Salomon S/Max SX Skis+Bindings - Men's 5060-546
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Salomon S/Max SX Skis+Bindings - Men's

5060-546
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Description

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There's nothing quite like carving down freshly laid groomers, and the S/Max SX helps you do it effortlessly. The snappy synthetic core makes the ski easy to manoeuvre, while a layer of titanal provides stiffness and reduces chatters at speed. With a carving-specific rocker and a tuned flex, this ski keeps you cruising until last chair.

  • Semi-sandwich construction with ABS sidewalls, cap construction at the tip and tail for edge grip underfoot and increased manoeuvrability.
  • Synthetic core makes for a forgiving ski and keeps the weight low.
  • Carve Rocker with early rise tail makes it easier to exit turns at various speeds.
  • Traditional cambered carve zone has a focused sidecut for power, energy and grip.
  • Titanal insert allows for maximum power transfer.
  • Pulse pad uses a layer of rubber along the edges in specific areas to create a damper ski.
  • Mercury 11 bindings are strong, reliable and feature a DIN adjustment of 3.5–11.
  • Glossy topsheet.

Tech specs

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Ideal for Downhill skiing
Snow conditions Groomed
Terrain On-Piste
Ability

Beginner: new or getting back into skiing. Intermediate: confident with turning and stopping. Advanced: highly confident carver. Expert: steeps, drops, park, double blacks -- bring it on.

  • Intermediate
  • Beginner
Construction

Sandwich and combination construction is generally used for big freeride-style skis while the lighter structural cap type of construction is more commonly found on cross-country skis.

Combination
Core Synthetic
Rocker/camber profile Full camber
Bindings included Yes
Made in Bulgaria