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Madshus Redline Carbon Skate Plus XC Skis

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Description: Madshus Redline Carbon Skate Plus XC Skis

Due to its geometry and perfect stiffness profile, this is the natural choice for soft and warm conditions. The Redline Carbon Skate Plus ski features a newly developed transparent base with extraordinary glide properties in wet and dirty snow. If you find yourself skiing in these difficult conditions, the Redline Carbon Skate Plus is the ultimate solution!

Key Features of Madshus Redline Carbon Skate Plus XC Skis:
  • Sidecut: 44-43-44mm
  • Weight: 950g/190cm (pair)
  • Camber: Skate Low/Distinct Splay
  • Core: PR 100X & Triaxial Carbon Construction
  • Base: P200 Nano Transparent
  • CAD: Computer Aided Design

Redline Carbon Skate Plus


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Great deal on a great pair of skis.
Great skis at an unbelievable price--and great service from The House.
January 9, 2017
Chicago, IL, US
Purchased
1 year ago

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The-House.com Store
Great price for top of line ski.
Roy N on Apr 4, 2017
Great price for top of line ski.
Roy N on Apr 4, 2017
high end ski at an exceptional price
BRAD O on Jan 9, 2017
high end ski at an exceptional price
BRAD O on Jan 9, 2017
What do the numbers in parentheses after the length stand for? Thanks!
Connor M on Jun 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hey Connor,
The numbers in the parentheses are the recommended weight of the skier in kilograms. It indicates the relative stiffness of the ski. Heavier skiers would want a stiffer ski. Actually much more important for classic skis than skate - but still relavent.
I bought a pair of these Madshus Skate skis last fall and had very good luck with them! They are a relatively easy and forgiving ski to use. Plus a fantastic price for basically the same ski they are still making in 2018.

Happy Trails,
Robert van Vranken
Peacham Vermont
What year is the ski?
A shopper on Dec 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi,
everyone is right 14-15.

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