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$149.00
The Storm GTX is 70% carbon/ 30% glass for a nice mix of light weight and durability. Features -Quick release magnetic straps for convenience and good ergonomics. -Improved durability has over the initial design from four years ago. -Strap system works well with overstrap mittens. -Changing baskets and roller ferrules is easy with One Way's twist lock system. Mix and match striking colors to stand out in the crowd! Sizing: -Large strap for hand size 9 and up or smaller hands with heavier mittens.
$285.88 $439.00 35% Off
Pole Size Chart The Premio 30 is the lightest, most balanced XC pole from the World Cup. Its now even lighter carbon shaft with perfect swing weight and the quick-swap, tool-free Exchange Basket System bring clear advantages in terms of lightness and handling. The high performance grip-strap setup ensures maximum power transfer and allows you to get the most out of each push-off. Shaft Diameter - 16:9 mm Shaft Material - UHM Carbon 100% Swingweight - 69 kgm² Balance Point - 686 mm Breaking Load - 472 N Stiffness - 44 mm Weight per meter - 49 g **Straps and Baskets included in price.
$119.95
Set up your dry-land roller skis with the same race-proven binding as your skis. The Roller Classic binding is built on the Turnamic Nordic system and is compatible with all NNN and Prolink boot soles. It features a screw mount to attach to the roller ski and a user-friendly step-in system for quick entry. Classic Specific Flex Classic Flexors offer tool-free replacement for progressive power transfer and better ski control for classic skiing
$119.95
Set up your dry-land roller skis with the same race-proven binding as your skis. The Roller Skate binding is built on the Turnamic Nordic system and is compatible with all NNN and Prolink boot soles. It features a screw mount to attach to the roller ski and a user-friendly step-in system for quick entry. Skate-Specific Flex Skate Flexors offer progressive power transfer and better ski control for skating with tool-free replacement
$84.95
Rottefella's roller ski binding is one of the most durable on the market. It is perfect for any roller ski and fits the NNN/IFP/Prolink binding pattern. The harder plastics used in the binding prevent it from cracking or splitting. If you are an avid roller skier or a novice this is a great choice for all ability levels.
$84.95
Rottefella's roller ski binding is one of the most durable on the market. It is perfect for any roller ski and fits the NNN/IFP/Prolink binding pattern. The harder plastics used in the binding prevent it from cracking or splitting. If you are an avid roller skier or a novice this is a great choice for all ability levels.
$15.00
This is Swix's newer design for 10mm pole tips. This version is slightly lighter than the original roller ferrule design . Carbide spike can be resharpened with diamond stone many times. Fits 10mm shaft tips. Glue on shaft. Sold in pairs.
$22.00
For carving skis and snowboards. For sharpening, deburring and polishing steel edges. Best used with water. Diamond Files provide the cutting ability of a file and the deburring and polishing ability of a stone all in one tool. The Diamond Files are perfect to carry in the pocket for quick removal of the fine burrs created on the edge when skiing or riding on aggressive man-made snow. Swix Diamond stones have taken the technology one step further. The diamond fabric has been adhered to the flat, true aluminum piece to assure that there is no pressure rollover when sharpening side and base bevels. This special diamond cluster pattern will last longer than conventional diamond strips. The configuration in conjunction with a polishing agent will help in moving the excess material from the edge to leave a clean, smooth mirror finish. FEATURES: - Red / Coarse 200 grit - light cutting to reestablish the edge bevel - Economical diamond grit pattern mounted on a durable aluminum plate for excellent grip and control - Use with polishing solution for enhanced longevity and sharpening performance. - Dimensions: 103 mm x 24 mm x 4.5 mm; diamond area is 80 mm x 20 mm
$25.00
Sold in pairs. Innovative glueless collet design fits TBS shafts only (Triac TBS, Star TBS, Team TBS and Carbon TBS).
$250.00
Swix Pole Size Chart Quantum One is a racing ski pole with excellent stiffness, pendulum and weight. It’s a great choice for the the serious athlete who competes in many mass-start races and wants a slightly stronger pole. The pole is 100% compatible with all Triac components such as Swix TBS and TCS. Quantum One is supplied without a strap so that the strap can be selected from the entire TCS program for the best possible personal fit. Features: Stiffness: 24 mm Weight: 58 gr/m Strength: 70 kp Weight complete 155 cm pole: 142 grams Diameter & lengths: Grip 16 mm, basket 10 mm. 135 cm – 180 cm. 2.5 cm interval. -Compatible with Triac components -High Modulus Carbon composite material. -Uses TCS and TBS strap and basket system **Straps and Baskets included in price.
$52.00
Durable lightweight washable glove ideal for rollerskiing, cyclocross, or mountain biking.
$16.00 - $24.00
W125TB– 125mm (5?) Tube fits all Aero 125 wheels W125TR – 125mm (5?) Tire fits all Aero 125 wheels
$20.00
Super durable and affordable ferrule option for rollerskiing. Carbide spike can be resharpened with diamond stone many times. Specify size when ordering. Require sharpening. Sold in pairs.
$21.99
In this case a new tube is better than a patch. If you've gone through the trouble of removing the tire, start with a new tube. Sold Individually.
$22.95
VP-RSTD10G5 Latest in spring tip evolution and the G series from V2. From V2: V2 has a worldwide reputation for good roller ski ferrules. We tried many different carbide formulations before we found the best compromise between hardness and strength. Carbide is very brittle, and if not securely held in the plastic housing the tip can easily break. We developed geometry between the carbide tip and plastic that for over twenty years has been bulletproof. When we decided to make a shock-absorbing ferrule, we knew from experience that spring loading the carbide tip was not the answer. We wanted the shock-absorbing feature to be independent of the carbide tip. The major advantage is that if the shock-absorbing spring should fail, the carbide tip remains intact and the skier is still able to pole. For the G3 version, we changed the spring retainer from a plastic unit to a high-strength 4mm socket bolt. We are now able to use a smaller diameter spring with a higher damping force. As can be seen in the graph below, the damping stroke has been increased by approximately 40%. The spring force when the damping plunger first hits the pavement is lower on G3 than on the previous models, but after only 1.5mm of compression the force is equal to starting force of G1 & G2, and then increases rapidly. When the carbide tip penetrates the pavement the damping force of G3 is more than 2 times greater than G1 and G2. The result is greater shock absorption. Another advantage with G3 is that if the spring should fail it can be replaced by removing the nut and 4mm bolt. This was not possible in the G1 and G2 version REPLACING THE SPRING OR ALTERING THE LENGTH OF THE DAMPING STROKE Tools required: 3mm Allen wrench (supplied) and 7mm wrench (not supplied). The damping stroke can be shortened by tightening the nut. We do not recommend lengthening the damping stroke by loosening the nut. To replace the spring, or bolt, simply place the 3mm Allen wrench in the head of the socket bolt and with the 7mm wrench remove the nut and install a new spring or bolt. When supplied the bolt is covered with a light layer of grease. If the spring-loaded device is not moving smoothly compress the spring by pushing the bolt against a solid object and put grease on the non-threaded portion of the bolt.
$28.00
V2 Aero 150 replacement tire. Fits only the 150 wheel assembly (Sold separately). Please call New Moon for tips on mounting if you're trying to pull it off yourself! Sold Individually
$36.00 - $37.00
Jenex works with manufacturers to make sure their wheels have the right blend of durability and performance. Different rubber compounds roll with more resistance or last longer. For all 900 series rollerskis. Install on rear fork. The 900 slow wheel replicates a workload similar to slower snow speeds. Wheel Diameter:70mm/2.75in Wheel Width:40mm/1.56in. Sold Individually.
$36.00 - $37.00
Complete Replacement wheel for the XLK98M & 98 Alloy Rollerskis. The Slow W98RS uses V2's patented internal speed reducer that makes it about 15% slower than the Medium W98RM. Sold individually.
$36.00
W30 replacement wheels for all XL900, as well as older 900 and 900K series classic skis
$38.00 - $55.00
Replacement wheels for XL9848. Choose from rear free wheel, medium or slow speed. (spacers not included) Or front clutch wheel. Sold Individually.
$55.00
Jenex works with manufacturers to make sure their wheels have the right blend of durability and performance. Different rubber compounds roll with more resistance or last longer. RW9 Clutch wheel for all 900 series rollerskis. Install on front fork and use dedicated axel. Wheel Diameter:70mm/2.75in.
$57.00
Complete, assembled replacement wheel for V2 Aero XL150 Skis. Includes tire, rim, tube, bearings, axle,and spacers Always check inflation before every use. NOT A PAIR - SOLD INDIVIDUALLY
$79.00
Complete replacement front clutch wheel for the XL150SC, XL125RC, and NXL125RC. This item not sold as a pair.
$99.00
Lean back "tele-style" to activate this brake. A very effective braking system that gives the skier the safety and control needed for gradual or sudden stops. Only one brake needed per pair of skis. Compatible with the new V2 Carbon Classic 900Q.
$99.00
The newest version of our brake is stronger than the previous version, and allows for the cuff to ride a bit higher, to ensure that the cuff will hit the back of the skier’s leg arather than getting caught on the boot. The B150XL is designed for use on the XL150S, the XL125S , XL150SC and the XLA/XLC/XLK/XLQ9848. Also fits older XL900, XLC900, XL98 , XLC98, XL9848 and XLC9848 roller skis. Not for use on Non-XL versions of our skis (olkder models) Sold singly, mounts to the back of one roller ski.
$109.00
Control your decents or turn flatlands into uphills! The 98Q speed reducer pair mounts on the front fork of the new 98Q Rollerskis. Speed Reducers have revolutionized the rollerski market by providing skiers with the ability to increase their resistance for training as well as providing a way to slow the ski down when negotiating moderate descents. They have one neutral position and multiple resistance positions. They are easily engaged or disengaged while skiing by simply reaching forward and either moving the lever backwards or forwards.
$109.00
Fits Aero 150 Skis. These devices allow you to incrementally increase rolling resistance. Duplicate hills in flatlander country or contain the speed of killer descents to within sane limits. Speed reducers can open up hilly terraine previously too steep to descend. One per ski needed for proper function. Sold in pairs, call for singles.
$119.00
Control your decents or turn flatlands into uphills! The 900Q speed reducer pair mounts on the front fork of the new V2 Carbon Classic 900Q.
$119.00
The stainless steel roller arms and machined aluminum lever make it light and strong while nylon rollers and bushings reduce noise. Dual bearings ensure solid contact with the wheels and it works well in both wet and dry conditions. The lever actuated system has one neutral and four resistance positions that is easy to engage for training or for slowing the skis when negotiating moderately steep downhills. Sold in pairs, mounts to the front of each roller ski. For steep terrain we recommend the use of a brake. For all XLA9848, XLK9848 and XLQ9848 roller skis.
$229.00
New alloy 98 skate, now with composite fork and integrated fenders. Still compatible with brake and speed reducers. Great budget ski with better vibration absorption for more comfortable training. Bindings and accessories not included.
$359.00 - $369.00
The composite forks with built in fenders are just one of the six vibration-absorbing materials in the new XLC hybrid construction. Available in four speeds. THE XLC98 The new XLC Elite roller skis are the best of everything we have learned from 30 years of building roller skis. The XLC are available in Freestyle, Classic and Combi skis. The XLC are the lightest and the most snow like solid rubber wheel roller skis we have ever produced. The vibration damping of the new composite frame is exceptional, and, coupled with the shock absorbing wheel forks, the XLC makes skiing on pavement as similar to skiing on snow as possible. In addition to lower ski weight and the improved vibration damping, another advantage of the XLC is a lower center of gravity. The clearance from the pavement to the bottom of the shaft is the same, but with the strong construction we can make the shaft thinner, so the top of the shaft is lower, making the skis more stable. Safety is high priority at Jenex, so all XLC models are available with our patented brakes and speed reducers. For skiers weighing over 90 Kg (199 pounds), we offer the XLC in a Heavy Duty (HD) version that is about 25% stiffer. COMPOSITE FIBERS: Over the last twenty years we have tested most high strength synthetic fibers, including the many variants of Carbon, S glass, E glass and Aramid. All of these fibers have strengths and weaknesses. Aramid (KevlarTM) fibers have high tensile strength, dampen vibration and are extremely abrasion resistant, but are very weak in compression. Carbon is extremely stiff and strong in both tension and compression, but breaks very easily from impact, which is why so many Carbon ski poles break in sprint and mass start races. Carbon is a great material, but to prevent impact failure Carbon fiber shafts need a core with good energy absorbing properties and perform best when combined with more impact resistant fibers. And that’s what we have with the XLC. THE CORE: The core material is the foundation of a roller ski shaft and we have tried about every material available including a variety of metal cores. We have used organic cores like Baltic birch, Italian poplar, Balsa and many synthetic cellular cores. We now know from extensive experience that for roller skis, cellular cores are superior to metal cores. The XLC uses the best core we have tested to date. However, fabricating the cellular core is time consuming and expensive compared to an extruded core. BONDING: Composite structures need a very strong bond to both the fibers and the core. Bonding high strength fibers to a metal core can be more difficult than bonding to a porous cellular core. The metal must be aggressively etched for the fibers to bond properly. The cellular core we use has thousands of microscopic pores per square centimeter, and therefore the epoxy penetrates and bonds extremely well the core. The epoxy that binds the fibers to themselves and to the core has a tensile strength about 3X greater than conventional epoxies and is the strongest commercially available. The wheel forks have much better fenders than the original 800 and 900 series skis. The combination fork and fenders are produced in Du Pont’s™ toughest thermoplastic, further strengthened with the addition of carbon fibers during the injection molding process. The non-metallic wheel forks reduce vibration, and for improved safety, all V2 Roller Skis are designed to accept the patented Jenex speed reducers and brakes. The four XLC98 models are identical except for wheel speed. The XLC98F is fast, The XLCM is medium, the XLC98MS is medium slow and the XLC98S is slow. The rolling resistance of the slow wheels is increased using our patented ISR (internal speed reducer) that weighs only 10 grams. The wheel forks, with the built-in fenders, use the same strong Du Pont™ composite material that we have employed on the V2-900 and V2-800 series for many years.
$399.00
Binding not included. The XLA9848 and the XLK9848 are the latest version of the popular V2 Terra Ski. The Terra was a favorite of Olympic Champion Kristina Smigun as well as several Russian National Ski Team skies. The XLA9848 series is made with our strong aluminum shafts and forks. The aluminum construction is protected by a clear anodic coating. Then wide 98mm wheel makes them an excellent choice or non-paved surfaces and for chip sealed roads. The wide wheels make the XLA9848 the most stable two-wheel classic ski. The XLA9848 is now available in two speeds: medium and slow. The rolling resistance in the 9848 slow free wheels is increased using two of our patented ISR (internal speed reducer), each weighing only 10 grams. The XLA is now available with our Dual Density wheels. The softer inner core aids in shock absorbtion, while the more durable outer core resists wear.
$399.00
XLC-920 Classic Rollerskis (930's available as a special order) The XLC are the lightest and the most snow-like solid rubber wheel roller skis we have ever produced. The vibration damping of the new composite frame is exceptional, and, coupled with the shock absorbing wheel forks, the XLC makes skiing on the pavement as similar to skiing on snow as possible. In addition to lower ski weight and improved vibration damping, another advantage of the XLC is a lower center of gravity. The clearance from the pavement to the bottom of the shaft is the same, but with the strong construction we can make the shaft thinner, so the top of the shaft is lower, making the skis more stable. Safety is high priority at Jenex, so all XLC models are available with our patented brakes and speed reducers. For skiers weighing over 90 Kg (199 pounds), we offer the XLC in a Heavy Duty (HD) version that is about 25% stiffer. COMPOSITE FIBERS: Over the last twenty years we have tested most high strength synthetic fibers, including the many variants of Carbon, S glass, E glass and Aramid. All of these fibers have strengths and weaknesses. Aramid (KevlarTM) fibers have high tensile strength, dampen vibration and re extremely abrasion resistant, but are very weak in compression. Carbon is extremely stiff and strong in both tension and compression, but breaks very easily from impact, which is why so many Carbon ski poles break in sprint and mass start races. Carbon is a great material, but to prevent impact failure Carbon fiber shafts need a core with good energy absorbing properties and perform best when combined with more impact resistant fibers. And that’s what we have with the XLC. THE CORE: The core material is the foundation of a roller ski shaft and we have tried about every material available including a variety of metal cores. We have used organic cores like Baltic birch, Italian poplar, Balsa and many synthetic cellular cores. We now know from extensive experience that for roller skis, cellular cores are superior to metal cores. The XLC uses the best core we have tested to date. However, fabricating the cellular core is time consuming and expensive compared to an extruded core. BONDING: Composite structures need a very strong bond to both the fibers and the core. Bonding high strength fibers to a metal core can be more difficult than bonding to a porous cellular core. The metal must be aggressively etched for the fibers to bond properly. The cellular core we use has thousands of microscopic pores per square centimeter, and therefore the epoxy penetrates and bonds extremely well the core. The epoxy that binds the fibers to themselves and to the core has a tensile strength about 3X greater than conventional epoxies and is the strongest commercially available. The wheel forks have much better fenders than the original 800 and 900 series skis. The combination fork and fenders are produced in Du Pont’s™ toughest thermoplastic, further strengthened with the addition of carbon fibers during the injection molding process. The non-metallic wheel forks reduce vibration, and for improved safety, all V2 Roller Skis are designed to accept the patented Jenex speed reducers and brakes. The XLC900 is available in 3 speeds. XLC930 is fast, XLC920 is medium and XLC910 is slow. The XLC910 are very close to snow speed. Roller ski study in Sweden. The 920 are medium slow and the 930 are medium speed. The rolling resistance in the 910 free wheels is increased using our patented ISR (internal speed reducer) that weighs only 10 grams. The wheel forks with the built in fenders use the same strong Du Pont™ composite material that we have employed on the V2-900 series for many years Specifications: Weight / pair: 1725 grams (4 lb) Wheelbase: 708 mm. ( 27.9 “) Wheel Dimensions: 70mm diameter X 41mm wide (2.75 in x 1.6”) Rubber composition: Highly abrasion resistant rubber with a durometer of 72 shore A. Bolts: 6x1x55 aluminum and 6x1x65mm grade 12-9 zinc-plated steel bolts. Optional Speed Reducer: ATRQ900 Optional Brake: BXLQ900 Replacement wheels: Front: RW9 ratchet wheel Rear- Free wheels: W10 – slow W20 – med W30 -med-fast
$439.00
The V2 Aero roller skis are the most versatile roller skis available. The large diameter pneumatic wheels can be used on surfaces where it’s impossible to roller ski with smaller diameter, solid wheels. The V2 Aero roller skis are renowned for their versatility. The skis can be used on dirt roads, limestone bicycle paths, chip seal pavement and on grass. On normal pavement the pneumatic tires provide an extremely smooth ride. Many users consider the Aero to be the safest skis available as they will roll over debris that can stop smaller wheels. Another major benefit is that the Speed Reducers on pneumatic tires are much more effective than when used on solid rubber wheels. Because the Speed Reducers are so effective on the Aero the skis have become popular in very hilly or mountainous terrain.The original Aero with the 150mm pneumatic wheels can cover terrain impossible with any other roller ski. The large 150mm pneumatic wheels easily roll over road debris and provide a very smooth ride. Despite the large wheel size, the XL150S is very light at only 2000g per pair, which is why so many say the XL150S is their top choice in roller skis. Wheelbase: 604mm/23.55” Weight per pair: 2000 g/4.57lbs Ground Clearance:31mm/1.2” Wheel Diameter: 150mm/5.85” Wheel Width: 31mm/1.2”
$469.00
The XLA9848 and the XLC9848 are the latest versions of the popular V2 Terra Ski. The Terra was a favorite of Olympic Champion Kristina Smigun as well as several Russian National Ski Team skiers. The new XLC Elite roller skis are the best of everything we have learned from 30 years of building roller skis. The XLC are available in Freestyle, Classic and Combi skis. The XLC are the lightest and the most snow like solid rubber wheel roller skis we have ever produced. The vibration damping of the new composite frame is exceptional, and, coupled with the shock absorbing wheel forks, the XLC makes skiing on pavement as similar to skiing on snow as possible. In addition to lower ski weight and the improved vibration damping, another advantage of the XLC is a lower center of gravity. The clearance from the pavement to the bottom of the shaft is the same, but with the strong construction we can make the shaft thinner, so the top of the shaft is lower, making the skis more stable. Safety is high priority at Jenex, so all XLC models are available with our patented brakes and speed reducers. For skiers weighing over 90 Kg (199 pounds), we offer the XLC in a Heavy Duty (HD) version that is about 25% stiffer. COMPOSITE FIBERS: Over the last twenty years we have tested most high strength synthetic fibers, including the many variants of Carbon, S glass, E glass and Aramid. All of these fibers have strengths and weaknesses. Aramid (KevlarTM) fibers have high tensile strength, dampen vibration and re extremely abrasion resistant, but are very weak in compression. Carbon is extremely stiff and strong in both tension and compression, but breaks very easily from impact, which is why so many Carbon ski poles break in sprint and mass start races. Carbon is a great material, but to prevent impact failure Carbon fiber shafts need a core with good energy absorbing properties and perform best when combined with more impact resistant fibers. And that’s what we have with the XLC. THE CORE: The core material is the foundation of a roller ski shaft and we have tried about every material available including a variety of metal cores. We have used organic cores like Baltic birch, Italian poplar, Balsa and many synthetic cellular cores. We now know from extensive experience that for roller skis, cellular cores are superior to metal cores. The XLC uses the best core we have tested to date. However, fabricating the cellular core is time consuming and expensive compared to an extruded core. BONDING: Composite structures need a very strong bond to both the fibers and the core. Bonding high strength fibers to a metal core can be more difficult than bonding to a porous cellular core. The metal must be aggressively etched for the fibers to bond properly. The cellular core we use has thousands of microscopic pores per square centimeter, and therefore the epoxy penetrates and bonds extremely well the core. The epoxy that binds the fibers to themselves and to the core has a tensile strength about 3X greater than conventional epoxies and is the strongest commercially available. The forks are made from aluminum and protected by a clear anodic coating. The wide 98mm wheels make them an excellent choice for non-paved surfaces and chip sealed roads. The wide wheel makes them the most stable of our two-wheeled classic skis. The XLC9848 is now available in two speeds: medium and slow. The rolling resistance in the 9848 slow free wheels is increased using two of our patented ISR (internal speed reducer), each weighing only 10 grams.
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