BONATTI 70 NEO UL

NEOTERIC

CARBON ULTRA LIGHT

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Sizes: 155 / 164 / 172 / 180

€ 700

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DESCRIPTION

You are planning a technical challenge that requests control, or you just want a daily training device that you ski with fun, the BONATTI will make you smile in all conditions.

The BONATTI is an ULTRALIGHT racing- jogging-device for long expedition-touring and multi terrain steep skiing. It is easy to handle and extremely versatile. The CARBON ultra-lightness makes it sprightly and energetic. The long camber gives it dominating precision.

The long and high nose tip lets the ski arise and float on the ski and permits you to lean more forward or to stay equilibrated NO MORE LEANING BACK. Having the gravity of your body balanced and centered helps you save a lot of energy and permits you additional reactivity.

Anything that can happen in the mountain is good for you and your ski will handle any situation. The long camber guarantees a steady curves and minimal disturbances.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Is a real mountain machine for climbing and ski-mountaineering. A strong mountain-tool to go on any expedition, and to ski steady and safe downhill, ensuring all necessary attributes for the steep and fast. Being ultra-light, the ski is shifted and displaced easily which makes it extremely energetic and interactive.

The ski is vivid and follows your movements instantaneously, maximal precision and reactivity in the snow. The ski is made for a climber that demands a snow-multi-tool, it handles any situation and provides outstanding security.

– Uphill oriented [touring-elevation-exploration = ELEPLORE]
– Very well suited for long climbs and tours
– Mutant ski, versatile off-piste and on-piste, one for all ski, good on any snow conditions
– Extremely light, precise in the curves, grip in the steep.
– Camber gives substantial contact with the snow
– Bottom sheet pro quality race level with 15% carbon [ISOSPORT 7500]
– High rising super nose spatula minimizing the risk to plunge into the snow
– Pro components, tail shock absorber, binding inlays, steel race edges
– Pro-flex and stiff-torsion, enhanced by vibration absorbing technology

The NEOTERIC lets you feel the complete ski from tip to tail at all times, it has more surface that is in contact with the snow consequently providing supplementary stability enabling higher speed, keeping the ski steady.

The ski, in combination of the ULTRALIGHT CARBON FIBER CONSTRUCTION, is extremely light and permits you to change your ski position any instant.

The carbon intensifies this featherweight ski feeling while the aramid fibers bring back the natural balance and comfortable touch. Turns come even and regular.

The extensive surface contact generally guarantees a domination of snow. The PRO-FLEX has been engineered to accentuate the neoteric camber giving feeling that is evolutionary. Any snow or mountain is welcome always having an agile, bustling and reactive ski experience with immense grip and control.

The ski is made for dedicated, proactive, energetic skiers. The neoteric has early and proportional high front rise that eliminates the tip plunging in the snow, permitting you to ski relaxed at midpoint.

CONSTRUCTED with two layers of carbon-aramid fiber on top a paulownia wood core and underneath two layers of carbon-aramid fiber. Strengthened in the upper middle and below the foot by an additional inlet of fiberglass, two phenol plates inlayed to reinforce the screws of the bindings, an X-tape of newest carbon fiber and a ribbon of carbon-Kevlar in the tip. Manufactured where all fiber-layers, above and below, completely traverse the ski covering the sidewalls, this technic adds a lot of strength. Carbon, when mixed with aramid fibers remains extremely light but manages to absorb a high percentage of vibrations.

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COMPOSITION & SPECS

Bonatti 70 NEOTERIC CAMBER ULTRALIGHT
Total Flat Length (cm) 155 164 172 180
Weight (kg) 0,95 1 1,05 1,1
Width Measures:
Front, Middle,Back (mm)
98,69,84 102,71,88 107,73,92 112,75,96
Radius Average (m) 17,5 18 18,5 19
Radius Center (m) 16 16,5 17 17,5
Nose Rise Length (mm) 290 300 300 300
Tail Length (mm) 80 80 80 80
Front Rocker Length (mm) NO ROCKER 
Back Rocker Length (mm) NO ROCKER 
Running Length (mm) 1180 1260 1340 1420
Camber Height (mm) 5 5 5 5
Nose Height (mm) 46 51 51 51
Tail Height (mm) 8 9 9 9
Middle Boot From Tail (mm) 665 700 735 770
1BIG CUBIC TEXTURE HARD POLYAMIDE
TOPSHEET
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The main characteristics of polyamides are as follows:

• Resistance to aging at high temperatures and over long periods.
• High mechanical strength and high rigidity.
• Functional tenacity even at low temperatures.
• Intrinsic resistance to fire.
• Excellent dielectric properties.
• Good resistance to abrasion.
• High oxygen barrier.

2SIDE WALL ABS
ABS
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  • Especially designed for winter sport applications.
  • Charpy impact strength notched: +23 C°/-25C°
  • Charpy impact hardness: +23C°/-25C°
  • ISO DUR ID1000-147
3CARBON FIBER
CARBON
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Carbon fibers or carbon fibres are fibers about 5–10 micrometres in diameter and composed mostly of carbon atoms.
Carbon fibers have several advantages such as:
• High stiffness,
• High tensile strength,
• Low weight,
• High chemical resistance,
• High temperature tolerance and low thermal expansion.

Its main use is to serve as a reinforcement in composite materials, which makes it possible to obtain parts having good mechanical properties while being significantly lighter than metal parts.
These properties have made carbon fiber very popular in aerospace, civil engineering, military, and motorsports, along with other competition sports.

4ARAMID FIBER
ARAMIDE
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The main characteristics of Aramid Fiber are as follows:
• High tensile strength
• High modulus of elasticity
• Excellent vibration damping factor
• Low density
• Excellent thermal stability from -70 ° C to + 200 ° C
• Does not sustain combustion, does not melt, carbonization at 425 ° C
• Good resistance to fatigue
• Excellent dielectric properties
• Good chemical resistance to fuels, seawater but not strong acids and bases

53-AXIAL FIBERGLASS
FIBERGLASS
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E-glass fibre products are particularly resistant to abrasion and vibration and have excellent flexibility. The glass thread has a higher specific resistance (tensile strength/volumetric mass) than that of steel. This feature makes it possible to develop glass threads that reinforce high performance composites.
The main characteristics of Fiberglass are as follows:
• Inorganic
• Good resistance to abrasion and vibrations
• Incombustible
• Rot-resistant
• Resistant to the main chemical agents
• Excellent dielectric strength
• Excellent dimensional stability

63-AXIAL FIBERGLASS

(MIDDLE SKI POWER SHEET)

FIBERGLASS
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E-glass fibre products are particularly resistant to abrasion and vibration and have excellent flexibility. The glass thread has a higher specific resistance (tensile strength/volumetric mass) than that of steel. This feature makes it possible to develop glass threads that reinforce high performance composites.
The main characteristics of Fiberglass are as follows:
• Inorganic
• Good resistance to abrasion and vibrations
• Incombustible
• Rot-resistant
• Resistant to the main chemical agents
• Excellent dielectric strength
• Excellent dimensional stability

7PHENOL

(REINFORCEMENT FOR BINDING)

PHENOL
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Phenol ISODUR SKP is used as flank material for our skis.
In this material, the high-strength papers are impregnated with phenolic resins and compressed into sheets of durable, durable and reactive material.
This material is characterized by its excellent mechanical properties.

8CARBON FIBER + FIBRGLASS

(TORSION STABILIZER, CROSS-BAND)

CARBON
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Carbon fibers or carbon fibres are fibers about 5–10 micrometres in diameter and composed mostly of carbon atoms.
Carbon fibers have several advantages such as:
• High stiffness,
• High tensile strength,
• Low weight,
• High chemical resistance,
• High temperature tolerance and low thermal expansion.

Its main use is to serve as a reinforcement in composite materials, which makes it possible to obtain parts having good mechanical properties while being significantly lighter than metal parts.
These properties have made carbon fiber very popular in aerospace, civil engineering, military, and motorsports, along with other competition sports.

FIBERGLASS
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E-glass fibre products are particularly resistant to abrasion and vibration and have excellent flexibility. The glass thread has a higher specific resistance (tensile strength/volumetric mass) than that of steel. This feature makes it possible to develop glass threads that reinforce high performance composites.
The main characteristics of Fiberglass are as follows:
• Inorganic
• Good resistance to abrasion and vibrations
• Incombustible
• Rot-resistant
• Resistant to the main chemical agents
• Excellent dielectric strength
• Excellent dimensional stability

9ARAMID FIBER + CARBON FIBER + BASALT FIBER

(VIBRATION REDUCER FRONT-BAND )

ARAMIDE
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The main characteristics of Aramid Fiber are as follows:
• High tensile strength
• High modulus of elasticity
• Excellent vibration damping factor
• Low density
• Excellent thermal stability from -70 ° C to + 200 ° C
• Does not sustain combustion, does not melt, carbonization at 425 ° C
• Good resistance to fatigue
• Excellent dielectric properties
• Good chemical resistance to fuels, seawater but not strong acids and bases

BASALT
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• Good tensile strength (superior to fiberglass)
• Non-toxic and inert, it produces no gas or smoke
• UV resistant, chemicals and remains sterile
• Excellent dielectric insulator
• Excellent impact resistance
• Excellent thermal and acoustic insulation
• Withstands temperatures from -260 ° C to 815 ° C

CARBON
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Carbon fibers or carbon fibres are fibers about 5–10 micrometres in diameter and composed mostly of carbon atoms.
Carbon fibers have several advantages such as:
• High stiffness,
• High tensile strength,
• Low weight,
• High chemical resistance,
• High temperature tolerance and low thermal expansion.

Its main use is to serve as a reinforcement in composite materials, which makes it possible to obtain parts having good mechanical properties while being significantly lighter than metal parts.
These properties have made carbon fiber very popular in aerospace, civil engineering, military, and motorsports, along with other competition sports.

10VERTCAL LAMINATED WOODCORE ULTRALIGHT PAULOWNIA
WOODCORE
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Paulownia is the wood of the phoenix tree. The paulownia wood is tall and straight. It is the leader among the trees.
Paulownia is one of the lightest woods. It has the unique characteristics of resistance to rot, acid and alkali.

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11EDGE VULCANIZED RUBBER
RUBBER
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Thin rubber used between the metal edge and fiberglass layers to minimize shearing-induced delamination.
Equalising temperature-related expansion and differing stress-strain coefficients.
Suitability for use over a wide temperature range.
Vibration damping up to the point of component decoupling.

12RACE EDGE STAINELESS STEEL

(RACE-EDGE STAINLESS STEEL “C67S”)

STEEL
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The steel racing edge provides smooth flex and minimal friction resistance.
The main characteristics of stainless steel are as follows:
• High durability
• Good ductility
• Optimal gliding behaviour
• Improved adhesion
• High mechanical strength
• Good workability

13ULTIMATE HARD SPEED BASE
BASESHEET
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• Made of premium crosslink polyethylene.
• Good abrasion resistance, very low stress level.
• Modified with wax for better gliding.

14HEEL SHOCK ABSORBER
HEEL SHOCK ABS
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• Especially designed for winter sport applications.
• Charpy impact strength notched: +23 C°/-25C°
• Charpy impact hardness: +23C°/-25C°
• ISO DUR ID1000-147

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ADDITIONAL MATERIALS
WAX
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Ski wax is a material applied to the bottom of snow runners, including skis, to improve their coefficient of friction performance under varying snow conditions. The two main types of wax used on skis are glide waxes and grip waxes.

They address kinetic friction—to be minimized with a glide wax—and static friction—to be achieved with a grip wax.

Both types of wax are designed to be matched with the varying properties of snow, including crystal type and size, and moisture content of the snow surface, which vary with temperature and the temperature history of the snow.

RESIN
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Bio Based resin is outcoming from the latest innovations in bio-based chemistry.
Bio Based resin is produced with a high content of carbon from plant origin.
The bio-based Carbon content of our supplier’s system is certified by an independent laboratory using Carbon 14 measurements (ASTM D6866 or XP CEN/TS 16640)
This is a significant technological advance on the following points: Clarity, colour, performances and guarantees of industrial tonnages availability.

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