2022 Elan Wildcat 76 Women's Skis w/ ELW 9.0 GW Shift Bindings
Elan Wildcat 76 Women's Skis w/ ELW 9.0 GW Shift Bindings
The Elan Wildcat 76 women's skis with bindings are a fantastic choice for intermediate skiers who spend most of their time on the front side of the mountain. In order to get the most out of your ski day, you have to be on the right gear, and for most intermediate ladies, the Elan Wildcat 76 skis with bindings will be the setup of choice. Thanks to a wood core and Elan's unique way of building skis, the Wildcat 76 will take you to the next level of your skiing and beyond. The biggest thing is the boost of confidence that you'll get when you click in to the binding system. For how stable and secure they are, they feel quite light, and for most skiers looking to advance their skills, this really builds your attitude and fearlessness to a new level. With bulkier skis that are more difficult to maneuver, it can make obstacle avoidance a very tricky thing. The light weight of the Elan Wildcat 76 puts you in the driver's seat and able to accomplish a lot of turns in a short amount of time. Thanks to their Amphibio rocker profile, the Elan Wildcat skis are smooth into and out of every turn. By rockering the outside portions and cambering the inside edges, the skis become easy to maneuver at any point in the turn, without feeling hooky or grabby. This is unique to Elan skis, and makes a whole lot of sense in this application. The Elan Wildcat 76 women's skis with Light Shift 9.0 bindings are a fantastic setup for beginner and intermediate skiers.
- Sidecut: 127/76/104 mm at all lengths
- Turn Radius: 13.9 meters at 158 cm length
- Wood Core
- True Line Technology
- Amphibio Rocker Profile
- Light Shift 9.0 Bindings
- Ability Level: Beginner and Intermediate Skiers
I guess I'd say the 150 would be a better choice, but I don't think she'll have a bad time on the shorter skis. Not quite the stability at speed, but if she's not interested in going fast, then there's nothing wrong with the shorter length. I purposely keep my kids on shorter skis so they don't go too fast. Don't tell them though. Have fun!
Yes they are!
For a beginner who may be a bit rusty because they only do a week of skiing a year going shorter will be beneficial. It will translate to quick and easier turns. So the 144 would be my recommendation.
I hope this helped,
yes they would be compatible!