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Salomon X Wing Fury (2007)

Salomon X Wing Fury (2007)

Pro It’s an ironic name for a ski this happy. The Fury’s a lover, not a fighter, and as long as there’s a foot of powder, it’s never even a little grumpy. Testers judged it to be one of the lightest skis in the category—and therefore quick and manageable in deep fluff. And while it lacks the crud-conquering power of others in the group, it’s one of the most forgiving. As with all Salomons, its monocoque cap bridges from edge to edge and plays a structural—not merely cosmetic—role. Salomon’s sturdiest double-wall cap is here coupled with a wood core for a positively snappy outcome. We tested the Fury with Salomon’s interface, but it’s offered flat, too ($750). "Easy turn-initiation, and it’s quick," said Wheatley. "Imagine a turn, and it happens." Con So lightweight, it gets knocked around in broken snow at speed.

PRICE (MSRP): $1100.00
Product Specifications | How We Test
Bindingwithout bindings
Lengths156, 164, 172, 180
Rating: Powder Performance3.51 / 5
Rating: Stability at Speed2.68 / 5
Rating: Long Turns2.91 / 5
Rating: Medium Turns2.71 / 5
Rating: Short Turns2.51 / 5
Rating: Maneuverability2.51 / 5
Rating: Hard Snow Grip1.70 / 5
Rating: Crud Performance3.16 / 5
Rating: Corduroy Performance2.13 / 5
Rating: Moguls Performance2.50 / 5
Rating: Forgiveness2.79 / 5
Rating: Quickness/Bumps2.79 / 5
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