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Madshus Redline Carbon Classic Plus XC Skis

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Description: Madshus Redline Carbon Classic Plus XC Skis

These Madshus Redline Carbon Classic Plus XC skis are a great choice for those looking to invest in a pair of high-quality, classic-style skis that are up to plenty of years of use. Featuring a NIS binding for easy mounting and adjusting, you can be on the trails in no time while feeling confident that your skis fit perfectly and stay comfortable no matter how long you're out. The high camber profile and distinct splay give these skis more glide, meaning you can reach higher speeds with less effort. These cross-country skis can also be waxed for overall better performance and for matching the type of snow you're skiing. Great for intermediate skiers who are out in temperatures freezing and above, these cross-country skis are a must for the trails this winter.

Key Features of Madshus Redline Carbon Classic Plus XC Skis:
  • Sidecut: 44-42-44
  • Weight: 900gr/190cm (pair)
  • Camber: Classic High/Distinct Splay
  • Core: PR 100X & Triaxial
  • Carbon Construction
  • Base: P200 Nano Transparent
  • CAD: Computer Aided Design

Redline Carbon Classic Plus


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Hello, I am interested in the Madshus Redline plus skis. I am 147 lbs., 5'5" and I am an intermediate classic skier. My current race ski is a pair of Karhu Vulcan's ; size 190. I see at the Madshus Sizing chart I am in the 190 -195 size range.. I also see on your website that there is a 195 ( 50-60 ) and a 195 ( 70-80 ) designation. What are those designations ? Kilograms ? Or a stiffness # like Fisher's FA # ? And is the 195 too long ?
My Karhu's are a "cold" ski and they are plenty stiff. Thanks for your time. Sincerely, Pat.
A shopper on Apr 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The number in parentheses represents weight in kg. It's possible to be faster on a longer ski (more ski gliding when unweighted) but that also means you need strong technique on your kick.

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