Salomon X-Wing Fury – Alpine Skis: Reviews
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Good for All Mountain
Here's the rightful heir to one of the bestselling skis of all time, the Salomon X-Scream of the 1990s. But while the X-Scream was no fun in deep snow, the brand-new Fury excels in it. The wider, 85-millimeter waist helps, but it's the ski's new guts—now wood core, as with all of Salomon's high-end skis—that provide both the damper feel and enhanced edge hold. The result is a ski that fits a big range of abilities. “Everyone will love it,” said a tester. 126/85/113; salomonsports.com