Take your skills at the cross country track to the next level this season with Fischer's Twin Skin Pro Ski. Efficient and athletic, this ski is fully featured for an effective kick action to maximize the effect your energy has on your motion. Universal stone grinding helps the base glide in a wide variety of snow conditions and the integrated mohair skins perform especially well in hard, icy conditions that leave waxable skis struggling to find purchase. These skins are placed in two strips and offset from each other to work with the variable base depth integration to keep the gliding action smooth and balanced. The skins have been finished with a Teflon coating to ensure they don't absorb moisture and subsequently freeze. As the temperatures drop, the lightweight wood core maintains its flex properties due to integrated basalt fibers. The Twin Skin Pro is constructed with a thin, high-pressure Power Layer covering its entire surface to keep weight low while providing additional stability. Efficient Forward technology gives the ski increased elasticity for a forgiving kick action, so you can enjoy days spent working towards the next level of performance.
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