Elan Black Magic Ski System (Women's)

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    Style: 063760

    The Elan Black Magic Ski System with ELW 9 Bindings is the recreational carve specialist of the Elan line. These women's skis love to turn, do it effortlessly, and hold a good strong edge while they're doing it. If you love to ride fast and cruise blacks, blues, and greens, you'll have fun riding the Black Magic Skis.

    Specs:

    • Ski Dimensions:119/72/100
    • Turn Radius: 12.5m
    • Design: Frontside
    • Camber: Traditional

    Features:

    • WaveFlex combines soft flex with the torsional stiffness needed to hold turns
    • Express Torsional Stiffness System improves ski's transition time
    • Fiberglass reinforcement enhances flex and stiffness
    • Lightweight women-specific core
    • Monoblock shell around the core for better power transmission
    • Agile ski that loves to carve
    • ELW 9 Bindings included

    Questions and Answers

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    Q:
    "What is the difference between the elan black magic and crystal magic?"
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    Question by Maureen on 2/11/2011 - 10:57 am
    A:
    "Both are recreational skis. The Crystal Magic provides an easy ride with effortless carving and the Black Magic is better for intermediate skiers offering maximum control and turn execution."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/16/2011 - 10:02 am
    Q:
    "I am a timid intermediate skier. I like to turn and become uneasy if it is difficult to cut an edge into the hard pack or ice. I want a ski suitable for my abilities but also suitable to advance on. I ski mostly green and blue but on a great condition day will ski the beginner black. Which ski would be best for me? The gold, black or crystal magic?"
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    Question by Sarah Hunter on 3/13/2011 - 11:20 am
    A:
    "I recommend the Black Magic, these have the wave flex technology that has a softer flex for easier turn initiation in short turns and a better torsional stability for an inproved edge grip in longer turns. "
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/17/2011 - 10:37 am
    Q:
    "I'm looking for a ski for my 13yr old 90lbs daughter. She's aggressive, fast and needs a ski that holds, yet is soft enough for 90lbs to flex. Is this the right choice or is she still too light?"
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    Question by tami on 7/22/2011 - 7:55 am
    A:
    "This ski is designed in the middle to stiff range. If she's aggressive this might be a good match. There is a little bit of concern because she's so light, but at the very least she'll grow into it. Keep in mind that when she switches to a stiffer ski, there will be an adjustment period. It will take a few times out to get the hang of it, but she sounds like a good skier, so once she does, I think she'll be happy. "
    Answer by Laura (Peter Glenn Staff) on 7/22/2011 - 4:29 pm
    Q:
    "I am an intermediate skier and ski only greens and blues. should I consider the crystal magic instead of this ski?"
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    Question by CountessDonna on 7/30/2011 - 11:47 pm
    A:
    "You could consider either. The difference is going to be in how you like your skis to feel. The Black Magic is a slightly more aggressive ski, so if you ski fast it is going to be more stable at speed. It also might be a good choice if you're looking to improve your skills. If you'd prefer a ski that's a little more forgiving, the I would consider the Crystal Magic. "
    Answer by Laura (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/2/2011 - 11:26 am
    Q:
    "I am interested in buying my own skis and have researched elan black magic and crystal magic. I am an intermediate skier and usually rent size 140. I ski green and blue and would like to know which ski I should buy. I am cautious and really don't like to go on very steep slopes. If I end up on steep slopes I am turning constantly to slow myself down. Please let me know which ski you think will serve me best based on what I have told you. Thank you very much for your time and advice."
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    Question by CountessDonna on 7/30/2011 - 11:56 pm
    A:
    "It sounds to me like your skiing style more appropriately matches the Crystal Magic. The Black Magic provides a little more stability at speed, but if you don't like to ski fast you will want a ski that is forgiving and easy to turn. In this respect, the Crystal Magic is more appropriate. "
    Answer by Laura (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/2/2011 - 11:28 am
    Q:
    "Are the bindings already installed on these? If not, do you offer a service to install and adjust bindings prior to shipping?"
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    Question by Misha on 8/23/2011 - 11:42 am
    A:
    "The bindings are not installed for a few reasons. First, for shipping purposes as the system can become easily damaged if the bindings are mounted prior to shipping. Second, you really need your bindings to be installed exactly where you need them. Once you have your system, someone at your local ski shop (or an associate at the mountain) can help you install these properly. If you visit any of our Peter Glenn store locations they can do this for you!"
    Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/23/2011 - 12:11 pm
    Q:
    "I demoed Elan black magic and Delight and liked them both for different reasons. I just started skiing but is progressing fast. I am comfortable on blues and will be skiing on blacks soon. I like to go fast. I ski in MA and NH. I am a woman 5'8 and 140 pounds. Should I go with black magic or delight? Being much lighter, does delight handle icy slopes well? and what size is better, 152 or 158? Thanks!"
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    Question by HH on 2/19/2014 - 2:36 pm
    A:
    "The black magic would be a great ski for you. This ski will handle well on icy slopes. According to your measurements. You would need a size 166 ski. "
    Answer by Katie (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/19/2014 - 4:38 pm
    Q:
    "Hi, I'm getting back on the mountain this year after having several years off. When I was skiing more regularly I was doing all runs, couple blacks at times. I love to go fast, on side trail through trees and off mini jumps. Anyways, I've always rented and know nothing about sizing... I'm 5'1" @ 130lbs. Is this a suitable ski and what size?"
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    Question by Amy on 10/4/2014 - 2:51 am
    A:
    "We recommend going with a ski size of 155-156. The ski that we would suggest would be the Fischer KOA 75 Ski System with Bindings . This would be a great ski for you!"
    Answer by Kacy (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/6/2014 - 3:59 pm

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