Elan Ripstick 102 Ski - Women's

Elan Ripstick 102 Ski - Women's
Elan Ripstick 102 Ski - Women's
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Ripstick 102 Ski - Women's by Elan
The Ripstick 102 is Elan's widest women's ski, and if the name hadn't already tipped you off--this is a seriously ripping stick. The 102mm waist makes these planks ideal for all-mountain domination, with a knack for sniffing out powder and carving capabilities than can take on bulletproof hardpack.You'll want to check your feet when you step into these sticks because left and right matter with the Ripstick--the Amphibio profile integrates a rockered outside edge for smooth turn initiation and a cambered inside edge for precision and edge grip. The Tubelite core blends the light and playful feel that comes with a wood core, while carbon tubes add stability and a powerful rebound. Fiberglass reinforcements increase torsional rigidity and Vapor Tip inserts reduce swing weight and reduce vibrations.

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SKU: ELA000V
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