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The elan Ripstick 88 is an all mountain master that doesn’t mind if it’s hitting mile after mile of piste or skiing top to bottom away from the groomed runs. Amphibio Carbon Line is the key, a combination of innovative designs that uses a wood core reinforced with carbon rods and a very clever asymmetrical rocker. The result is easy handling, amazing versatility and impressive stability whatever the conditions.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type The Ripstick 88 is most at home sharing its time between pistes and all mountain. On groomed runs it’s quick and responsive, keeping up with dedicated piste models and then in the afternoon, when things are cut-up and rough, it leaves them in its wake as the trickier snow presents no problems thanks to the 88m wide waist and stability. Off the pistes it remains just as stable, positively encouraging the skier to search out all different conditions.Skier TypeIntermediates and Advanced skiers, they may have great skills already and are looking for a light, versatile ride, or maybe they are still progressing, and the stability will be the big draw. Heavier, more skilled skiers will prefer a stiffer ski with metal in the construction, but thanks to the carbon rods this Ripstick is firm enough for most skiers.OverviewShapeAn 88mm waist works for a mix of piste and all mountain, feeling responsive on firm snow and nimble in tricky terrain, with enough width when the snow is softer or choppier to still feel stable. The long nose and tail with gradual transition to the widest points make for smooth turn initiation and completion even when conditions are rougher.RockerRipsticks use Amphibio technology, a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreThe Tubelite Woodcore uses two super lightweight carbon tubes inserted into a lightweight laminated wood core. These tubes run the length of the ski following the arc of the sidecut. They provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.ConstructionSST construction uses sidewalls ensure quick, nimble and direct power transmission from the ski to snow as well as providing exceptional torsional rigidity.Key FeaturesAmphibio Carbon Line TechnologyAmphibio Carbon Line technology is a combination of innovations that provide the best balance of lightweight construction with power and performance. Amphibio Carbon Line technology elevates the asymmetrical ski design to the next level by strategically locating carbon reinforcement over the inside edges of the skis to provide more power in the turn. Carbon rods inserted into the woodcore maximize weight savings and overall stability. The end result is an extremely lightweight high-performance ski with uncompromised versatility and smooth handling. Vaportip ReinforcmentVapor inserts are advanced composites integrated into the tip and tail area of the ski’s core. These inserts reduce weight and vibration, dramatically improving stability and ensuring a smooth ride even in the most demanding conditions. Carbon Rod ReinforcementLightweight carbon rods are inserted into the ski and run the length of the ski following the arc of the sidecut. The carbon tubes provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for a material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.eB tester’s comments: Alex (Milton Keynes) Conditions were super varied and they were easy and inspiring to ski in all conditions. A fun yet stable ski that isn't going to crush your legs when you're tired thanks to their relaxed cruisy nature.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1641308810514.213401721308810515.414451801308810517155018818.91620General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|AdvancedRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: Yes [Full Details]
The elan Ripstick 88 is an all mountain master that doesn’t mind if it’s hitting mile after mile of piste or skiing top to bottom away from the groomed runs. Amphibio Carbon Line is the key, a combination of innovative designs that uses a wood core reinforced with carbon rods and a very clever asymmetrical rocker. The result is easy handling, amazing versatility and impressive stability whatever the conditions.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type The Ripstick 88 is most at home sharing its time between pistes and all mountain. On groomed runs it’s quick and responsive, keeping up with dedicated piste models and then in the afternoon, when things are cut-up and rough, it leaves them in its wake as the trickier snow presents no problems thanks to the 88m wide waist and stability. Off the pistes it remains just as stable, positively encouraging the skier to search out all different conditions.Skier TypeIntermediates and Advanced skiers, they may have great skills already and are looking for a light, versatile ride, or maybe they are still progressing, and the stability will be the big draw. Heavier, more skilled skiers will prefer a stiffer ski with metal in the construction, but thanks to the carbon rods this Ripstick is firm enough for most skiers.OverviewShapeAn 88mm waist works for a mix of piste and all mountain, feeling responsive on firm snow and nimble in tricky terrain, with enough width when the snow is softer or choppier to still feel stable. The long nose and tail with gradual transition to the widest points make for smooth turn initiation and completion even when conditions are rougher.RockerRipsticks use Amphibio technology, a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreThe Tubelite Woodcore uses two super lightweight carbon tubes inserted into a lightweight laminated wood core. These tubes run the length of the ski following the arc of the sidecut. They provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.ConstructionSST construction uses sidewalls ensure quick, nimble and direct power transmission from the ski to snow as well as providing exceptional torsional rigidity.Key FeaturesAmphibio Carbon Line TechnologyAmphibio Carbon Line technology is a combination of innovations that provide the best balance of lightweight construction with power and performance. Amphibio Carbon Line technology elevates the asymmetrical ski design to the next level by strategically locating carbon reinforcement over the inside edges of the skis to provide more power in the turn. Carbon rods inserted into the woodcore maximize weight savings and overall stability. The end result is an extremely lightweight high-performance ski with uncompromised versatility and smooth handling. Vaportip ReinforcmentVapor inserts are advanced composites integrated into the tip and tail area of the ski’s core. These inserts reduce weight and vibration, dramatically improving stability and ensuring a smooth ride even in the most demanding conditions. Carbon Rod ReinforcementLightweight carbon rods are inserted into the ski and run the length of the ski following the arc of the sidecut. The carbon tubes provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for a material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.eB tester’s comments: Alex (Milton Keynes) Conditions were super varied and they were easy and inspiring to ski in all conditions. A fun yet stable ski that isn't going to crush your legs when you're tired thanks to their relaxed cruisy nature.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1641308810514.213401721308810515.414451801308810517155018818.91620General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|AdvancedRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: Yes [Full Details]
The elan Ripstick 88 is an all mountain master that doesn’t mind if it’s hitting mile after mile of piste or skiing top to bottom away from the groomed runs. Amphibio Carbon Line is the key, a combination of innovative designs that uses a wood core reinforced with carbon rods and a very clever asymmetrical rocker. The result is easy handling, amazing versatility and impressive stability whatever the conditions.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type The Ripstick 88 is most at home sharing its time between pistes and all mountain. On groomed runs it’s quick and responsive, keeping up with dedicated piste models and then in the afternoon, when things are cut-up and rough, it leaves them in its wake as the trickier snow presents no problems thanks to the 88m wide waist and stability. Off the pistes it remains just as stable, positively encouraging the skier to search out all different conditions.Skier TypeIntermediates and Advanced skiers, they may have great skills already and are looking for a light, versatile ride, or maybe they are still progressing, and the stability will be the big draw. Heavier, more skilled skiers will prefer a stiffer ski with metal in the construction, but thanks to the carbon rods this Ripstick is firm enough for most skiers.OverviewShapeAn 88mm waist works for a mix of piste and all mountain, feeling responsive on firm snow and nimble in tricky terrain, with enough width when the snow is softer or choppier to still feel stable. The long nose and tail with gradual transition to the widest points make for smooth turn initiation and completion even when conditions are rougher.RockerRipsticks use Amphibio technology, a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreThe Tubelite Woodcore uses two super lightweight carbon tubes inserted into a lightweight laminated wood core. These tubes run the length of the ski following the arc of the sidecut. They provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.ConstructionSST construction uses sidewalls ensure quick, nimble and direct power transmission from the ski to snow as well as providing exceptional torsional rigidity.Key FeaturesAmphibio Carbon Line TechnologyAmphibio Carbon Line technology is a combination of innovations that provide the best balance of lightweight construction with power and performance. Amphibio Carbon Line technology elevates the asymmetrical ski design to the next level by strategically locating carbon reinforcement over the inside edges of the skis to provide more power in the turn. Carbon rods inserted into the woodcore maximize weight savings and overall stability. The end result is an extremely lightweight high-performance ski with uncompromised versatility and smooth handling. Vaportip ReinforcmentVapor inserts are advanced composites integrated into the tip and tail area of the ski’s core. These inserts reduce weight and vibration, dramatically improving stability and ensuring a smooth ride even in the most demanding conditions. Carbon Rod ReinforcementLightweight carbon rods are inserted into the ski and run the length of the ski following the arc of the sidecut. The carbon tubes provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for a material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.eB tester’s comments: Alex (Milton Keynes) Conditions were super varied and they were easy and inspiring to ski in all conditions. A fun yet stable ski that isn't going to crush your legs when you're tired thanks to their relaxed cruisy nature.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1641308810514.213401721308810515.414451801308810517155018818.91620General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|AdvancedRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: Yes [Full Details]
The elan Ripstick 88 W is a very worthy winner of our runner-up award for all mountain skis. It’s an all mountain master that doesn’t mind if it’s hitting mile after mile of piste or skiing top to bottom away from the groomed runs. Amphibio Carbon Line is the key, a combination of innovative designs that uses a wood core reinforced with carbon rods and a very clever asymmetrical rocker. The result is easy handling, amazing versatility and impressive stability whatever the conditions.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type The Ripstick 88 W is most at home sharing its time between pistes and all mountain. On groomed runs it’s quick and responsive, keeping up with dedicated piste models and then in the afternoon, when things are cut-up and rough, it leaves them in its wake as the trickier snow presents no problems thanks to the 88m wide waist and stability. Off the pistes it remains just as stable, positively encouraging the skier to search out all different conditions.Skier TypeIntermediates and Advanced skiers, they may have great skills already and are looking for a light, versatile ride, or maybe they are still progressing, and the stability will be the big draw. Heavier, more skilled skiers will prefer a stiffer ski with metal in the construction, but thanks to the carbon rods this Ripstick is firm enough for most skiers.OverviewShapeAn 88mm waist works for a mix of piste and all mountain, feeling responsive on firm snow and nimble in tricky terrain, with enough width when the snow is softer or choppier to still feel stable. The long nose and tail with gradual transition to the widest points make for smooth turn initiation and completion even when conditions are rougher.RockerRipsticks use Amphibio technology, a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreThe Tubelite Woodcore uses two super lightweight carbon tubes inserted into a lightweight laminated wood core. These tubes run the length of the ski following the arc of the sidecut. They provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.ConstructionSST construction uses sidewalls ensure quick, nimble and direct power transmission from the ski to snow as well as providing exceptional torsional rigidity.Key FeaturesAmphibio Carbon Line TechnologyAmphibio Carbon Line technology is a combination of innovations that provide the best balance of lightweight construction with power and performance. Amphibio Carbon Line technology elevates the asymmetrical ski design to the next level by strategically locating carbon reinforcement over the inside edges of the skis to provide more power in the turn. Carbon rods inserted into the woodcore maximize weight savings and overall stability. The end result is an extremely lightweight high-performance ski with uncompromised versatility and smooth handling. Vaportip ReinforcmentVapor inserts are advanced composites integrated into the tip and tail area of the ski’s core. These inserts reduce weight and vibration, dramatically improving stability and ensuring a smooth ride even in the most demanding conditions. Carbon Rod ReinforcementLightweight carbon rods are inserted into the ski and run the length of the ski following the arc of the sidecut. The carbon tubes provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for a material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.eB tester’s comments: Claire (Milton Keynes) The technology in this ski is really noticeable with how it helps you into the turn. Moving edge to edge felt so easy.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1541308810513.713201621308810514.21340General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|AdvancedRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: Yes [Full Details]
The Ripstick 94W has quietly been making a name for itself as one of the very best women’s skis out there. It’s a freeride ski that is truly happy everywhere on the mountain from groomed pistes to fresh powder, with bumps, trees, slush and anything else in between. The key is the lightweight design and asymmetric Amphibio construction. There is a distinct left and right ski with more camber on the inside edge and increased rocker on the outside; the result is grip on firm snow and ease of use in soft conditions. Carbon reinforcement on the inside improves the precision and edge hold. Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type This a great example of a freeride ski, capable of skiing anywhere on the mountain, not just powder or mainly firm conditions, but everywhere. That said, every ski has a certain things it does especially well and, in this case, Ripsticks shine brightest in softer conditions. It’s got the wdith and shape to work really well in soft snow, with good float and easy handling. The Amphibio asymmetric camber/rocker aids the edge hold and feeling of positivity on pistes without making the ski any harder to use. There’s no metal in the ski so to strengthen grip on hard snow the new Amphibio Line Technology uses carbon reinforcement along the inside edge to improve the stiffness. The flex feels great on pretty much all terrain, with only the steepest, firmest runs needing more care. Thanks to it being relatively lightweight, mounting it with a BC binding is an option if you want to do the occasional trip away from the lifts. Skier TypeThe Ripstick is aimed squarely at advanced skiers wanting an all mountain option, maybe as a single ski quiver or maybe as a second ski to compliment a piste model. There’s no metal so it won’t suit the heaviest or most powerful skiers but, thanks to clever design, it isn’t tricky to use. It does reward good technique with precision and stabilty to take it anywhere OverviewShape94mm in the waist is a key part of what makes this a ski for those who want ultimate versatility. It’s wide enough to handle powder, yet narrow enough in the waist to grip and rip on the frontside. The re-shaped tip and tail taper design keep it feeling comfortable in every turn shape, on any surface. The relatively long nose and tail provide fogiveness and stability.RockerRipsticks use Amphibio technology, a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreThe Tubelite Woodcore uses two super lightweight carbon tubes inserted into a lightweight laminated wood core. These tubes run the length of the ski following the arc of the sidecut. They provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.ConstructionSST construction uses sidewalls ensure quick, nimble and direct power transmission from the ski to snow as well as providing exceptional torsional rigidity.Key FeaturesAmphibio Carbon Line TechnologyAmphibio Carbon Line technology is a combination of innovations that provide the best balance of lightweight construction with power and performance. Amphibio Carbon Line technology elevates the asymmetrical ski design to the next level by strategically locating carbon reinforcement over the inside edges of the skis to provide more power in the turn. Carbon rods inserted into the woodcore maximize weight savings and overall stability. The end result is an extremely lightweight high-performance ski with uncompromised versatility and smooth handling. Vaportip ReinforcmentVapor inserts are advanced composites integrated into the tip and tail area of the ski’s core. These inserts reduce weight and vibration, dramatically improving stability and ensuring a smooth ride even in the most demanding conditions. eB tester’s comments: Ailsa (Fort William) I’d heard a lot of good things about this ski and it totally lived up to expectation and then some. It didn’t matter what I took it on, it felt secure and made me feel like I was flying!Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)15413194107141390162133941081514601701369411016.21570General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: Yes [Full Details]
The Ripstick 94W has quietly been making a name for itself as one of the very best women’s skis out there. It’s a freeride ski that is truly happy everywhere on the mountain from groomed pistes to fresh powder, with bumps, trees, slush and anything else in between. The key is the lightweight design and asymmetric Amphibio construction. There is a distinct left and right ski with more camber on the inside edge and increased rocker on the outside; the result is grip on firm snow and ease of use in soft conditions. Carbon reinforcement on the inside improves the precision and edge hold. Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type This a great example of a freeride ski, capable of skiing anywhere on the mountain, not just powder or mainly firm conditions, but everywhere. That said, every ski has a certain things it does especially well and, in this case, Ripsticks shine brightest in softer conditions. It’s got the wdith and shape to work really well in soft snow, with good float and easy handling. The Amphibio asymmetric camber/rocker aids the edge hold and feeling of positivity on pistes without making the ski any harder to use. There’s no metal in the ski so to strengthen grip on hard snow the new Amphibio Line Technology uses carbon reinforcement along the inside edge to improve the stiffness. The flex feels great on pretty much all terrain, with only the steepest, firmest runs needing more care. Thanks to it being relatively lightweight, mounting it with a BC binding is an option if you want to do the occasional trip away from the lifts. Skier TypeThe Ripstick is aimed squarely at advanced skiers wanting an all mountain option, maybe as a single ski quiver or maybe as a second ski to compliment a piste model. There’s no metal so it won’t suit the heaviest or most powerful skiers but, thanks to clever design, it isn’t tricky to use. It does reward good technique with precision and stabilty to take it anywhere OverviewShape94mm in the waist is a key part of what makes this a ski for those who want ultimate versatility. It’s wide enough to handle powder, yet narrow enough in the waist to grip and rip on the frontside. The re-shaped tip and tail taper design keep it feeling comfortable in every turn shape, on any surface. The relatively long nose and tail provide fogiveness and stability.RockerRipsticks use Amphibio technology, a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreThe Tubelite Woodcore uses two super lightweight carbon tubes inserted into a lightweight laminated wood core. These tubes run the length of the ski following the arc of the sidecut. They provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.ConstructionSST construction uses sidewalls ensure quick, nimble and direct power transmission from the ski to snow as well as providing exceptional torsional rigidity.Key FeaturesAmphibio Carbon Line TechnologyAmphibio Carbon Line technology is a combination of innovations that provide the best balance of lightweight construction with power and performance. Amphibio Carbon Line technology elevates the asymmetrical ski design to the next level by strategically locating carbon reinforcement over the inside edges of the skis to provide more power in the turn. Carbon rods inserted into the woodcore maximize weight savings and overall stability. The end result is an extremely lightweight high-performance ski with uncompromised versatility and smooth handling. Vaportip ReinforcmentVapor inserts are advanced composites integrated into the tip and tail area of the ski’s core. These inserts reduce weight and vibration, dramatically improving stability and ensuring a smooth ride even in the most demanding conditions. eB tester’s comments: Ailsa (Fort William) I’d heard a lot of good things about this ski and it totally lived up to expectation and then some. It didn’t matter what I took it on, it felt secure and made me feel like I was flying!Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)15413194107141390162133941081514601701369411016.21570General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: Yes [Full Details]
The Ripstick 94W has quietly been making a name for itself as one of the very best women’s skis out there. It’s a freeride ski that is truly happy everywhere on the mountain from groomed pistes to fresh powder, with bumps, trees, slush and anything else in between. The key is the lightweight design and asymmetric Amphibio construction. There is a distinct left and right ski with more camber on the inside edge and increased rocker on the outside; the result is grip on firm snow and ease of use in soft conditions. Carbon reinforcement on the inside improves the precision and edge hold. Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type This a great example of a freeride ski, capable of skiing anywhere on the mountain, not just powder or mainly firm conditions, but everywhere. That said, every ski has a certain things it does especially well and, in this case, Ripsticks shine brightest in softer conditions. It’s got the wdith and shape to work really well in soft snow, with good float and easy handling. The Amphibio asymmetric camber/rocker aids the edge hold and feeling of positivity on pistes without making the ski any harder to use. There’s no metal in the ski so to strengthen grip on hard snow the new Amphibio Line Technology uses carbon reinforcement along the inside edge to improve the stiffness. The flex feels great on pretty much all terrain, with only the steepest, firmest runs needing more care. Thanks to it being relatively lightweight, mounting it with a BC binding is an option if you want to do the occasional trip away from the lifts. Skier TypeThe Ripstick is aimed squarely at advanced skiers wanting an all mountain option, maybe as a single ski quiver or maybe as a second ski to compliment a piste model. There’s no metal so it won’t suit the heaviest or most powerful skiers but, thanks to clever design, it isn’t tricky to use. It does reward good technique with precision and stabilty to take it anywhere OverviewShape94mm in the waist is a key part of what makes this a ski for those who want ultimate versatility. It’s wide enough to handle powder, yet narrow enough in the waist to grip and rip on the frontside. The re-shaped tip and tail taper design keep it feeling comfortable in every turn shape, on any surface. The relatively long nose and tail provide fogiveness and stability.RockerRipsticks use Amphibio technology, a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreThe Tubelite Woodcore uses two super lightweight carbon tubes inserted into a lightweight laminated wood core. These tubes run the length of the ski following the arc of the sidecut. They provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.ConstructionSST construction uses sidewalls ensure quick, nimble and direct power transmission from the ski to snow as well as providing exceptional torsional rigidity.Key FeaturesAmphibio Carbon Line TechnologyAmphibio Carbon Line technology is a combination of innovations that provide the best balance of lightweight construction with power and performance. Amphibio Carbon Line technology elevates the asymmetrical ski design to the next level by strategically locating carbon reinforcement over the inside edges of the skis to provide more power in the turn. Carbon rods inserted into the woodcore maximize weight savings and overall stability. The end result is an extremely lightweight high-performance ski with uncompromised versatility and smooth handling. Vaportip ReinforcmentVapor inserts are advanced composites integrated into the tip and tail area of the ski’s core. These inserts reduce weight and vibration, dramatically improving stability and ensuring a smooth ride even in the most demanding conditions. eB tester’s comments: Ailsa (Fort William) I’d heard a lot of good things about this ski and it totally lived up to expectation and then some. It didn’t matter what I took it on, it felt secure and made me feel like I was flying!Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)15413194107141390162133941081514601701369411016.21570General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: Yes [Full Details]
elan’s excellent Ripsticksare category bench marks, shining everywhere on the mountain and stacked with effective design. Possibly the most impressive feature is Amphibio Carbon Line Technology that places carbon inserts over the inside edges of the ski for improved grip and precision without over-stiffening the ski or adding excess weight. The clever Amphibio rocker technology uses camber on the inside edge and rocker on the outside, giving the ski excellent edge hold on firmer snow and easy manoeuvrability when off-piste. This is a previous ellis Brigham category winning Ski of the Year. Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type This a great example of a freeride ski, capable of skiing anywhere on the mountain, not just powder or mainly firm conditions, but everywhere. That said, every ski has a certain things it does especially well and, in this case, Ripsticks shine brightest in softer conditions. It’s got the wdith and shape to work really well in soft snow, with good float and easy handling. The Amphibio asymmetric camber/rocker aids the edge hold and feeling of positivity on pistes without making the ski any harder to use. There’s no metal in the ski so to strengthen grip on hard snow the new Amphibio Line Technology uses carbon reinforcement along the inside edge to improve the stiffness. The flex feels great on pretty much all terrain, with only the steepest, firmest runs needing more care. Thanks to it being relatively lightweight, mounting it with a BC binding is an option if you want to do the occasional trip away from the lifts. Skier TypeThe Ripstick is aimed squarely at advanced skiers wanting an all mountain option, maybe as a single ski quiver or maybe as a second ski to compliment a piste model. There’s no metal so it won’t suit the heaviest or most powerful skiers but, thanks to clever design, it isn’t tricky to use. It does reward good technique with precision and stabilty to take it anywhere OverviewShape96mm in the waist is a key part of what makes this a ski for those who want ultimate versatility. It’s wide enough to handle powder yet narrow enough in the waist to grip and rip on the frontside. The re-shaped tip and tail taper design keep it feeling comfortable in every turn shape, on any surface. The relatively long nose and tail provide forgiveness and stability.RockerRipsticks use Amphibio technology, a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreThe Tubelite Woodcore uses two super lightweight carbon tubes inserted into a lightweight laminated wood core. These tubes run the length of the ski following the arc of the sidecut. They provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.ConstructionSST construction uses sidewalls ensure quick, nimble and direct power transmission from the ski to snow as well as providing exceptional torsional rigidity.Key FeaturesAmphibio Carbon Line TechnologyAmphibio Carbon Line technology is a combination of innovations that provide the best balance of lightweight construction with power and performance. Amphibio Carbon Line technology elevates the asymmetrical ski design to the next level by strategically locating carbon reinforcement over the inside edges of the skis to provide more power in the turn. Carbon rods inserted into the woodcore maximize weight savings and overall stability. The end result is an extremely lightweight high-performance ski with uncompromised versatility and smooth handling. Vaportip ReinforcmentVapor inserts are advanced composites integrated into the tip and tail area of the ski’s core. These inserts reduce weight and vibration, dramatically improving stability and ensuring a smooth ride even in the most demanding conditions. eB tester’s comments: Luke (Buying Team) I’ve always been a fan of the Ripstick, finding it nicely forgiving and confidence boosting. The new version does feel stiffer with better grip, in a positive way. Better skiers can charge more now but it still has the element of forgiveness for those who sometimes want to wash out turns.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1721369511016.21615180136961101816501881369611019.51790General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: Yes [Full Details]
elan’s excellent Ripsticksare category bench marks, shining everywhere on the mountain and stacked with effective design. Possibly the most impressive feature is Amphibio Carbon Line Technology that places carbon inserts over the inside edges of the ski for improved grip and precision without over-stiffening the ski or adding excess weight. The clever Amphibio rocker technology uses camber on the inside edge and rocker on the outside, giving the ski excellent edge hold on firmer snow and easy manoeuvrability when off-piste. This is a previous ellis Brigham category winning Ski of the Year. Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type This a great example of a freeride ski, capable of skiing anywhere on the mountain, not just powder or mainly firm conditions, but everywhere. That said, every ski has a certain things it does especially well and, in this case, Ripsticks shine brightest in softer conditions. It’s got the wdith and shape to work really well in soft snow, with good float and easy handling. The Amphibio asymmetric camber/rocker aids the edge hold and feeling of positivity on pistes without making the ski any harder to use. There’s no metal in the ski so to strengthen grip on hard snow the new Amphibio Line Technology uses carbon reinforcement along the inside edge to improve the stiffness. The flex feels great on pretty much all terrain, with only the steepest, firmest runs needing more care. Thanks to it being relatively lightweight, mounting it with a BC binding is an option if you want to do the occasional trip away from the lifts. Skier TypeThe Ripstick is aimed squarely at advanced skiers wanting an all mountain option, maybe as a single ski quiver or maybe as a second ski to compliment a piste model. There’s no metal so it won’t suit the heaviest or most powerful skiers but, thanks to clever design, it isn’t tricky to use. It does reward good technique with precision and stabilty to take it anywhere OverviewShape96mm in the waist is a key part of what makes this a ski for those who want ultimate versatility. It’s wide enough to handle powder yet narrow enough in the waist to grip and rip on the frontside. The re-shaped tip and tail taper design keep it feeling comfortable in every turn shape, on any surface. The relatively long nose and tail provide forgiveness and stability.RockerRipsticks use Amphibio technology, a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreThe Tubelite Woodcore uses two super lightweight carbon tubes inserted into a lightweight laminated wood core. These tubes run the length of the ski following the arc of the sidecut. They provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.ConstructionSST construction uses sidewalls ensure quick, nimble and direct power transmission from the ski to snow as well as providing exceptional torsional rigidity.Key FeaturesAmphibio Carbon Line TechnologyAmphibio Carbon Line technology is a combination of innovations that provide the best balance of lightweight construction with power and performance. Amphibio Carbon Line technology elevates the asymmetrical ski design to the next level by strategically locating carbon reinforcement over the inside edges of the skis to provide more power in the turn. Carbon rods inserted into the woodcore maximize weight savings and overall stability. The end result is an extremely lightweight high-performance ski with uncompromised versatility and smooth handling. Vaportip ReinforcmentVapor inserts are advanced composites integrated into the tip and tail area of the ski’s core. These inserts reduce weight and vibration, dramatically improving stability and ensuring a smooth ride even in the most demanding conditions. eB tester’s comments: Luke (Buying Team) I’ve always been a fan of the Ripstick, finding it nicely forgiving and confidence boosting. The new version does feel stiffer with better grip, in a positive way. Better skiers can charge more now but it still has the element of forgiveness for those who sometimes want to wash out turns.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1721369511016.21615180136961101816501881369611019.51790General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: Yes [Full Details]
The Ripstick Tour 88W is the epitome of the modern touring ski: light on the uphill, stable on the down and with the handling of a freeride model. This is all thanks to elan’s clever engineering with light weight materials blended with modern construction such as the tubes of the Carbon Bridge Technology that give the ski a playful rebound with smooth energy. The Amphibio design of different rocker and camber on the inside and outside profiles works perfectly with the shaping to provide effortless handling whether the snow is soft or chopped and heavy. Mount this with a pin set up for an extraordinarily light yet high-performance ski.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type It’s an all-rounder: smooth and flowing when the snow is fresh; responsive and precise when it gets firmer. The width means it prefers firmer or less deep snow as it doesn’t have the float of some of the wider models, but the dimensions do mean it is nimble and quicker to respond.Skier TypeIt’s a light ski but it doesn’t lack in performance so it can be pushed hard, yet the shape ensures it is never demanding to ski. Perfect for a mix of abilities from good intermediates to expert skiers.OverviewShapeThe relatively long taper on the tip and tail give the ski comfortable handling whatever the conditions and create effortless turn initiation and release. 88mm in the waist is ideal for touring where the snow is less likely to reach bottomless levels, meaning it is lighter and performs better when conditions aren’t so deep or fresh. It does have enough width and the shape and technology still mean it will float and ski smoothly if you do find untracked snow.RockerRipsticks use Amphibio technology, a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreThe Tubelite Woodcore uses a super lightweight carbon tube inserted into a lightweight laminated wood core. The tube runs the length of the ski and provides torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.ConstructionThe 360 Degree Sidewall saves weight and ensures good power transfer and precision. Pyramidal shaped sidewalls are positioned throughout the whole length of the ski, to increase vibration absorption and high-speed stability. Carbon is used in the layup as it’s lightweight, strong and provides additional support and reinforcement. Fibreglass reinforcement optimises the flex pattern and enhances torsional rigidity of the ski.Key FeaturesCarbon Bridge TechnologyNext level stability. Carbon Bridge Technology is a revolutionary solution where a single carbon rod placed on the upper part of the ski provides stability, dampening and vibration absorption through the tip.Amphibio ProfileAmphibio technology is a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. Amphibio skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability – while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.360 Degree Sidewall360 Degree Sidewall is a unique and effective sidewall solution to maximise performance while keeping the weight low. Pyramidal shaped sidewall are positioned throughout the whole body of the ski, to increase vibration absorption and high-speed stability.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1561278810514.810701631278810615.61150General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: No [Full Details]
The Ripstick Tour 88W is the epitome of the modern touring ski: light on the uphill, stable on the down and with the handling of a freeride model. This is all thanks to elan’s clever engineering with light weight materials blended with modern construction such as the tubes of the Carbon Bridge Technology that give the ski a playful rebound with smooth energy. The Amphibio design of different rocker and camber on the inside and outside profiles works perfectly with the shaping to provide effortless handling whether the snow is soft or chopped and heavy. Mount this with a pin set up for an extraordinarily light yet high-performance ski.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type It’s an all-rounder: smooth and flowing when the snow is fresh; responsive and precise when it gets firmer. The width means it prefers firmer or less deep snow as it doesn’t have the float of some of the wider models, but the dimensions do mean it is nimble and quicker to respond.Skier TypeIt’s a light ski but it doesn’t lack in performance so it can be pushed hard, yet the shape ensures it is never demanding to ski. Perfect for a mix of abilities from good intermediates to expert skiers.OverviewShapeThe relatively long taper on the tip and tail give the ski comfortable handling whatever the conditions and create effortless turn initiation and release. 88mm in the waist is ideal for touring where the snow is less likely to reach bottomless levels, meaning it is lighter and performs better when conditions aren’t so deep or fresh. It does have enough width and the shape and technology still mean it will float and ski smoothly if you do find untracked snow.RockerRipsticks use Amphibio technology, a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreThe Tubelite Woodcore uses a super lightweight carbon tube inserted into a lightweight laminated wood core. The tube runs the length of the ski and provides torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.ConstructionThe 360 Degree Sidewall saves weight and ensures good power transfer and precision. Pyramidal shaped sidewalls are positioned throughout the whole length of the ski, to increase vibration absorption and high-speed stability. Carbon is used in the layup as it’s lightweight, strong and provides additional support and reinforcement. Fibreglass reinforcement optimises the flex pattern and enhances torsional rigidity of the ski.Key FeaturesCarbon Bridge TechnologyNext level stability. Carbon Bridge Technology is a revolutionary solution where a single carbon rod placed on the upper part of the ski provides stability, dampening and vibration absorption through the tip.Amphibio ProfileAmphibio technology is a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. Amphibio skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability – while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.360 Degree Sidewall360 Degree Sidewall is a unique and effective sidewall solution to maximise performance while keeping the weight low. Pyramidal shaped sidewall are positioned throughout the whole body of the ski, to increase vibration absorption and high-speed stability.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1561278810514.810701631278810615.61150General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: No [Full Details]
Making a ski that has downhill performance but is lightweight for the uphill is not straightforward but with their technical knowledge and manufacturing experience, elan are perfectly positioned to do it. The starting point was the award winning Ripstick freeride line which are already fairly light models, then working with existing innovations and tweaking them to reduce the weight even further. The result is the Ripstick Tour skis and the 94 is the bullseye model – versatile, high-performing and easy to use. 94mm underfoot works in a variety of conditions and the mix of Carbon Bridge, Tubelite Woodcore and Amphibio Technology provides lightweight performance whatever the terrain or speed.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type It’s an all rounder: smooth and flowing when the snow is fresh; responsive and precise when it gets firmer. You could take this ski anywhere and not be dissapointed thanks to it’s versatile shape and innovative technologies.Skier TypeIt’s a light ski but it doesn’t lack in performance so it can be pushed hard, yet the shape ensures it is never demanding to ski. Perfect for advanced and expert skiers wanting versatility.OverviewShape94mm in the waist hits the sweet spot for a BC ski that has to work everywhere, wide enough to float in softer snow and narrow enough to remain nimble when things get tighter or fimer. The relatively long taper on the tip and tail give the ski comfortable handling whatever the conditions and create smooth turn initiation and release.RockerRipsticks use Amphibio technology, a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreThe Tubelite Woodcore uses a super lightweight carbon tube inserted into a lightweight laminated wood core. The tube runs the length of the ski and provides torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.ConstructionThe 360o Sidewall saves weight and ensures good power transfer and precision. Carbon is used in the layup as it’s lightweight, strong and provides additional support and reinforcement. Fibreglass reinforcement optimises the flex pattern and enhances torsional rigidity of the ski.Key FeaturesCarbon Bridge TechnologyNext level stability. Carbon Bridge Technology is a revolutionary solution where a single carbon rod placed on the upper part of the ski provides stability, dampening and vibration absorption through the tip.Amphibio ProfileAmphibio technology is a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. Amphibio skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability – while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.360o Sidewall360o Sidewall is a unique and effective sidewall solution to maximise performance while keeping the weight low. Pyramidal shaped sidewall are positioned throughout the whole body of the ski, to increase vibration absorption and high-speed stability.Technical SpecificationsSize (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1641299410913.71230 +/-801711299410915.61300 +/-801781299410917.41380 +/-801851299410919.41450 +/-80General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate/Advanced/expertTerrain Type: BackcountryRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: N/ASizing Description: Go shorter for reduced weight and quicker climbing properties, chose a longer length for more floatation and stability. [Full Details]
Stable, smooth and precise yet still playful, the Black edition is one the most impressive and versatile skis on the mountain. Using the same platform as the excellent Ripstick 96, it builds on this by increasing the amount of carbon and using QuadRod technology in the core, resulting in better precision and edge grip with no significant extra weight. On hardpack it is powerful and confident, in soft snow it floats and handle like a true freeride thoroughbred, all the time with the most effortless handling and control.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type This a great example of a freeride ski, capable of skiing anywhere on the mountain, not just powder or mainly firm conditions, but everywhere. Taking everything that is good about the standard Ripstick and by adding extra carbon and QuadRod technology, the Black edition adds an extra level of performance with increased precision, grip and response. It's got the width and shape to work really well in soft snow, with good float and easy handling. The Amphibio asymmetric camber/rocker aids the edge hold and feeling of positivity on pistes without making the ski any harder to use. There's no metal in the ski but thanks to Amphibio Carbon Line it doesn’t need it for hard snow performance. The flex feels perfect on all terrain, even on the steepest, firmest runs the Black edition still delivers. Thanks to it being relatively lightweight, mounting it with a BC binding is an option if you want to do the occasional trip away from the lifts. Skier TypeThe Ripstick is aimed at advanced and expert skiers wanting a freeride option, maybe as a single ski quiver or maybe as a second ski to compliment a piste model. There's no metal but the use of the Amphibio Carbon Line technology means it still delivers the precision that the best skiers demand and thanks to clever design, it isn't tricky to use. OverviewShape96mm in the waist is a key part of what makes this a true freeride ski that can double as an all mountain model for those who want ultimate versatility. It's wide enough to handle powder, yet narrow enough in the waist to grip and rip on the frontside. The tip and tail taper design keeps it feeling comfortable in every turn shape, on any surface. The relatively long nose and tail provide forgiveness and stability.RockerRipsticks use Amphibio technology, a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreThe Tubelite Woodcore uses two super lightweight carbon tubes inserted into a lightweight laminated wood core. These tubes run the length of the ski following the arc of the sidecut. They provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability. expanding on this for the Black edition skis is QuadRod reinforcement, two additional carbon rods in the centre of the ski, one in the tip and one in the tail. This delivers next level smoothness and grip, with a natural flex pattern for the perfect blend of playful, yet powerful performance.ConstructionSST construction uses sidewalls ensure quick, nimble and direct power transmission from the ski to snow as well as providing exceptional torsional rigidity.Key FeaturesAmphibio Carbon Line TechnologyAmphibio Carbon Line technology is a combination of innovations that provide the best balance of lightweight construction with power and performance. Amphibio Carbon Line technology elevates the asymmetrical ski design to the next level by strategically locating carbon reinforcement over the inside edges of the skis providing more power in the turn, while carbon rods inserted into the woodcore maximize weight savings and overall stability. The end result is an extremely lightweight high-performance ski with uncompromised versatility and smooth performance.100% Recycled VaporTip ReinforcementVaporTip inserts are advanced composites integrated into the tip and tail area of the ski's core. These inserts reduce weight and vibration, dramatically improving stability and ensuring a smooth ride even in the most demanding conditions. Using 100% recycled materials in the components of their products is an approach elan take to reduce waste. Completely recycled polyethylene terephthalate (PeT), the main ingredient in plastic bottles, is processed into high-performance foam materials that are light, strong and used in the VaporTip reinforcement.Tester CommentsSteve (Buying Team) You can definitely feel the upgrade with the extra carbon fibre. There's more power, more precision, just more performance. Stronger skiers will definitely appreciate the difference.Technical SpecificationsSize (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1721369611016.21670 +/-5018013696110181710 +/-501881369611019.51850 +/-50General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced/expertTerrain Type: FreerideRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: NoSizing Description: Forehead to over head height. The increased length ensures better grip, stability and floatation and is essential to making the ski work to its full potential. Large rockers at the tip mean it is important not to size down. [Full Details]
Stable, smooth and precise yet still playful, the Black edition is one the most impressive and versatile skis on the mountain. Using the same platform as the excellent Ripstick 96, it builds on this by increasing the amount of carbon and using QuadRod technology in the core, resulting in better precision and edge grip with no significant extra weight. On hardpack it is powerful and confident, in soft snow it floats and handle like a true freeride thoroughbred, all the time with the most effortless handling and control.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type This a great example of a freeride ski, capable of skiing anywhere on the mountain, not just powder or mainly firm conditions, but everywhere. Taking everything that is good about the standard Ripstick and by adding extra carbon and QuadRod technology, the Black edition adds an extra level of performance with increased precision, grip and response. It's got the width and shape to work really well in soft snow, with good float and easy handling. The Amphibio asymmetric camber/rocker aids the edge hold and feeling of positivity on pistes without making the ski any harder to use. There's no metal in the ski but thanks to Amphibio Carbon Line it doesn’t need it for hard snow performance. The flex feels perfect on all terrain, even on the steepest, firmest runs the Black edition still delivers. Thanks to it being relatively lightweight, mounting it with a BC binding is an option if you want to do the occasional trip away from the lifts. Skier TypeThe Ripstick is aimed at advanced and expert skiers wanting a freeride option, maybe as a single ski quiver or maybe as a second ski to compliment a piste model. There's no metal but the use of the Amphibio Carbon Line technology means it still delivers the precision that the best skiers demand and thanks to clever design, it isn't tricky to use. OverviewShape96mm in the waist is a key part of what makes this a true freeride ski that can double as an all mountain model for those who want ultimate versatility. It's wide enough to handle powder, yet narrow enough in the waist to grip and rip on the frontside. The tip and tail taper design keeps it feeling comfortable in every turn shape, on any surface. The relatively long nose and tail provide forgiveness and stability.RockerRipsticks use Amphibio technology, a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreThe Tubelite Woodcore uses two super lightweight carbon tubes inserted into a lightweight laminated wood core. These tubes run the length of the ski following the arc of the sidecut. They provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability. expanding on this for the Black edition skis is QuadRod reinforcement, two additional carbon rods in the centre of the ski, one in the tip and one in the tail. This delivers next level smoothness and grip, with a natural flex pattern for the perfect blend of playful, yet powerful performance.ConstructionSST construction uses sidewalls ensure quick, nimble and direct power transmission from the ski to snow as well as providing exceptional torsional rigidity.Key FeaturesAmphibio Carbon Line TechnologyAmphibio Carbon Line technology is a combination of innovations that provide the best balance of lightweight construction with power and performance. Amphibio Carbon Line technology elevates the asymmetrical ski design to the next level by strategically locating carbon reinforcement over the inside edges of the skis providing more power in the turn, while carbon rods inserted into the woodcore maximize weight savings and overall stability. The end result is an extremely lightweight high-performance ski with uncompromised versatility and smooth performance.100% Recycled VaporTip ReinforcementVaporTip inserts are advanced composites integrated into the tip and tail area of the ski's core. These inserts reduce weight and vibration, dramatically improving stability and ensuring a smooth ride even in the most demanding conditions. Using 100% recycled materials in the components of their products is an approach elan take to reduce waste. Completely recycled polyethylene terephthalate (PeT), the main ingredient in plastic bottles, is processed into high-performance foam materials that are light, strong and used in the VaporTip reinforcement.Tester CommentsSteve (Buying Team) You can definitely feel the upgrade with the extra carbon fibre. There's more power, more precision, just more performance. Stronger skiers will definitely appreciate the difference.Technical SpecificationsSize (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1721369611016.21670 +/-5018013696110181710 +/-501881369611019.51850 +/-50General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced/expertTerrain Type: FreerideRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: NoSizing Description: Forehead to over head height. The increased length ensures better grip, stability and floatation and is essential to making the ski work to its full potential. Large rockers at the tip mean it is important not to size down. [Full Details]
Stable, smooth and precise yet still playful, the Black edition is one the most impressive and versatile skis on the mountain. Using the same platform as the excellent Ripstick 96, it builds on this by increasing the amount of carbon and using QuadRod technology in the core, resulting in better precision and edge grip with no significant extra weight. On hardpack it is powerful and confident, in soft snow it floats and handle like a true freeride thoroughbred, all the time with the most effortless handling and control.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type This a great example of a freeride ski, capable of skiing anywhere on the mountain, not just powder or mainly firm conditions, but everywhere. Taking everything that is good about the standard Ripstick and by adding extra carbon and QuadRod technology, the Black edition adds an extra level of performance with increased precision, grip and response. It's got the width and shape to work really well in soft snow, with good float and easy handling. The Amphibio asymmetric camber/rocker aids the edge hold and feeling of positivity on pistes without making the ski any harder to use. There's no metal in the ski but thanks to Amphibio Carbon Line it doesn’t need it for hard snow performance. The flex feels perfect on all terrain, even on the steepest, firmest runs the Black edition still delivers. Thanks to it being relatively lightweight, mounting it with a BC binding is an option if you want to do the occasional trip away from the lifts. Skier TypeThe Ripstick is aimed at advanced and expert skiers wanting a freeride option, maybe as a single ski quiver or maybe as a second ski to compliment a piste model. There's no metal but the use of the Amphibio Carbon Line technology means it still delivers the precision that the best skiers demand and thanks to clever design, it isn't tricky to use. OverviewShape96mm in the waist is a key part of what makes this a true freeride ski that can double as an all mountain model for those who want ultimate versatility. It's wide enough to handle powder, yet narrow enough in the waist to grip and rip on the frontside. The tip and tail taper design keeps it feeling comfortable in every turn shape, on any surface. The relatively long nose and tail provide forgiveness and stability.RockerRipsticks use Amphibio technology, a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreThe Tubelite Woodcore uses two super lightweight carbon tubes inserted into a lightweight laminated wood core. These tubes run the length of the ski following the arc of the sidecut. They provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability. expanding on this for the Black edition skis is QuadRod reinforcement, two additional carbon rods in the centre of the ski, one in the tip and one in the tail. This delivers next level smoothness and grip, with a natural flex pattern for the perfect blend of playful, yet powerful performance.ConstructionSST construction uses sidewalls ensure quick, nimble and direct power transmission from the ski to snow as well as providing exceptional torsional rigidity.Key FeaturesAmphibio Carbon Line TechnologyAmphibio Carbon Line technology is a combination of innovations that provide the best balance of lightweight construction with power and performance. Amphibio Carbon Line technology elevates the asymmetrical ski design to the next level by strategically locating carbon reinforcement over the inside edges of the skis providing more power in the turn, while carbon rods inserted into the woodcore maximize weight savings and overall stability. The end result is an extremely lightweight high-performance ski with uncompromised versatility and smooth performance.100% Recycled VaporTip ReinforcementVaporTip inserts are advanced composites integrated into the tip and tail area of the ski's core. These inserts reduce weight and vibration, dramatically improving stability and ensuring a smooth ride even in the most demanding conditions. Using 100% recycled materials in the components of their products is an approach elan take to reduce waste. Completely recycled polyethylene terephthalate (PeT), the main ingredient in plastic bottles, is processed into high-performance foam materials that are light, strong and used in the VaporTip reinforcement.Tester CommentsSteve (Buying Team) You can definitely feel the upgrade with the extra carbon fibre. There's more power, more precision, just more performance. Stronger skiers will definitely appreciate the difference.Technical SpecificationsSize (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1721369611016.21670 +/-5018013696110181710 +/-501881369611019.51850 +/-50General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced/expertTerrain Type: FreerideRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: NoSizing Description: Forehead to over head height. The increased length ensures better grip, stability and floatation and is essential to making the ski work to its full potential. Large rockers at the tip mean it is important not to size down. [Full Details]
New to the ellis Brigham range is the Ripstick 94 W Black edition, a ski that wowed us during testing. Stable, smooth and precise yet still playful, it’s one the most impressive and versatile skis on the mountain. Using the same platform as the excellent Ripstick 94 W, it builds on this by increasing the amount of carbon and using QuadRod technology in the core, resulting in better precision and edge grip with no significant extra weight. On hardpack it is powerful and confident, in soft snow it floats and handle like a true freeride thoroughbred, all the time with the most effortless handling and control.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type This a great example of a freeride ski, capable of skiing anywhere on the mountain, not just powder or mainly firm conditions, but everywhere. Where standard Ripsticks maybe favour softer snow, the Black edition shines on firmer conditions. It’s got the wdith and shape to work really well in soft snow, with good float and easy handling. The Amphibio asymmetric camber/rocker aids the edge hold and feeling of positivity on pistes without making the ski any harder to use. There’s no metal in the ski so to strengthen grip on hard snow, carbon fibre improves the stiffness. The flex feels great on all terrain, with carbon fibre ensuring grip and control on even the steepest, firmest runs. Thanks to it being relatively lightweight, mounting it with a BC binding is an option if you want to do the occasional trip away from the lifts. Skier TypeThe Ripstick is aimed at advanced and expert skiers wanting a freeride option, maybe as a single ski quiver or maybe as a second ski to compliment a piste model. There's no metal but the use of the Amphibio Carbon Line technology means it still delivers the precision that the best skiers demand and thanks to clever design, it isn't tricky to use. OverviewShape94mm in the waist is a key part of what makes this a ski for those who want ultimate versatility. It’s wide enough to handle powder, yet narrow enough in the waist to grip and rip on the frontside. The re-shaped tip and tail taper design keep it feeling comfortable in every turn shape, on any surface. The relatively long nose and tail provide fogiveness and stability.RockerRipsticks use Amphibio technology, a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreThe Tubelite Woodcore uses two super lightweight carbon tubes inserted into a lightweight laminated wood core. These tubes run the length of the ski following the arc of the sidecut. They provide torsional stability and powerful rebound while allowing for material reduction of the core. The result is incredible lightweight response and stability.ConstructionSST construction uses sidewalls ensure quick, nimble and direct power transmission from the ski to snow as well as providing exceptional torsional rigidity.Key FeaturesAmphibio Carbon Line TechnologyAmphibio Carbon Line technology is a combination of innovations that provide the best balance of lightweight construction with power and performance. Amphibio Carbon Line technology elevates the asymmetrical ski design to the next level by strategically locating carbon reinforcement over the inside edges of the skis to provide more power in the turn. Carbon rods inserted into the woodcore maximize weight savings and overall stability. The end result is an extremely lightweight high-performance ski with uncompromised versatility and smooth handling. 100% Recycled Vaportip ReinforcmentVapor inserts are advanced composites integrated into the tip and tail area of the ski’s core. These inserts reduce weight and vibration, dramatically improving stability and ensuring a smooth ride even in the most demanding conditions. Making a difference in sustainability is the drive behind every process and using 100% recycled materials in the components of their products is the approach that elan take to reduce waste. Completely recycled polyethylene terephthalate (PeT), the main ingredient in plastic bottles, is processed into high-performance foam materials that are light, strong, and used in the VaporTip reinforcement.Quadrod ReinforcementQuadrod Reinforcement expands on the TubeLite Woodcore, which features two full-length carbon rods placed in the core, adjacent to the edges and the shape of the sidecut, by adding two additional carbon rods to the centre of the ski, one in the tip and one in the tail. It delivers next level smoothness and grip, with a natural flex pattern for the prefect blend of playful, yet powerful performance.eB tester’s comments: Sally (Milton Keynes) They need you to put the effort in to get the most out of them. They suit a more aggressive charging style yet are composed in variable terrain, making it a versatile ski when you want to explore.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1541319410714139016213394108151460General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: No [Full Details]
The elan Voyager is the world’s first high-performance, folding all mountain ski. A convenient option that folds down to under 1m for easy storage and carriage; and a no compromise ski for demanding skiers. The key is elan’s revolutionary Connect Technology, a four axis system mechanism that bonds and seals the ski at the folding joint and integrates with a carbon reinforced plate that serves as a load bearing platform. Surprisingly simple to use and exceptionally strong it’s unlike anything else on the mountain. It isn’t just a high-tech piece of engineering, it’s also an impressive performer on piste with design borrowed from race products and thanks to the 78mm waist and Amphibio rocker it is also very capable away from the groomers. The package consists of skis, bindings, telescopic poles, carry bag plus snow removal brush and drying cloth. exclusive to ellis Brigham.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type It’s piste focused, but not exclusively for groomed terrain. It has enough width to deal with some exploring and fresh snow too. The construction ensures it will handle the firmest and fastest runs with precision, power and grip.Skier TypeIt might fold but this does not affect the performance in any way, this is high speed cruiser that delivers power and grip when you push it, but thanks to Amphibio Technology it’s never hard to ski either. Ideal for advanced skiers who want convenience and performance.OverviewShape78mm in the waist hits the jackpot for a ski that will rip trenches on the piste and still enjoy runs down the sides of marked trails and in fresh snow. The radius is ideal for a mix of turn shapes and the contact points are near the ends of the tip and tail to maximise the contact length and edge grip.RockerAmphibio technology is a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreWood core with Titanal reinforcement and Carbon Box provides superior edge control an a progressive flex pattern for high performance skiing.ConstructionRST Sidewall Construction optimises the transfer of power and energy from the skier to the edge, providing maximum edge hold from the tip to the tail of the ski. As used on elan’s race models.Key FeaturesConnect Folding TechnologyThe secret of the Voyager is elan’s revolutionary Connect Technology® which uses a four-axis mechanism that bonds and seals the ski together at the folding joint. This combines with a carbon-reinforced fusion plate that serves as a load-bearing platform for support. The two components work together to provide rigidity to the ski for superior performance, but also allow the ski to fold into a compact, easy to transport package. The ski delivers a never-seen-before folding functionality, so part of design is in the role of intuitive folding ability. The fold/unfold is achieved by rotational moves to allow snow or ice to slide out of the way. The areas that are exposed to folding & rotation are designed with care for long-term usage, even after countless repetition. From folded position to unfolded position, it takes around 15-30 seconds to assemble both skis into skiing position. It is a very convenient and easy process. First, you unlock the safety mechanism, then unfold it, rotate the plate in any direction, and align it to the ski. To finish the process, lock the mechanisms in front and back of the plate and release the brake lock to secure the skiing mode. every step of the process is marked on the ski itself to prevent errors. The reverse process is the same in time and steps.Voyager 1-Pair Ski BagPremium ski bag designed specifically to carry the Voyager skis and poles. The compact size is perfect for easy and convenient travel. Large main compartment, two zipped front pockets, internal mesh pocket, detachable shoulder strap and carry handles.Length 100cm, volume 34L, weight 1700g.Voyager Rod Ski PoleThe Voyager Rod is developed for your next adventure. With finely selected components and materials this is the perfect fit for anyone on the go. Adjustable length: 95-130cm. Shaft: 7075 aluminium/carbon, 16m/14mm. Grip: Bulwark Cork BIC Grip. Strap: elan Velcro Strap. Basket: Removable basket 50mm. Tip: Carbide.Tester CommentsSteve (Buying Team) I was so surprised by these. As a folding ski I wasn’t sure how much performance they would have, but testing proved it is a genuine all mountain contender, not some novelty model. They have all the power, grip and precision of the very best piste skis, plus the smoothness and stability to make it challenge the top all mountain options. And it wasn’t just me they were surprising…Technical SpecificationsSize (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1661277811013.734501721277811014.93520General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate/Advanced/expertTerrain Type: All MountainRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: ShortBase: SinteredBindings: Integrated, eMX 12.0 GW FusionX LOCKDIN: 3.5-12Construction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Titanal LaminateDemo: NoSizing Description: Nose level to forehead height is ideal, but longer length is important if there is a bigger rocker or you're spending more time off piste where the extra stability and float a larger size provides will be beneficial. [Full Details]
The elan Voyager is the world's first high-performance, folding all mountain ski. A convenient option that folds down to under 1m for easy storage and carriage; and a no compromise ski for demanding skiers. The key is elan's revolutionary Connect Technology, a four axis system mechanism that bonds and seals the ski at the folding joint and integrates with a carbon reinforced plate that serves as a load bearing platform. Surprisingly simple to use and exceptionally strong it's unlike anything else on the mountain. It isn't just a high-tech piece of engineering, it's also an impressive performer on piste and all mountain with design borrowed from race products and thanks to the 78mm waist and Amphibio rocker it is also very capable away from the groomers. The package consists of skis, bindings, telescopic poles, travel bag with room for skis, boots and clothes, plus a snow removal brush and drying cloth. Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type It has a piste construction, but it's definitely not exclusively for groomed terrain. It has enough width to deal with some exploring and fresh snow too. The construction ensures it will handle the firmest and fastest runs with precision, power and grip.Skier TypeIt might fold but this does not affect the performance in any way, this is high speed cruiser that delivers power and grip when you push it, but thanks to Amphibio Technology it's never hard to ski either. Ideal for advanced skiers who want convenience and performance.OverviewShape78mm in the waist hits the jackpot for a ski that will rip trenches on the piste and still enjoy runs down the sides of marked trails and in fresh snow. The radius is ideal for a mix of turn shapes and the contact points are near the ends of the tip and tail to maximise the contact length and edge grip.RockerAmphibio technology is a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreWood core with Titanal reinforcement and Carbon Box provides superior edge control an a progressive flex pattern for high performance skiing.ConstructionRST Sidewall Construction optimises the transfer of power and energy from the skier to the edge, providing maximum edge hold from the tip to the tail of the ski. As used on elan's race models.Key FeaturesConnect Folding TechnologyThe secret of the Voyager is elan's revolutionary Connect Technology which uses a four-axis mechanism that bonds and seals the ski together at the folding joint. This combines with a carbon-reinforced fusion plate that serves as a load-bearing platform for support. The two components work together to provide rigidity to the ski for superior performance, but also allow the ski to fold into a compact, easy to transport package. The ski delivers a never-seen-before folding functionality, so part of design is in the role of intuitive folding ability. The fold/unfold is achieved by rotational moves to allow snow or ice to slide out of the way. The areas that are exposed to folding & rotation are designed with care for long-term usage, even after countless repetition. From folded position to unfolded position, it takes around 15-30 seconds to assemble both skis into skiing position. It is a very convenient and easy process. First, you unlock the safety mechanism, then unfold it, rotate the plate in any direction, and align it to the ski. To finish the process, lock the mechanisms in front and back of the plate and release the brake lock to secure the skiing mode. every step of the process is marked on the ski itself to prevent errors. The reverse process is the same in time and steps.Voyager Travel BagPremium ski bag designed specifically to carry the Voyager skis and poles plus all your ski gear. There's enough room for boots, helmet and all your outwear. 2 Large compartments, two zipped front pockets, internal mesh pockets, silent wheels and ID pocket. extendable handle and carry handles. Length 100cm, volume 75L, weight 7kg.Voyager Rod Ski PoleThe Voyager Rod is developed for your next adventure. With finely selected components and materials this is the perfect fit for anyone on the go. Adjustable length: 95-130cm. Shaft: 7075 aluminium/carbon, 16m/14mm. Grip: Bulwark Cork BIC Grip. Strap: elan Velcro Strap. Basket: Removable basket 50mm. Tip: Carbide. eB tester's comments: Steve (Buying Team) I was so surprised by these. As a folding ski I wasn't sure how much performance they would have, but testing proved it is a genuine all mountain contender, not some novelty model. They have all the power, grip and precision of the very best piste skis, plus the smoothness and stability to make it challenge the top all mountain options. And it wasn't just me they were surprisingSize (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1661277811013.724501721277811014.92490General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: ShortBindings: Integrated, eMX 12.0 FusionX LOCK DIN: 3.5 - 12Construction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Titanal LaminateDemo: Yes [Full Details]
The elan Voyager is the world's first high-performance, folding all mountain ski. A convenient option that folds down to under 1m for easy storage and carriage; and a no compromise ski for demanding skiers. The key is elan's revolutionary Connect Technology, a four axis system mechanism that bonds and seals the ski at the folding joint and integrates with a carbon reinforced plate that serves as a load bearing platform. Surprisingly simple to use and exceptionally strong it's unlike anything else on the mountain. It isn't just a high-tech piece of engineering, it's also an impressive performer on piste and all mountain with design borrowed from race products and thanks to the 78mm waist and Amphibio rocker it is also very capable away from the groomers. The package consists of skis, bindings, telescopic poles, travel bag with room for skis, boots and clothes, plus a snow removal brush and drying cloth. Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type It has a piste construction, but it's definitely not exclusively for groomed terrain. It has enough width to deal with some exploring and fresh snow too. The construction ensures it will handle the firmest and fastest runs with precision, power and grip.Skier TypeIt might fold but this does not affect the performance in any way, this is high speed cruiser that delivers power and grip when you push it, but thanks to Amphibio Technology it's never hard to ski either. Ideal for advanced skiers who want convenience and performance.OverviewShape78mm in the waist hits the jackpot for a ski that will rip trenches on the piste and still enjoy runs down the sides of marked trails and in fresh snow. The radius is ideal for a mix of turn shapes and the contact points are near the ends of the tip and tail to maximise the contact length and edge grip.RockerAmphibio technology is a revolutionary ski design that integrates both rocker and camber profiles into dedicated left and right skis. These skis feature a cambered inside edge assuring precision, edge grip and stability, while a rockered outside edge provides forgiveness, turning ease and smooth transitions.CoreWood core with Titanal reinforcement and Carbon Box provides superior edge control an a progressive flex pattern for high performance skiing.ConstructionRST Sidewall Construction optimises the transfer of power and energy from the skier to the edge, providing maximum edge hold from the tip to the tail of the ski. As used on elan's race models.Key FeaturesConnect Folding TechnologyThe secret of the Voyager is elan's revolutionary Connect Technology which uses a four-axis mechanism that bonds and seals the ski together at the folding joint. This combines with a carbon-reinforced fusion plate that serves as a load-bearing platform for support. The two components work together to provide rigidity to the ski for superior performance, but also allow the ski to fold into a compact, easy to transport package. The ski delivers a never-seen-before folding functionality, so part of design is in the role of intuitive folding ability. The fold/unfold is achieved by rotational moves to allow snow or ice to slide out of the way. The areas that are exposed to folding & rotation are designed with care for long-term usage, even after countless repetition. From folded position to unfolded position, it takes around 15-30 seconds to assemble both skis into skiing position. It is a very convenient and easy process. First, you unlock the safety mechanism, then unfold it, rotate the plate in any direction, and align it to the ski. To finish the process, lock the mechanisms in front and back of the plate and release the brake lock to secure the skiing mode. every step of the process is marked on the ski itself to prevent errors. The reverse process is the same in time and steps.Voyager Travel BagPremium ski bag designed specifically to carry the Voyager skis and poles plus all your ski gear. There's enough room for boots, helmet and all your outwear. 2 Large compartments, two zipped front pockets, internal mesh pockets, silent wheels and ID pocket. extendable handle and carry handles. Length 100cm, volume 75L, weight 7kg.Voyager Rod Ski PoleThe Voyager Rod is developed for your next adventure. With finely selected components and materials this is the perfect fit for anyone on the go. Adjustable length: 95-130cm. Shaft: 7075 aluminium/carbon, 16m/14mm. Grip: Bulwark Cork BIC Grip. Strap: elan Velcro Strap. Basket: Removable basket 50mm. Tip: Carbide. eB tester's comments: Steve (Buying Team) I was so surprised by these. As a folding ski I wasn't sure how much performance they would have, but testing proved it is a genuine all mountain contender, not some novelty model. They have all the power, grip and precision of the very best piste skis, plus the smoothness and stability to make it challenge the top all mountain options. And it wasn't just me they were surprisingSize (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1661277811013.724501721277811014.92490General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: ShortBindings: Integrated, eMX 12.0 FusionX LOCK DIN: 3.5 - 12Construction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Titanal LaminateDemo: Yes [Full Details]
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