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Salomon Piste skis

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hi All, Looking at getting a pair of piste specific skis for snow only (already have a couple of pairs of dendix skis, and all mountain skis). These will be for hardpack days, on piste carving etc, but also for slower speed level 1 instructor training and drills type stuff. Am looking at the Salomon 24 hours powerline (2012), or the Salomon 24 Daytona (2013). Does anyone have any experience of these? is the 24 Hours too aggresive for slow drills? is the Daytone too soft for fast carving?
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
24 hours are a great ski, I can never get my dad off them when he gets the opportunity and has bought a pair last year.
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