Salomon unveiled the new Stance series as directional carving skis intended to handle resort terrain with power and finesse. Designed with aggressive skiers and steep runs in mind, there are no flimsy lightweight carbon laminates or short turn radii to be found here--the Stance series is meant to tackle steep fall-line runs without hesitation. As the wider of the two options in the Stance line, the Stance 94 is equally at home on firm snow as it is boot-deep powder, thanks to its modestly sized 94mm waist. When you're ripping steep groomers or buffed out chalk, the metal twin frame laminate offers bomber dampening and stability to ensure the ski drives when it's supposed to without any tip-chatter or unexpected feedback. If you're standing in line for first chair listening to avalanche control bombs cracking, the Stance has your back from first tracks to chopped up afternoon crud thanks to rocker in the tip in tails which provides float and enhanced maneuverability in tight spaces. Titanal layering through the length of the ski ensures adequate stiffness, especially noticeable in the tail as you edge into firmer snow conditions at speed.
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