Rossignol Delta Classic Jr Cross Country Skis
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Rossignol Delta Classic Jr Cross Country Skis

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Type: Classic
Binding Mounts: NIS Plate
Waxless: Waxless
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 Year

Description: Rossignol Delta Classic Jr Cross Country Skis

Kick into the right nordic lane with the Rossignol Delta Classic Jr Cross Country Skis. When you need an upgrade to your ride setup, the Rossignol Delta Classics with a lightweight premium core are ready to rip from day one. This ski setup features a stone finish that optimizes glide over all snow conditions, as well as a sure kick concept for maximum glide and kick surface. The Rossignol Delta Classic Jr Cross Country Skis are here to give the touring boost you need!

Key Features of the Rossignol Delta Classic Jr Cross Country Skis:
  • SIDECUT: 40/ 44/ 44/ 44
  • CORE: LDC PREMIUM
  • BASE: K5000
  • Sure Kick Concept: Specially designed kick zone for classic specific skis, Maximizes grip and kick surface
  • Stone Finish: Prepared and finished on a grinding wheel, Optimizes glide qualities
  • Low Density Core: Exclusive Rossignol technology, A perfect balance between lightweight material and strength

Delta Classic Jr


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Excellent skis... but mis advertised.... they are not waxless as described
Fortunately as a former racer I do not mind waxing my kids skis. I was somewhat surprised though and initially unhappy with The Boardhouse.
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January 11, 2015
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What kind of boots go with these skis?
Rosibelita on Feb 19, 2015
Best Answer: Depends on what bindings you buy. There are two types of bindings, Salomon (SNS-Salomon Nordic System) and NNN (new nordic norm). Basically Salomon are the best but are expensive. NNN are used by all other manufacturers, Rossignol, Fischer, Alpina etc. You get more choices with NNN and can save money especially for junior skiers where top of the line equipment is not necessary. fischer junior boots are $69
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