Salomon Set Escape 60 Outpath + Prolink Auto Ski

Salomon Set Escape 60 Outpath + Prolink Auto Ski
Salomon Set Escape 60 Outpath + Prolink Auto Ski
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Set Escape 60 Outpath + Prolink Auto Ski by Salomon
It's hard to beat the efficiency and simplicity of Nordic skiing when it comes to winter adventures. Whether you're out for a loop at the local trails or venturing off a new side road, the Escape Outpath 60 has the stability and ease of use to see you through your day's adventure. With a 60mm sidecut for security and steel edges for stability when out of the track, the Escape Outpath can handle most any terrain, while the wood core saves weight to leave you energy for the day's journey. The waxless base makes getting on the trail simple, with Salmon's Classic fishscale for grip as you kick and glide. Prolink Auto bindings are simple and safe to get in and out of, so you can hop out for that group photo and then get back on the trail.

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