Rossignol Evo Action 50 Cross Country Skis with Bindings

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Rossignol Evo Action 50 Cross Country Skis with Bindings, , 600
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Best Use: Groomed/Ungroomed - support and stability on various terrain

Groomed/Ungroomed - support and stability on various terrain

Binding Option: Premounted - bindings are included and installed

Premounted - bindings are included and installed

Shape: Sidecut - wide tips/tails; backcountry and groomed/ungroomed

Sidecut - wide tips/tails; backcountry and groomed/ungroomed

Metal Edges: No - lighter and are designed for skating or groomed trails

No - lighter and are designed for skating or groomed trails

 

The Rossignol Evo Action 50 can be a great ski for the novice or experienced cross country skier that will doing most of their skiing on the groomed tracks, and a small amount of time off trail skiing. Rossignol's LDC Wood Core will be sturdy enough to give you a good push as to enjoy the outdoors in the wintertime. The softer tip will give you better gliding in various snow conditions, and the widest part of the ski is pushed further back to give you a more stable platform when you transfer your weight. The easiest part of the Evo Action 50 is the fact that the base is waxless and does not need to be maintained. The Auto Touring Combi Bindings come pre-mounted on the ski, so you can click in and go as soon as the snow flies.


  • Comes Pre-Mounted with an NIS NNN Binding
  • Positrack Base
  • 166cm-90-120 lbs.
  • 176cm-120-150 lbs.
  • 186cm-150-180 lbs.
  • 196cm-180+ lbs.
  • This Binding Only Accepts NNN Boots



Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.

 

Skill Range: AdvancedIntermediate-Expert


Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use  Cross Country Intended Use  Groomed/Ungroomed Bindings Included  Yes
What Binding is Included?  Touring Auto Combi NIS Skis  Premounted Waxless Base  Yes
Shape  Side Cut Ski Dimensions  51/47/49 Core Name  LCD Wood
Warranty  One Year Skill Range  AdvancedIntermediate-Expert Model Year  2017
Model Number  RHEWF25.166 Product ID  391147 Shipping Restriction  This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
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Q: I've been x-c ski-ing several times, but mainly messing around in the Welsh borders and South Wales, when conditions allow. Actual skill level is pretty limited! I occasionally go on groomed tracks - otherwise I would have been looking at back-country skis. The Evo Action 50 may be OK for me, but I notice now that the level is better suited to 'advanced intermediate' upwards. I woudn't really describe myself as advanced in any way, so am now wondering if they're unsuitable after all. Also, I have some very old boots with an NNN fitting. Is NIS the maker of NNN bindings, or is NIS-NNN different from straight NNN?
Asked : Dec 12, 2017
By : Andrea, Montgomery
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A: NIS stands for Nordic Integrated System that attaches to binding to a plate affixed to the ski at the factory. NIS bindings are compatible with NNN boots. The skill level on this ski only refers to the marginally stiffer flex pattern and the slightly faster base that will only take a few minutes for you to get the hang of.
Answered : Dec 12, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: How can you tell in the specifications if the skis have metal edges
Asked : Nov 13, 2017
By : bmama, Bozeman, MT
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A: If a ski has metal edges, there will be a section in the specs that say so. If it does not have metal edges it will say nothing about it. You can use the refinements on the left side of the page and filter for all of the skis that have metal edges.
Answered : Nov 13, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Two questions: (1) Can anyone tell me the performance and use difference between the Rossignol EVO 50 and 60? An example would be which is better in tighter, hilly conditions. Most of skiing I'll do is on groomed trails. (2) Size of ski. I find myself right on the cusp of either the 176 and the 186. I weigh anywhere from 148 to 155 lbs. I'm not sure which size would be best and unfortunately there are no XC shops near me to get properly sized. Thanks!
Asked : Feb 03, 2016
By : JayDub, Washington DC
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A: The Evo 50 and 60 offer much of the same technology but the Evo 60 is a bit wider at 60/50/55 and the Evo 50 at 51/47/49. So what this means is the Evo 60 is going to be a tad better for deeper snow and more off trail type conditions where the Evo 50 is going to give you a bit more control. For size, you are correct in that you are right on the cusp and in being there you can make a decision based on what is more important to you, the shorter length will give you more control but you will lose a bit of your speed, where the longer ski will give you more speed but you will lose a bit of your overall control. I personally would go with the shorter ski based on what type of conditions you ski.
Answered : Feb 04, 2016
By : Chris
 
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