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Elan Chainsaw 2012 Ski Review

Elan Chainsaw 2012

Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)

168 / 124-102-114 / 24.3
182 / 130-105-122 / 27.6
175 / 130-105-122 / 25.1
187 / 140-113-130 / 25

Manufacturer's Description

The Elan Chainsaw is the number one shredding machine, designed to put a big smile on every backcountry skier out there. Featuring a huge BC Rocker, these twin-tip skis are made for powder shredding. Developed for the advanced to expert skier, it includes SST sidewalls and a laminated woodcore for superb gliding and performance, while the fibreglass reinforcement ensures improved durability. With Chainsaw, it’s always a thrilling experience.

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