MEN’S ALPINE SKIS BOOST 900 RED

Ref :
8398650
Key feature
Rigid and tense, these skis respond to the lightest touch. They will meet the needs of the most powerful skiers!
£259.99*

User benefits

Ease of handling
The Boost900 has multiple radiiIt’s up to you to decide on small or large curves
Stability
The wooden core across the entire ski offers great stability, even at high-speed
Traction
The Boost 900 is fitted with vertical edges which reinforce the ski’s grip.
Rigidity
Rigid.
Buoyancy
The Boost 900 is designed for the slopes, powdery snow is not its strength.

Technical information

Composition
Board : 45.0% Wood, Board : 20.0% Polyamide (PA), Board : 20.0% Glass - Fibre (FG), Board : 10.0% Steel, Board : 5.0% Polyethylene (PE)
Designed to :
expert skiers on groomed slopes: 90% carving slopes, 10% all types of snow.
Warranty
2 years

Features of the product

Construction
Woodcore Tec Sw: design fitted with vertical edges, gaining solid purchase on hard snow. The wooden core across the entire length of the ski assures a homogenous curved distortion, providing tension, comfort and stability for the skier. The light 3D on the ski’s heel allows for good distortion at the heel in order to assure a fluid curve movement (H design).
Bindings
Tyrolia bindings, PR11 MBS model (multi-standards), Full Diagonal triggering for safety, DIN 2.5 to 11.
Durability
Metal nose end-piece to minimise any knocks to the nose.
Preparation
Waxed and sharpened skis, ready to use. Edge sharpened at 89°.
What is an arch?
When you place a ski on the ground, the contact points of the ski are located near the nose and heel whereas the centre of the ski (under the bindings) is slightly raised (this is the camber). The longer and higher the camber, the greater the edge hold and pop of the ski. The lower the camber, the more forgiving and agile the ski is.
What is a rocker?
On a “rocker” ski, the nose – and sometimes the tail – come up off the ground much sooner than on a ski with a camber. This tends to shift the contact points towards the centre of the ski. The surface area of the ski that is in contact with the snow is therefore reduced: this gives the ski greater agility and floatation on soft snow. When edging, your weight will be transferred onto the length of the edge for more grip on hard snow. The longer the rocker, the more agile your ski will be.
Piste rocker
Small rocker facilitating approach to turns.
Sidecut
127/73/110 in 177 cm, radius = 14.4 m
Versatility
90% carving slopes, 10% all types of snow.
Available sizes
Sizes sold in store: 163cm, 170cm. Sizes that can be only ordered on the internet and at the store terminals: 177cm.

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