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The Ibex 94 Carbon XLT opens a whole new chapter in touring and freetouring.
Ultralight, stealth black and eager to get you up to the mountain with ease and back to the bottom with speed and confidence. This is the baddest and raddest of our (free)touring collection! For the expert freetourer, the skis combine new generation Bridge technology with a Tubelite Woodcore.
With mountain rocker for float and control, this tech combo makes for a unique freetouring combo for the most demanding skier. Encased in a Carbon Powershell reinforcement for that extra kick in performance and designed with a unique shape to prevent snow from sticking to the – The Ibex 94 C XLT is the state of the art in wider touring skis..
- Bridge technology
- Tubelite woodcore
- Vapor inserts
- CYA Aluplate
- Carbon power shell
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The ST Radical Turn Ski Touring Binding is a lightweight, durable, frameless binding that was conceived especially for ski touring novices.
The outstanding and cost-effective value as well as the length adjustment of 12.5mm are key selling points in selecting this classic ski touring binding. In addition, the pivoting heel lifter, integrated ski stoppers, as well as the adjustability of the release values of 4-10 ensure simple handling and a versatile range of use.
- Ice Breaker Pins : The pins at the front unit are specially designed to remove snow and ice from the boot insert when stepping in
- Optional crampon slot
- Lock Type : Manual
- Adjustable Length : 12.5 - 12.5 (mm +/-)
- DIN : 4-10
- Forged Aluminium
- Stainless steel
- High Tech Syntetic
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Elan is a Slovenian firm specialized in the manufacture of sports articles. Elan owes its fame mainly to its skis and snowboards. In the 1970s, the Swedish skier Ingemar Stenmark won three consecutive times the World Cup of alpine skiing on Elan skis. Its headquarters is located in Begunje in Slovenia while the corporations are spread in Europe, in Slovenia for the skis, Austria for the snowboards. The group distributed its products through a network of independent distributors in 46 countries around the world. It manages itself its exports in North America, Japan, Germany and Switzerland.