Nordica Ace of Spades Skis (Junior Kids')

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    Style: 0A117100

    Up-and-coming freestylers will appreciate the adult-worthy technology on the Nordica Ace of Spades Skis. These are juniors skis sized down for younger riders, but not missing any of the performance of the grown-up version. These are twin-tip skis making it easy to ride and land backwards, and they're lightweight so he can make it all the way around on that 360°. The tip and tail of the Nordica Ace of Spades have a slight early rise to them providing easier spinning and turns and less edge catching on the rails.

    Specs:

    • Design: Freestyle
    • Ski Dimensions: 109-76-98
    • Camber: Early-rise rocker/ traditional camber blend
    • Turn Radius: 12m (size 138)
    • Binding: Binding not included

    Features:

    • Rocker at the tip and tail for easy spins and turns
    • Camber under foot for extra stability
    • Slight twin-tip for riding switch
    • Composite core is light and loaded with pop
    • Sidewall construction for easy control

    Questions and Answers

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    Q:
    "Are these skis good for rails and jumps?"
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by connor on 8/20/2011 - 8:05 pm
    A:
    "These were made for that! They were designed to provide park & pipe specific stability and performance!"
    Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/22/2011 - 11:25 am
    Q:
    "Hi, I'm 12 years old and need new skies. I'm 4'11 and still growing. I was looking at the kids and they seem too small. What type of skies would you recommend for me? (btw I'm a expert at skiing.)"
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by Tally on 9/10/2011 - 8:53 am
    A:
    "These Nordica ski's are designed for doing ramps and jumps. So if this is the type of skiing you like to do then these are perfect!"
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/12/2011 - 4:53 pm
    Q:
    "Does it come with bindings "
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by Kieran on 10/28/2011 - 3:01 pm
    A:
    "These skis do not come with bindings."
    Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/28/2011 - 3:09 pm
    Q:
    "what bindings would be good for this ski"
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    Question by kieran on 6/4/2012 - 4:36 am
    A:
    "I would recommend checking out the Marker 7.0 Free 85 Ski Binding!"
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 6/4/2012 - 9:54 am
    Q:
    "If I buy the these skis and the Marker bindings you suggest, will you include the binding mount for me? I will send my son's height, weight and boot size. Thanks."
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by Trevor on 10/11/2012 - 1:18 pm
    A:
    ""We HIGHLY suggest that you take the ski, binding, and boots to a ski shop to be professionally installed. You want a certified technician to install the bindings. If installed incorrectly, bodily damage can occur. We will not mount bindings and then ship for this reason. You can visit one of our "brick and mortar" stores to have them installed or there are always certified technicians at any of the ski resorts across the world, so you can always have someone at the mountain do it once you get there.""
    Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/11/2012 - 3:07 pm
    Q:
    "My 8 year old son, who has been skiing for, four winters ,and is a good skier loves the look of these skis, but is primarily skiing on East coast slopes, which can be icy. Are these skis suitable for that, even if he's doing more traditional skiing vs. "tricks"? Thank you. "
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by nancy on 11/27/2012 - 1:10 pm
    A:
    "Yes, these ski will be perfect for east coast skiing. If he ever wants to ski on the west coast, where you get powder, he will need wider skis. Wider skis help him "float" over the snow and not sink in. "
    Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/29/2012 - 1:42 pm
    Q:
    "what year are these?"
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by ski boy on 10/28/2013 - 3:30 pm
    A:
    "These are from the 2011/2012 Winter season!"
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/28/2013 - 5:01 pm

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