Head Mya No. 2 Skis w/ Mya 9 Lrx Bindings
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Head Mya No. 2 Skis w/ Mya 9 Lrx Bindings - Womens

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Specs

Type: Carving
Shape: Conventional
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Camber
Construction: Cap
Core Material: Composite
Base: Sintered
Din Range: 2.5-9
Brake Width: 85mm
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Head Mya No. 2 Skis w/ Mya 9 Lrx Bindings - Womens

Relax and enjoy the ride that comes with the Head MYA No.2 Skis and MYA 9 LRX Bindings! This Head product set is blowing away female riders with a package that rivals some of the best to hit the mountain this season. These MYA model skis feature an intermediate technology set that aids skill progression, as well as a groomer oriented profile that is ideal for slicing your way through some hard packed corduroy. They also come with an incredibly strong life rail on the side, and are finished off with a rugged HMC base that ensures you never have to hold back while riding.

Key Features of the Head MYA No. 2 Skis with MYA 9 LRX Bindings:
  • Slow Speed
  • Intermediate
  • Terrain: Groomed slopes
  • Style advanced skiing technique
  • Era 3.0
  • Power fiber jacket
  • Highly transparent UHM C base
  • LiteRail
  • Recommended bindings: MYA 9 LRX
  • SX Toe with TRP System
  • Full Diagonal
  • ABS - Anti Blocking System
  • SL Lite heel
  • Dura-Coating
  • Standard Height: 28 mm
  • DIN 2.5-9

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Price and brand
Megan M on Dec 15, 2013
Price, looks, pkg deal
SHARON G on Dec 9, 2013
What is the difference between the Mya 9 LRX binding and the L9 binding?
Donna L on Nov 28, 2013
Best Answer: Honestly, not very much. The Bindings have a similar Din Range and are slightly different in look. Both have good hold. The biggest difference is two different companies make them.
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