Elan Women's Ripstick 94 Skis (Ski Only) 2024

Elan Women's Ripstick 94 Skis (Ski Only) 2024

Regular price $849.95 Sale price $649.95 Save $200.00
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The Elan Ripstick 94 Women's Skis are the quintessential all-mountain dominator designed for lady rippers. At 94-millimeteres underfoot, the skis have a great width for both floating and carving. From steeps and trees to bumps and bowls, these things are built to do it all. They're still quick, too, thanks to the build. Starting with a light weight wood core, Elan gets a ton of energy and response out of their carbon rods that run the length of the ski. As a result of the 3-dimensional shape of the tube, you get not only fore/aft stiffness, but also torsional response. It's actually more like a 360-degree force of energy that runs all the way up and down your skis. By adding another strip of carbon along the inside edges of the ski, it makes for a stiffer flex as well as stronger edge grip. If you're looking for more carving control, this is going to make a big difference. The best part is that it doesn't add a lot of weight, which gives you more energy to stay out and ski longer and harder with fresher legs. For the optimum in versatility and power in a light weight package, the Elan Ripstick 94 Women's Skis are sure to turn heads and make advanced women's skiers fall in love with them.

  • Sidecut  -  136/94/110 mm at 170 cm length
  • Turn Radius  -  16.2 meters at 170 cm length
  • Weight  -  1570 grams per Ski at 170 cm length
  • Tubelite Wood Core
  • Carbon Rods
  • Vapor Tips
  • Carbon Line Technology
  • Amphibio Rocker Profile
  • Ability Level  -  Advanced Skiers

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Our order was processed promptly and arrived earlier than promised and in excellent condition. I would not hesitate to order from this vendor again.


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