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Salomon Origins Bamboo Skis w/ Z10 TI Bindings - Womens

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Type: All Mountain
Shape: Conventional
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Hybrid, All Mountain Rocker
Construction: Monocoque
Core Material: Wood
Base: Sintered
Din Range: 2.5-10
Brake Width: 80mm
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 Year

Description: Salomon Origins Bamboo Skis w/ Z10 TI Bindings - Womens

Women everywhere are raving about this Salomon Origins Bamboo Skis with Z10 TI Bindings setup! A strong ski that can hold up to whatever type of beating you send its way with a performance based construction, this Salomon Origins ski setup is set to blow you away every time you get locked in. This ski features a bamboo layer that adds flex and pop to the mainly rigid stance, as well as an all terrain rocker that hits the groomers just as good as it rides off piste. Every terrain obstacle down the hill is in your wheelhouse with the Salomon Origins Bamboo Skis!

Key Features of the Salomon Origins Bamboo Skis with Z10 TI Bindings:
  • Double Monocoque
  • Woodcore
  • Lightrak Z10 Ti Bindings
  • Rental Tip protector
  • Bamboo layer
  • Single Ti Laminate
  • All Terrain Rocker
  • Women stance (Fwd mounted binding (+8mm))
  • Shock absorbing system (Powerline W)
  • M Body (75mm wide waist)
  • Intuitive tail
  • Dimensions: 123/ 73/ 102 @ 151
  • Radius: 10.9 @ 151

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David H on Jan 11, 2014
do binding come mounted on the skis?
rich c on Nov 1, 2014
Best Answer: The didn't, but I mounted them myself, they seem to be made for this, but I took them over to sports authority ski shop in Dillon/Silverthorne for a double check and tension setting, cost about $15 or so, don't take to a ski shop it will cost a lot more.
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