Cross-country ski types

Cross-country ski

WAXED

 

Cross-country ski

FISH SCALES

 

Cross-country ski

SKIN, with synthetic skin strip

   

THE PLUS:

+ Quiet

+ Great performance

+ Optimal because you wax according to weather and temperature conditions

THE MINUS:

 - You need to wax daily according to weather and temperature c ondition

 - Might not perform well in wet conditions

 

THE PLUS:

+ No wax needed according weather and temperature conditions

+ Good trade off: fun/glide/easy

THE MINUS:

- Might not perform well in dry and icy conditions

- Not as quiet

- Loss of speed going down hill

 

THE PLUS:

+ No wax needed in the ski grip area

+ Perform above fish scales

+ Great grip even on wet or icy surfaces

+ Can work in many various conditions

+ Very quiet

GENERAL  CARE

 

GENERAL  CARE   GENERAL  CARE
  • Apply wax according to weather and temperature conditions.
  • Apply gliding wax on the gliding zones under the skis
 
  • Apply gliding wax on the glide zones under the skis
  • Keep the fish scale zone clean with a wax limiting the accumulation of snow 
 
  • The synthetic skin strip will require replacing after a year or so, more often if usage is super frequent, less depending on usage. 
  • The skin strip should be cleaned regularly to remove any debris that might stick to it to keep performaces to a peek.