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Elan - Ibex 94 Carbon

$649.95
A wide backcountry ski made to be lightweight for ascending and bouyant when descending. Go big, go deep, and shred it.
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Elan - Ibex 94 Carbon Ski

Product Details

Specs

Skill Level - Advanced to High Expert

Speed - Medium to very Fast. 

  • Length Radius - 170 (20.1)
  • Ski Weight (g/ski) - 1390
  • Profile - Mountain Rocker
  • Technology - Bridge Technology, TubeLite Woodcore, Carbon Rods, Vapor Inserts, CYA Plate, Fibreglass

 

Features

Carbon Rods Reinforcement - Lightweight Carbon tubes inserted into the ski and run the length of the ski following the arc of the side cut. The carbon tubes provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for meterial reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.

Tubelight Woodcore - To create the TubeLite Woodcore, two super lightweight Carbon tubes are inserted into a lightweight laminated wood core. These tubes run the length of the ski following the arc of hte side cut. They provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.

Vaportip Reinforcement - Vapor inserts are advanced composites integrated into the tip and tail area of the ski's core. These inserts reduce weight and vibration, dramatically improving stability and ensuring a smooth ride even in the most demanding conditions.

Fiberglass Reinforcement - Fiberglass reinforcement optimizes the flex pattern and enhances torsional rigidity of the ski. The fiberglass is positioned either above or below the ski core and improves a skis structural integrity.

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