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SKU-8963sattwg11zz-salomon-skis Salomon Twenty Twelve Skis from Altrec  sku

Salomon Twenty Twelve Skis - 8963sattwg11zz-salomon-skis by Salomon

Item description: This Hiking Skis product is by Salomon - It is not the end of the world with Salomon Twenty Twelve skis, in fact it is the start of something great. Designed for skiers of intermediate level, the Twenty Twelve is a hybrid of a park / pipe ski and a freeride ski. A twin tip double rocker design and full wood core with sandwich sidewalls give these skis the flexibility, strength and versatility to rock the park. It also has a Pulse Pad to minimize vibrations on rough surfaces. The rocker helps keep the ride smooth while the edge reinforcement provides excellent grip and makes this skis surprisingly fun away from the park. The versatility of these skis makes them a great choice for riders who like to keep trying new things.Key Features of the Salomon Twenty Twelve Skis: Sandwich Sidewalls Full Woodcore Wider edges Total edge reinforcement Pulse Pad Square tail Rocker 300mm Bamboo Layer... Learn More

Manufacturer: Salomon

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