Ski review Salomon 2V Race
Super race carve ski
Big turns, power, rigidity and stability at high speed is what you expect from a good racecarve ski. The Salomon 2V Race has it all. And more. Most racecarve skis perform well only on perfectly prepared and even pistes. As soon as the slopes become bumpy, all fun is gone. Not the 2V Race however.
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Most surprisingly for a ski this stiff the Salomon 2V Race handles a little uneven pistes perfectly. You can make a sliding turn as well. That makes it one of the best and most versatile giant slalom skis that I know.
Avanced - Expert
Handles every condition
Powerful and versatile
It's not easy to control this ski. Using a lot of power you can restrain the beast, ski at moderate speed and make short turns. As soon as you let go, the Salomon 2V Race accelerates right from underneath you. At maximum speed this ski still feels really stable, it's that rigid. Just a few big carving turns and you find yourself at the bottom of the mountain. That's how fast the 2V Race goes.
Salomon about the 2V Race
"World cup proven performance ski designed for energy, control and stability at high speed on hard snow." Yes, this ski takes a lot of energy, but as a reward you get control and stability at high speed.
Dimensions of the 2V Race ski
Length (cm): 164, 171, 178, 185
Sidecut (mm): 112-68-98
Radius (m): 16.0, 17.0, 18.0, 19.0
The Rossignol Radical 9GS TI TPX is a real contender, The Armada Triumph is not as stable, but a lot more playful. The successor of the 2V Race is Salomon's X-Race. To get the same Giant Slalom qualities or more, take the X-Race at 175-180cm.