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    X Drive 8.3 (with XT12 bindings) from Salomon. All mountain ski with a single Titanium laminate for great edge grip, efficient energy transfer and liveliness. The addition of a carbon X-Chassis and wood core supercharge the X-Drive 8.3 to give it greater stability and control in all mountain conditions.

    Constructions:
    • Woodcore - light density woodcore premium hand selected poplar
    • X Chassis - carbon / polyamid diagonal reinforcement in the middle of the ski, increased torsional stiffness for stronger edge grip and more stability
    • Semi sandwich construction - Monocoque in the tip and tail for reduced swing weight and effortless pivot combined with sandwich construction underfoot for a progressive grip, more control & smoother snow contact
    • Rocker - all terrain rocker 2.0 in tip area for terrain absorption and easy turn initiation
    • RKS - Rocker stabilizer 3D composite fiber reinforcement in the rocker contact zones
    • Single Ti laminate - single Titanium laminate for great edge grip, efficient energy transfer and liveliness
    • Basalt layer - Basalt fiber layer running the length of the ski provides outstanding dampening and vibration absorption
    • X Trak binding system - added precision and power to improve control with fluidity in turns
    • Tip protector
    • Tail protection
    • Topsheet: Glossy
    • Waist: 83mm waist @ 176cm
    Ski ability: A performance ski for adventurous advanced skiers who like to ski varied snow conditions and piste types.

    Please see ski length guide for information on how to calculate your ideal size, also see binding policy for information on binding mounting options.

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