Not featured in our print catalog.
Our ski packages have the benefits of discounted pricing, well-matched components, and flexibility if a skier has special needs or preferences. Just note any special requests or concerns in the fields above. All packages arrive with bindings mounted and ready for the trail. Happy skiing!
Profile 2-5 – Novice through expert.
Skis: The Superlite Wax, with its lower camber and
wider sidecut (48-44-46) is for those who just want a more
relaxing ski while retaining a performance glide. They are
shorter and easier-to-kick while still being faster than other, more race-centric skis on the market. The Superlite Wax accepts the adjustable IFP race binding.
Boots: Fischer XC Touring boots put plush comfort and warmth first. They are nearly light as some expensive racing boot models, not clunky and heavy like touring boots from years ago.
Bindings: Automatic, step-in bindings are easy to get in to - no bending over and fussing with small levers. Just insert your pole tip and twist to release. For the more technically inclined, the bindings offer fore/aft adjustment, too. Move them forward for more grip on the uphills and back for more glide on the flats and downhills.
Poles:The Quantum Six is the entry-level composite pole from Swix with well-proven components such as PCU handle, 97 baskets covering all trail conditions. The pole is first and foremost a touring pole. The PCU handle with the new Profit 3D strap assures good power transmission and comfort. Specifications: Stiffness: 47 mm Shaft weight: 98 gr/m Strength: Almost unbreakable Total weight 155 cm pole: 212 grams Diameters & lengths: Handle 16 mm, basket 10 mm. 135 cm - 180 cm. 5 cm interval.
**Don’t worry about equipment sizing – just fill in the "Best Fit Form" under "Required with Purchase" as accurately as possible, and we’ll take care of the rest. You will be contacted if there are any questions.
Please fill out our "Best Fit" form so that we can select the best ski for you.
By using the following profiles, we can work together to select skis or a ski package that will meet all of your needs. Select the profile that best describes you and then choose equipment rated for that profile. Or give us a call, (800) 754-8685 – let us know which profile you are, and we'll help you pick out your equipment.
Profile 1. Beginner
You've skied very little or not at all.
Profile 2. Novice
You've begun to grasp technique and balance, but you're not yet sure-footed at medium speed. You can turn with control at slow speeds.
Profile 3. Intermediate
Your technique, balance and turning are pretty good at medium speeds. You still fall occasionally, mainly at high speeds.
Profile 4. Advanced
You seldom fall and have good technique, balance and turning skills.
Profile 5. Expert
Excellent balance and turning skills at all speeds.