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Atomic XCruise 53 Posigrip Cross-Country Touring Skis

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Information about Atomic XCruise 53 Posigrip Cross-Country Touring Skis
Closeouts. Maintain control in any situation on Atomic XCruise 53 Posigrip cross-country touring skis. The Posigrip 3D Nowax system efficiently grips and glides over varied terrain, and the Helium-Tube-Densolite core enables the ski to respond to your every movement.
  • Wide sidecut improves stability
  • G2 Synchro base offers a smooth transition between kick and glide
  • Helium Tube Densolite core is extremely lightweight
  • Waxless
  • Recommended use: Touring
  • Sidecut dimensions: 53/48/51mm
  • Weight: 2 lb. 10 oz.
  • Material: Fiberglass top and bottom, Helium Tube Densolite Core sandwiches a low-density foam core and G2 Syncro base
  • Made in Austria
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Reviewed by Hiker from NJ on Thursday, January 16, 2014
I bought these skis in 193 cm based on being about 185 - 190 lbs fully dressed up. I used then a few times locally here in NJ after the good dump we had early January, in temps from close to 5F up to 40F and in power to quite icy conditions. They performed reasonably well in all those conditions. ... Read More
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  • Reviewed by Hiker from NJ on Thursday, January 16, 2014
    I bought these skis in 193 cm based on being about 185 - 190 lbs fully dressed up. I used then a few times locally here in NJ after the good dump we had early January, in temps from close to 5F up to 40F and in power to quite icy conditions. They performed reasonably well in all those conditions. The skis appear to be seconds for a couple of reasons: The balance point marking (and top design) was off on both skis - I don't care; it easy enough to find the balance point anyway. Both skis also had a part of the bottom over side cut off. I fixed that with the same epoxy I used for the bindings, no big deal. The sole is somewhat "soft" and quickly got a few scratches which is a bit more of a concern. I do not know how long term durability is. All in all 4 stars.

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