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Fischer CRS Classic VASA Skis NIS
$152.00 $225.00 32% Savings
The Fischer CRS is an all-around waxable classic ski for every snow condition. With solid performance this ski is great for first time classic skiers new to Nordic kick waxing, or first year high school team racer.
Fischer CRS Classic Skis IFP
$159.96 - $199.95 $199.95 Up To 20% Savings
The Fischer CRS is an all-around waxable classic ski for every snow condition, thanks to the Stoneground base finish. With solid performance this ski makes a great first time race ski or recreational fitness ski. With new material composition, the elasticity of the ski body has increased providing a more forgiving kick action and a more easy-going skiing experience. The CRS comes with the new IFP plate for easy mounting of the new Turnamic binding system (NNN and Prolink compatible). The balance point of this binding can easily be adjusted for varying snow conditions and skier technique.
Salomon Equipe 8 Classic Ski
$180.00 $225.00 20% Savings
Equipe 8 Classic is one of the favorite high school team race skis for it's universal performance and value. It is quick, light and designed to glide fast in control. The heel toe camber provides easy kick and compression when driving the forefoot, but remains lifted when gliding or standing. This means great grip without drag. With the new G4 ZEOLIT base combined with the Race Universal grinding and Zeolit additive for better wax absorption, you just get a lot of great ski action on the snow.
Fischer Superlite Crown EF Skis IFP
$229.46 - $269.95 $269.95 Up To 15% Savings
The new Easy Forward construction and camber of the Superlight Crown EF is just an easy ski to ski. It's light and glides really well. This ski is not our first choice for a first time Nordic skier, but it is a great step forward from a wider, shorter introductory ski. We really like this ski!
Fischer Superlite Wax EF Skis
$229.50 - $269.95 $269.95 Up To 15% Savings
Many of our customers want to feel the glide of a waxable ski but are not looking for the high-test performance, or the price, of a race ski. This ski is a little more forgiving with a wider side cut for stability, a softer flex needing less force to get kick, and a slightly shorter length for maneuverability.
Fischer RCR Classic Skis
$244.97 $349.95 30% Savings
The RCR is a popular lightweight and stable classic ski for ambitious skiers. This ski is ready for all snow conditions and a marathon favorite.
Fischer Twin Skin X-Lite EF Skis
$246.46 $289.95 15% Savings
We are surprised at how well the Twin Skin X-Lite skin skis grip on icy tracks, or slushy conditions. They are very easy to ski. And, with our variable New England snow conditions, this is a great ski to have in your quiver.
Atomic Sport Pro Skintec
$273.00 $390.00 30% Savings
Skin skis are rapidly growing in popularity. With our variable New England weather, skis with skins are extremely effective in difficult-to-wax snow conditions. A skin ski has better grip then a typical waxless ski in glazed, hard, or icy snow conditions. The Sport Pro Skintec SDS construction requires less effort to get traction with your classic kick, which means it is just easy to ski. It's not a racing skin ski, but an active skier will enjoy this ski. This 200cm ski is best suited for an experienced skier weighing 154-200 pounds. Keep in mind that it is better to be on the lighter side of a skin ski's recommended weight range. Give us a call if you want some help properly sizing these skis.
Salomon RC Classic Ski
$280.00 - $350.00 $350.00 Up To 20% Savings
We are really excited about the RC Classic for race and high performance skiing. It shares the features of the hi-end S-LAB Classic line up but provides a smoother, easier, more forgiving kick when engaging the camber. This is due to the D-Carbon Core construction - which also contributes to the ski's light weight and responsiveness. With the G5 World Cup base and grind it's ready for all conditions.
Salomon RC Skin Ski
$280.00 $350.00 20% Savings
We really like how the RC Skin skis. It's unlikely that a skin ski is going to ski the same as a waxable ski, but we were impressed with the RC Skin. Ultimately, when the snow conditions are at their extremes (icy, glazed, wet, etc.) the RC Skin is a great alternative without giving up a lot of performance. The glued in (and replaceable) Skingrip inserts provide precise secure grip in variable snow conditions. The Salomon RC model shares many of the features of the hi-end S-LAB Classic line up but provides an easier, more forgiving kick when engaging the camber. This is due to the D-Carbon Core construction - which also contributes to the ski's light weight and responsiveness. With the G5 World Cup base and grind it's ready for all conditions.
Fischer RCS Classic Plus Soft Skis
$314.95 $449.95 30% Savings
A ski with World Cup experience. The RCS Classic is tried and tested and an excellent choice for sporty, ambitious skiers. The Plus model is used in conditions above -5°C. The flex on this particular RCS Classic ski is for a skier weighing 145-160 pounds. NIS plates for NNN soled boots. Bindings not included.
Salomon Equipe RC Skin Skis
$350.00 $450.00 22% Savings
We really like how this particular skin ski skis. It's unlikely that a skin ski is going to ski the same as a waxable ski, but we were impressed with the Equipe RC Skin. Ultimately, when the snow conditions are at their extremes (icy, glazed, wet, etc.) the RC Skin is a great alternative without giving up a lot of performance. The glued in (and replaceable) Skingrip inserts provide precise secure grip in variable snow conditions.
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