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  Elan Youth Pinball Pro Junior Skis with EL 7.5 QT Bindings '14

Elan Youth Pinball Pro Junior Skis with EL 7.5 QT Bindings '14

Elan Youth Pinball Pro Junior Skis with EL 7.5 QT Bindings '14
List Price: $400.00
Our Price: $214.82
You save $185.18!
Model Year: 2014

Stock Status:In Stock
Product Code: 3481054752410


Description Technical Specs
The Elan Youth Pinball Pro Junior Skis is an excellent tool for lil' freestyle skiers. Twin-tipped, with Full Power Cap construction and Early Rise Rocker profile, these skis are lightweight, ensure easy turning, and encourage young skiers to try new tricks every day. The Synflex Core is a lightweight synthetic core featuring optimal flex distribution with varying densities along the length of the ski for supreme performance levels. An additional layer of fiberglass reinforcement optimizes the flex pattern and enhances torsional stiffness. The Quick Trick Binding System has an improved locking system that makes it possible to adjust and readjust the a boot sole length in a very fast and easy way. Your little skiers will be progressing from their first turns to "catch me if you can" before you know it!


  • 82mm Width
  • Early Rise Rocker
  • Full Power Cap Construction
  • Synflex Core
  • Fiberglass

Average Customer Review: 2 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review

Elan bindings and ski April 23, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
The skis alone are pretty good but the bindings are a different story.  If you mainly ski in the terrain park and do rails and jumps the bindings are crappy.  The brakes are probably the worst, one broke within the first 3-4 weeks and the other is not broken but just as easily comes off.  These bindings work well if all you do is ski down mountain runs.

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