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Elan Lynx 65 UL

$849.95 $637.46

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Constructed for effortless climbing followed by aggressive descents, the Elan Lynx 65 UL is the epitome of a race ski. Utilizing AirLite Technology, Elan left no stone unturned when they designed the structure of the ski, strategically developing the shape in conjunction with the core to create a high strength-to-weight ratio. The core material was specifically selected for its svelte weight and features air pockets to further increase your speed. For performance on the down, Elan reinforced the core with a carbon layer and used full sidewalls, resulting in a confidence-inspiring platform. If you have a penchant for going light and fast, the Lynx 65 UL is for you.

  • Reinforced Mounting Plate ensures the binding remains solidly attached to your ski.
  • EST Touring Sidewall solidly transmits energy to the edges while promoting durability.
  • Sintered base is hard, fast, yet very receptive to ski wax.
  • AirLite Laminated Woodcore is light and lively, perfect for racing.
  • Carbon Reinforcement throughout the ski results in a confident skiing platform.
Specifications
Lengths (cm) 150, 160
Weight
convert to ounces
650g [150]
700g [160]
Weight (pair) 1300g [150]
1400g [160]
Dimensions   94-65-80 [160]
Turn Radius   22m [150]
23m [160]
Skin Fix   Tip
Specs Verified Yes
Design
Profile   Full camber with early rise in the tip
Shape   Longer radius for confident skinning and racing
Construction   EST touring sidewall with AirLite construction
Core   AirLite laminated paulownia
Skimo Co Says
Usage Skimo racing, training
Notes Smooth flex makes for a relatively easy going ride
Bottom Line Slovenia's secret weapon
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Questions & Reviews

12/19/2023
Question from KarlS
 
Any insight on how these compare to the Movement Race Pro 66 on the up and down? TYA
12/19/2023
Answer from Gabriel I
 
Hi Karl, compared to the Race Pro 66, the Lynx is softer and less demanding. It has a friendlier character when skiing, a bit more receptive to casual turn initiation. Uphill, it feels pretty similar to the Race Pro and most other race skis.
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