Salomon The Knight
Released December, 2009
The Pros:Stiff enough to grab an edge at high speeds, great for carving. Really responsive to your movements, shifts around with very little prompting. Enough flex to work through moguls without a problem.
The Cons:At higher speeds they tend to vibrate. Not very forgiving, not right for beginners.
The Salomon The Knight is a freeskiing all-mountain ski designed for users at all levels. This is a departure from the Salomon Sentinel design, using a core composite for a more lightweight ride. While hardcore enthusiasts may want a harder surface to punch through, this lighter design makes the ski more forgiving for the average user.
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The twintip design is ideal for users unaccustomed to heavy landings, providing the ability to adjust the ski throughout the landing process. Edgy Monocoque structure is used for sharp cornering, and allows for fast corrections as needed. This ski comes in a variety of sizes to suit the user.
- Lengths: 151, 161, 171, 176 cm
- Dimensions: [171cm] 122 / 85 / 112mm
- Turn Radius: [151cm] 14.2m; [161cm] 16.3m; [171cm] 18.5m;  19.6m
- Construction: Edgy Monocoque
- Core Material: Composite
- Base: P-Tex 2000
- Tail: Twintip
- Recommended Use: Freeskiing, all-mountain
- Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year
User Reviews (2)
stiff enough to grab an edge at high speeds, great for carving
really responsive to your movements, shifts around with very little prompting
enough flex to work through moguls without a problem
excellent spring on the back end when taking uneven terrain
graphics look fantastic, very slick and well designed
at higher speeds they tend to vibrate
not very forgiving, not right for beginners
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