The original freestyle ski is still the reigning king. Rails, quarter-pipe, half-pipe, tabletops, groomers, even moguls, you name it, the Teneighty Thruster will devour it. Don’t get caught in the park without a pair.
Monocoque Composite Construction – Composite cap gives you maximum edge transmission and feel as well as the lightest ski possible
Isocell Complex Core – Core constructed from foam composite. Foam core gives the ski more responsiveness, reactivity, and rebound
Spaceframe Technology - An adapted 3D construction that controls torsion for precision, grip & boost
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Comments about Salomon Teneighty Thruster Skis 2006:
I liked how light these skis are. They are easy to whip around for those spins. They are okay on rails and boxes. I wouldn't buy them if you do a lot of skiing outside the park. They are decent on groomers and pow. Since these are so light, it takes a lot of effort to carve, so be ready to work hard.