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 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.
The Eon is the classic bridge between Nordic and Downhill design, the embodiment of efficiency and versatility for off-trail travel. Its narrower platform, MGV Omni waxless base and added camber tour with ease and provide a snap to your stride. For the occasional descent or rolling terrain, the Eon turns quickly with its deeper sidecut in the forebody for a relaxed, smooth ride.
This model replaces the Karhu XCD GT backcountry skis.
A confident go-anywhere ski, the Epoch quickly covers ground up or down hills, and anything in between. The MGV Omni base provides superior kick and glide with a progressive, positive-set waxless pattern, while the progressive radius sidecut and full-length edge turn effortlessly with the Epoch’s lively flex. From logging roads and backcountry trails to forested glades and low-angle bowls, the Epoch skis with ease.
This model replaced the Karhu XCD 10th Mountain skis.