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  Salomon Men's Enduro RX 800 All Mountain Skis With Z12 Bindings '12

Salomon Men's Enduro RX 800 All Mountain Skis With Z12 Bindings '12
 



Salomon Men's Enduro RX 800 All Mountain Skis With Z12 Bindings '12
List Price: $875.00
Our Price: $419.84
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Model Year: 2012

Stock Status:Out of Stock
Product Code: 3420063842110


  

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The Salomon Men's Enduro RX 800 Skis are a performance all mountain ski combining Powerline for more control and stability, with all mountain rocker shape for more terrain versatility. For intermediate to advanced skiers who ski who prefer to spend most of their time on-piste, but are not afraid of powder or tree runs.

The RX 800 has a Full Woodcore from tip to tail with a double layer of titanium for optimum stability, precision on groomers, and powerful rebound. The All Terrain Rocker has a slight rise in the shovel with camber underfoot for on piste performance and fluid terrain absorption over bumps and crud. A Pulse Pad Elastomer Layer absorbs shocks and offers smoother snow contact. Wrapped up in a Double Monocoque Cap construction for maximum response and edge grip. The Salomon Enduro RX 800 area a great value with stepped up on piste performance for moderate chargers.

Features


  • SIDECUT: 125_78_106
  • RADIUS: 13.1 (161cm)
  • BINDING: Protrak System with Z12 Bindings
  • PERFORMANCE: 80% Groomed 20% Ungroomed
  • CORE: Full Woodcore
  • CONSTRUCTION: Double Monocoque with All Mountain POWERLINE
  • CAMBER: All Terrain Rocker
  • Double Ti Laminate 400


Average Customer Review: 3 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review

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Heavy and difficult for novice November 19, 2011
Reviewer: Toby from Houston, TX  
I am a novice skier and this is more of an advanced intermediate ski and requires additional effort to finish turns. It's a pretty heavy ski compared to others I tried (carrying and using). It was pretty smooth on groomed runs and probably prefers to go faster than I wanted to.

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