These entry-level performance skis welcome novice skiers to groomed trails and would serve well as an affordable pair of racing skis. The flex and sidecut make them predictable at slower speeds. And compared to racing skis, they require less power to close the ski with the snow surface, saving energy to focus on developing speed and technique.
- Activ'Cap construction combines 12 materials to ensure the ski is flexible and has freedom of movement at tip and tail to float and glide over uneven terrain.
- Air channeled wood core is reinforced with basalt for strength and increased energy transfer.
- Extended edge provides stability.
- Cobra sidecut promotes fluid skating while maintaining edge hold and pressure through every phase of the skating sequence.
- Double grooves in the base promote consistent tracking and stabiilty during skating for great control.
- NIS binding plate pre-mounted.
- K7000 base promotes glide in all snow conditions and temperatures.
|Ideal for||Fitness skate skiing|
Sandwich and combination construction is generally used for big freeride-style skis while the lighter structural cap type of construction is more commonly found on cross-country skis.
|Dimension (all lengths)||40-44-43-43mm|
User weight range
A good starting point for selecting ski or snowboard length. You might choose a shorter or longer length based on terrain and ability.
Often called "fish scale" skis, waxless skis are designed so you don't need to apply kick wax. However, you may still want to apply glide wax for a better glide. They are a good option for those who don't like waxing, or for regions where temperatures can vary greatly throughout the day.