Fischer Ridge Crown Cross Country Skis
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Whether you're a beginner or have a couple years experience under your belt, the Fischer Ridge Crown Cross Country Skis are an ideal choice for when you want to spend those beautiful winter days on the trails. These lightweight skis have been outfitted with Air Channels integrated into the fiber glass wood core to keep them light and more resistant to breaking. The Air Channels also allow for better area pressure distribution. Ultra Tuning gives you an unrestricted glide which makes the ski fast and still suitable for all users. The base of the Fischer Ridge Crown Skis are Sintec which helps with gliding in all types of snow conditions while maintaining stability and durability. Great for use all winter long, reliable and comfortable, the Fischer Ridge Crown Cross Country Skis is a pair you can hold on to for years.
Cross Country Ski Specifications
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- Glide Well
- Poor Turning
- Groomed Trails
- Multi-day Tours
Comments about Fischer Ridge Crown Cross Country Skis:
I need really long skies so these are a little hard to turn. They slide well and I haven't had any problems. I haven't used them very much yet so I may have other things to say latter.
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Q:will this work with 75mm 3 pin bindings?Asked on 12/6/2012 by none from seattle, wa
A:The Fischer Ridge Crown Cross Country skis come completely flat so you can mount either a NNN or 75mm binding to them.Answered on 12/7/2012 by Dru in CS from Royal Oak, MI
A:Yes, 3-pin bindings can be mounted on these skis.
In general, pretty much any kind of cross-country ski binding can be mounted on any cross-country skis, except that if the skis are built with a NIS plate, then only NIS bindings can be put on those skis. And, conversely, NIS bindings can only be put on skis that have the NIS plate. But, because these skis do not have the NIS plate, they can use 3-pin bindings.Answered on 2/20/2013 by Lew from Stowe, VT