Salomon Snowscape 7 PM Prolink Auto Ski

Salomon Snowscape 7 PM Prolink Auto Ski
Salomon Snowscape 7 PM Prolink Auto Ski
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Snowscape 7 PM Prolink Auto Ski by Salomon
Salomon's Snowscape 7 PM Prolink Auto Ski is a versatile cross country ski with a consistent performance that handles both groomed and ungroomed snow with equal prowess. Designed for beginners and intermediate skiers, this ski comes in a shorter length for greater maneuverability around tight trees in the backcountry, as well as better stability on the track. It's shaped with a light camber and light sidecut to give a better grip and increase the kick-zone contact for an easier performance. This Snowscape 7 Nordic Ski comes pre-mounted with Salomon's Prolink Auto Binding. The Prolink Auto is Salomon's classic touring binding, and complements the Snowscape 7's versatile performance. It has two rails that maintain a low and direct connection for a great snow feel. It has a secure closure and an easy step-in and step-out for beginners. The Prolink Auto is compatible with Prolink and NNN cross country boots.

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