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£283.03

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Technical info

Collection
Winter 2012

Gender

Gender
Men

Level

Level
Expert

Category

Category
Freestyle.Park

Accessibility Score : 3/5
Piste Score : 4/5
Powder Score : 2/5
Park Score : 2/5
Sidecuts (mm)
112-78-105
Sidecuts
Size 173 cm - Radius 18 m
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Alpine Ski Coreupt KR Kevin Rolland

Ski sold without binding.

Et BOOM ! La nouvelle est tombée !!! Bon d'accord c'était un secret de Polichinelle mais là, maintenant, c'est officiel Kevin Rolland a lâché Rossignol, la marque qui l'a fait connaître, pour rejoindre COREUPT et Guerlain Chicherit. La marque tignarde réalise un vrai coup de maître en enrôlant le killer du pipe, quadruple médaillé d'or aux X-GAMES. Oui mais attention, le freestyler n'a pas pris cette décision sur un coup de tête et avait plusieurs exigences, dont celle d'avoir à disposition un matériel performant susceptible de l'accompagner au sommet. Et voilà le KR !!! Le pro model de Kévin Rolland, celui qu'il chaussait pour sa victoire sur le Dew Tour, le 17 décembre dernier. Un pur pipe largement inspiré du Casper de Justin Dorey. Un ski qui allie réactivité, pop et relance, les qualités indispensables pour exceller en pipe et big-air.  

 

L'avis de nos testeurs : Un modèle pour tous les freestylers experts qui veulent un ski pour tout exploser dans le pipe, mais aussi pour les skieurs de niveau confirmé qui veulent un ski accessible pour s'exercer à un freestyle moins trash, tout en continuant à s'éclater sur piste. Son accroche et sa stabilité à toute épreuve permet de prendre des courbes toujours plus serrées et de monter toujours plus haut au-dessus du coping, quant à son profil bispatulé, il facilite les réceptions en normal comme en switch. Des qualités que vous aurez plaisir à retrouver sur piste, où son comportement digne d'un pur alpin devrait séduire les amateurs de ride engagé et agressif. 

 

Le montage des fixations sur cette paire de skis implique un perçage et donc une personnalisation du produit. Conformément à l'article L121-20-2 du code de la consommation aucun droit de rétractation ne pourra être exercé sur ce type de produit. 

TECHNICAL INFO :

Type of turns

  • - Multi-turns

Weight of the pair in grams

  • - 3200

Structure - Construction

  • - Symmetrical sandwich construction :

    The combination of a wood core and ABS bi-density sidewalls, brings you lively and powerful skis.

  • - Tri-axial fibre :

    For optimum grip and a better longditudinal flex. You’ll be just as comfortable freeriding as in the park!

  • - Woodcore :

    To give you unrivalled strength and durability, CoreUPT.com skis are made from silver birch wood (10mm laminated timber).

  • - Anti-pop-out under-foot plate :

    CoreUPT wants to help you protect your equipment. This system considerably reduces the risk of your bindings popping out.

Various

  • - Proportionality :

    CoreUPT.com has decided to maintain the original proportions of each of its pro-model skis, and so slightly alters the dimensions of each ski depending on its length. Whatever size you may be, you always ride the exact skis our riders have designed!

  • - Edges :

    90 degree angle, perfect for cutting up the mountain.

  • - Base : thpm :

    Very high density base for an excellent glide, wax retention and resistant to abrasion.

  • - Stone finished :

    Stone finished cross structure for a super fast base no matter what the conditions.

  • - Top-sheet black print :

    For the ultimate in style and to keep the graphics of your skis in perfect condition, CoreUPT.com has chosen a back printed top sheet.

  • - Twin-Tip :

    A perfectly symmetrical shape for a 100% freestyle ride, as efficient in switch as in regular stance.

SizeTip-Waist-Tail (mm)Radius (m)

Specs

Product Name
Coreupt KR Kevin Rolland
Product price
£169.00  instead of  £283.03
  Alpine Ski
Coreupt KR Kevin Rolland
Year 2012
Sizes
Availability

Out of stock Out of stock

Gender

Men Men

Level

Beginner - Intermediate : Occasional rider still learning. Rides only on groomed snow and makes technical mistakes.

 

Advanced : Rides reguarly, feels confident on all kinds of terrains and slopes. Makes very few technical mistakes.

 

Expert : Rider who has excellent technical and physical skills and who rides fast in any conditions.

Expert Expert
Ski category

Piste : ski designed for easy demeanor on pistes with optimal grip on hard snow.

 

Versatile / All-mountain : ski designed for all terrain performance, from groomed slopes to powder fields.

 

Freestyle : Twin-tip ski allowing for switch riding. It makes enhances pivots and makes landings easier.

 

Touring : these skis are lighter and make the climbing easier. Their construction is reinforced and provides optimum grip and safety when downhill conditions are rough.

Freestyle<br/>Park Freestyle
Park

Twin tipped ski with a light construction and a playful character. These skis are designed to let the skier ride switch easily. They’re really easy to pivot and their flexibility makes landings smoother.

Twin tipped ski with a light construction and a playful character. These skis are designed to let the skier ride switch easily. They’re really easy to pivot and their flexibility makes landings smoother.

Advanced ski abilities
 
Piste Score : 4/5
Powder Score : 2/5
Park Score : 4/5
Accessibility Score : 3/5
Interface
None
Construction

There are 3 main types of construction

 

- CAP : The core is wrapped in a cap. This construction brings forgiveness to the ski. It is often featured on entry-of-range piste skis or on wide skis for a great mix between forgiveness and a sturdy core.

 

- Sandwich : The sandwich construction is a standard in terms of quality. This construction incorporates different layers of materials selected according to their specific properties. It delivers grip and stability, but it's generally more demanding.

 

- Minicap Sandwich : The perfect compromise for progression, or for technical skiers. This construction offers excellent carving abilities to the ski while providing forgiveness thanks to the Cap tips, allowing for more relaxed skiing.

Chants droits
Core

The core gives its character to the ski. There are two main types :

 

- The composite core : This injected core is mainly featured on recreational or intermediate skis. It delivers flexibility, forgiveness and lightweight. It's perfect for learning the basics and progress with soft and comfortable skis.

 

- The wood core : It has always been used in the ski constructions and ensures great durability. It is sturdy and reactive. There are many kinds of woods used, all delivering different properties.

 

Cores are reinforced with fibers. The most common one is the fiberglass, well known for its mechanic properties. Other fibers are used, like basalt and aramid, replacing titanal plates. They enhance stiffness and impact absorbtion, and also increase the ski's lightweight.

100% bois
Rocker

A rocker is a rising tip, long and progressive, allowing the ski to float better on powder snow. At the same time, it reduces the actual running length of the ski when it sits flat on the ground which enhances the pivot of the ski and makes it easily manoeuvrable.

 

Rockers are featured on skis tips, and sometimes on tails. That improves the floatation even more, and reduces the running length of the edge for an easier pivot for piste specific skis.

Without Without
Tip No
Tail No
Ski Camber

Camber defines the favorite playground of the ski and gives it its character. There are three main types of camber:

 

- the classic camber : it enhances energy transfers towards the edges and has a bias for pistes. It gives the board more kick and increases pop and reactivity.

 

- the flat camber : it makes the ski pivot easier while providing a good edge grip on your piste runs. It is used for freestyling and riding in the backcountry.

 

- the reverse camber : perfect for deep powder conditions, it enhances the ski floatation and increases pivot. Fat skis often feature this technology, coupled with a double rocker.

Classic Classic
Type of turns

If the radius of a ski is short (10 to 14m on an adult ski), short and sharp turns will be easier. If the radius is longer, it will perform better on larger turns where it'll be more stable (from 18 to 22m on an adult ski).

 

The radius can vary according to the pressure you apply on the edge. That's why you cannot define a radius with one sole turn, it just gives you a general idea of the behaviour of the ski.

Short radii are often associated with liveliness when long radii are synonyms of stability.

Multi-turns Multi-turns
Weight of the pair in grams
3200
Various 1
Undefined
Various 2
Undefined
Shape
Undefined
   

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