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Its short wide dimensions make the ski incredibly maneuvrable, and the integrated clibing skin gives the Hok great traction for climbing.
The Hok features a synthetic climbing skin integrated into the base of the ski, steel edges for durability, and a light weight cap constuction.
|Article number||AS HOK 125cm - AS HOK 145cm|
|EAN||6430033892015 - 6430033892039|
|Type of skis||Integrated skins|
|Sizes||125 cm - 145 cm|
|Weight per pair||125 cm : 2100 g - 145 cm : 2560 g|
|Additional information||The ski come with inserts matching the extended 75mm norm hole pattern. We recommend the X-Trace Pivot universal bindings with Hoks. Also 75mm 3-pin bondings are compatible. The Hok will ber available in two sizes, 125cm and 145 cm. For skiers over 90Kg, that are fortunate enough to oftern find themselves in deep unconsolidated snow, the 145 cm would be a good choice. For children the Hok 125 with X-Trace Kid is great solution.|
|Country of Manufacture||China|
A great out the door skiAvis de CaveSAR le 20/01/2015
The Hok is the ski I reach for when I want to ski in our fields. I have the 125 cm with the EA binding to use as a ski shoe/sliding snow shoe. I have 2 145 cm - 1 with 75 mm bindings for better downhill control, 1 with Solomon X-Adv, SNS BC, for better kick and glide (Altai has a mounting plate for System, 75 mm, bindings that mounts on the Hok's pre-installed bushings.)
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Without bindings: https://en.aventurenordique.com/sliding-snowshoes-altai-hok.html
With OAC EA bindings: https://en.aventurenordique.com/altai-hok-with-bindings.html
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These skis perform well in powder or soft snow. You will be able to slide on hard snow. On the other hand, in hard snow, the ski is difficult to control, so it is not recommended.
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