Salomon S/Max Carbon Skate Ski

Salomon S/Max Carbon Skate Ski
Salomon S/Max Carbon Skate Ski
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S/Max Carbon Skate Ski by Salomon
The S/Max Carbon Skate Ski is part of Salomon's elite-level of cross-country skis, specifically designed for racing and skating. Its D-Carbon core is Salomon's lightest option, and Thin Ply Carbon weaving improves overall stability, transmission, and kick efficiency. Salomon's 34 Universal construction includes a G5 Universal base that excels on any snow condition. This ski is finished off with an anti-scratch protective foil, and it's predrilled for Salomon's Prolink or other SNS bindings.

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SKU: SAL01S9
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