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Madshus Redline Carbon Classic Cold XC Skis - 89005marlccc14zz-madshus-cross-country-skis by Madshus

Item description: This Hiking Cross Country Skis product is by Madshus - p class="p1" span class="s1" Built with a low, universal camber style specifically designed for cold snow conditions, the Redline Carbon Classic Cold Ski has a slight splay in the tip and tail for minimal snow resistance and improved glide. This carbon cross-country ski's P200 Plus base delivers consistent, predictable performance.  /span /p p class="p2" span class="s1" /span br / /p p class="p1" span class="s1" The Madshus empower™ app is changing cross-country skiing as we know it. Train smarter by pairing your Redline skis with empower™. /span /p p class="p3" span class="s2" LENGTH: /span span class="s1" 185-210cm/5 /span /p p class="p3" span class="s2" SIDECUT: /span span class="s1" 44-42-44mm /span /p p class="p3" span class="s2" WEIGHT: /span span class="s1" 900g/190cm (pair /span /p p class="p3" span class="s2" CAMBER: /span span class="s1" Classic Low/Madshus Speed Tip /span /p p class="p3" span class="s2" CORE: /span span class="s1" PR 100X and Triaxial Carbon Construction /span /p ... Learn More

Manufacturer: Madshus

Keywords: Cross Country Skis

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Category: Cross Country Skis

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