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Salomon Snowscape 7 Cross Country Skis

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Specs

Type:
  • Classic
Base:
  • Sintered
Waxless:
  • Waxless
Waxless:
  • Waxless
Dimensions:
  • 45mm
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 Year

Description: Salomon Snowscape 7 Cross Country Skis

Combinines maximum stability with maneuverability in a short length waxless ski for beginners and nature seekers. Wide enough to float outside tracks, yet narrow enough to fit perfectly within tracks.

Key Features of the Salomon Snowscape 7 Skis:
  • Sidecut type: S-Cut
  • Ski Construction: Optimized camber
  • D2FC
  • Digital Dynamic Flex Control
  • Grip technology: G2 Plus
  • Core: Densolite 1000
  • Base: G1 base
  • Weight 1250
  • Type Classic waxless

Snowscape 7


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Highly reviewed item and best price I've found.
Max F on Oct 30, 2013
Did this come with bindings?
A shopper on Jan 1, 2014
Best Answer: No but I bought the sns pilot sport bidings to go along with the skis for about $45. Expect about another $20 to have the bindings mounted once you receive the skis. It's still a great value and the skis work great.
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what does side cut mean in cross country skis?
Jim C on Feb 26, 2014
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Please tell me the width of the ski's, my friend has this model and there are 4 numbers 59-55-51-55...what does that represent? I assume it is width in mm but do not know the location of each measurement on the ski...thanks.
Is this ski OK for an athletic 60 year old male, 170lbs., starting out as a beginner, primarily to XC ski on groomed trails, but sometimes on un-groomed trails and does this ski have metal edging?
Lastly, is it true that some ski places will not allow metal edges on their XC trails, if so why?

Thanks!!
Glenn V on Jan 26, 2014
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