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SKU-8953rodelsjnk17zz-rossignol-cross-country-skis Rossignol Delta Skating Jr NIS XC Skis from Altrec  sku

Rossignol Delta Skating Jr NIS XC Skis - 8953rodelsjnk17zz-rossignol-cross-country-skis by Rossignol

Item description: This Hiking Cross Country Skis product is by Rossignol - The DELTA SKATING JR is a competition-level skate ski for strong junior skiers. The new thinner core profile is lighter weight, delivering a softer, more user-friendly flex at the tip and tail. Featuring Active Cap construction, Premium Low Density Core and Extended Edge technology, the lightweight Delta Jr ski delivers powerful and precise performance. A lower and shorter tip lightens swing weight and improves maneuverability while the Double Groove Guide enhances stability and tracking. The Delta Skate Jr is designed with a universal flex and camber height for all snow conditions. Construction: Active Cap Core: LDC Weight: 520g @ 163cm Sole: K5000 Plate: NIS 7 Black Sidecut: 42/44/44/44... Learn More

Manufacturer: Rossignol

Keywords: Cross Country Skis

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Store: Altrec.com has been serving the outdoor internet community since 1996. We have thousands of bikes, snowboards, skis, boots, bindings, clothing, and accessories in stock and at your fingertips.

Category: Cross Country Skis

$113.95

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