Atomic Mover XCruise Grip Nordic Touring Ski

Atomic Mover XCruise Grip Nordic Touring Ski
Atomic Mover XCruise Grip Nordic Touring Ski
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Mover XCruise Grip Nordic Touring Ski by Atomic
Applying kick wax is fun like getting your back waxed is fun--wouldn't you rather just skip it and go skiing' That's the principle behind Atomic's Mover XCruise Grip Nordic Touring Ski, which uses a waxless pattern to give you kick-wax grip without the hassle or stickiness. Every kick will be reliable, so you'll never pick the wrong color or have to re-wax halfway through a ski, and you'll get to spend that much more time on the snow. Of course, you'll also get to enjoy the lightweight Densolite core, durable BI 1500 base, and the stable XCruise profile that handles classic tracks and ungroomed surfaces with equal aplomb.

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SKU: ATO00DW
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