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Alpine Ski : Salomon Lagoon
Ski Binding : Salomon L10 e Black White

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Size guide

SALOMON Lagoon :

Choosing the right size for a pair of skis is extremely important. Several criteria have to be considered: your height, your weight, your level and your category (piste-all mountain-freestyle-freeride). We made a calculator that will help you to find out what is the right size for your profile. Of course, if you'd like to discuss it and benefit from our experience, you can call us on the +44 (0)20 3129 3301.

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    Winter 2014




    Beginner - Intermediate


    Versatile.70% Piste

    Accessibility Score : 5/5
    Piste Score : 4/5
    Powder Score : 1/5
    Park Score : 1/5
    Sidecuts (mm)
    Size 151 cm - Radius 10,9 m
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    Alpine Ski Salomon Lagoon

    The Origins range is the All Mountain Frontside range at Salomon. That means the skis are designed to ride any kinds of snow but have a bias towards the hard one. The Lagoon is by far the easiest ski in the line, the one for newcomers who ski recreationally, and consider it as a way to relax more than a sport. Salomon's designers did their very best to make it as agile, light and progressive as possible. That's why you get a monocoque construction and a composite core. That's also why the tip is rockered. It makes steering more intuitive and requires fewer efforts before turning. The shape of the tail helps too, by increasing the control you have when exiting the turn. There is seriously nothing else they could've done to help you progress. If it doesn't work, then you may try snowboarding... 


    What our testers say : When you're riding the Lagoon, skiing becomes a synonym of pleasure. Even if you could use it 24/7, you'd never get tired of it. The ski is so easy, so smooth, it just feels like you're following a guide on a tour. It's perfect for learning how to link your first turns with precision, and cruise all day long through the resort.  



    Type of turns

    • - Multi-turns

    Weight of the pair in grams

    • - 3912 en 167 cm

    Structure - Construction

    • - Monocoque :

      Single layer of fibers, reactivity and manoeuvrability.  

    • - Composite core :

      Fibers combination for more lightweight, manoeuvrability and adaptability.

    Camber type

    • - Classic camber :



    • - All Terrain Rocker :

      Reverse progressive camber adapted to all-mountain skis provides a perfect balance between on- and off-piste performance.

    Rocker type

    • - Tip rocker :

      Skis are more manoeuvrable, contact points on the skis are placed in order to reduce the effective running length, which allows easier pivot and a better float.


    • - Easytrak :

      The smart solution for kids. Pre-mounted system for an easy, quick and toolfree adjustment.


    • - Feminine stance :

      The bindings are mounted forward (+8mm).

    • - Tip protector
    • - Square tail :

      A strong square tail gives you more confidence when it's needed the most.

    • - Intuitive tail :

      A semi-twin tail that allows easy turn-release, for more comfort and control.

    SizeTip-Waist-Tail (mm)Radius (m)

    Ski Binding Salomon L10 e Black White

    Light and automatic binding for recreational skiers. Easy to use, it delivers reliable releases. Compatible with adult norms and standards (L7). Suitable for skiers with a recreational or sporty level, and weighing from 40 to 100kg.  



    • - 3


    • - 10

    Weight (kg)

    • - 1,9 la paire


    Product Name
    Salomon Lagoon +
    Salomon L10 e Black White
    Product price
    £151.00  instead of  £252.38
      Alpine Ski
    Salomon Lagoon
    Year 2014
    Sizes 151

    Available Available


    Women Women


    Beginner - Intermediate : Occasional rider still learning. Rides only on groomed snow and makes technical mistakes.


    Advanced : Rides reguarly, feels confident on all kinds of terrains and slopes. Makes very few technical mistakes.


    Expert : Rider who has excellent technical and physical skills and who rides fast in any conditions.

    Beginner - Intermediate Beginner - Intermediate



    Ski category

    Piste : ski designed for easy demeanor on pistes with optimal grip on hard snow.


    Versatile / All-mountain : ski designed for all terrain performance, from groomed slopes to powder fields.


    Freestyle : Twin-tip ski allowing for switch riding. It makes enhances pivots and makes landings easier.


    Touring : these skis are lighter and make the climbing easier. Their construction is reinforced and provides optimum grip and safety when downhill conditions are rough.

    Versatile<br/>70% Piste Versatile
    70% Piste

    Designed for skiers spending the majority of their time on piste and go off it from time to time. The shape and profile of the ski as well as its width allow occasional powder forays (sides of the piste, crud, woods…) while providing excellent skiability on groomed snow.

    Designed for skiers spending the majority of their time on piste and go off it from time to time. The shape and profile of the ski as well as its width allow occasional powder forays (sides of the piste, crud, woods…) while providing excellent skiability on groomed snow.

    Advanced ski abilities
    Piste Score : 4/5
    Powder Score : 1/5
    Park Score : 0/5
    Accessibility Score : 5/5
    Women specific

    There are 3 main types of construction


    - CAP : The core is wrapped in a cap. This construction brings forgiveness to the ski. It is often featured on entry-of-range piste skis or on wide skis for a great mix between forgiveness and a sturdy core.


    - Sandwich : The sandwich construction is a standard in terms of quality. This construction incorporates different layers of materials selected according to their specific properties. It delivers grip and stability, but it's generally more demanding.


    - Minicap Sandwich : The perfect compromise for progression, or for technical skiers. This construction offers excellent carving abilities to the ski while providing forgiveness thanks to the Cap tips, allowing for more relaxed skiing.


    The core gives its character to the ski. There are two main types :


    - The composite core : This injected core is mainly featured on recreational or intermediate skis. It delivers flexibility, forgiveness and lightweight. It's perfect for learning the basics and progress with soft and comfortable skis.


    - The wood core : It has always been used in the ski constructions and ensures great durability. It is sturdy and reactive. There are many kinds of woods used, all delivering different properties.


    Cores are reinforced with fibers. The most common one is the fiberglass, well known for its mechanic properties. Other fibers are used, like basalt and aramid, replacing titanal plates. They enhance stiffness and impact absorbtion, and also increase the ski's lightweight.


    A rocker is a rising tip, long and progressive, allowing the ski to float better on powder snow. At the same time, it reduces the actual running length of the ski when it sits flat on the ground which enhances the pivot of the ski and makes it easily manoeuvrable.


    Rockers are featured on skis tips, and sometimes on tails. That improves the floatation even more, and reduces the running length of the edge for an easier pivot for piste specific skis.

    Front Front
    Tip Yes
    Tail No
    Ski Camber

    Camber defines the favorite playground of the ski and gives it its character. There are three main types of camber:


    - the classic camber : it enhances energy transfers towards the edges and has a bias for pistes. It gives the board more kick and increases pop and reactivity.


    - the flat camber : it makes the ski pivot easier while providing a good edge grip on your piste runs. It is used for freestyling and riding in the backcountry.


    - the reverse camber : perfect for deep powder conditions, it enhances the ski floatation and increases pivot. Fat skis often feature this technology, coupled with a double rocker.

    Classic Classic
    Type of turns

    If the radius of a ski is short (10 to 14m on an adult ski), short and sharp turns will be easier. If the radius is longer, it will perform better on larger turns where it'll be more stable (from 18 to 22m on an adult ski).


    The radius can vary according to the pressure you apply on the edge. That's why you cannot define a radius with one sole turn, it just gives you a general idea of the behaviour of the ski.

    Short radii are often associated with liveliness when long radii are synonyms of stability.

    Multi-turns Multi-turns
    Weight of the pair in grams
    3912 en 167 cm
    Various 1
    Monocoque : Couche simple de fibres, réactivité, confort et maniabilité.
    Various 2
    Posture féminine : fixations montées en avant ( +8 mm)
      Ski Binding
    Salomon L10 e Black White
    Year 2015

    Available Available


    Mixed Mixed

    Binding category
    Release setting (DIN)
    Minimum 3
    Maximum 10
    Binding setting
    Type Toe and heel pieces
    Toe component height Automatic
    Toe component width Automatic
    Brakes width (mm)

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