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WEDZE

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Cross 150+ Skis - Men

$230.00
  • Cross 150+ Skis - Men
  • Cross 150+ Skis - Men
  • Cross 150+ Skis - Men
  • Cross 150+ Skis - Men
  • Cross 150+ Skis - Men
  • Cross 150+ Skis - Men
  • Cross 150+ Skis - Men
Cross 150+ Skis - Men
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Perfect for learning to ski, from your first snow plow to side slipping.

BENEFITS

Easy to handle

One size 150 cm helps you swivel with confidence.

Traction

The tight radius maintains contact with the snow along the entire edge.

Energy transfer

It makes learning easier and is forgiving to help support transfer.

Stability

Wide runners make it stable on the slope and on all types of snow.

Precision

Lets you maintain support when skidding.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

Experience

Pure experience - I feel good

The Wedze Cross 150+ skis delivers maximum comfort for minimum effort when learning to ski.
This easy launch ski smooths the transition from a snow plow to a parallel turn, the first real step for newbies. Each skier finds their own pace for their own performance.

Structure

Front and rear rockers.
The cap’s PU core construction makes the ski lightweight and easier to handle.
High molecular weight base.

Bindings

Tyrolia brand bindings, SRM 10 GW model in black/red
Grip Walk Compatible
DIN 3.5 to 10

Durability

Topsheet (ski surface) made to last even longer.

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

110/79/100, 150 cm radius = 16 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 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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