Hit the mountain with the RIPSTICK TOUR 104 men's touring ski from ELAN.
This model guarantees a good feeling and an instant grip. Thanks to its 104 mm width at the base, it is perfect for powder, but also allows you to carve beautiful curves on the slopes. With the Amphibio profile, it remains maneuverable and grips well on the snow. It's responsive and has a wood laminate core with carbon tubing inserts for good energy. Fiberglass reinforcements are also added which will add extra support where it is needed most, optimize flex and increase the torsional stiffness of the ski. This model also features a carbon rod placed on the top of the ski, which will provide stability, cushioning and vibration absorption.
If you want to have a good time, the Ripstick 104 will satisfy you.
The MTN PURE from SALOMON is a light touring binding dedicated to fast ascents. Reliable and practical, it will offer you performance in both climbing and descending.
Indeed, with less than 600g per pair (without leash), it will reduce your fatigue when climbing. The easy to use wedges offer different settings to easily adapt to the slope. For the descent, the special arrangement of the screws guarantees great solidity and improves the transmission of power. To make climbing easier, it has mounting wedges with inclinations of 0, 7 and 13.
With a wide spacing (40 mm) between the mounting screws, it ensures maximum power transmission with wide skis and offers 30 mm of clearance for length adjustment, more than most other insert models.
It comes with a pair of leashes and is compatible with standard knife models.
A high-performance binding for efficient ascents and safe descents.
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Elan is a Slovenian firm specialized in the manufacture of sports articles. Elan owes its fame mainly to its skis and snowboards. In the 1970s, the Swedish skier Ingemar Stenmark won three consecutive times the World Cup of alpine skiing on Elan skis. Its headquarters is located in Begunje in Slovenia while the corporations are spread in Europe, in Slovenia for the skis, Austria for the snowboards. The group distributed its products through a network of independent distributors in 46 countries around the world. It manages itself its exports in North America, Japan, Germany and Switzerland.