Quattro RS Ski with Marker Race Xcell 14 Ski Binding by Blizzard
Blizzard and Marker teamed up to make the Quattro RS Ski and Race Xcell 14 Ski Binding damn near perfect for groomers. Like those hazardous dukes in their politically-incorrect car, this ski and binding make a magnificent mash-up for speed-driven descents down fresh corduroy. Riding this full-camber ski, you can expect the utmost stability, precision, agility, and control while ripping down the resort's groomed goodness. Full camber makes the Quattro RS the most powerful ski in Blizzard's Quattro lineup, giving you superior edge-hold at high speed in hard and icy snow conditions. A TI+ carbon construction gives this ski a surprising amount of stability for how light it feels, and the sandwich sidewall slices into snow at such an angle that you'll still feel in control even when your inside hip is insanely low to the ground. Unique to Blizzard, the IQ system's binding interface ensures a natural flex throughout the ski for better energy transmission, and the RS has an extended arm to dampen overall vibration when you're really cruising. Like the Quattro RS is to Blizzard, the Race Xcell is the most speed-oriented ski binding Marker has made in years. Both the Race Xcell toe and Tincam X heel focus on increased power transmission, and Xcell Piston technology keeps your boot centered during quick jolts in between turns. The Xcell also boasts increased vertical energy absoption at each impact, elasticized travel to enhance the ski's natural flex, and wider contact points for an easier step-in.
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