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New Moon Advanced Skate Rollerski Package
$1,150.00 $1,277.00 10% Off
Advanced Skate Rollerski Package, super comfortable carbon shafts, stiffer performance boots, lighter and stiffer poles Fischer Speedmax Skate Rollerskis Rottefella Skate Rollerski Bindings Fischer RCS poles Fischer Carbonlite Boots Swix Rollerski Ferrules 10mm Fischer Speedmax Rollerskis are light, flexible, comfortable and durable. Their lower standing height makes them more stable than higher riding shafts. The thinner ply means the standing height is low but the ground clearance is not compromised. Wheel speed is medium. RCS poles are light and stiff but not delicate. Ergonomic cork grip and strap. Swix carbide steel ferrules. Fischer Carbonlite skate boots have a stiff heel counter and torsional resistance which gives the skier confidence and control. Rottefella rollerski specific bindings included.
New Moon Advanced Classic Rollerski Package
$969.00 $1,077.00 10% Off
Advanced Classic Rollerski Package Fischer Speedmax Classic Rollerskis Turnamic Rollerski Bindings Fischer RCS Poles KV+ CH5 Skate Boots Swix Rollerski Ferrules 10mm The Fischer Speedmax rollerski has a low standing height and a slightly wider wheel than traditional which makes it more stable. Very light and flexible shaft. This ski is comfortable on pavement and duplicates snow feel quite well. The wheels are medium speed. Currently Fischer does not supply slow or fast options but this wheel feels right for most skiers. KV+ CH5 is a supportive boot. Good heel counter and flexible toe box. Simple and value oriented training boots. NNN compatible. RCS poles are light and stiff but not overly delicate. Cork handle and ergonomic straps. Outfitted with Fischer Rollerski bindings. This package is supportive of serious training and advancement of good technique and specific muscle development. Make your xc ski season a new high!
Fischer Speedmax Classic Medium Rollerskis
$499.95
Replicate the on-snow feel of classic skiing with the new Speedmax Classic rollerski. Weighing in at just 830g, the lightest on the market, the Full Carbon Construction provides for a solid and stable ride, while the innovative Arch Bridge shape lowers the standing height and increases the ground clearance for exceptional control. The wide FR wheels have a soft core to help dampen your ride and a durable, abrasion resistant outer layer to reduce wear. Available in two flexes based on skier weight. Medium up to 185lbs.
Fischer Speedmax Classic Stiff Rollerskis
$499.95
Replicate the on-snow feel of classic skiing with the new Speedmax Classic rollerski. Weighing in at just 830g, the lightest on the market, the Full Carbon Construction provides for a solid and stable ride, while the innovative Arch Bridge shape lowers the standing height and increases the ground clearance for exceptional control. The wide FR wheels have a soft core to help dampen your ride and a durable, abrasion resistant outer layer to reduce wear. Available in two flexes based on skier weight. Stiff 170lbs and up.
V2 XLC9848 Classic Rollerskis
$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.
Fischer Speedmax Skate Rollerskis
$459.95
The Speedmax skate rollerskis are the top-model from Fischer which are built with a lightweight Air Core Composite frame. The newest Fischer rollerski comes with a more XC ski-like feel than ever before with an enhanced camber and flex to the ski. The Speedmax skis are best for all of your summer training and competition prep. They provide the smoothest ride yet and get you ready for your next big race! Technologies Hollow shaft Carbon Construction (700g) Decreases the overall weight and dramatically improves the swing weight. Bridge Arch Shape lowers the standing height and improves stability while maintaining good ground clearance. Increased axle distance (670mm vs 630mm) provides great tracking and stability at speed Razor Shape Base The unique frame geometry of the Speedmax Skate with integrated Razor Shape Base ensures sufficient space above the ground, even if the kick angle is extreme. Precision Drive All components used for the suspension of the wheels are made with minimized tolerances. The provided precision is the basis for smooth running wheels with high durability. The bearings are double-sealed and maintenance-free. Splash Guard 100 New splash guard developed for all wheels with 100mm diameter. The very light and robust plastic part can easily be mounted and removed with only one screw.
V2 Aero XL150S Skate Rollerskis
$429.00
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”
Fischer Carbonlite Classic Rollerskis
$399.99
Fischer carbonlite is the predecessor to the Speedmax classic rollerski, with an integrated backstop that provides a smooth ride due to its optimized Air Core Composite frame. The Carbonlite classic ski is a great training ski for beginners to high-end athletes. Additionally, the large axle spacing of the rollerski ensures good ground contact of the front wheel for the best possible tracking when using the classic technique. Technical Specifications: Shaft Material: Air Core Composite Wheel: 38x80mm with rear-wheel ratchet Wheelbase: 745mm
V2 XLA9848 Classic Rollerski
$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.
V2 XLC-920 Classic Rollerskis
$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
V2 XLC98M Skate Rollerskis
$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.
Fischer RC5 Skate Junior Rollerski
$299.95
A budget friendly version for junior athletes. Slightly wider and lower wheel is easier to begin on than full size wheels. Excellent skating characteristics in a durable starter ski. Bindings not included.
Fischer RC7 Classic Rollerskis
$289.95
An excellent option for dedicated recreational classic skiers on various surfaces. Durable, lightweight aluminum frame is torsionally stiff for efficient skiing. Solid rubber wheels for excellent durability and added cushioning on uneven surfaces. Integrated rear backstop for an efficient kick. Aluminum Frame Very robust and torsionally stiff aluminum frame which also delivers optimum weight performance at the same time. The overall package runs very smoothly as a result and offers optimum stability when rollerskiing. Splash Guard 80 New splash guard developed for all wheels with 80mm diameter. The very light and robust plastic part can easily be mounted and removed with only one screw.
V2 98 Alloy Skate Rollerski
$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.
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