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Rossignol X-Ium Skating WCS-S1 XC Skis



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Description: Rossignol X-Ium Skating WCS-S1 XC Skis

Worn by some of the greatest champions, the X-Ium world cup series has recorded a tally of sporting successes on all kinds of snow. The latest addition, the new X-Ium range, has quickly found its niche with the most demanding skiers. Together, these two product families are generating an outstanding commercial success for Rossignol’s Nordic Line.

Key Features of Rossignol X-Ium Skating WCS-S1 XC Skis:
  • Core: Nomex
  • Weight: 550g @ 186cm
  • Sole: R 9000 / Cold
  • Plate: NIS-7 Black
  • Sidecut: 40/44/43/43
  • 3D Carbon Profile
  • Supra Edge
  • Activ'' Cap
  • Low Tip

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For the X-lum skating WCS, what is the difference between the S1, S1 and S3?
A shopper on Jan 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The S1 is the lowest cambered of the three and is meant for cold snow conditions. 15 degrees F and lower. It has a special cold snow base and grind.
The S2 is the universal ski for temperatures 15 degrees to 30 degrees F with a base and grind to match. It has just a bit more camber than the S1 to meet the temperature range it is designed for.
The S3 is the warm dirty snow ski and has the least camber and is used in temperatures above 30 degrees F. It has a dirty snow base that is white so as to not have dirt adhere easily and a warm snow grind.
What weight are these (192cm) flexed for?
A shopper on Dec 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: These skis are chosen to match the skier's weight and height but primarily weight.
This will provide the skier with the most optimum experience.
What model year are these skis?
Donat-Pierre L on Dec 27, 2017
These are the 2016 model year X-lum skis.
I weigh 185 and am 5’11”. What size ski do you recommend in this particular ski?
L M on Jan 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The 180cm X-Lum would be the best size.


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