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If the Merlin V feels a bit too rambunctious for your taste, consider the agile, effortless Merlin IV.
These days, most shaped skis promise to boost your performance in a matter of seconds. But some people aren't so demanding in their leisure time. They just want to relax and have fun.
Not only are women's performance skis better than they were a year ago, the upper echelon of women's skis is now the upper echelon of skis, period.
A preview of Marker bindings for the 2003 season.
This year's batch of women's boards will tempt you.
It's the quintessential American story of hard work and perseverance: Two ski bums become friends, work for a big company, acquire a local following, and finally open their own ski shop.
Among the first to develop a performance plate binding for racers, ESS focuses on lift, vibration-absorption, variable binding position and a free-floating heel.
More bang for your buck. More features for the low end. More performance down the line. More bells and whistles for less money.
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