Elan Apex Skis

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    Go ahead freeskiers, and lay down some train tracks in the trees. The Elan Apex Skis are packed with technology that's going to make your off-piste adventures even more epic than that time you were skiing in a whiteout and didn't see the creek - but in a good way. Resort Rocker blends tip rocker with just a wee bit of camber, and the Thin ALU Profile gives you an accommodating flex while maintaining torsional stiffness. Elan knows that off-piste = not-groomed = a million different conditions, so in the Apex they designed a ski that's both built for epic backcountry powder days, and accommodating when you're stuck with yesterday's leftovers.


    • Design: Truly All-Mountain
    • Camber: Reverse-camber Resort Rocker / slight traditional camber blend
    • Ski Dimensions: 128-88-108
    • Binding: not included
    • Turn Radius: 21.1m (size 177)


    • Freeski design for off-piste adventures
    • Thin ALU profile uses dual titanium for good torsional stiffness and a soft flex
    • Dual Titanium around the core for extra response
    • Resort Rocker blends rocker in the tip with slight camber for varying snow conditions
    • Channel Woodcore reduces weight
    • SST slanted sidewalls provide durability without a ton of weight

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    "So what is the difference in the Elan Apex ski for $399 versus the $599 Elan Apex that I see online?"
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    Question by Mark11 on 9/3/2011 - 2:18 pm
    "These are from different years. The one for $599 is the new 2011-2012 version. "
    Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/6/2011 - 1:23 pm
    "Re: $399 and $599 Apex skis, yes different years but are there any construction differences such as more rocker/early rise or different dimensions? The $399 Apex listing shows Ski Dimensions:114/70/100 then states that it is 88 under foot, which is right? Thanks!"
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    Question by Jon on 9/24/2011 - 10:49 pm
    "The dimensions are different on both as well as the turn radius. These newer skis have a turn radius of 21.1m and the dimensions are 128-88-108. The older skis have a turn radius of 13.7m and the dimensions are 114/70/100."
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/28/2011 - 10:42 am

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