The SNS Interface Adapter is a thin composite plate with pre-drilled holes to match Salomon Profil and Pilot race bindings. The plate enhances the performance when Salomon bindings are mounted on skis with NNN-NIS plates. While not an absolute necessity, the interface adapter prevents over-tightening of mounting screws. Also, some snow conditions increase the icing of Pilot bindings if they are mounted on NIS plates without the adapter.
Powerful yet unrestrictive, the Salomon X-ADV 5 has the sole stiffness to drive wider metal edged touring skis through heavy cement, and still be comfortable to use on light touring skis. The durability is outstanding- we have been using th (more...)
While it is nice to be able to crank turns using nordic skis in backcountry snow, most boots that give you that control often negate the touring part. Unless you like backcountry skiing in a boot that feels like a cast, take a look at the Salomon X-ADV 6 touring boot. Deeply lugged sole for grip when you have to take your skis off.
the Salomon Vitane 8 Skate Ski Boot is most stable and comfortable skate boot for women with no compromise on performance. Feminine and stylish with beautiful graphics and specially adapted to a woman's foot thanks to its specific last. Clo (more...)
Very popular with the international elite, including skiers at the Vancouver Olympics. The SNS Wedge is a plate that is mounted between a skate ski and Salomon skate binding; the 5mm lift at the toe creates a ramp effect, lowering the skiers heel relative to the forefoot. Salomon claims that this can improve ski acceleration and edge control, also promotes a longer kick.
The Madshus Maiya skate skis, for women, deliver stability, durability and economy. Its moderate sidecut strides easily, and the high-quality Torsion Cap construction and Polycell foam core put snappy performance into this training and racing skate ski.
Long time nordic backcountry skiers have a lot to appreciate with the Madshus Glittertind ski. Like most modern BC skis, it is much wider than skis of the past. Norwegian ski making know-how keeps the Glittertind tough but surprisingly ligh (more...)
Snow day fun or teaching little ones to ski is big fun with the Madshus Snow Pup ski/binding package. They are wide and stable, with a NoWax(R) base to make walking easy, and they come in a pint-sized 85 cm length. The Madshus Snow Pup is packaged with a Universal binding, so you won't need special boots for your child's fast-growing feet.
A new name on the category defining Karhu XCD-GT, the Madshus Eon mixes a touch of alpine ski turnability into a Nordic backcountry bashing ski. This is the ski that, decades ago, started the Cross-Country Downhill (XCD) trend. Sprung fro (more...)
If you cried over the loss of the Karhu 10th Mountain Tour , dry your tears and warm up the waxing iron. The Madshus Epoch is the same ski...only better. Crazy Norwegian graphics, but Madshus definitely upgraded the base finish. If you don' (more...)
Annum is Latin for year, but a year after the loss of the Karhu Guide a better name for the Madshus Annum should be Phoenix. From the ashes of the late, great Karhu ski company, parent company K2 saved all the molds and shipped them to si (more...)
The CT 120 is a classic light touring design with a supportive ankle cuff. MemBrain(R) softshell construction, allowing the boot to comfortably conform to the contours of the foot while providing durability, waterproof protection, breathability, and warmth.
The Excursion is the nicest backcountry ski touring boot available: warm and lightweight with the control necessary for backcountry turns. It was specifically designed for touring compatibility with today's new generation of lightweight, ed (more...)