Wolf Carbon

Stereo Wolf Carbon

Brand
Stereo
Model
Wolf Carbon
Category
Touring
Weight
1670 gr
Waist
108 mm
Tested length
188 cm
Year
2018

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SFI (Ski Flex Index) 

4
5
5
4
4
Fri Flyt overall rating of Stereo Wolf Carbon:

8 / 10

Hard snow:
7 / 10
Soft snow:
8 / 10
Up:
8 / 10
Technical info:
The carbon version of the model we tested last year has an even shape and flex, and the transitions between rocker and taper are balanced. The specific weight is fairly low and the sidecut is evenly distributed in the entire length, with a 20 metre turning radius. Low camber and average flex, even if the front ski is a little soft. The tail is quite high. Norwegian Stereo manufacture their skis in Åre, Sweden, and all their models have been upgraded this year.

On snow:
The test riders responded differently to Stereo Wolf Carbon. But it performs well on the big mountain and is stable at speed. This is typical for Stereo. A classic ski with an even flex, smooth transitions between rocker and taper and a 20 metre turning radius. Two out of four test riders felt that it is a little dull and unstable. This might be due to the soft front ski. All in all, Stereo Wolf Carbon is a versatile touring ski that is especially works well at high speed and charging down the mountain.


Wolf Carbon

Technical data:

Measured length
188 cm
Flex (relative stiffness)
SFI 45544
Brand
Stereo
Model
Wolf Carbon
Produced
Sweden
Available lengths
170, 179
Contact length
111 cm
Rocker tail
34 cm
Rocker nose
43 cm
Side cut
130 cm
Taper tail
27 cm
Taper tip
31 cm
Setback (true center to narrowest point)
10 cm
Tested mounting point (true center to boot center)
9 cm
Max tail width
127 mm
Min waist width
108 mm
Max nose width
137 mm
Side cut radius
20 mR
Width difference nose vs. tail
10 mm
Surface area (one ski)
2182 cm2
Weight
1670 gr
Relative weight
0.77 gr/cm2
Hight tail tip
49 mm
Hight nose tip
63 mm
Angle tail tip
27°
Angle nose tip
29°
Height of camber
4 mm

This sequence of numbers indicates stiffness. Each number corresponds to a part of the ski, from tail to tip. 5 equals the average
for this part and length of the ski. Lower values indicate softer skis, higher values stiffer.