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Connelly Carbon V Slalom Ski with Double Talon Bindings

Item # 44298
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Key Features

  • The best 34 mph ski on the market

  • CAPT construction with Profile Tech top

  • Carbon/fiberglass, closed-cell polyurethane core

  • Hand-tuned Acrylam base

  • Viper Fin System with foil


Our Price  $1,099.99
Sale Price  $799.99

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Product Description
connelly The Carbon V is hands down the best 34 mph ski on the market. A super light density foam core is wrapped with 70% carbon to give the ski a light, fast feel on the water. The carbon provides stiffness that delivers unreal speed out of the turn. Six V-shaped steps are molded into the hull for more efficient water flow. The steps create less wetted surface area, which means a faster, freer ride on the water. A narrow tail lets the ski sit deep in the turns while a slightly wider tip provides surface area for a smooth non-critical turn. This ski is smooth and fast, exactly what tournament level 34 mph skiers are looking for- which is wide, early, and forgiving. CAPT construction with carbon/fiberglass composite, closed-cell polyurethane resin core, and hand-tuned Acrylam base. Profile Tech top. Viper Fin System with foil. Lengths: 65", 67", 69".

The Talon is designed with proven features to ensure longevity, performance and fit. The boots are interchangeable left or right. The metal base plate is the only component that makes the Talon front or rear, which allows the design to be form fitted like a shoe. The heel and toe are lycra lined EVA enveloped in a separate wrap that provides unbelievable support. Both elastic and string laces for a custom fit. Complete comfort with no pressure points for total control. Sizes: XS(5-6), S(7-8), M(9-10), L(11-12), XL(12-13), 2XL(13-14).

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