Salomon's World Cup ski range offers several models adapted to different snow conditions. The Blue version is made for cold and natural or artificial snow. On this version we have only chosen two sizes adapted to particular sizes and with structures adapted to low temperatures.
What are the characteristics of the Salomon S/Lab Carbon Skate Blue cross-country ski?
For cold and dry snow that doesn't slide much, you might as well put all the chances on your side and have a pair of skis adapted to you. The S/Lab Skate Blue responds when the mercury drops to around -10°C. Very efficient on this type of snow, it shows a dynamic behavior at the end of the thrust thanks to its Nomex construction coated with Thin Ply Carbon Construction braiding. This manufacturing process minimizes the lateral torsion in thrust, so the ski retains all its dynamism and provides a formidable recovery. For this model we have specifically chosen the weight ranges and structures so that it is perfectly suited to the snow conditions and skiers' sizes, so it is important to refer to the size selection help below. The Cold G5 sole is combined with the Cold structure for fantastic efficiency on these particular snow conditions. If you are looking for a specific pair of skis for cold conditions, the S/Lab Carbon Skate Blue is one of the options to consider very seriously, with the recognized gliding quality of Salomon.
Who is the Salomon S/Lab Carbon Skate Blue cross-country ski for?
For a sorted and also specific pair, we're not going to lie, it is intended for connoisseurs and experienced skiers who are looking for a pair of skis to complement their cover for particular conditions. On cold snow it's a sure value.
What are the main qualities of the Salomon S/Lab Carbon Skate Blue cross-country ski?
Glides on cold snow
Help with size selection :
187cm : Announced weight 65KG is suitable for weights between 62 and 68KG
192 cm : Weight announced 75KG suitable for weights between 72 and 78KG