Men Allround 2018/19

MA ActionCozy, forgiving and modern

Long days of skiing without falling completely exhausted into bed at the evening. Enjoyable carving and not racing downhill at to high speed ? An additional ski for those days, where you prefer to ski more comfortable? And a not so expensive model? So therefore the All-round category fits exactly.

The diversified characteristics of these skis were sometimes underestimated by our testers, many thought these skis have nothing exciting to offer. - But that´s not true at all! After testing, the skeptics discovered the great potential of these skis. They are true all-rounders, where the pleasure and enjoyment of skiing are in the foreground. The performance of the models in the All-round category was very close to each other during the different conditions in St. Johann - Alpendorf - hard to soft. An indication of the quality work of the ski industry, preparing these skis so that they fit perfectly into the target group and skillfully play their characteristics on the slopes.

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The Men All-round models fit perfectly for skiers who swing the first turns into the snow at a lower speed range. But also pleasure or occasional skiers will enjoy these light, very revving and forgiving models. The lightweights are equipped with many technical features and allow skiing at highest comfort paired with a high level of security, stability and running smoothness.

The all-round models should be promoted even more, not only because the price is right, but above all, the price-performance ratio is very attractive.

Target Group: Beginners, pleasure skiers, athletic skiers

The Men All-round skis were tested by:
Franz-X. Heinrich, Marcus Kaller, Zlatko Plakalo, Matjaz Markic, Peter Gfrerer, Benjamin Steinwender, Roman Kostrov, Stefan Fürstauer, Martin Schnittka, Nico Brandstätter, Manfred Brandstätter, Hannes Kantor, Christian Gasser, Mariusz Bielejewski, Pawel Klimek, Friedrich Graf, Josef Maier, Manfred Bauer, Blaz Pecuh, Daniel Repetschnig, Rupert Thurner, Maj Stirn, Markus Galli, Anton Paul, Stefan Sulzbacher and many more.