Elan Ripstick 86 Ski - Women's

Elan Ripstick 86 Ski - Women's
Elan Ripstick 86 Ski - Women's
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Ripstick 86 Ski - Women's by Elan
The slimmest Ripstick in the women's fleet, Elan designed the Women's Ripstick 86 Ski for the intermediate to advanced lady ripper looking to carve hardpack, shred bumps, and navigate trees with ease. Elan's Amphibio profile combines a rockered outside edge for smooth and effortless turn initiation, with a cambered inside edge for precision and edge grip on the firmer stuff.Inside the Tubelite wood core you'll find lightweight carbon tubes running along the length of the ski providing stability at high speeds and a powerful rebound. Fiberglass reinforcements add torsional rigidity, while Vapor Tip inserts in the tip and tail further reduce weight and dampen vibrations for a smooth ride. The short turn radius makes these planks snappy and nimble, easy to maneuver through tight trees and entrances while you're scouring the resort for the goods.

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SKU: ELA000W
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