The Salomon Enduro LX 800 is a great intermediate ski for the skier who is starting to push themselves and wants a ski that will be responsive and lively. The All Terrain Rocker is rocker in the tip of the ski that will help you initiate a turn quicker on the groomers, float in the powder and absorb the negative vibrations caused by crud and moguls. 78mm in the waist is a healthy mix of stability, some off piste performance, and quickness edge to edge. The Single Monocoque Construction is forgiving, yet stable, while still being lightweight. The LX 800 has a composite core with a single layer of titanium laminate, that has torsional rigidity, power, and some spring to it. A Pulse Pad Dampening System is equipped with elastomers along the entire edge of the ski and the shovel that act as shock absorbers, and give you smoother ski to snow contact. A great value, and one of the best skiing skis at the price range the Salomon Enduro LX 800 would be great for the true intermediate, teenager, or anyone looking for a solid ski at a great price.
Hello this is Jesse. I just got done skiing the Salomon Enduro LX 800 in a 175 length. It's a fun little ski, it's a little bit unstable. If you really power into the turns than it stables out a little bit. Overall I give it 4/5 stars because it was a fun ski, really poppy. If you're a beginner, stay away from it but other wise it's a lot of fun!
Hi this is Thom and I'm here with the Salomon Enduro LX 800. I give this ski 4/5 stars for a 599 ski. The thing is really, really solid. Initiates the turn real well thanks to the little bit of rocker in the tip. It holds an edge quite cleanly. Great on the shorter turns, a little shaky when you start to open it up or get to a little faster speed. It's just a fantastic ski for that solid intermediate that's cruising blues, occasional black and just looking for something comfortable and easy to ski all day.
Hi my name is Sean. I just skied the Saloman LX 800 ski. I give it 4/5 stars. It was a very forgiving ski. It allowed me to make super easy turns, carve effortlessly down the hill. It's geared for that intermediate skier trying to become a little bit better skier.
Hey everyone It's Fidel. I just got off of Salomons Enduro Lx800 in a 175 It does have 1 sheet of titanal in here. For me it's a little bit soft, I think it would be great for your intermediate to advancing intermediate who favors the front side of the hill. It seems to like mid to longer radius turns but it started to sketch out at really high speeds. For me overall I give it a 4/5.
Hi this is Terry. I just got off the Salomon Enduro LX 800 175 length. Nice little ski, definite intermediate ski. Not quite enough ski for me or someone my size. Good for an intermediate skier looking to advance up into the advanced category. Overall I give it 4/5 stars.
Hi this is Luke I just finished skiing the Salomon Enduro LX 800 I give this ski 4/5 stars. This is going to be perfect for your intermediate to advanced intermediate level skiers that are just looking for a more forgiving ski that they can go out and make some nice turns with and don't have to muscle too hard. Whether you like to make some long turns or short turns you can really do anything with this ski. It's nice, stable, just a really enjoyable fun ski. Check it out, the Salomon Enduro LX 800.
Hi this is Trey. I just got off of Salomon's new Enduro LX 800. The trend in skis right now will give you a lot of value at a lower price points and this ski totally exemplifies that in It's category. I'd give it a 4 1/2 out of 5. It's a very fun and lively ski. I would say from medium advanced intermediate you are going to love it especially at the price point. If you're going to get out 5 or 10 days a year this would be a really fun easy to ski ski.
Hi I'm Kevin. I just got off the brand-new Salomon LX 800 A brand-new ski from Salomon this year. This is geared toward intermediate to the advanced intermediate guy that wants aspire to eventually be an advanced level skier and ski the whole mountain. This ski will definitely help you get there. Very easy to go and ski, very smooth and stable. Doesn't have a ton of pop but you really don't want it to pop with a ski like this because it can kind of guide you you. You don't want to force it to do what you want, you want it to guide you to where you want to be. It'll definitely help you with that it's got good grip, pretty stable at speed. If you go Mach 1 it may be chattery. The rocker helps you get that turn initiation and makes it a little bit easier. A good ski overall, it gets 4/5 stars.
Hi I'm Steve. I just got off the Salomon LX800 I give this ski 4.5/5 stars. I really liked it. It had great short snappy turns. Very, very forgiving. It could do almost anything you want it to. If you're an intermediate To advanced intermediate skier and you want a ski that's just really easy to turn quick short turns and big wide turns, it did both of them and held edge great. I could really get this ski to fly down the mountain with a lot of stability. I really liked it.