The Fury’s are big skis and kinda strong. Personally they do about as much for my skiing as a fish and chip shop is my first port of call after working most of my early life in Michelin starred restaurants.
The Fury’s sport a woodcore, a hefty-ish plate and are favoured by many an expert skier looking for a pair of blasters for all-mountain fun. They definitely do have their place as they do give you a feeling of invincibility but at the same time they feel like barges and there is not too much agility or playfulness to speak of – if it is stability you seek then as an advanced to expert back-country/all-mountain skier you will probably really enjoy them – me, well I’d take a pair of Czars anyday!
Skireviews.co.uk rating – 85/100
Very good freeride all-mountain skis but they lack agility and are certainly superseded by a pair of Lord’s for pretty much any skier.
The manufacturer says this about the Salomon FURY Z14 Skis 2008:
All-mountain high performance (85 mm), the expert one ski quiver for all-terrain.