Lusti FIS RACE GS

$625.00

FIS-compliant Giant Slalom ski perfect for racing and hard snow conditions

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FIS RACE GS

If you love making medium to longer radius turns on groomed terrain and hard snow, then the Lusti FIS RACE GS would be a great choice.

Hand-built using premium materials, this ski meets all FIS requirements (in appropriate mandated lengths 188 cm and 193 cm). Built for racers and expert skiers, this ski offers the grip, stability and speed racers demand.

Like all Lusti's, the ski is built with premium materials featuring:

  • Full-length wood-core, sandwich construction
  • Fiberglass layers
  • 2 Titanal layers
  • ABS sidewalls
  • High-quality racing base

The ski is available for Masters and other racers in the following lengths: 180 cm, 186 cm and 191 cm as well as the standard lengths required by FIS regulations: 188 cm (FIS), 193 cm (FIS)

Get ready to win!

RECOMMENDED BINDINGS

Skiing at high speed requires a system that offers great control and retention. Depending upon the snow conditions and your own preferences, these two VIST binding systems are recommended with this ski: VIST Speedlock Intra Plate | V614 Binding and the VIST Speedlock Pro Light | V614 Binding.

If you are entering FIS races and are looking for a binding with a higher DIN setting, let us know.

WHO SHOULD BUY THIS SKI?

Obviously, this ski is designed for handling the exceptionally difficult conditions found on FIS courses. As such, it is a great choice for ski racers across the board. The ski is fast, has tremendous power and grip, and will go as fast as you can handle.

In its shorter lengths, it would also be a great choice for Masters racers and expert skiers (and we do mean expert) who love to make long-radius turns on the hardest of snow conditions.