Salomon Origins Topaz Skis - Womens


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Description: Salomon Origins Topaz Skis - Womens

Salomon's Origins Topaz Skis are a setup for the ages! Specifically designed with the female rider in mind, the Topaz skis are anything but ordinary, and are here to up your performance over any and all terrain you encounter. This ski features a forgiving construction that remains wide for extra flotation in the powder without any added weight. The Topaz also comes with titanium reinforcement that cuts the weight drastically, reducing your fatigue, and adds strength for the many seasons to come. No longer do you have to sacrifice the best features for value when you ride with Salomon!

Key Features of the Salomon Origins Topaz Skis:
  • Control in every situation
  • Tolerant and forgiving ski all day long
  • As Control Technology Women
  • Titanium Reinforcement

Origins Topaz

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After I order my wife some skis and bindings from y’all ,Can y’all mount the ski bindings for me before shipping them? Or will I have to just find a ski store to do it once I get them?
Bobby Y on Jan 8, 2018
If you buy them in our showroom store we can mount bindings. However, anything that gets shipped out cannot be pre-mounted. For that I apologize....
Is this a good ski for ice/groomers and an intermediate skier looking for control and easy turning?
A shopper on Dec 30, 2017
what is the underfoot of this ski?
A shopper on Nov 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The Origins Topaz are 74 underfoot.
Hi, most ski sizing is usually done by high, while you are doing it by weight? (this gives me a different size).
I'm 5feet tall women...what size should I use?
daniella d on Dec 11, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Ski size depends on a few factors: Skier Level (I, II, or III), Height, Weight, Terrain, Type of Skiing.
When stood up a ski for a beginner to low intermediate should fall between nose and chin, for an expert they should fall between nose and top of head. Hope this helps. Happy Winter!

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