Kid 300 Junior Downhill Skis - Blue

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Key feature
The Kid 300 is a super light ski that's ideal for starting out and progressing with confidence and enjoyment. The asymmetrical decoration allows a recreational approach to snowploughs.

User benefits

Ease of handling
Enter bends easily with the short radius (4 m) & small piste rocker.
To make learning to ski easier. Broad waist provides high stability.
Its 3D structure on the edges encourages powerful traction.

Technical information

77 cm, 87 cm
103/65/89, 4 m in 87 cm
90% Slope
Board : 45.0% Polyurethane (PU), Board : 20.0% Polyamide (PA), Board : 20.0% Glass - Fibre (FG), Board : 10.0% Steel, Board : 5.0% Polyethylene (PE)
Approved by
A word from the product manager. This ski is great for helping young skiers to improve: The deeper sidecut helps you complete turns more easily.
Designed to :
young skiers between 85 and 100 cm tall.
2 years


Storage instructions
Store in a dry place. At the end of the season, to store your skis in the best conditions, have them waxed and ask the technician not to scrape off excess wax.

Features of the product

Polyurethane-injected skis, a lighter weight and easier progression.
Tyrolia SRM 4.5 Binding, DIN 0.75 to 4.5. Fits A (adult) or C (children) .type boots. The base length on the Wed'ze bindings can be adjusted in one quick movement at the heel piece so that the ski can fit different boot sizes. Adjustment is very easy: we recommend that you get it done in our workshops. Wide range of adjustment from 119 mm to 254 mm.
Plastic tip end and reinforced topsheet. White colour which favours resistance to scratches.
Waxed and sharpened skis, ready to use. Edge sharpened at 89°.
What is an arch?
When placing a ski on the ground, its points of contact are found near the tip and heel, whereas the middle of the ski (under the bindings) is slightly raised (this is the camber). The longer and higher the camber, the greater the traction and more responsive the ski. The lower, the more tolerant and manageable it is.
What is a rocker?
On a rocker ski, the tip and sometimes the heel come off the ground sooner than with a cambered ski: The effect of this is to move the points of contact towards the centre of the ski. The surface of the ski in contact with the snow is smaller, for better manageability and buoyancy on soft snow. When taking corners, the edge length offers more traction on hard snow. The longer the rocker, the more manoeuvrable your ski. The shorter it is, the more traction you'll have.
Piste rocker
Small rocker facilitating approach to turns.

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