A friendly, relaxing, sporty ski for all-day skiing. Compared to the SC 74, the SC 77 is wider and therefore
it is more capable of handling poorer downhill conditions. Also ideal for chopped powder in the afternoons.
In terms of design, the SC 77 is similar to the PC 77, but it doesn’t contain any Titanal. Removing the Titanal sheets has resulted in a ski of the same dimensions and proportions, with a very similar hardness, but with a more pleasant behaviour, making it fit for a very wide range of skiers.
While the SC 77 does not require so much physical effort, it’s still very accurate, stable and obedient. This versatile ski can handle any speed, whether the ride is based on skidded or carved turns and whether one rides on a groomed slope or through soft terrain after a night’s snowfall – simply a great all-around ski.
A high-quality, balanced and versatile ski for ladies which is mainly suitable for short turns at low
to medium speeds.
Thanks to an all-wood core from the light Paulownia wood and a classic sandwich construction, the ski is lighter and more willing to bend during the turn and so it can satisfy even lighter female skiers and, at the same time, it keeps sufficient stability for rides on a hard surface. The LL 76 is an ideal choice for a wide range of women skiers from beginners to advanced recreational riders.
It likes carved turns, but it will also do a good job for those who prefer skidding. Thanks to its width, the ski is design for skiing both on groomers and in chopped up snow and to a slight degree it can even handle off-piste terrain. A sportier alternative of this women’s ski is the LP 76.
Short skis designed mainly for fun and trick rides, but also for carved turns.
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.