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Salomon X-Drive 8.0 Ti Skis with XT 12 Bindings

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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 Salomon X-Drive 8.0 Ti is a great option for a wide range of skiers. Salomon's X-Chassis Construction has an X shape of woven Carbon/Polyamide that sits over the middle of the ski that strengthens the ski torsionally to deliver increased responsiveness. The Wood Core with a Dual Titanium Laminate is easily controllable for the intermediate skier, while being stiff and strong enough for the advanced skier to be stable when they start to pick up some speed. A RKS (Rocker Stabilizer) smooths out the ride and increases the quickness and responsiveness by adding extra support on the contact points of the X-Drive 8.0 Ti that eliminate that flappy feeling that some rockered skis have. Salomon's Semi-Sandwich Construction has a Monocoque Cap Construction in the tips and tails that help the ski ride very easily, and a vertical sidewall underfoot that drives a strong edge into firm snow conditions. If you are looking for one of the great value skis out there today that makes smooth and easy turns, will be easy to control, and will satisfy a wide range of skiers, the Salomon X-Drive 8.0 Ti is the ski for you.


  • X-Chassis
  • Double Ti Laminate
  • RKS (Rocker Stabilizer)
  • Semi-Sandwich Construction
  • 3202g Per Ski (@170cm)


Skill Range: Intermediate-Advanced

 

Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use All Mountain Bindings Included Yes What Binding is Included? XT 12
Binding DIN 3.5-12 Binding Weight Range 90-260 lbs. Tip/Waist/Tail Widths 126/80/109 (@170cm)
Tail Profile Flared Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length 13.6m (@170cm) Construction Type Cap/Sidewall
Core Material Wood w/ Metal Laminate Metal Layer Dual Warranty One Year
Skill Range Intermediate - Advanced Model Year 2017 Model Number L39155200156
Product ID 446567     
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Skis came as expected, bindings attached and ready to ride. Skis worked perfect on the slopes, would highly recommend.
 
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I purchased these skis after using Volkl RM84 full rocker skis, and then K2 Apache's. I detailed all the ski spec's on a spreadsheet and chose the Salomons based on the spec's which were somewhere in the middle of the specs for the K2 and V...Read More
 
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The value for this package in unbelievable for a great ski and a DIN-14 binding. The smart trak binding mounting system is stupid easy to use and the ski is a light and playful one on the groomers, in bumps, through crud, and on ice. I have...Read More
 
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Q: Do the bindings come pre-mounted?
Asked : Feb 13, 2018
By : Rachel, East Coast
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A: We can only mount bindings if boots are purchased with them. Ski binding manufactures have a liability agreement that states when the binding is mounted; it is set up, adjusted, and tested by a certified tech, with the exact boot that is going into that binding. The boot and binding must then go through a series of function tests and visual inspections to ensure that the binding keeps you in when you need to be kept in, and releases you when you need to be released. This is done for your safety. Alpine ski bindings are an important piece of safety equipment and should be set up properly with all necessary equipment present.
Answered : Feb 14, 2018
By : Chris
Q: I am an intermediate skier 6'1 250 .. Looking for something thats good on front side east coast conditions but that i can take out west as well .. is this right for me .. ive been sking on 163 primarily
Asked : Feb 10, 2018
By : Laz, New York, NY
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A: If you plan on sticking to the groomed trails this is a great option for you. Based on your weight and ability I would recommend the 177cm for you in this ski.
Answered : Feb 12, 2018
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hi, I'm 5'8'' 210 lbs and consider a intermediate skier, which length should I choose? Thanks.
Asked : Feb 09, 2018
By : Chi, Irvine, CA
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A: Based on your weight and ability I would recommend the 177cm for you.
Answered : Feb 12, 2018
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hi, I'm 6'0''(182cm) and weigh about 160lbs (72kg) which length should I choose?
Asked : Feb 01, 2018
By : Greg, LEICESTER
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A: Based on your weight I would recommend the 170cm for you.
Answered : Feb 01, 2018
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I know these skis are for people at the intermediate level. But I was wondering if they would be ok for someone who is at the beginner level? My concern is that as I ski more, I may find I want to move to an intermediate pair right away. Am I wasting money with just getting a beginner level pair?
Asked : Jan 22, 2018
By : Dave, Bethlehem, PA
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A: If you have some athletic ability it is always a good idea to jump up slightly in skill level to have a ski that will last longer for you. This is not a very fatiguing or demanding ski that will not hinder your learning or improving.
Answered : Jan 23, 2018
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Do these come in 180cm length? I'm 6'3” 250 lbs. looking to buy my first pair of skis at 48 yrs old
Asked : Jan 18, 2018
By : Vinny, Des Moines, Iowa
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A: The longest the X-Drive 8.0 Ti available is a 177cm. I would not recommend a 177cm for your size. The 2018 Salomon XDR 79CF is available in a 180cm.
Answered : Jan 19, 2018
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Will binding system accommodate a 25.5 Solomon Falcon gs Boot, they wont fit my Cross-max pivot system, which was a let down, I can't use my new boots
Asked : Jan 18, 2018
By : Mike, Snowbasin Utah
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A: This system will have no problem fitting a size 25.5 shell. I am very surprised that your old Cross Max will not.
Answered : Jan 18, 2018
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I am 6'2 and weigh 200 lbs. I have skied my entire life, and would be considered an advanced intermediate skier. I have not skied in 10 years! Can you recommend a size (and a ski)?
Asked : Jan 15, 2018
By : Mike, Vienna, VA
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A: This would be a perfect ski for you if you spend nearly all of your time on the groomed terrain. Based on your weight and ability I would recommend the 177cm.
Answered : Jan 17, 2018
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: How would these skies be in powder conditions? I am looking for a pair of skies I can use out west.
Asked : Jan 14, 2018
By : Pete, Plymouth, Vt
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A: This ski is designed to spend nearly all of its time on the groomers. I would suggest something like the Salomon QST 92 or even the QST 99 if you are looking for something more powder friendly.
Answered : Jan 15, 2018
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Good Morning! I owned Salomon skis a little over 10 years ago and when I sold them I haven't skied since. I really liked them then and am looking to get back into skiing. I am 6'4", 180lbs., probably be starting out at just above beginner level, but should be back to intermediate or advanced quickly. Would these be good skis for me? They look almost like a perfect fit.
Asked : Jan 11, 2018
By : Paul, Loomis, CA
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A: This would make a great option for you. Based on your height, weight and ability I would recommend the 177cm for you.
Answered : Jan 12, 2018
By : Adam, Midwest
 

 

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