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SUPER MANOEUVRABLE & PERFORMING FREERIDE SKI FOR MEN
This ski allows Wadeck Gorak to work hos way up in the Freeride World Tour competition. Ultra versatile, this ski is war weapons on all terrain. Feather-light for a ski at 112 mm underfoot! Destined to devour powder fields or navigate snowy forests, the Slap 112 will still surprise you with its versatility even when you leave its preferred terrain. These skis allow maximum speed and to cruise with comfort. Technology also used in biking and tennis, inserting flax fibers allows maximum vibration absorption. The new line SLAP comes from extensive testing in our ZAGLab.
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Secrets of fabrication
Technology : The heart of Zag
- Rockers and cambers
Heavy Duty Light + LinenLightness and power to hit the slopes and the large fields of fresh snow. This construction uses multi-axial fiberglass, increasing the skiability and power of the ski by providing stiffness in torsion and flexion. We added linen fiber as well to allows maximum vibration absorption and provides a better comfort. The goal is also to reduce the final weight of these skis to XXL sizes, hence the presence in the wood core of paulownia, for lightness, in addition to the poplar, for resistance. In the end, this construction makes skis light, playful, stable at high speed and resistant in time! Characteristics that have, over the years, written the legend around the famous SLAP.Half CAPForces transmission is facilitated by our half cap sandwich construction, which also procures more grip on harder snows. The ABS sidewalls design on the sides make the skis live longer by increasing shock absorption and bring an extra layer against the cold.1 Polyamide topsheet
2 ABS sidewalls
- + scratch resistance
- + UV coating
3 Multiaxial glass fibers
- + highly shock-resistant
4 Polpar & paulownia wood core
- + Gramage optimization
5 Thick edges
- + durability
6 Sintered base
- + highly shock-resistant
7 Phenol sheet
- + optimal glide
- + shock-resistant
8 Linen fiber
- + anti-pullout
- + maximum vibration absorption
A significant double rocker with a low camber for a program 100% freeride!RockersTail Rocker «40%»Tip Rocker «45%»CambresLow camberMedium camberHigh camber
5 Point ShapeSpecific shape technic that enables us to increase the manoeuvrability of the ski without extend too much the rocker (which can bring some vibrations). Feature based on the variation of the lengthwise from the widest points of the ski: we gather the widest points as close as possible of the center to make the ski playful and turn easily.Multi-radius shapeDrawing technic that provides us to change the radius in several independents zones (tip, center, tail). it brings the radius much shorter underfoot (increased handling) whilst keeping tips and tail tolerance for the hardest snow.Short radiusMedium radiusLong radius
FLEXA strong flex combined with super pivotable tail.Stiffness
Avis SLAP 112
Avis certifiéFun SkisEasy fun ski, very playful and smooth. The rocker is wide, it’s very easy to turn, switch to backside, very responsive when pushing before a jump! Of course not super stable on the slope because of the rocker and the width. I enjoyed a lot my runs today at Grands Montets!· le
Avis certifiéVery Solid Performer in all ConditionsMy weight 75kg height 178cm
Conditions: Spring skiing - icy in the morning, progressing to wet slush in the late afternoon.
Slaps performed surprisingly well under icy conditions. You would expect a 112 fat ski to perform badly in these conditions, but the harder you drive the Slaps the more planted and stable they feel. If you are after a powder ski, I’m certain you won’t be disappointed, but I didn’t get a chance to ride them in the pow. As crud busters they excel the harder you charge. Very solid performer in this respect. Good dampening At speed, too.
Slaps felt light at the tips, adding to the already light feeling.
A lively performer, being noticeable when moderately pushed and beyond.
Overall a great ski. Only disappointment is that at the end of the day, I had to return the Slap demo’s. Incidentally, my 12 year old son has a pair of 147 Slap Team, junior skis. He absolutely loves them. They most definitely perform as good as their equivalent adult ski.
Thanks to Zag for lending me the Slap 112 demo skis.· le
Avis certifiéReliable in powder, good carving on pisteRode them at Grands Montets in probably around ~30cm of new snow, riding mostly already tracked up lines. It took me a few runs to get used to them, but then I really enjoyed them. They blasted through the tracked up lines and linked turns pretty easily.· le