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Elan Amphibio 84 Ti Skis with ELX 11.0 Fusion Bindings

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Elan Amphibio 84 Ti Skis with ELX 11.0 Fusion Bindings, Black-Yellow, 600
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Overview

Best Use: Frontside skis are narrow for carving on-trail

Frontside skis are narrow for carving on-trail

Width: Narrow - ideal for on-trail, hardpack & groomed conditions

Narrow - ideal for on-trail, hardpack & groomed conditions

Flex: Stiff - advanced to experts who want power and control

Stiff - advanced to experts who want power and control

Rocker Profile: Rocker/Camber/Rocker skis for versatile all-mountain

Rocker/Camber/Rocker skis for versatile all-mountain

 

The Elan Amphibio 84 Ti is a fantastic ski for the strong intermediate to expert skier looking for stability and maneuverability. Elan's Amphibio 4D Technology makes the ski highly maneuverable by having a convex tip shape and concave tail shape that delivers a powerful grip on the snow with consistent edge contact on the tip. This convex tail allows the ski to exit the turn effortlessly as soon as you want it to. This shaped titanium reduces vibrations by 30% to give you one really smooth ride, especially on firm terrain. The thinner profile of the Amphibio 84 Ti causes the ski to weigh 10% less. Elan's RST Sidewalls deliver power and energy directly to the edges of the ski for the ultimate edge hold and make the ski highly responsive. The Power Wood Core and Dual Shaped Ti have a very damp feeling, and will make the Amphibio 84 Ti very stable, no matter how fast you push it. Elan's Fusion Binding System is a true integration between the ski and binding for an un-interrupted flex and a high amount of energy transfer. If you are looking for a ski that can be easily manipulated into any turn shape at any speed, the Elan Amphibio 84 Ti will not disappoint you.


  • Amphibio 4D Technology
  • Dual Shaped Ti
  • RST Sidewalls
  • Power Wood Core


Skill Range: AdvancedIntermediate-Expert

 

Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use All Mountain Bindings Included Yes What Binding is Included? ELX 11.0 Fusion
Binding DIN 3-11 Binding Weight Range 95-250 lbs. Tip/Waist/Tail Widths 131/84/112 (@176cm)
Tail Profile Flat Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length 17.1m (@176cm) Construction Type Sidewall
Core Material Wood w/ Metal Laminate Used No Metal Layer Dual
Warranty One Year Skill Range AdvancedIntermediate-Expert Model Year 2016
Model Number 5B2AIB 164 Product ID 401890   
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been skiing for 3 years only and considered myself a beginner especially because I had a difficult time with long radius carving without skidding. Been on rental skis for the past 3 years. Was a bit worried about these skis and did not want to be outclassed by skis with lots of power in them. Turns out, thats exactly what i needed. Literally first time skiing on them im able to cut hard carving. These puppies are powerful as hell and can hold a strong edge. Im 5'8 240 pounds athletic built and I think the skis having the Titanium in them was the key for me to be able to have very good control and power without sliding on the edges. EXTREMELY happy with these skis.
 
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2016 Elan Amphibio 84 Ti Ski Review by Adam
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Hi, I'm Adam and I as just skiing on the Elan Amphibio Ti 84. I give this ski 4 out of 5 stars. It's not really my type of ski. It's a fantastic carving ski for a advanced to expert skier who is looking for something to strictly carve on. It's fantastic in quick short tight turns. It's not the most stable for me at big long sweeping turns but it's not really for that. But if you're looking for a quick, tight carver, this is a great one for ya. 4 out of 5.
 
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2016 Elan Amphibio 84 Ti Ski Review by Ryan
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Hi, my name's Ryan. I just got off the Elan Amphibio 84 Ti. I give this ski a 4 out of 5 star rating. I felt like this ski was very energetic. The changes they made to the ski this year make it really kind of pop out of the turns but make it a little bit more predictable than last year. Very energetic ski. Great frontside carver with very predictable turns and control.
 
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2016 Elan Amphibio 84 Ti Ski Review by Mike B.
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Hey, I'm Mike. I just got done skiing the Elan Amphibio 84 Ti. 5 out of 5 for this ski. It's got one sheet of metal where the XTI has 2 sheets of metal. It's going to be a great ski for your advanced-intermediate all the way up through your advanced to expert level skier really looking to carve an entire mountain. It's got a unique rocker shape that helps initiate the turn but will also help float above some of the crud snow and transitional snow that one might run into. It's got a really interesting tail shape that helps release it so when you want to come out of the turn immediately, you can. It's really going to be a great ski for all-mountain riding. Elan Amphibio 84 Ti - 5 out of 5 stars.
 
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2016 Elan Amphibio 84 Ti Ski Review by Kyle T.
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Hi. Kyle here with the Elan Amphibio 84 Ti. I absolutely love everything about this super powerful ski so I'm going to give it a 5 out of 5. It's just a great ski for charging that front face or those groomers. If you're really going to go fast and want to hold an edge, this is going to be your ski.
 
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2016 Elan Amphibio 84 Ti Ski Review by Thom
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Hi, I'm Thom. I just got off of the Elan Amphinio 84 Ti. This is a 4 out of 5 star ski for me. This is your true kind of carver-type ski. It's very easy to get up onto edge but it really wants to be there. When you go for those longer radius turns it gets a little bit floppy, a little bit chattery but in tight to medium turns the thing's super carvey, super edge-happy. Real quick between the turns. So, if you're looking for true on-trail performance and something that's stable and you like those short, kind of fall-line turns, this is a great option. 4 out of 5 stars.
 
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2016 Elan Amphibio 84 Ti Ski Review by Andy
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Hi, I'm Andy and this is the Elan Amphibio 84. I give this ski a 5 star rating. This is for the intermediate to advanced skier looking for an excellent frontside carving ski. It's also very, very forgiving and well-rounded in the fact that it can do short turns, long turns, everything in between and it can slide easy as well. Anyway, I give this 5 stars.
 
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2016 Elan Amphibio 84 Ti Ski Review by Sam
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Hi, I'm Sam Smith. I just got off the Elan Amphibio 84 Ti. I absolutely love this ski I'm going to give this one a rating of 5 out of 5. Thought it handled really, really well. I was able to load up on some of the pressure and some of the longer arc turns. I'm going to gage this towards more of an expert type skier. Handled great on the groomers. I think this would be a fantastic ski pretty much anywhere. So, I'm going to give this one a 5 out of 5.
 
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Q: Greetings, are the Amphibio 84 Ti & 84 XTi both asymetrical skis. In other words is there a left and a right ski. Additionally, I assume it is an extra layer of Ti in the 84 XTi that increases the stiffness. Does this extra stiffness help in high speed long arch turns on semi to firm snow. Does it still allow for quick edge to edge control. I am an aggressive advanced to expert skier and weigh 215 lbs. I am trying to decide between the 84 Ti and the 84 XTi. Something tells me my weight may require a stiffer ski and yet at 62 my legs may not take it by the end of the day. Any advise would be greatly appreciated.
Asked : Jan 30, 2017
By : Ron, Brentwood Ca
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A:Any Amphibio ski has dedicated right and left skis. You are correct in assuming that the XTi versions has an extra layer of metal. The XTi does improve the edge hold and stability. Based on your weight, aggressiveness and ability I would recommend the XTi versions. The XTi is not overly heavy or demanding (slightly more than XT), but is not overly punishing or fatiguing.
Answered : Jan 31, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Would you recommend this ski, or the rossignol experience 88 basalt skis? I am an advance skier, I do lots of short-medium sharp turns and sometimes long turns. I stay on groomed trails mostly, off-trail not so much. I also like small bumps a lot. Thanks:)
Asked : Jan 09, 2017
By : Andrew, Surrey British Columbia
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A:Both are great carving skis, and you could not go wrong. Since they are great carvers both lose a little bit of quickness and agility in the bumps.
Answered : Jan 10, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
 
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