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Elan Wingman 82 CTI (All Mountain Ski 2021/2022)

Product Summary

The Elan Wingman 82 CTI's full retail price is €849.95. The Ski costs roughly €180 more than the average price of all All Mountain Skis, making it a real premium Ski. This ski is just right for good skiers. Stable but not overpowering. The All Mountain Ski prefers perfectly groomed runs over fresh powder. However due to its medium-width waist, this ski is also a good shout for riders who like to venture off piste from time to time. The ski is available from 160 to 184cm.

The ski in details

Piste Superior: Nimble and quick, the Wingman 82 CTi carves like a knife on hard pack and navigates ungroomed snow with superior confidence.

A perfect companion to take anywhere on the mountain, the Wingman 82 CTi is a dynamic ski that exudes personality and energy. With every turn, the Amphibio Truline Technology, stacked on top of a Laminated Woodcore enhanced with carbon rods from tip to tail, and single layer of Ti is so confident it will inspire you to get the most out of your days on the mountain.
 

  • Most precise edge grip
  • Best edge to edge quickness
  • Quickest Turn Entry & Exit
  • Most Powerful Rebound
  • Smoothest Ride
  • Skiers who spend a majority of time on groomed snow, but want the ability to ski variable snow

Technologies

  • Amphibio Profile
  • Fusion X System
  • MonoTi
  • Carbon Rods
  • Tubelite Woodcore
  • Amphibio TruLine Technology
  • SST Sidewall

Video Elan Wingman 82 CTI

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Elan All Mountain Wingman Series

Ski review Elan Wingman 82 CTI

At the 2021/2022 ski test the skis in the All Mountain category were closely evaluated on the Mölltal Glacier. In addition to a very good test result, the Wingman 82 CTI has also won the bronze medal in SnowStyle. >> Click here for the detailed review with all tested models!

Ski review score

Physical effort: 7.7 / 10
Stability at speed: 7.4 / 10
Edge hold: 7.8 / 10
Short turns: 7.3 / 10
Long turns: 7.4 / 10
Final score 37.6 / 50

Comments

Pablo
10 months ago
Hello,

I would like to ask if the radius for 172cm (14.3m / 47ft) is not going to be too low when trying to get speed. It does not feel the Elan 82 CTi a bit unstable/vibrations?

I have also in m...
Paul9 months ago

I have not used the Fischer skis you mentioned, but I have ridden the Wingman 82 CTIs a lot. I don't think the turn radius on the 172cm version would make the ski unstable. I ski on the 184 and I can easily vary the turn shape from long to short - which is the sign of a great ski. The Fischer is probably a more on-piste centric ski with more of a race ski feel to it. The Wingman is less of a racer, but an extremely capable ski on piste, with a bit of off-piste capability thrown in, making it very versatile. I find the skis to be very easy to turn, with very smooth edge transitions and a huge amount of grip on firm snow. I can also ski them easily at slow speeds as well as fast speeds. I ski pretty fast, but definitely not racer-fast. Compared to the other skis I use (K2 Reckoner 102s, Atomic Vantage 90s), the Wingman skis are much more fun to fly down groomed runs - they are the best skis I have used for this. I consider myself to be a high level advanced skier, but not an expert. They are a great ski. It all depends on what you are looking for.

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Facts

Season 2021/2022
Season start: 2021
Season end: 2022
Category All Mountain Ski
Suggested Retail Price 849.95 €
BindingEMX 12.0 GW Fusion X BLK/ORG

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Terrain

Slope
60%
Powder
40%

Skill Level

1 = Newbie, 10 = Pro
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Available lengths

Length (cm)Radius (m)Sidecut (mm)
160
39.37 ft
129
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82
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112
166
42.98 ft
129
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82
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112
172
46.92 ft
129
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82
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112
178
50.85 ft
129
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82
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112
184
54.79 ft
129
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82
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112