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XC S 150 Adult Skin Classic Cross-Country Skis
  • XC S 150 Adult Skin Classic Cross-Country Skis
  • XC S 150 Adult Skin Classic Cross-Country Skis
  • XC S 150 Adult Skin Classic Cross-Country Skis
  • XC S 150 Adult Skin Classic Cross-Country Skis
XC S 150 Adult Skin Classic Cross-Country Skis

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XC S 150 Adult Skin Classic Cross-Country Skis

$170.00
$150.00
-11%
  • XC S 150 Adult Skin Classic Cross-Country Skis
  • XC S 150 Adult Skin Classic Cross-Country Skis
  • XC S 150 Adult Skin Classic Cross-Country Skis
  • XC S 150 Adult Skin Classic Cross-Country Skis
XC S 150 Adult Skin Classic Cross-Country Skis
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Want to try your hand at classic cross-country skiing? We designed these skis with ski skins, offering a good grip and stability, to help you get started.

BENEFITS

Traction

Equipped with mixed skins (70% mohair) for a good grip/glide balance.

Stability

51 - 48 - 50, offering good flotation and stability

Easy to use

Rottefella basic auto binding for simpler entry.

Glide performance

Extruded polyethylene base that delivers good glide performance

Power

Poplar wood core (long-lasting) with air channels (lightweight)

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

1 - Classic cross-country ski 150 with ski skins, the beginner's ski!

Are you a beginner wanting to try some traditional cross-country skiing, stress-free; walking and gliding to observe nature and unwind without too much physical effort?

The 150 ski with ski skins is perfect for this.
These wide, stable, and perfectly manageable skis offer good grip, for easily learning the basics and discovering the joys of traditional cross-country skiing!

2 - Choosing the right SIZE

The size of a cross-country ski is chosen according to your proficiency and weight, not your height.

For the 150 ski with ski skins:

- 50-60 kg (110-132 lb) => 182 or 185 cm
- 60-75 kg (132-165 lb) => 192 or 195 cm
- 80-95 kg (176-209lb) = 200 or 202 cm
- Over 90 kg (198 lb) = 205 or 207 cm

If you are between two sizes:
- For more comfort, choose the lower size to ensure the ski is more manoeuvrable.
- For more intense use, choose the larger size.

3 - SKIN grip, simplicity itself!

The grip of a cross-country ski is determined by the area at the centre of the base (under the ski).
It allows the ski to "grip" the snow and not slide when climbing, while ensuring a smooth glide on a flat surface and down a hill.
There are 3 types of systems: fish scale, grip wax, and skins.

The 150 ski has a mixed skin grip.
Skins offer the same quality grip as a fish scale base, but they have the advantage of not making any noise and do not require waxing!

4 - BASIC auto bindings, simple to the tips of your toes!

All of our skis are sold with Rottefella bindings that are compatible with the NNN, Prolink, and Turnamic standards.

The 150 skis with ski skins are equipped with the Rottefella BASIC AUTO binding, perfect for beginner skis.
They are easy to use thanks to a "step-in" function, which allows you to put your skis on automatically by simply pressing with the front of the foot, and to remove them by pressing the button at the front using the tip of your cross-country ski pole.

5 - Waxing, the secret to a long life

When buying skis, we recommend that you prepare the base well to achieve an optimal glide. Several consecutive waxings are best in order to "nourish" the base properly.

To maintain the performance of your skis, don't forget to wax them regularly!

To wax your skis, check out our tutorials on our Inovik YouTube channel or make an appointment in your Decathlon workshop.

GLOSSARY = Parts of a ski

Our skis are designed according to a "sandwich" process: different materials are layered at the core of the ski and over its entire width.
The end product is assembled using a press.

CORE = heart of the ski: made of wood (solid or with channels) or composite (honeycomb or Nomex®)
BASE = part in contact with the snow, made of sintered or extruded high-density polyethylene (HDPE)
GRIP = hold area beneath the ski
SIDECUT = width of a ski (tip, waist, and tail)