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Rossignol Evo Trail Cross Country Skis


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Description: Rossignol Evo Trail Cross Country Skis

Roll out of bed, grab your gear and head to the slopes with Rossignol Evo Trail Cross Country Skis. Unless you are getting chased down by grizzly bears, these skis will be ready to handle whatever winter challenges you find on the mountain. The Evo Trail skis are ready to blaze trails over new snow along flats or to tear up the snow waiting on the hills. From the lodge to the paths, the Evo Trail skis will get you around in style.

  • Key Features of the Rossignol Evo Trail Cross Country Skis:
  • Active Cap Construction
  • Wood Air Core
  • Extended Edge
  • Short Sizing
  • Positrack
  • Stone Finish

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I'm an Out the Back Door woods skier and these ski's had good reviews for that.
Dana T on Feb 10, 2015
I'm an Out the Back Door woods skier and these ski's had good reviews for that.
Dana T on Feb 10, 2015
What type of bindings go on these Do you install, if you sell them? Recommended bindings?
Del W on Dec 12, 2013
Do these skis have a metal edge?
A shopper on Oct 23, 2015
No. These are outstanding skis.. but have no metal edge. The Rossignol BC series WILL have metal edges. Here:
Do these skis have a NIS plate mounted to them?
A shopper on Mar 24, 2015
They will arrive as just the ski... no plates. For the record I love Rossignol's Evo skis.
Is there way to get better performance from this ski in deep fresh snow? I just got the EVO Trails from The House and they work amazingly well in 3-4in of fresh snow that has a packed base. However WV just got a dumping of 24in from the Jonas storm, and I tried to go out and explore today but the skis would not move. I got an ok amount of float but they felt like I had magnets between my skis and the snow even on downhills. Would a particular type of wax help in very deep loose powder? Or should I look at a getting a wider backcountry ski like the Rossi BC110 or 125 since most of my skiing is done out of track? I'd like to first see if I can get better performance from my EVO trails first though. Thanks for any feedback.
Robbie on Jan 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Wow, great news about a lot of snow! You are correct the Trail is meant for "kick" not glide that is the primary purpose of the Trail to provide kick and stability in a variety of conditions. For turning and downhill glide 110's and 125's are the ski of choice for downhill turning and glide. If you temperatures are in the 20's with typical eastern humidity a softer glide wax is best.
Can sns profile bindings be used with this or do they need BC bindings?
A shopper on Jan 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You can use your regular SNS bindings with these Evo Trail Cross Skis.
do these skis have to be hot waxed?
A shopper on Oct 8, 2013
BEST ANSWER: No the Rossignol Evo Trail Cross Country Skis is a waxless ski.
Looking for the some good Lake skiis where I am either plowing through deep stuff, snowmobile tracks or fresh powder. Also would like to still go into a track if I need to. Would these do well?
Scott L on Jan 5, 2015

Yes, the Evo Trail is meant for the conditions you have described. it is for primarily out of track use with some in-track skiing as well. it is a very stable ski with excellent kick in all conditions.
do these Ski's say 188 on bottom with the L? im trying to find thoes ski's and price
Bethlyn T on Dec 2, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hi Bethlyn,

that ski should say 180 on the bottom of size L Evo Trail.