Perfect run: Born Free, Vail
“These skis are ideal for medium radius cruising, with good edge hold at speed,” says Shelby Rogala, a ski pro at Aspen Highlands. P.J. McGovern adds: “These skis are light to carry, but ride like a heavy, damp ski. They’re perfect for someone spending time on frontside groomers.”
Zai Testa ski review 2017
Timeless looks. Cutting-edge performance.
Beneath its handcrafted walnut surface, zai testa boasts a high-tech interior engineered to deliver formidable handling and control. A rewarding ride for skiers of all abilities, testa performs with grace and power in a variety of snow conditions.
Handcrafted in Switzerland
Polished walnut veneer surface
Stainless steel upper edges
Ultra-lightweight cedarwood core
Nano high speed race base
The characteristics of the zai testa vary greatly, depending on the length of the ski. Each length of this collection is developed independently to achieve optimum performance. The agile testa 150 offers breathtaking cornering stability. Its surface of natural wood gives the inner life of carbon even better damping and so it runs, even for a shorter ski, incredibly quiet.
Ability Level – 65%
Ski Speed – 65%
Snow Type – 85%
Ability Level – 45%
Ski Speed – 80%
Snow Type – 80%
The medium length testa 160 offers a wide range of cornering curves and cornering positions, in addition to the exceptional speed and stability which are made possible by its greater length. Drive relaxed or go to your limits – the testa 160 comes along.
The longest testa in the collection, thanks to its wide width, is a good all-rounder in the mountains and allows for carving on prepared pistes strong inclination positions. An extremely adaptable ski that will reward you season by season.
Ability Level – 100%
Ski Speed – 80%
Snow Type – 40%
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