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Easy to handle ski that would suit recreational skiers looking to improve their performance. We tested the Magnum 7.7 in all conditions during our 2013 on snow ski test in Austria and liked the way they handled at slow to medium speeds on groomed slopes.
Level
Intermediate
Terrain
All Mountain
Best for
Skiing all conditions mostly within the marked areas in-resort. Would suit recreational to advanced skiers who like to mash up everything from groomed slopes to bumps with the occasional off-piste excursion.
Price
£439.00
lengths
153, 160, 167, 174
Type
Ski
Off-piste
6
Low speed
9
On-piste
8
High speed
6
Overall Score
8
The Magnum range is aimed at all mountain skiers who like to stay mainly on-piste.

They carve well on groomed snow and at slow speeds make turning feel easy and light. When performing shorter radius turns they are responsive and fun to ski on, but they start to feel less stable when the speed goes up.

They can handle bumps well but struggle more in deep powder snow, you can get away with it but they would rather be in firmer conditions.

It’s a good recreational ski that would suit someone looking to progress on-piste with their carving turns and take the occasional foray into bumps or powder.

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