>>I personally struggle to understand how people get enough grip from scales alone on a truly double-cambered ski with an effective wax pocket...I can get enough grip on ideal snow with my 210cm E99 Crown to XC ski, but I certainly cannot climb ANYTHING.
one way is to go shorter - theoretically your weight should compress the scales down and grip better with every 5mm reduction in length. I've noticed that length makes a bigger difference in waxless skis - with wax skis you just apply wax until you get the desired grip. You compensate for the length without even realizing it.
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Having spent some time on Fischer Superlites this winter I've been thinking more about these Asnes skis. My son's MRJr are single camber. Do the adult skis have a double camber?
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