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Salomon Knight Skis

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Specs

Type: All Mountain, Park & Pipe
Shape: Twin Tip, Directional Twin
Ability Level: Beginner-Intermediate
Rocker Type: Camber
Construction: Cap
Core Material: Composite, Foam
Base: Extruded
Recommended Use: Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year, 2 Year Warranty With Salomon Binding Purchase

Description: Salomon Knight Skis

Prepare to be lord of the mountain on a pair of Salomon Knight Skis. A versatile all-mountain twin tip ski, so doing the occasional switch all around the mountain should be no problem at all. The Knights are intended for all you fellows out there who love to rock the trails and occasionally take a trip to the terrain park. A forgiving lightweight ski, the Knight best performs on groomers but can be taken off-piste to get a feel for soft snow.

Key Features of the Salomon Knight Skisy/White/Black:
  • Edgy Monocoque
  • Composite
  • Wide edges
  • Total edge reinforcement
  • Semi twin tip tail
  • Sidecut: 122/85/112 (161cm)
  • Radius: 14.0 (141), 14.2 (151), 16.3 (161), 18.5 (171), 19.6 (176)

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hey I want to buy a pair of skiis but don't know my size???
A shopper on Sep 10, 2013
Best Answer: Ski size depends on a few factors: first what kind of skier are you, and second how tall you are. Weight can also come into play a bit.

Usually skis should measure between the bottom of your chin and the crest of you head. If you are more of a beginner skier shorter is better. Short skis are easier to control. If you are a more advanced/expert skier (using this in the strictest sense) usually longer skis are the best.

You can google ski size chart if you need more detail. Evo has a good chart that explains a lot.
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