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Boost 580 Ski - Men
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Boost 580 Ski - Men

WEDZE

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Boost 580 Ski - Men

$400.00
  • Boost 580 Ski - Men
  • Boost 580 Ski - Men
  • Boost 580 Ski - Men
  • Boost 580 Ski - Men
  • Boost 580 Ski - Men
  • Boost 580 Ski - Men
  • Boost 580 Ski - Men
Boost 580 Ski - Men
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Perfect for the intermediate skier looking for dynamic linking turns and rhythm.

BENEFITS

Easy to handle

Oversize tip: eases edge transitions and turn launches

Traction

ABS vertical chords reinforce grip.

Energy transfer

Controlled relaunch, free and direct support transmission when exiting curves

Stability

An incisive ski that holds the curve throughout a cut corner.

Precision

14 m radius, fairly accurate for progressing from sliding to carving.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

Experience

Pure pace: Dynamic balance

Above all, the Boost 580’s fluidity on curves allows you to develop your technique at your own pace.
Whether you want to sideslip then progress to skidded cuts or carve to perfection, you stay in control with these skis.

Structure

Sandwich structure: poplar wood core + fibres with ABS vertical chords for a more rhythmic relaunch and greater grip on hard snow.
High molecular weight base.

Bindings

Look brand bindings, Xpress XP 11 GW model black yellow
GripWalk Compatible
DIN 3 to 10
Suitable for ski boots with a 257 mm to 380 mm sole length.

Durability

Aluminium tip and ABS heel reinforcement

Preparation

Ready-to-use waxed and sharpened skis. Edge sharpened to 89°.

What is the camber?

When placed on the ground, the ski’s points of contact are near the tip and tail, while the waist is slightly raised. This is the camber. The longer and higher the camber, the greater the grip, and the more responsive the ski. The lower the camber, the more forgiving and manoeuvrable the ski.

What is the rocker?

On a rocker ski, the tip and sometimes the heel come off the ground sooner than with a cambered ski: this moves the points of contact towards the centre of the ski. The ski has less contact with the snow, offering added manoeuvrability and lift in soft snow. When leaning into turns, the edge length offers more grip on hardpack. The longer the rocker, the better the ski handles.

Sidecut

124/79/113, 170 radius = 16.8 m

After-ski advice

After a long day skiing, this is what you should do to prolong your ski's life:
* Wipe your edges with a cloth to prevent rusting.
* Use self-gripping ski ties to prevent the bases from rubbing against each other.
* Store your skis in a dry place, away from sunlight.

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