Salomon X-MAX X10 Ski + XT 12 Binding

Salomon X-MAX X10 Ski + XT 12 Binding
Salomon X-MAX X10 Ski + XT 12 Binding
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X-MAX X10 Ski + XT 12 Binding by Salomon
You daydream of high speeds, tight turns, and firm snow, and the Salomon X-MAX X10 Ski + XT 12 Binding is here to fulfill your on-snow fantasies. Salomon added elements to the ski that makes it not only a hard-charger, but also an incredibly maneuverable ride. The wood core provides a stable, smooth feeling while supplying a bit of pop to the ski as it compresses and releases through each of your turns. These turns come easily, especially when you're tearing down steep, firm groomers, thanks to the 73mm waist. Sandwich-constructed ABS sidewalls offer strong hold on hard snow by transferring energy to your edges, while also keeping the ski torsionally stiff when you open up your speed . To further your hardpack bliss, Salomon utilized its Powerframe Ti in the X-Max X10, a layer in the layup that works to transmit energy to zones in the tip and tail, allowing you to finish your turns and check your speed easily. Rocker in the tip makes you feel like the ski could turn without you, and camber underfoot maintains the stable, energetic feel that you require to dominate the mountain.

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