The SPEED TEAM GS is a junior giant slalom race ski designed for U10 to U16 athletes. Features a race-room developed, sandwich laminate wood core construction and R20 Pro race plate for optimum precision, balance, and power. Developed with progressive, size-relative flexes to elevate junior athletes to the next competitive level.
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- Junior Giant Slalom Race Ski
- Tip Rocker
- Power Drive
- Rectangular Sandwich Construction
- Wood Core
- Fibro Metal Layers
- R21 Racing or R20 Pro Plate
- Recommended Binding (sold separately): Look SPX 10 or NX JR 7
Dynastar Speed Team Junior GS Ski Specs
|Type||Size (cm)||Waist (mm)||Radius (m)|
POWERDRIVE consists of a vertical sidewall made from three materials: a visco-elastic component to absorb uneven terrain, a second Titanal part to boost performance and the ABS element of the sidewall, which plays its traditional and pivotal role of ensuring ski/ snow contact.
Full wood cores, fiberglass and metal laminates, with full-length vertical sidewalls deliver optimum snow feel, balance, precision, power and stability.
Utilizes varying shapes of metal and fiberglass laminates at staggered lengths in the tip of the ski to provide a lighter extremity. The unique layered shapes control tip torsion which smooths out turn initiation and improves full-length edge contact. The lighter weight tip improves the swing weight of the ski for quick and adaptable turn initiation.
A wood core and fiberglass laminate construction optimizes snow feel, balance, precision, power and stability without the additional weight of metal laminates.
A wood core and titanal laminate construction optimizes dampness, stability, and torsional rigidity for the ultimate snow feel, precision, and power.
Engineered with traditional camber through the majority of the ski and subtle, low tip rocker. Camber provides increased energy, shock-absorption, and edge grip, while the subtle tip rocker allows easier pivoting on flat skis, instant turn initiation for instinctive carving performance, and confident, full-length edge contact through the turn.