Alpina Control 64 Edge NIS Cross Country Skis

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Alpina Control 64 Edge NIS Cross Country Skis, Black-White, 600
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Overview

Best Use: Groomed/Ungroomed - support and stability on various terrain

Groomed/Ungroomed - support and stability on various terrain

Binding Option: NIS - skis have a plate attached; bindings sold separately

NIS - skis have a plate attached; bindings sold separately

Shape: Reverse Sidecut - wide waist; groomed trails and skating

Reverse Sidecut - wide waist; groomed trails and skating

Metal Edges: Yes - strong edge hold on downhill terrain

Yes - strong edge hold on downhill terrain

 

The Control 64 Edge NIS is a sturdy and stable cross country ski for the adventuress skier looking for stability and maneuverability in ungroomed terrain. Steel Edges will give you support and grip on short down hills, and will also dig into the snow when you need to traverse across a steeper slope. The OffTrack NonWax Base is durable for you to venture off into the woods while providing excellent gliding properties in any type of snow condition. Nordic Rocker Camber will improve your gliding through fresh snow. The Control Edge 64 is pre-mounted with an NIS Plate and requires an NIS Binding.


  • Pre-Mounted with an NIS Plate and Requires an NIS Binding
  • Nordic Rocker Camber
  • OffTrack Nonwax Base
  • less than 120lbs.-165cm
  • 120-145lbs-175cm
  • 145-175lbs.-185cm
  • 175lbs.+-195cm

 

Skill Range: Intermediate-AdvancedIntermediate


Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use  Cross Country Intended Use  Groomed/Ungroomed NIS Skis  NIS
Waxless Base  Yes Metal Edges  Yes Shape  Reverse Side Cut
Ski Dimensions  65/52/60mm Core Name  Light Tube Edge Warranty  One Year
Skill Range  Intermediate-AdvancedIntermediate Model Year  2016 Model Number  500006-14 GN
Product ID  438968     
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Q: I am looking at ordering a pair of Alpina control 64 edge skis from you. Regarding the bindings, I am not familiar with the NIS system. Do you attach the bindings? If not do they just slide on like it looked on Youtube? Do I need some kind of 3rd piece to make NNN bindings compatible with them? Also, I am not sure between the BC and the BC magnum bindings. I assume there is a strength advantage to the latter. Are there other arguments for and against the magnums? More rigidity? More likely to survive a cash? I am not as adventurous as I was 20 years ago, but I still get off trail.
Asked : Apr 16, 2017
By : Bob, Payette, ID
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A: The NIS System Binding slides onto the NIS Plate that is attached to the ski. NIS Bindings allow the ski to flex a little more naturally, as well as being able to customize your stance on the ski. NIS Bindings are only compatible with NNN Boots. BC or BC Magnum bindings are not compatible. If you spend about 20-30% of your time doing light off-trail skiing, this set up with NNN Boots and NIS Bindings will be great for you. We have a Youtube video that shows you how to install the NIS Binding. It is fairly simple, and tool that you need is included.
Answered : Apr 17, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Does the Alpina Control 64 Edge NIS Cross Country Ski have a full metal edge or is it only a partial metal edge?
Asked : Mar 31, 2017
By : RocketJskieer, Auburn Hills, MI
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A: This XC ski has a full metal edge.
Answered : Apr 04, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Which bindings should I purchase with theses skis
Asked : Dec 28, 2016
By : Cindyma, Geneva
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A: The "Fischer Touring Classic NIS" binding would be your best option. Enter that into the keyword search to easily find these bindings.
Answered : Dec 29, 2016
By : Thomas
 
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