Built for days that take you all over the mountain, the Salomon Shogun 100 skis excel on variable terrain, and they'll hold their own on powder days
Full-wood core delivers direct transmission of power with precision and efficiency; designed for demanding skiers who require high performance
Bamboo fibers in the topsheet add natural flex and pop; crushed basalt is added to a fiberglass-like fiber that is placed above the wood core to absorb shock
Perfect for pulling off freeski maneuvers, a single-layer cap design provides precise edge grip and efficient energy transfer from skier to snow
Elastomer inserts placed over the edges absorb vibrations, resulting in a smooth ride that softens ski-to-snow contact
All-terrain rockered tips excel in soft snow and deliver fluid performance on hardpack; when put on edge, 95% of edge length contacts snow to offer precision on groomed runs
Slightly raised tails let you ride backward and stick the occasional switch landing
Strong polyethylene fiber threaded between the edges of the skis increases edge strength to withstand big impacts
In addition to the polyethylene fiber, extra fiber reinforcements laid directly on the edges add torsional rigidity and improves edge durability
Wide metal edges withstand big impacts and improve shock resistance
Salomon Shogun 100 skis require wide brakes
Base or topsheet color may vary from online photo
Recommended rider weights are a general guideline. Please keep in mind that additional factors can affect which size will best suit your needs. If you have questions regarding ski and snowboard sizing, please contact us at 1-800-426-4840.
All skis require professional binding mounting based on skiers size, age, and skier classification. REI ski shops mount, adjust and test your bindings for an additional fee. Contact one of our REI ski shops for a quote. For more information see our Ski Shop page.
by Kevin-OfromAn "everything" ski.I bought these skis a month ago because I wanted a wider ski and 101 at the waist seemed reasonable. I could not be happier with that decision. They can handle literally everything a resort can throw at them; from powder to ice. The downside to their durability and versatility is weight. It's not uncomfortable but it would put a damper on climbing if you took them into the back country. I stand 5'9" tall and I bought the 182's, even at that length they are easy to control at any speed. I also thoroughly enjoy having a little bit of rocker at the tail for more maneuverability. All in all they're an excellent all mountain ski and wouldn't hesitate to buy them again.
Date published: 2013-03-23
Rated 5out of5
by Chad the trainerfromShogun 100's do it allThe Shogun 100's make skiing fun & easy, until I meet up w/ my Rocky Mountain Pals...then the Shoguns r fun for extreme skiing!!!
Date published: 2013-03-30
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