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Carbonfibre Classic Roller skis

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The Carbonfibre rollerskis - these are the popular wood core model from Swenor for the more lightweight skiers with a weight up to around 75kg.

These rollerskis are light weight with excellent snow-like feel. Carbonfibre provides a great roll on asphalt and shock damping due to the sandwich wood core construction and the rubber wheels. The wheels are slightly smaller on this model compared to the Swenor Fibreglass and Finstep - this enhances stability.

A great choice for beginners and advanced skiers from juniors to adults.

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Specifications

Roller Ski Type:
Classic
Compatible Binding System:
NNN/NIS, Turnamic, SNS Classic, Prolink, Rottefella MOVE™
Wheelbase:
720 mm
Binding:
Not included
Flex:
Soft
Frame Height:
23 mm
Frame Width:
40 mm
Frame Material:
Fibreglass, Light weight wood
Ground Clearance:
30 mm
Fork Type:
External Bolt On
Wheel material:
Rubber casted
Fork Material:
Aluminium
Wheel diameter:
65mm
Plate Premounted:
No Plate Pre Mounted
Wheel width:
40mm
Wheel Speed:
Standard (2)
Bearing Function:
One Way
Mudguards:
Included
Brake Type:
Not included
Assembly:
Partly assembled

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reviews   (7)

I am new to the sport, last time I actually did that was on cross country skis when I was 10, back in Courchevel... i needed something to get back in shape, without having to drive miles away with skis or Mtb on the car roof rack. At first it takes a few times, to get used to keep a balance on the rollers. wheels are not quite flat like I though they were, I guess they are like that so you can push sideway and skate. Definitely do buy carbon made, it really helps cutting the vibrations on rough roads.
Laurent Sauvanet (Secaucus)
23/03/2021
Rating: 4 of 5!
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