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SPORTEN WOLFRAM II 124 Adult Short skis with binding

SRP £379.99


Wonderful 124 cms short ski from legendary ski maker Sporten. Now available with choice of GripWalk or Non GripWalk bindings

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Sporten Wolfram II - Short Adult skis 124 cms

Includes the Tyrolia PR11 Full release bindings with ski brake, mounted on Tyrolia's PowerRail plate system which is fully adjustable in seconds (without tools) to multiple ski boots, UK sizes from Teens/Ladies size 3 - 13 Mens

Colour of bindings may vary from images, most are white/black or black/white in some combo.

Snow suitability
70% Piste
30% Powder

Skier profile:
Suitable for all beginners, intermediate and advanced skiers looking to have fun on all degrees of slopes.

  • Wood core
  • 3D profile
  • High Spec Tyrolia PR Power Rail Bindings:
  • GripWalk Compatible option available
  • 124cms  specifications: 111 - 78 - 102cm  
  • Turn radius: 9.5 mts

Short ski shops opinion............
This version of this highly popular short adult ski has a fairly wide toe and tail, which gives the Wolfram very quick responses and easy turn initiation on short to medium radius turns. In other words, it makes you look good. Its wider middle (78mm) means that it turns in a decent performance in broken snow/slush and light off-piste too. From hard packed piste to light powder this ski has a lot going for it. It's a real looker too. This ski is rich with features, including a wood core, 3D profile and uprated bindings, Its a real gem. We like it a lot and its one of our best sellers. 3 sizes to suit everybody

Maximum weight 110 kilos (approx 17 stone)

GripWalk compatible Bindings? What is that.
GripWalk compatible bindings have been growing in number for a few years now and it maybe something to consider if you are thinking of buying new boots or rent boots in resort. What's GripWalk bindings got to do with boots? Well boots and bindings need compatability and the new GripWalk boots have a slightly different toe piece, this has come from "touring boots" and has gained popularity.  The last few years have seen more boot manufacturers switch to this type of toe piece and they do not appear to be compatible with non GripWalk bindings. So if you are thinking of getting new boots, you may consider the GripWalk option to futureproof your new skis.

Customer Reviews (1)


I have the slightly longer 136cm version of these skis - which have just had their first run out! I've found them great. It was also nice to get some advice from Rick at the short ski shop about what would be best. All round a good experience.

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