Salomon Czar Skis 2011: Exceptionally easy to engage, the Salmon Czar Ski’s pronounced tip rocker machs through deep days, and for the two days after deep days. It also allows the ski to pivot and swivel through technical terrain. Moreover, the tail of the ski retains enough sack for straightlining. Yes, these skis are basically Russian royalty.
High Twin Tip Tail
Rocker technology combines inverse camber in the front part of the ski, with gradual transition to the traditional camber under the foot and in the tail of the ski. By adjusting the height and length of the rocker, Salomon matches the needs of different snow conditions and needs. The result is to optimize the ratio of floatation to on-piste performance
Double Monocoque is a double layer of fibers for maximum response and edge grip
Edgy Monocoque offers precise edge grip, no excess material and efficient energy from skier to snow for freeski practices
Total edge reinforcement with fiber reinforcement laying directly on the edges & edge stiffness for improved edge durability and edge grip
Full Woodcore from tip to tail offers optimum stability on snow and powerful rebound, as well as maximizing ski/snow contact and filtering vibrations.
Requires brake width between 115mm and 125mm
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Comments about Salomon Czar Skis 2011:
I rode these for a day in almost a meter of fresh in the Swiss Alps. They tore up the powder like a dream and were forgiving even though I am not a very experienced powder skier (used to be a skiercross guy). I wasn't so happy with them on groomers, because I could not lay them over like my SX-9s (duh), but loved them just the same.