for the FC it’s enough to think of it and the ski will do the same. In my view, both skis are ideal for carving lessons.” (Standa Plecitý (1956), CK Růžový Panter, RFC 155 cm, FC 155 cm)
“Radius 4.5m: this ski is for everyone who wants to throw themselves into carved turns…., it is especially suitable for those who want to start with carved turns, but they (are afraid of, don’t feel like going for, are scared of, are worried about)…a fast ride. Just as the JC 70 opens the carving world to the smallest ones, the FC 110 opens up this world to everyone else.” (Zbyněk Kovářů, JIHLAVSKÁ SPORTOVNÍ s.r.o., FC 110 cm)
A carving ski for kids. The skis are designed for a wide range of little skiers – from beginners to advanced skiers. The ski is fit for edged turns, but it can also handle skidding.
A very versatile freeride ski with a length of 110 mm under the boot and a rocker in the tip, it is designed both for powder and on ski slopes. However, you will enjoy this ski the most in big mountains where there is a mix of powder snow, which is in some spots blown out to the ice level, and icy crusts, but they will also easily handle the firn snow in spring.
The LUSTi Tour Race are not classic touring skis, but they are mainly ultralight downhill skis which will help you be the first person to reach the summit, while bringing you a perfect riding experience, whether you are skiing down a groomed slope or descending a steep glen. The LUSTi Tour Race are skis that will turn you into a star, whether you want to triumph in ski touring races or scale the peaks from the Krkonoše mountains, through the Alps to the Himalayas.
Thanks to its design and parameters, this very versatile ski is suitable for almost all types of snow
(in our opinion, except for icy black runs, where the ride was a bit unpleasant due to the ski’s large
width). The hardness of the wooden core is the same as for the skis of the CWR 84 category, but in terms
of composition the CWR+ 91 differs in that it contains only one Titanal sheet. In addition, this ski has
a big rocker (reverse camber) in the tip, which makes it easier to initiate a turn, to enter uneven terrain
sections when skiing on a slope or to move into powder snow in off-piste terrain.
How they ride:
“I have tested this ski on the ski slope, on all possible types of surfaces and it is really incredible what this ski is capable of. While it is true that on a hard and frozen slope the ride was obviously nothing to write home about, once the on-piste snow had slightly melted or once I had entered a section with natural snow, the ride would become totally perfect. Even with these lengths and with a width under the boot of 91 mm, the ski is very playful, dynamic and agile. Once the slope had been completely chopped up and big bumps had emerged, I finally appreciated the ski’s width and the big rocker in the tip. The skis were like an unstoppable train, I didn’t feel absolutely any unevenness on the ski slope and it felt like I was riding a perfectly groomed piste.” (Radka Luštincová (1990), CWR+91 173 cm)
A typical downhill crossover with a width of 74 mm under the boot. Although this ski is not too wide, it can successfully cope even with mushy snow and will make the user happy especially at medium and higher speeds.
A fine-tuned slalom race ski for experienced skiers and selected racing disciplines. It excels at aggressive,
short and quickly following turns, mainly on groomed slopes.
Top quality materials and sandwich construction with two Titanal sheets guarantee excellent longitudinal and torsional flex for a dynamic and uncompromisingly stable ride even on a frozen surface. This ski can reward the rider for active steering with great edge grip and perfectly made turns, which makes it an ideal choice for excellent skiers, experts and amateur racers.
The RC SL is not very suitable for off-piste skiing. A more powerful alternative to this ski is the FR SL, a special race ski for professionals.
How they ride:
“I enjoyed this ski most in the morning, when I was the first person on the ski slope, which was still hard and groomed. The ski holds up great, wherever I look it will go, it’s amazingly playful. Compared to the FR SL, I didn’t have to work so hard on these skis and I actually had some fun, even though the snow on the slope had slightly melted.” (Radka Luštincová (1990), RC SL 155 cm)
“A fabulous sporty slalom ski! It beautifully handles both short and medium turns. It absolutely loves riding on the edge and it won’t prepare any unpleasant surprise to its "master". Even at high speeds, the ski is very stable and if it is correctly sharpened, it will handle skidded turns without any problem.
Thanks to the expansion of the ski from the original 65 to 68 mm, it no longer excels on a hard piste only, but it can also make full use of its positive characteristics on a soft surface. It is beautifully manoeuvrable and if it is pushed hard, it will also show you its aggressive side. I would recommend this slalom ski to more aggressive-minded (ambitious) skiers who, among other, like to have a fight with the ski slope.” (Petr Konečný, SNOW FOR FUN, RC SL 165 cm)
“I love this ski (it doesn’t matter if it is 5 cm shorter or longer) – it holds up beautifully on the edge, it is accurate in turns, it’s very fast on edge change and, on top of that (as opposed to a FIS slalom ski), I can do this without any problem all day long. And the next day again, etc. It’s an ideal ski – it won’t wear you down and it won’t stop being entertaining.” (Standa Plecitý (1956), CK Růžový Panter, RC SL 160 cm)
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The LP 76 are women’s downhill skis which, thanks to a width of 76 mm under the boot, will ride you through
almost any terrain with stability and without hesitation. You will have fun on a hard groomed piste in
the morning as well as on a softer and chopped up snow in the afternoon. The skis are more suitable for
short and medium turns and they will please a wide range of women skiers, even though they are mainly
targeted at the sportier ones.
Just like all the skis of the LP category, this high-performance, sporty, women’s ski has only one Titanal sheet and is therefore more easily manoeuvrable, yet sufficiently solid and reliable even at medium speeds. The LP 76 are simply obedient, easy to manoeuvre and even minimum effort will turn your ride into a perfect skiing experience.
How they ride:
“The LP 76 are one of my most favourite skis. Maybe also because I spent most of the winter in the Czech mountains, where the ski slope is usually slushy as early as around 10 o’clock. Even on a relatively chopped ski slope I can make each turn as I want and as I like, because thanks to a waste width of 76 mm I don’t brush with my boot against uneven spots on the ski slope. However, I also like to take these skis to an icy slope in the morning, because with a ski so wide I have a feeling of great stability and certainty. I like to push the skis to the limit and they will always perfectly support me.” (Radka Luštincová (1990), LP 76 162 cm)
A friendly, relaxing sporty ski for all-day skiing.
The EXO label refers to two ski types based on the same construction.
Short skis designed mainly for fun and trick rides, but also for carved turns.