The Elan Bloodline skis are a perfect choice for mogul skiers who cannot get enough of sweet zipper lines. From competitors to recreational bumpers, the Bloodline is a great bump ski that likes to be in the fall line.
The specs of the ski all add up to the ski's ability to stay direct to the line. From a weight perspective, the wood core with the fiberglass laminate make for a lightning-quick turner that gets from edge to edge very quickly. The overall dimensions of the skis make them a very direct, straight-line ski that loves to be swiveled. With measurements of 88/63/75, the skis are very narrow and straight, resulting in a 26-meter turn radius at 158 cm length. With a straight radius like this, it's a lot easier to point the tips down the hill and keep your body and shoulders square to the fall line.
When you're skiing bumps in a competitive format, you've got to keep it all pointed downhill and these Elan Bloodline skis keep you right on track for the podium. Speed is a big component of mogul skiing, and the straight-line nature of these skis help you out in that regard. Feel free to let these things run right down the line to get your speed points up. At 88 in the tip, you'll be able to fly through the troughs and slam into the walls with minimal deflection. Making them quicker is the traditional camber that keeps the edges active and fast. It might not look like you're carving, but the quickness of the skis can fool a lot of people. Competitive and high-level mogul skiers will love the zipper-line ability of the Elan Bloodline skis.
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Binding: Not Included
Side-cut: 88-63-75 (at 158cm length)
Turn Radius: 26m at 158cm length
Note* Utah Ski Gear will include a free binding mount with the purchase of a new ski and binding.
Special Safety Notice for Bindings: We urge you to take your boots and bindings to a shop certified by the bindings’ manufacturer to have a function check. The majority of shops will charge for this service. Even though we may, by request, check to see if a binding should fit your boot sole length, such an adjustment and fit check does not verify that the bindings will release properly with your boot. Only a certified shop can do this, with the user's boots present.
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About Utah Ski Gear:
Utah Ski Gear was established in 2011 and we believe that skiing is for everyone. Helping our customers find the right equipment to get them and their family skiing is our passion. We understand price can be the biggest deterrent and because of this we offer new and used skis on a budget. For the more experienced skier looking for advanced gear we offer hard to find accessories like specialized tuning equipment and high performance skis. Customers preferring maximum comfort while skiing can find electric boot heaters, such as Hotronic FootWarmers.
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