Yes, spaceframes are foam cored. But the spaceframe refers to the way they have more material under foot for stability and less tip and tail for easier turn entry and flexibility. On the top of the ski you can see where the extra material is located.
No, spaceframe boots are distinguishable by the hex shaped cutouts on the outside bottom part of the boot. They asymnetrically soften the boot for a flex more appropriate to carving with today's skis and stance.
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spaceframe does not mean 'foam core' spacefreame is a way of putting more material in certain areas and taking it away from other areas in order to make more desireable flex or weight patterns. basically for better performance. in the boots, certain ammounts of material (plastic) are removed some areas. this provides a lower weight and the desired flex that they want. in the skis, they add a little material to the skis. you can see it as the parts that rise up a little that go from the middle towards the tips. ok, now that's salomon's official definition and they believe that it works. i think they need to use different materials to make a good ski. they were closer with the promodels this year b/c apparently they had the same core as their higher end race skis (half wood/half foam). i'm just not a fan of cap construction though. i'd take sandwich any day of the week