Roller Skis

Roller Skis

Combi (3)

Classic (5)

Skate (4)

XLQ98

XLQ98

 

Benefits of XLQ Construction

XLQ98 SERIES: Skiers who have tried the XLQ 98 roller skis consider them the best free style skis ever made for decently paved surfaces. They tell us that the XLQ98 has the most snow like feel of any roller ski. The XLQ98 weigh just 1570 grams a pair and accept both brakes and speed reducers. 

 

 

 

 

Aero XL150S Skate

Aero XL150S Skate

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 favorite roller ski. 

The Aero XL150SC

The Aero XL150SC

This popular combi ski is similar to the XL150S, but has a longer shaft and a clutch wheel in the front. This is an excellent combi ski, especially for those who have rougher roads, but due to the narrower wheels it requires good balance to classic ski on. Optional outriggers can be mounted which prevent the ski from tipping to the side and is recommended for all beginners or those that do not have good balance.

XL150RC

XL150RC

The XL150RC is a very stable classic ski with two 150mm pneumatic wheels in the back and a 150mm one way clutch wheel in the front making it very easy to balance on. The pneumatic wheels make it ideal for hard packed dirt roads and bike paths and are exceptionally smooth on pavement. The large pneumatic wheels combined with the stable three-wheeled platform make it a very good choice for beginning classic skiers.  

XLA850

XLA850

XLA850: This is an improved version of one of our original skate skis from the 1990’s. From 1993 until he retired in 1999 Olympic and World Champion Vladimir Smirnov used the original version of the 800 for all his skate training.


 

 

XLA900 Series

XLA900 Series

XLA900 SERIES: This is an improved version of the original V2-900 series introduced in 1993. The V2-910 was the favorite classic ski for many Olympic and World Champions including Vladimir Smirnov. These models are identical to the XLQ except they use the much less expensive aluminum shafts.


 

XLA940C

XLA940C

XLA940C: This aluminum shaft ski uses the same wheel forks and the same wheels as the XLQ models. The composite wheel forks used on the XLA940C reduce road vibration better than skis with metal wheel forks, so even with aluminum shafts the ride is more comfortable than skis with metal forks. The V2-940C has been one of our most popular models for many years. This is an improved version of the V2-940C that can be used for both skating and classic skiing. Identical to the XLQ940C but uses the much less expensive aluminum shaft. 


 

XLA98

XLA98

XLA98 SERIES: These are very good and inexpensive skate skis. The models are almost identical to the XLQ hybrid shaft skis except they use the much less expensive aluminum shafts that are protected with a clear anodic coating. The M is medium speed, the MS is medium slow and the S is slow.


 

XLA9848

XLA9848

XLA9848: Identical to the XLQ9848 except the ski uses the less expensive aluminum shaft. This is a new version of the V2-Terra that was introduced in 1997. The 9848 have been a favorite classic ski for many skiers, especially for skiers who like to train on dirt roads. The earlier version of this ski was double Olympic Gold medalist Kristina Smigun’s favorite classic roller ski.


 

XLQ900 Series

XLQ900 Series

Benefits of XLQ Construction 

XLQ900 SERIES: If you train on decent pavement these are the best classic roller skis available. This series employs exceptional vibration dampening technology. The rolling resistance of the XLQ910 is virtually identical to skiing on snow. See. Roller ski study in Sweden. At just 1690 grams per pair they are much lighter than the previous lightweight V2 carbon composite skis. Can be equipped with speed reducers and brakes. 


 

 

 

XLQ940C

XLQ940C

 

Benefits of XLQ Construction

 XLQ940C:  If you train on fairly good pavement this is the best combi ski. Combi skis are a compromise, but the original 940C with aluminum shafts has been a very popular ski. With the XLQ composite construction this is a great ski for paved surfaces. The XLQ940C uses a 33mm wide front ratchet wheel for better skating characteristics, but in order to increase stability when classic skiing the rear wheels are standard 40mm wide classic wheels. 


 

XLQ9848

XLQ9848

 

Benefits of XLQ Construction

XLQ9848: Probably the most universal classic ski on the market. Can be used on both paved and non-paved surfaces. This is an improved version of the V2 Terra that was the favorite classic ski for double Olympic Gold champion Kristina Smigun. The new XLQ version has much better vibration dampening than the original Terra and is lighter. Can be equipped with brakes and speed reducers.


 

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