2021 Elan Wingman 82 CTi Ski w/ Tyrolia Attack2 14 GW Bindings

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Elan Wingman 82 CTI Skis with Bindings

The all-new Elan Wingman 82 CTI skis with bindings are a super killer deal for advanced and expert skiers who are looking for a fast ski for the front side of the mountain. While on the narrow side for a true all-mountain ski, the carving and turning ability of the Wingman 82 sets it apart from its competition. There's a ton to love about these skis, and they want to turn, and turn fast. Thanks to a 15.5-meter turn radius at the 178 cm length, these skis are built to be on edge. The TruLine technology exists in order to put a majority of the material in the ski on the inside edges of the ski. As such, there's a right and left-specific ski. The performance is outstanding, with that inside edge reacting strongly to the additional materials, while the uphill edge remains floaty and tracks alongside the downhill ski with an almost freaky level of accuracy. Best suited to the front side and the groomers, the Wingman 82 CTI has a sheet of metal that really makes the ski sing. It does require a bit of a balance point, as the skis are pretty stiff. But they're not heavy, so a huge number of skiers will find it accessible and fun to ski. Also helping the ski stick to the snow is the sandwich sidewall construction, that really adds to the edge grip and torsional stiffness. Advanced and expert skiers will love the stability and precision of the Elan Wingman 82 CTI skis with bindings.


  • Sidecut: 129/82/112 mm
  • Turn Radius: 14.3 meters at 172 cm length
  • TruLine Technology
  • Sandwich Sidewall
  • Carbon Rods
  • Tubelite Wood Core
  • Titanal Laminate
  • Amphibio Rocker
  • Ability Level: Advanced Skiers

Ability Level:

Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Groomers 


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Hi there,
Does this ski have minimum speed? I usually like to ski aggressive, but sometimes would like to just cruise around. My current skis need speed to work properly and I would like to find a pair to do both. What length would you recommend? I’m 6 feet and 176 lbs.
Question by: Eero on Apr 20, 2022, 2:38 AM
Hi Eero!

I would say the Wingman 82 CTi also falls into the "needs speed to work" category. Something like a Volkl Deacon 80 or the Kastle PX 81 would be more suitable since these skis work well at slow speeds and are plenty maneuverable for frontside carvers. You could also go a little wider and look at the new 2023 Volkl Kendo 88 which is another easily maneuverable all mountain crusher. For length I would look in the 174-180 range.

Have fun!
Answer by: Chris McClelland on Apr 20, 2022, 11:59 AM
Skis that you sell with bindings, not system skis, you ask for boot sole length. Is mounting included?
Question by: Ralph on Dec 30, 2021, 12:32 AM
Hi Ralph,

Yes, if you include your boot sole length, we will mount the bindings free of charge.

Have fun!
Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Dec 30, 2021, 10:46 AM
Good morning, I ski now for approx 10 years on piste. I am looking for a new ski because I sold my race ski, was not comfortable enough anymore. The ELAN WINGMAN 82 CTI as very good reviews and is receiving a lot of awards for on piste ski. My length is 6,7 feet and weight is 220 pound. Is the ELAN WINGMAN 82 CTI not to "soft" for my weight? Thanks and regards, Fc
Question by: Fl on Jan 5, 2022, 5:58 AM
Hi Fl,

Certainly not too soft of a ski for you, but the length we have available is too short. At your height and weight, you should be on at least a 188-191cm length ski.

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Jan 5, 2022, 10:28 AM
Hello! I have the wingman 82 cti for a few months now and they are great. I really enjoy on piste carving performance they offer. Now I am looking for new boots to match that performance. I'm 6 feet, 180 lbs. Can you recommend any boots or at least a flex rating. Thanks.
Question by: Rok on Jan 14, 2022, 12:30 PM
Hi Rok,

A good flex match for that ski would a boot with a 120-130 flex boot depending on your stiffness preference based on your weight and height. As far a s brand, its really what fits your foot the best. if you have a brand that currently fits you well start with that, especially in last category as this is geared towards low or high volume feet for starters. We always recommend trying on boots before you buy. The most important piece by far out of all of your equipment.

Good luck!

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Jan 14, 2022, 1:17 PM

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