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Revision Subtraction Skis

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Overview

Best Use: Powder skis have lots of rocker and max float in the pow

Powder skis have lots of rocker and max float in the pow

Width: Wide - ideal for big mountain, off-trail and deep powder

Wide - ideal for big mountain, off-trail and deep powder

Flex: Medium - the casual skier with athletic ability

Medium - the casual skier with athletic ability

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

Rocker/Camber/Rocker skis for versatile all-mountain

 

The Revision Skis Subtraction will make a fine addition to your quiver if you are looking for an easy to surf powder ski. The whopping 116mm waist with tip and tail rocker will keep you floating and smearing with a smile on your face when it is waist deep on the mountain. Full Length Carbon Stringers with additional Carbon Reinforcements in the tip and tail reduce the total weight of the ski, but add extra power and stability with a lively feel. The Subtraction has a Poplar/Bamboo Core that feels light on your feet, but loaded with energy. Cap Construction in the tip and tail keeps the Revision easy to maneuver, while a Sandwich Construction adds grip and power when you need it in between storms.


  • Tip and Tail Rocker with Camber Underfoot
  • Poplar/Bamboo Core
  • 2.2mm Full Edge Wrap
  • Full Length Carbon Stringers
  • Cap Construction in the Tip and Tail with Sandwich Construction Underfoot
  • Carbon Reinforcements in the Tip and Tail

 

Skill Range: Advanced-Pro


Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use  All Mountain Tip/Waist/Tail Widths  130/139/116/135/126 (@186cm) Tail Profile  Twin
Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length  15m (@186cm) Construction Type  Cap/Sidewall Core Material  Wood w/ Carbon
Metal Layer  None Warranty  One Year Skill Range  Advanced-Pro
Model Year  2017 Model Number  170045 Product ID  482669
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I was so surprised at the value and helpfulness of my skis.com order, everything came in exactly as described and pictured in perfect condition. Have yet to ride them but theyre sitting in my room just begging me to get out and shred.
 
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They look and feet like a ladies ski but actually are pretty decent
Not as stiff as a Bentchettler, more like a Salamin q series
Solid value 👍🏼⛷🎿
 
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Q: Are the 186 ever going to come back in stock or did I miss my chance?
Asked : Oct 18, 2017
By : Alexander, Merrimac, MA
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A: At this time we are currently out of stock in the 186cm. It is not likely that we will be getting any more.
Answered : Oct 19, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Are these going to be too heavy to mount an alpine touring binding? What are your thoughts ?
Asked : Oct 08, 2017
By : Rad, Ashland
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A: If you have strong legs go for it. For me personally I would want a lighter ski for touring.
Answered : Oct 09, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: What is the weight of the skis?
Asked : Oct 08, 2017
By : Rad, Ashland
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A: The 176cm weighs 9.25lbs. at the 176cm size.
Answered : Oct 09, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: what spec bindings do I need for these skis
Asked : Oct 07, 2017
By : luka4600, vancouver
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A: Any binding with a brake size between 115-125mm will work. I would recommend the Marker Griffon, Salomon STH WTR 13, Look SPX 12 or Tyrolia Attack2 13 for optimal performance.
Answered : Oct 09, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I am 5'7" and weigh 150. My all mountain and carving skis are 170's. For this ski, should I be getting the 166's or the 176's?
Asked : Oct 04, 2017
By : Derek, Lacey wa
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A: Based on your quiver and assumed intended use (powder, crud, broken snow) I would recommend the 176cm for you.
Answered : Oct 05, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: would these skis perform well for backcountry skiing? Looking for light-weight alpine skis and ran into these. Eager to hear your thoughts/recs!
Asked : Oct 02, 2017
By : Christian, Los Angeles, CA
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A: The shape, waist width and rocker profile makes the Subtraction a great ski for powder. In my opinion they are a little bit on the heavy side for skinning. If you want an inexpensive pair and you have some strong legs, go for it.a
Answered : Oct 03, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I'm 5'10", 155lbs and wonder what size would be best for me?
Asked : Oct 02, 2017
By : stiffpeaks, United States
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A: Based on your weight, I would recommend the 176cm.
Answered : Oct 03, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Which length should I go with at 6'3 175lbs? Where should I mount it as a freestyle powder ski? And what size of brake can I get away with?
Asked : Sep 09, 2017
By : Tom, Canada
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A: Based on your weight and what you are intending to do with the Subtraction you can do either the 176cm if you are not very aggressive or the 186cm if you are pretty aggressive. I recommend mounting them on the mid-sole mark, even if you are doing freestyle riding. The rocker in the tip would cause the ski to ride too tail heavy if the mounting position is moved up more than 2cm. A 120mm brake would be recommended for you.
Answered : Sep 11, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: What bindings do you recommend with this ski? Also at 5'8" and advanced level, what length. I've never skied on powder skis.
Asked : Aug 28, 2017
By : Doug, Durango
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A: The Marker Griffon, Salomon STH WTR 13, Look SPX 12 and Tyrolia Attack 13 all make great bindings for the Subtraction. Bigger is always better for a powder ski. If you are height/weight proportionate the 176cm for you. If you are heavy for your height or a fairly aggressive skier, I recommend the 186cm.
Answered : Aug 28, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: hi! can't put order in the basket(Revision Skis Subtraction 194?? MD)
Asked : Jul 06, 2017
By : VADIM, MOSCOW RUSSIA
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A: I see you're shopping from Russia, for international shipping on any of our products, please add everything to your cart you wish to order and select the International Checkout button. They can provide you with approximate totals and time frames for delivery.
Answered : Jul 06, 2017
By : Chris
 
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