Salomon

Salomon S/MAX W 8+Z10 GW

Downhill skis

(104220)

Code: 104220

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Description

Salomon S/MAX W 8+Z10 GW

Downhill skis Salomon S/MAX W 8 + Z10 GW are ideal for maintained slopes. You can make fast and precise turns from the first day thanks to these easily controlled and accurate skis.

  • Edge Amplifier construction transfers 100% of energy to edges to reach excellent performance in terms of edge engagement
  • light weight and easy to manoeuvre skis
  • wooden core and sandwich sidewalls with maximum functionality ensure good contact with snow
  • Edge Amplifier: fully integrated ski interface system removes vertical forces that push on the base and helps keep the skis on edge while transferring the force to the edge
  • sidewalls construction guarantees stability and accuracy and together with good edge engagement a smooth contact with skis you will be able to achieve better performance
  • poplar woodcore provides stability while requiring less technique from a skier and ensures good contact of the skis with snow

Specifications

Product code 104220
Supplier code 104220
Terrain maintained slopes
Skill level advanced
Speed medium
Construction Full Sandwich Sidewalls
Core poplar woodcore
Radius (length) 13 m (150 cm); 13 m (155 cm); 14 m (160 cm); 15 m (165 cm)
Bindings Z10 GW
Bindings plate Flextrak Edge Amplifier
Recommended length 0 - 15 cm less that the user’s height depending on the skier’s skill and skiing style
Sidecut 150 cm (118-73-101 mm); 155 cm (119-73-102 mm); 160 cm (119-73-102 mm); 165 cm (120-73-103 mm)
Technology Woodcore, Pulse Pad/Oversize Pulse Pad, Full Camber, POPLAR WOOD, SINGLE TI, EDGE AMPLIFIER, FULL SANDWICH SIDEWALLS, TIP & TAIL PROTECTOR

Used Technologies

Woodcore

The Woodcore, made of wood from tip to tail offers optimal stability, rebound, and excellent ski-to-snow contact by filtering vibrations. The balance of performance and weight is possible by ...

Pulse Pad/Oversize Pulse Pad

The Pulse Pad/Oversize Pulse Pad is an anti-vibration rubber layer molded into the edges and front part of the ski to filter vibrations and offer a smoother ride & improved ski-to-snow contact.

Full Camber

Contact point ski edge - snow, on the back side of ski, FCP – contact point ski edge - snow, on the front side of the ski TARGET GROUP: Sport skiers, who prefer a ride on ...

POPLAR WOOD

POPLAR WOOD Core is a guarantee of a balanced combination of low weight, elasticity, energy, stability and energy.

SINGLE TI

The only titanium reinforcement layer in the upper part of the core provides good adhesion of the edges, effective energy transfer and durability.

EDGE AMPLIFIER

Fully integrated Edge Amplifier ski system provides much more effective energy transfer to the edges which maximally holds the edge even in icy terrain.

FULL SANDWICH SIDEWALLS

Full Sandwich Sidewalls construction all along the sidewalls guarantees stability, precision and excellent hold of the edges, which shows mostly at higher speed and improves overall ski performance.

TIP & TAIL PROTECTOR

Tip and tail protector increases longevity of the ski and it guarantees visual attractiveness of the ski even after intense use.

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Mounting the Bindings

If you buy skis from our web-shop, they will be sent to you without mounted bindings. Bindings will be separate, to not get damaged in delivery. You have a possibility to get them mounted in the shop FOR FREE! You just need to visit one of out stores and show the proof of payment. Take at least one ski boot with you.

How to Choose the Right Skis

Level

  • Beginners – softer skis (composite core)
  • Advanced – harder skis (wood core, possible reinforcement – titanium, carbon)

 

Ski Length (from 5 cm to 15 cm shorter than skier’s height, depending on the skiing style and level)

  • Shorter skis – beginners – 15 cm shorter (easier to control, less stable in higher speed)
  • Longer skis - advanced – 5 cm shorter (more difficult to control, more stable in higher speeds)

 

 

 

Mounting the bindings

Mounting the bindings

 

    Skeleton length in mm Skeleton length in mm Skeleton length in mm Skeleton length in mm Skeleton length in mm Skeleton length in mm
Weight Height (cm) < 250 mm 251 - 270 271 - 290 291 - 310 311 - 330 > 331
10 - 13   0,75 0,75        
14 - 17   1 1 0,75      
18 - 21   1,5 1,25 1      
22 - 25   1,75 1,5 1,5 1,25    
26 - 30   2,25 2 1,75 1,5 1,5  
31 - 35   2,75 2,5 2,25 2 1,75 1,75
36 - 41   3,5 3 2,75 2 2,25 2
42 - 48 < 148   3,5 3 3 2,75 2,5
49 - 57 149 - 157   4,5 4 3,5 3,5 3
58 - 66 158 - 166   5,5 5 4,5 4 3,5
67 - 78 167 - 178   6,5 6 5,5 5 4,5
79 - 94 179 - 194   7,5 7 6,5 6 5,5
> 95 > 195     8,5 8 7 6,5

 

*The information is only orientational. Your advancement level is also very important. If you are not sure, visit us in the store.