The Madshus Multigrip waxless base gives the Intrasonic versatile, low-noise, strong-gripping, and hassle-free performance in any condition. Citizen racers will enjoy the Intrasonic MG’s moderate sidecut, responsive air-channeled wood core, and light weight for fast workouts on the groomed trails.
The K2 Talkback 88 is a picture of efficiency for any advanced female skier. It features the same ultra-light Paulownia/Maple core and Snophobic topsheet as the TalkBack 96, but with a trimmer 88mm waist for practically effortless ascents. The All-Terrain Rocker delivers ease and consistency whether skiing through tight glades or making figure 8’s in untouched powder.
The K2 WayBack 88 is the no-frills, even lighter ECOre version of our uphill warrior, ready and willing to battle anything from wind-buffed hard pack to creamy spring corn. ECOre is built with lightweight, eco-friendly balsa wood and integrated fiber stringers that dampen performance and improve accuracy – K2-crafted for safe, sensational backcountry lines. With fully reliable, fully removable skin hardware, the WayBack 88 is a high-performance backside ski that’s always itching to try new trailheads.
This ski can carve. Traditional Norwegian timber construction with snappy flex.
"I don't know why Åsnes named this ski V20. Maybe It's because it has such a big engine. The V20 was ready to run all day long. Although it didn't make anyones top ski of the day, it was a consistent second or third pick on a lot of score sheets in the GS category. It's a very balanced ski with a large sweet spot and an even, medium flex all of which means that it's a very comfortable, confidence-inspiring ski to ride. It's easy to initiate in short and long turns, as well as being butter smooth and silky at high speeds, according to Eric, our hard skiing patrolman. Several other testers added that as hard as they tried to rattle the V20 at speeds, they couldn't get the ski to chatter and it never felt like you were on the highway with the windows open. The big shovel also meant that the V20 was more than competent everywhere on the mountain, with a propensity to really stick a long, damp GS Turn." - Couloir Magazine
New: the proven winners' ski with World Cup experience is now also available as a Hole Ski. The pendulum motion is reduced and less effort is required as a result. Thanks to this top technology the RCS is particularly close to its big brother. The Plus model is used in conditions above -5°C.
The widest among the cross country skis with Offtrack Crown: thanks its large contact surface the S-Bound 125 ensures exceptional grip. Fischer Easy Skin can be added for steep climbs. Thanks to its sidecut it is suitable for carving and can be used as a telemark ski or for easy ski tours.
The Superlite Crown is the top model for recreational skiers looking for absolute skiing enjoyment: its noticeable weight reduction with Power Layer makes it a true highlight. The Vario Crown model gives you a powerful kick action and maximum smoothness when gliding.
Top seller with Vario Crown for skiers searching for absolute skiing enjoyment. The new Efficient Forward technology gives the body of the ski a previously unattained elasticity which drives the sporty, ambitious skier to achieve top performances thanks to a forgiving kick action and an easy-going skiing experience.
The skin ski for extremely sporty cross country skiers. Two separate skin strips arranged in slightly offset positions and with variable base-depth integration result in smooth and harmonious gliding. The 100% mohair gives you real grip, above all in hard or icy conditions.
The new Annum blends a Nordic heritage with a wider, turn-oriented platform to create a completely unique, light backcountry touring ski. Its deeper progressive side cut and carbon reinforcement initiate smooth turns and hold a strong edge, while the 78mm waist and wide tip handle soft snow with ease. The Annum lets you kick, glide and climb confidently with the MGV Omni base, whether you’re touring for turns or just exploring winter’s wonders. This model replaces the Karhu Guide backcountry skis.
New for 2011 this model replaces the Karhu Guide backcountry skis.
Featuring the Madshus Paulownia core construction with their unique fiberglass and carbon layup, the Beitostolen MGV+ cross country is an extremely lightweight, high-quality touring ski with 4mm sidecut and Torsion Cap construction for easy turning.
For all-around classic skiing without the hassle of waxing, the Madshus MGV+ grip base gives the Beitostolen MGV+ versatile, low-noise, and strong-gripping performance in any condition.
The Birkebeiner Classic Carbon Zero cross country ski adds the specially-prepared rubberized Zero base material to the wider racing construction for performance in even the worst of waxing conditions. Ski confidently with the innovative waxless base, and discover its versatility from -4° Celsius and all the way through to spring slush.
The Butterfly MG makes winter play even easier for young kids with the no-hassle, wax-free Multigrip base. Go anywhere with excellent grip from the waxless pattern and the durability of the wood core and cap construction, all packaged together with appealing girls’ graphics and an NIS plate for easy binding mounting.
A recreational nordic ski with all-around ease, the wider body of the new Cadenza 100 offers a stable, confident platform. The secure grip of the Multigrip system lets you grab your skis and go in any conditions without the hassle of waxing. From the backyard to your local nordic center, the Cadenza 100 was designed to explore new trails.