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Salomon Enduro Rxt 750 Skis Black/Red w/ Z10 Bindings

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Specs

Type:
  • All Mountain
Shape:
  • Conventional
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type:
  • Rocker
Construction: Monocoque
Core Material:
  • Wood
Base:
  • Extruded
Din Range: 3-10
Brake Width:
  • 80mm
Manufacturer Warranty:
  • 2 Year

Description: Salomon Enduro Rxt 750 Skis Black/Red w/ Z10 Bindings

Key Features of the Salomon Enduro Rxt 750 Mens Skis w/ Z10 Bindings:
  • Binding Option / System Z10
  • Protrak
  • Monocoque
  • Woodcore
  • Powerline All-Mountain
  • All Terrain Rocker
  • Square Tail
  • Pulse Pad
  • Double Ti Laminate 400
  • Sidecut 123/74/103 (160Cm)
  • Radius 9.5/10.9/12.4/14.1/15.8

Enduro RXT 750


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Looking for my first AT ski set any suggestions?
A shopper on Dec 8, 2013
Best Answer: Yes, I do have suggestions. Not these skis for starters. I'm assuming that you already have AT Boots but if not, get them. While you can tour in boots without a walk mode, it is advisable to get the entire set up. Rossi, Salomon, Dalbello, and Technica have some great AT Boots this year.
http://www.the-house.com/new-ski-boots.html

I really like Rossi's 7 Series. The Soul 7 is lightweight and just an all around great All Mountain ski. It's good in any conditions. If you are looking for something with a thicker waist check out the Squad 7 and Super 7, though these will add weight to your climb.
http://www.the-house.com/new-skis.html?refine.vendor=Rossignol

K2's Coomback has been crushing the backcountry/sidecountry genre since it was introduced. The Backdrop is a little thicker but extremely lightweight. They both feature Snowphobic Topsheets. They shed snow as you climb, pretty cool tech. The Annex Series and the Shreditor Series are stellar as well. K2 also makes precut skins to go with their skis.
http://www.the-house.com/new-skis.html?refine.vendor=K2

I love Marker Bindings. The Baron and The Duke are classics. This years Duke is beefed up and lighter.
http://www.the-house.com/new-ski-bindings.html?refine.vendor=Marker

I have also heard really good things about the Salomon Guardian Binding. They are supposed to be bomber and you don't have to click out to get them into walk mode. That's a nice feature.
http://www.the-house.com/new-ski-bindings.html?refine.vendor=Salomon

Check out the rest of the Backcountry gear you'll need:
http://www.the-house.com/backcountry-gear.html

I also can't stress enough the need to be properly educated before skiing in the back/sidecountry. I recommend taking an AVI 1 Course to get started. The Snow doesn't care if you are an idiot or an expert but it's better to be educated than not. I've known too many people that have been hurt or killed in the back/sidecountry. Have fun, be safe, Happy Winter!
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