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Ski Freeride Touring Pack Wedze FR 900 - Petrol Black + Bindings + Skins

€ 460.00
SKU: S310872 / 2904577 / 8563475
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    Size : 170cm
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Product benefits
  1. Buoyancy
    With 99mm width underfoot and rocker, this ski offers good lift.
  2. Ease of handling
    Its short radius and rocker make it easy to manoeuvre.
  3. Stability
    Wood construction with straight sidewalls offering stability/comfort in all snow
  4. Traction
    Camber under foot and stiff tail offering good grip on hard snow
  5. Versatility
    30 % groomed slopes and 70 % off-piste. Ideal for starting freeride touring.
Product feature
  1. Construction
    These skis are made with a wood core and vertical edges. The advantage of this construction? It offers a great capacity to absorb irregularities in the terrain and changeable snow conditions.
  2. Bindings
    The Tyrolia Alpine Switchable Ambition 12 bindings are what all freeride touring fans have been waiting for. They offer freedom while providing exceptional safety and tireless performance. Their composition, lightweight construction and practical features provide the ultimate mountain experience for advanced freeriders as well as beginner freeride touring skiers. Suitable for boots between 250mm and 350mm. Compatible soles: alpine and touring. Din 4 to 12
  3. Durability
    Black sole for easier repairs. Topsheet semi-cap to avoid use of scales.
  4. Preparation
    Waxed and sharpened skis, ready to use. Edges sharpened at 89°.
  5. What is a camber?
    When you place a ski on the ground, the contact points between the ski and the snow are often located near the tip and tail, while the middle of the ski (under the bindings) is lifted slightly off the ground (this is the camber). The longer and higher the camber, the better the grip and the more responsive the ski. The flatter the camber, the more flexible and forgiving the ski.
  6. What is a rocker?
    On a "rocker" ski, the tip - and sometimes the tail - lift off the ground earlier than on a cambered ski. This has the effect of shifting the contact points towards the middle of the ski. This means there is less surface area in contact with the snow: this, in turn, results in greater manoeuvrability and buoyancy in soft snow. When leaning at an angle, you engage more edge providing greater grip on hard snow. The longer the rocker, the easier the ski is to handle.
  7. What are ski sidecuts?
    The sidecut is determined by 3 measurements: the width of the tip (front of the ski), the waist (middle of ski) and tail (back of ski). The wider the tip, the easier the turn entry. The narrower the waist, the stronger the grip in hard snow. The wider the waist, the more comfortable and stable in different snow conditions. The wider the tail, the better the grip exiting the turn. The narrower the tail, the better the glide.
  8. Sidecuts
    170cm sidecuts 137 tip 98 waist 123 tail 15.3 sidecut radius Profile: Rocker/Camber/Twintip
Product testing
  1. Composition
    Board : 45.0% Wood, Board : 20.0% Polyamide, Board : 20.0% Glass - Fiber, Board : 10.0% Steel, Board : 5.0% Polyethylene
  2. Storage advice
    Leaving a layer of wax on the bottom of your skis at the end of the season protects the base from dust and the edges from humidity.
  3. Product information
    If freeride touring appeals to you, these skis are perfect for short climbs (500m vertical ascent) so you can go off and find a nice to slope to ski down.
  4. Lab tested
    All Wed'ze products are designed and developed in the Mont Blanc Valley. They are then tested in conditions identical to their target use (snow, cold weather, powder etc.) Our design teams ensure that the product is fit for purpose and able to withstand r