Baller swbca Posted March 5 Baller Share Posted March 5 Have combo skis gone past a branded plank designed by the marketing department. We have 30 to 70 year old women guests who grew up skiing but haven't skied for a long time. Are there Combo skies that benefit from new boot and ski technology to make Combos versatile and skiable for skiers who would want to get back on a single ski on the first day ? We had a 20 year male guest - a fairly good skier - try to ski on an old combo slalom we found in our garage and all he could do was fall when he tried to ski like he could at home. In addition to the ski, quality of bindings is a big part . . we don't need 3" of length adjustment with hardware interfering with the rear foot. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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