Salomon X-Scream 9


Brand: Salomon

What do you think about Salomon X-Scream 9?
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Mary Mommer
Mary Mommer (Guest)
16/10/2018
Strenghts:
ive skied all over the world with these ski from The Alps to the USA. In moguls in deep powder snow and hard pack, I love these skis and feel sad that im thinking of selling mine, just to up to the to new, not because they don't work. Im a retired ski instructor, ski patroller and FIS racer.

Weaknesses:
you know Ive skied these high speed, and ice and snow pack. in ice, they only work if you sharpen your edges and have something to grip with.

Summary:
great great ski, I give it 5 out of 5

Model year: 2008
Riding style: ski snowbird regular in the steeps, on ice and in the deeps, and on hardpacked,
Length on the ski: 185 cm
Riders weight: 127 kg

Eric
Eric (Guest)
02/02/2012
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Strenghts:
Most of this is already said about this top ski run. I am 36 years old and have been very fond of making. These "own " as kids 'one says and i drive ff on them after 10 years. Perhaps better for more specialized rides, but all-round I think it's hard to find better qualities, even in 2012 and in the future. Rocker - Feels like trams unless you're in a hurry ;-).

Weaknesses:
None in relation to its all-round compromise.

Summary:
See you on the after-skin and continue the discussion!

Riding style: piste powder
Length on the ski: 177 cm
Riders weight: 73 kg
Riders length: 180 cm

altren
14/03/2004
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As an inexperienced ski buyer, I was looking for a pair of good all-round skis. These were certainly revolutionary for a couple of years ago, but at present there are significantly better choices. 68 in the waistline is too thin in pillows, simply.

However, it should be said that they all managed well in all sorts of bowls, even though they enjoyed the piste. And for 3000 buckets of binding, I'm going to be quite happy.

Riders weight: 80 kg

Woodstock
06/01/2003
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Lovely skiing ...
Been in Tandådalen on the ski test week, recently. And as usual, I found that these skis are still in a class by themselves! I tried some news but as said ... My Scream is hot on my heart. If anyone is looking for new skis and have an extreme trip and find a couple somewhere, then my advice is ... BUY THESE!
Better allmountin skiing is not available! Off with the hat!

Model year: 1999
Lillje
15/11/2002
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The first pair of skis I had a love relationship to;) 98 they were really ugly but today there is better in all categories. BUT, definitely a very good all-round ski, no snack on the matter.

I went 187 cm and the black design is nicer than the gray;)

(still left them by the way ..)

Model year: 1997
MackMacke
14/11/2002
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The skis are king on the mountain, so it's just a must in every ski owner's collection.
Have tried both the yellow and the gray ones, and as "mortal", yes, no real difference, maybe if you start to squeeze really properly.
Run with the silver arrow for 3 consecutive years to not replace them yet.

/ Eddy

Model year: 2001
IvanTheMan
07/03/2002
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An incredibly nice ski that works well both in a nice pist-harvested pist and loose snow. It is very fast edge to edge, which means that short turns are very easy on this ski. It is very lively, which means it does not feel 100% if you drive REALLY fast in long turns. If you really get in and push in these barges, you almost fly over to the other side. But as I said otherwise, I think it's a cannon ... feels a bit heavy to jump with, but it's something you get used to ... the grade is four because it's a bit unpredictable when driving sketchy. I came across my ski for 3999 incl. Salomon binding on springtime ... I consider it a real cut out clearly worthwhile.

Model year: 2000
Mathias_Hogberg
08/02/2002
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Lots of nice skiing to go with.
Really fun on most surfaces. Obviously a top grade. Applying to the design I thought that this was OK too!
(Have taken a couple of old heads for a while now, with the cheapest marker tie ever existed and they were so ugly hoping the snow would get caught on the top so you could see the shit).
These do not have to be hidden when walking around and shining.

Model year: 2001
Hellman
15/01/2002
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Bought a couple a month ago, and after spending a week on them, I'm incredibly pleased. Value for money? I have a lot to spend, but I am pleased that I bought the skis.

Model year: 2001
Erik Johnson
23/10/2000
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   Sure, the skid works if you are a beginner or middle-aged rider who wants an all-round ski, but for a more driven rider, it will fail.
   My personal tip is to put on a Telemark binder.

Model year: 1999