Verseny & Szlalom sílécek
Head WC Rebels e-Speed Pro Race Síléc + FF 14 GW Síkötés489 190 Ft
Völkl Racetiger GS Racing Síléc + Rmotion3 12 GW Síkötés376 290 Ft
Head WC Rebels e-Race Pro Race Síléc + FF 14 GW Síkötés489 190 Ft
Völkl Racetiger SL Racing Síléc + Rmotion3 12 GW Síkötés376 290 Ft
Head WC Rebels e.GS Team Junior Skis + FF 11 Race Bindings225 790 Ft 203 190 Ft
Head WC Rebels e-Race Race Síléc + FF 14 GW Síkötés489 190 Ft
Head WC Rebels e.SL Team Junior Skis + EVO 9 GW CA Bindings225 790 Ft 203 190 Ft
Head WC e.Race Team Junior Skis + JRS 7.5 GW CA Bindings188 190 Ft 112 890 Ft
Head WC Rebels e-SLRD FIS SW RP Síléc + FF ST 16X RD Síkötések525 690 Ft
Head WC e.Race Team SW Síléc + JRS 7.5 GW CA Síkötés165 590 Ft
Head WC Rebels e-GS Skis + FF ST 16 X RD Bindings564 490 Ft 519 290 Ft
Head WCR e.SL Rebel Team SW RP Jun. Síléc + EVO 9 GW CA Síkötés225 790 Ft
Head WC Rebels E-SL Pro Race Síléc + FF 14 GW Síkötés489 190 Ft
Head WC Rebels e-GS Skis + FF 14 GW Bindings519 290 Ft
What are Race Skis?
Race skis are highly specialized carving skis designed for accomplished skiers that compete in alpine racing or enjoy carving down the slopes as fast as possible. Compared to regular piste skis that chatter at high speeds, race skis are stiffer and heavier ensuring stability and control on hard-packed snow. So prepare to beat your personal best and feel the adrenaline rush while carving deep turns on-piste.
Choosing the Right Type and Length of Race Skis
The first decision you need to make is to choose what type of race ski you want. The disciplines are broken into four categories - Slalom (SL), Giant Slalom (GS), Super G and Downhill.
How long should your race skis be? It depends on your experience, height and weight. It is important to have a pair of skis that match your physique and the desired ski racing style as it will maximize your performance and efficiency on the slopes. If you are unsure what ski length is right for you, check out our Piste and Racing Ski Size Chart to get you started.
How are Racing Skis Different?
The two most common types of race skis are Slalom and Giant Slalom skis. Slalom skis are designed with a small turning radius making it easier to perform short and tight turns. Giant Slalom / GS skis have a bigger turning radius making them better suited to performing larger turns at high speeds.