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Designed for recreational skiers, this waxless ski set offers maximum control and ease. Its low heel-toe camber and G2 Synchro grip give it a secure waxless kick. The ski is delivered pre-mounted with the safe Prolink Access Cl binding.
SKU : L409349PM
The G2 Plus base provides secure grip and glide.
Stability and control
The ski's S-Cut shape and medium length provide skiers with additional control and stability for maximum confidence on the snow.
The Densolite core is light and durable.
Densolite 1000 : Light and consistent core made with uni-directional fiberglass wrap and pre-shaped Densolite foam.
S-Cut : Light carving sidecut behind the foot and a wider platform at the frontfoot provide more control and stability, especially when descending out of the tracks.
G1 base : Solid base.
Performance Grinding : Low pressure, robust stone grinding for easy glide in all snow conditions.
G2 Plus : No wax pattern for very good kick and consistent glide.
Mid Length : More control and stability, especially when descending out of the tracks.
Tail Protector : Additional protection in the tail.
D2FC Digital Dynamic Flex Control : Digital control of the molding press enables the generation of optimal flex and camber for specific performance on snow. D2FC ensures also perfect ski pairing.
Heel-Toe Camber : Highly efficient classic camber that provides easy kick and compression when pressing with the forefoot, but remains lifted when pressing with the mid or rear of the foot. Improves glide and ski return acceleration.
A pair of classic cross-country skis is about 15 to 20 cm longer than the skier is tall. However, the most important thing to think about is your weight and your skill level.
Using your height and weight, find the right-sized ski for you.
Then fine-tune your choice based on your technical skill and your goals for making progress.
Stuck between 2 skis? If you're just getting started with cross-country skiing or aren't comfortable with classic techniques yet, choose the smaller ski. However, if your goal is to improve your performance, we recommend going for the longer ski.