RADICAL GS WC PRO IBOX RACING
Used for one season. In good condition.
Skis always carried inside the car so no road grime in the bindings.
Wiped down after each use and wax almost every time out.
Tuned/Ground by Podium Ski Service in Park City at .7/3 last February. Edges are sharp and plenty of structure left. Ready to ski.
Small base repair done by Podium (see photos) has held perfectly.
Rossi/Dynastars are really easy to ski and help young racers progress quickly. They have a partial sheet of metal so the tips and tails are pretty forgiving. My son is staying with the brand but going longer this year.
Radical GS Pro is a junior giant slalom race ski with a smooth, even flex pattern.
Featuring the same sandwich laminate wood core construction as the World Cup GS ski, the Radical GS Pro has more forgiving junior flexes, shorter sizing and a lighter weight I-Box Composite Plate.
The Radical GS Pro features progressive, size-relative flexes to elevate junior athletes to the next competitive level.
Core: WOOD FIBERGLASS(<144)
Camber height: HIGH (144 TO 165)
Rocker height: LOW (144 TO 165)
Camber length: *90%*
Rocker length: *10%*
Tip: CASCADE TIP
Ski Radius: 14m
This ski has high traditional camber for 90% of its length, delivering power as well as excellent snowfeel and grip on the piste.
A slight rocker over the remaining 10%, at the tip, makes turn initiation easier and more controllable.
Piste - Precision - Grip - Power - Speed - Acceleration.
This specific tip construction involves stepping the end-points of the top two layers, one metal and the other fiberglass.
The objective is to reduce tip inertia and weight, giving a ski that is livelier and more receptive.
This construction also delivers better torsional control of the tip, for more effective grip and very high precision in turns.
Liveliness, Grip, Precision, Adaptability.
World Cup i-box composite
The i-Box plate combines a rigid center i-beam, minimizing torsion power loss under the foot.
Two external lifters allow the ski to flex at the extremities, torsionally adapting to the terrain.
Edited by Utagonian - 10/14/15 at 5:56am