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Rossignol Scimitar Jr Skis w/ Axium 70 Jr Skis Zip2 Bindings - Kids, Youth

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Description: Rossignol Scimitar Jr Skis w/ Axium 70 Jr Skis Zip2 Bindings - Kids, Youth

There will be a day when you have to realize that your kid is a better skier than you. Unfortunately, that may be sooner rather than later, so you''d be doing them a solid to put them on the Rossignol Scimtar Jr Skis with Rossignol bindings. Built for intermediate to advanced skiers between 10 and 16, the Scimtar is an ideal ski for your hard charging tween. Built with Rossitop Capped Construction, it features a longer sidecut so your kid can learn how to turn faster and ski more aggressively. Now the only problem you''ll have is keeping up.

Key Features of the Rossignol Scimitar Jr Skis:
  • Structure: Rossitop Cap
  • Core: Microcell
  • Laminates: Fiberglass
  • Sidecut: 100/65/87
  • Radius: 11.0M @ 130

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Roderick M on Dec 2, 2013
Great price.
Jeramy B on Oct 30, 2013
right size and price
Travis T on Nov 15, 2013
Needed an easy to ski set for younger son, this rocker should suite him this year.
Martin M on Sep 6, 2013
These skis look like they would be a good fit for my 11-year-old, however, he has men size 9 feet. Will the bindings on these skis fit a size 9 ski boot? Thank you, Laura Jackson
Laura J on Nov 20, 2013
Best Answer: Much of the ski size comes down to three factors: 1) how aggressive a skier is he, 2) his height and 3) his weight. There are a bunch of size calculators available on the web that will give you a good idea of the size he will need.
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My son is 14 beginner 5ft 90 lbs size 7.5 sneaker. Should i get the 145 or 150 cm? Would these work?
Nicole M on Nov 24, 2013
Best Answer: These are great skis for a beginner youth. I recommend the 145cm length. A shorter ski is easier to control. Easier control=more enjoyment=your son will fall in love with skiing. We love skiing at The House and want your son to catch the bug! Have fun and Happy Winter!
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