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SKU-8976roevxc4917zz-rossignol-cross-country-ski-packages Rossignol Evo XC 49 XC Skis w/ Rottefella Basic Bindings from Altrec  sku

Rossignol Evo XC 49 XC Skis w/ Rottefella Basic Bindings - 8976roevxc4917zz-rossignol-cross-country-ski-packages by Rossignol

Item description: This Hiking Cross Country Ski Packages product is by Rossignol - The Evo First 49 from Rossignol is a great set of cross country skis for the true beginner or recreational skier that is looking to explore the groomed tracks. It comes with a Rottefella Basic Binding pre-mounted on the ski that requires an NNN Cross Country boot. The Wood Air Core is lightweight, and the Double Cut Base will give you traction and gliding as you cruise through the woods. Construction: Laquered Sidewall Core: Wood/Air Weight: 700 g / 176 Sole: Double Cut Sidecut: 51/47/49 Bindings: Rottefella Basic... Learn More

Manufacturer: Rossignol

Keywords: Cross Country Ski Packages

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Category: Cross Country Ski Packages

$126.95

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