|Type of binding||Hybride|
|Settings||30mm, with tools|
|DIN VALUE||5--->13 (skier from 50 to 130kg)|
|Discover the Collection||SALOMON S/LAB|
|Discover the Shop||Touring skis novelties|
The RIPSTICK TOUR 88 W from Elan is a women's touring ski that promises to offer great performance both up and down the mountain.
This innovative model has a construction that combines high performance and low weight thanks to the Carbon Bridge technology that offers a revolutionary solution where a carbon rod is placed on top of the ski to ensure high speed stability andvibration absorption through the tip in variable snow conditions, while minimizing weight. In addition, the light wood core amplifies the liveliness of this ski, as do the carbon and fiberglass reinforcements. With the Amphibio profile, it remains maneuverable and grips well on snow.
On the way down, this model has a hardened freeride character, while on the way up it is discreet and allows women skiers to swallow positive slopes.
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The new S/LAB SHIFT MNC 13 binding ushers in the next generation of freeride capability, blending the touring efficiency of a pin (low-tech) binding, with the performance of an alpine freeride binding. For skiers who like to push the boundaries of the mountain and their skiing, SHIFT to the first ever truly compromise-free binding.
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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.