Rustler 9 23-24

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  • Sidecut: 131.5/96/121 at 180cm length
  • Turn Radius: 17 meters at 180cm length
  • Weight: 1900 grams/ski at 180cm length
  • Rocker/Camber/Rocker Profile
  • True Blend Poplar/Beech/Paulownia Wood Core
  • Titanal Lamination
  • Sandwich Compound Sidewall
  • Ability Level: Advanced Skiers
    1. Sidecut: The sidecut refers to the dimensions of the ski at different points along its length, typically measured in millimeters. For this product, the sidecut dimensions are 131.5mm at the tip, 96mm at the waist (underfoot), and 121mm at the tail, all at a ski length of 180cm.

    2. Turn Radius: The turn radius indicates how tight or wide the natural turning arc of the ski is. For this product, the turn radius is 17 meters at a ski length of 180cm. A smaller turn radius means quicker turns, while a larger radius allows for more stable and smoother turns.

    3. Weight: The weight of each ski in this product is 1900 grams, measured at a ski length of 180cm. Lighter skis are generally more maneuverable and easier to control, making them suitable for various skiing styles.

    4. Rocker/Camber/Rocker Profile: This ski features a rocker/camber/rocker profile. It means that the ski has a slight upward curve (rocker) at the tip and tail, while the middle section (underfoot) has a downward curve (camber). This profile enhances floatation in powder snow, improves maneuverability, and provides stability on various terrains.

    5. True Blend Poplar/Beech/Paulownia Wood Core: The core of the ski is made from a combination of poplar, beech, and paulownia wood. This mix of wood types is designed to provide a balanced blend of characteristics, including responsiveness, lightweight feel, and durability.

    6. Titanal Lamination: Titanal is a strong and lightweight metal alloy (typically made of aluminum) used to reinforce the ski's core. The titanal lamination enhances the ski's stability, dampens vibrations, and adds strength for powerful turns and high-speed performance.

    7. Sandwich Compound Sidewall: The ski has a sandwich compound sidewall construction, which means that the ski's core is surrounded by sidewalls made of different materials. This design offers increased edge grip, precise control, and better energy transmission from skier to ski.

    8. Ability Level: The recommended ability level for this ski is "Advanced Skiers." This means the ski is best suited for experienced skiers who are comfortable skiing at higher speeds and tackling challenging terrain.

    Overall, this ski is designed to cater to advanced skiers looking for a versatile and high-performance option that excels in various conditions and terrains. Its design features aim to provide stability, maneuverability, and responsiveness, making it suitable for those seeking an enjoyable and dynamic skiing experience.

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