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Madshus Nanosonic Carbon Skate HP Skis 13/14

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Madshus Nanosonic Carbon Skate HP Skis 13/14

Availability: Out of stock

Regular Price: $649.99

Special Price $299.95


Discover new heights of speed on hard-packed trails with the Madshus Nanosonic Carbon Skate HP. The HP's extra carbon reinforcement and unique geometry transfer exceptional power and torsional stiffness, giving demanding skiers a superior ride for high speed in hard snow conditions. With a medium-high camber line, slight splay and medium pressure areas, it's an all-new level of speed and handling in a cross country skate ski.

  • Skiing Style
    • Skate
  • Core Material
    • PR 100X Core: PR100X is an acrylic-based, high-performance foam core, reinforced with Madshus' Triaxial Braiding technology. This is a lightweight, performance foam also found in other extreme strength/weight applications like helicopter rotor blades and airplane jet fans. The PR100X Core gives the ski excellent dampening performance and is the number one choice for top-level skis. The core is 3D-shaped on their Nanosonic skis to maximize the precision and feel of the ski.
  • Construction
    • Triaxial Carbon Construction
    • Skate Medium Camber - Slight Splay
  • Base
    • P190 Nano Cold: Designed for the speed and performance of their Champion Series racing products, the P190 Nano base comes in three different styles - Cold, Plus, Universal, and Zero CIG. Each style is intended to match up with your normal skiing conditions and waxing needs for the best performance available.
  • Binding Plate
    • NIS
  • Weight
    • 1000g/190cm
  • Sidecut
    • 44-43-44mm
  • Lengths
    • 175-195cm/5

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Product Questions

Is there any substantial difference (i.e, other than graphics) between the current model and the model from a few years ago? In other words, is this not as good of a product as the Nanosonic 16/17?