Salomon Equipe 8 Vitane Skate Ski - Women's

Salomon Equipe 8 Vitane Skate Ski - Women's
$224.95
Equipe 8 Vitane Skate Ski - Women's by Salomon
Price subject to change | SKU: SAL00SQ

Salomon Equipe 8 Vitane Skate Ski - Women's

If you've decided this is your year to step onto smooth skate skiing corduroy after a few introductory years on the classic track, you're going to need a new set of planks. Whether you're hoping to train for your first local race, or you're just looking to change up your Nordic workouts and broaden your proficiency in the sport, the Salomon Women's Equipe 8 Vitane Skate Ski makes a well-rounded edition to your winter gear closet. This versatile all-rounder comes built with ski dimensions specifically tuned to women's weight and center of gravity, making sure you don't have to compromise to get the right aggressive feel. Salomon presses in a Powered Camber profile to keep the midsection of the Equipe 8 Vitane slightly raised for better kick and glide. It'll match your energy moving forward, with a carbon laminate keeping the midsection torsionally rigid to maximize power transfer. A Densolite 3000 composite core prevents the ski from feeling dull or heavy, lending it an energetic feel even when your energy begins to wane, and Salomon's Digital Dynamic Flex Control ensures each pair of Equipe 8 Vitanes produced delivers the same consistent flex. As a stable training ski and occasional race companion, the Equipe 8 comes with a Race Universal grinding on its G4 Zeolit bases, which aims to keep it gliding whether you're in stormy, dry, or bone-chillingly cold conditions.

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