Released January, 2009
The Pros:Very light weight, easy to lift and shift when needed. Easy turning ski, can manage fairly tight turns considering the length. Wood core feels solid underfoot, even in rough snow.
The Cons:Edge armour chips off in large pieces. New skis look awful already.
The Salomon Suspect is a men's ski from Salomon's Freeski lineup. The ski is designed for expert all-mountain skiers for use on park and pipe terrain anhd both on and off piste. It features ABS sidewalls which support the edges of the ski for durability and stability during park or pipe riding.
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The Salomon Suspect includes Edge Armor technology which utilizes polyethylene fiber cords between the edges of the ski for strength. It also has a wide edges for shock absorption and a wide body for better stability and control at fast speeds. The ski is available in 5 sizes and comes in a black/blue color.
- ABS Sidewalls
- Edge Armor Technology
- Wide Edges
- Wide Body Shape
- Terrain: All-Mountain, Piste, Off-Piste
- Speed: Fast
- Length: 151, 161, 171, 176, 181
- Color: Black/Blue
User Reviews (4)
very light weight, easy to lift and shift when needed
easy turning ski, can manage fairly tight turns considering the length
wood core feels solid underfoot, even in rough snow
enough floatation to glide through powder
great pop, easy to get air on natural features
flex feels adaptable to what you're doing, not too stiff but not too flexible
extremely responsive, move when you do without having to coax them
Edge armour chips off in large pieces. New skis look awful already.
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