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Combining traditional sidecut, girthy dimensions, and a huge dose of tip rocker, the Salomon Czar floats pow, rips crud, and slices chutes into ribbons from first chair to last. Wide as it is, it's versatile enough to take on anything short of East Coast boilerplate with relative ease. Moreover, the tail of the ski retains enough sack for straightlining. Full Woodcore from tip to tail offers optimum stability on snow and powerful rebound, as well as maximizing ski/snow contact and filtering vibrations. Yes, these skis are basically Russian royalty.
Overall a great ski. Works excellent in powder and crud as the rocker keeps the tips up and not diving into the snow. Plenty of width under foot for float in powder. Turns surprisingly well on the groomers back to the lift which I was a little worried about, but didn't need to be. I don't ski in the park so can't attest to that, but it handled everything in the back bowls that came along.
Good Long ski for experienced riding all over the mountain. In freeride terrain, it copes alright however it can not handle today's beatings of the modern ski bum in the rail park.
With this ski you can go evrywhere that you want. Perfect in backountry because they're perfect in powder. The only negative point is the freestyle but we can't have all that we want.
The Czar is a great great ski. Early rise in the tips. It planes out at lower speed really well. Skis similar to the older seths, but better. Light weight, also makes them a great choice for an all mountian ski.
I demo'd these this season and I wasnt that impressed, the obsethed would be a way better ski. It is a very good charging ski, but not that versitle when it comes to groomers and not haveing a little pow, and there's better skis in the pow also.
Excellent ski for backcountry!!
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