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  • Rossignol Delta Sport Skating IFP/Race Skate 22/23

Rossignol Delta Sport Skating IFP/Race Skate 22/23

$319.99
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If you want to take your skate skiing to a new level of success, then the Rossignol Delta Sport Skating IFP with Race Skate Bindings will take you there.

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The Rossignol Delta Sport Skating IFP with Race Skate Bindings are designed for the recreational and fitness-level skate skier and are very popular with high school racers. Easy to learn on, these skis track well and are super stable due to their dual base grooves and famous "Cobra Sidecut." The Rossignol Delta Sport skate skis have high-end features like the Activ' Cap, which offers a balance of torsional rigidity and supple flex from tip to tail for all-conditions stability. A premium low-density core features a lightweight wood core with air channels and basalt fiber reinforcements for a lively feel and increased energy and return. A K7000 tuned base along with stiff skating camber makes them a great value as well. With a slightly shorter cut than most other skis in its class, the Delta Sport climbs very well and maneuvers easily. These skis come pre-mounted with a Race Skate Binding. With quick, tool-free adjustment capability, these are easy to adjust forward or back for optimal personal preference and performance. The race skate binding is compatible with NNN, Prolink and Turnamic boots.  If you want to take your skate skiing to a new level of success, then the Rossignol Delta Sport Skating IFP with Race Skate Bindings will take you there.

Features:

Sidecut: 40/44/43 at 180 cm length

Weight: 630 grams at 180 cm length

LDC Wood Core

Activ' Cap Construction

Race Skate Binding

Ability Level: Advanced to Expert Skiers

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