Sporten Stringer 99cm Snow Blade style short ski with Non Release Uni bindings
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Our price £99.99
Includes Standard Non release bindings with leash. Easily adjustable bindings without tools to fit multiple ski boots, UK sizes from Teens/Ladies size 3 - 12 Mens
Minimum height 1.5 mts (approx 4ft 11 inches tall)
Maximum weight 100 kilos (approx 15 stone)
Suitable for all beginners, intermediated and advanced skiers.
- Twin tip design
- 99cms long
- Dimensions 115-85-104
- Radius 6.2 mts
- PU core
- Steel edges
- Wider width underfoot for better performance in soft snow/powder
- Made in the E.U.
- Standard Universal NON release bindings fitted,
Short ski shops opinion............
This wonderful mini ski from Sporten has a bit of everything. It has a wide toe and tail, which gives the Stringer very quick and easy turn initiation on short to medium radius turns. So what does that mean in plain English, it makes you ski like you know what you are doing. You point it and it goes there. The wider middle also gives a half decent performance off-piste too for such a small ski. So from hard packed piste to light powder, this bad boy brings a smorgasbord of features to the alpine table this winter. We sell this ski with the standard NON release binding here and also fitted with a Full Release binding elsewhere on our website.
Who are Sporten?
They are not Johnny come latelys to the ski scene, they are based in the Czech mountains and have been manufacturing skis and snowboards for over 50 years. Apart from making their own label, they manufacture skis for many of the Big Boys in the industry, its a well kept secret, oopps not anymore!
Discount poles offer with this ski too
Add a bag to this order for only £20 and save £20 on the rrp, see luggage section
THE 124CM SKI will fit the 130CM Short ski bag.
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Reviewer: Jeremy from UK
It was very mild in Austria and the snow was turning wet and slushy and I was surprised how much "float" the blades actually provided over this "stuff" equily as good - in fact better - than the Rossignol 160 Bandits I was using as my full length ski. They were also easy to "skate" on the horizontal. They also felt assured on the few icy patches I encountered. So all in all top banana !