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Several Pairs of Cross Country Skis $45 to $60 - $45 (Minneapolis)

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43rd Ave s near Lake st

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condition: excellent

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Cross Country Skis-

160 cm Fuji Touring 100 cross country skis smooth underside with Fuji 3 Pin Nordic Norm 75mm Bindings asking 45

180 cm Edsbyn 262 textured underside with Snabber 3 Pin Nordic Norm 75mm bindings asking 60

190 cm LYTE Cross Country ridges on underside with EMS Nordic Norm 75mm 3 pin Bindings - asking 60

193 cm Rossignol Caribou AR Cross Country Skis ridges on underside with 3 Pin Nordic Norm 75mm Bindings asking 60

195 cm Skilom XCL 180 cross country skis smooth underside with Skilom 3 Pin Nordic Norm 75mm Bindings asking 60

195 cm Sundins 1512 cross country skis smooth underside with VASA 3 Pin Nordic Norm 75mm Bindings asking 50

195 cm Trak Nova no wax cross country skis textured underside with Skilom Nordic Norm NN 75mm 3 Pin bindings asking 50

196 cm Elan TM 500 ridges on underside with Salomon SNS Flex 105 Bindings asking 60

200 cm Kuharu Skating Matrix smooth underside w vintage SNS Flex style Bindings to fit older SNS boots. See the picture of the older SNS boots I have included. Can easily be swapped for modern bindings asking 60

200 cm Nordic ridges on underside with nordic norm 3 pin NN bindings asking 60

205 cm Peltonen cross country skis smooth underside with Adidas SDS Automatik bindings asking 50

205 Elan RB with Rottefella smooth underside 3 pin nn 75 mm bindings asking 60

210 cm Rossignol Tour AR cross country skis textured underside with LOOK Contact Bindings and Boots asking 60

215 cm Nor Mark Cross Country Skis smooth underside with Dovre Nordic Norm NN 75mm 3 pin Bindings asking 50


Note that it is possible to put newer bindings on old skis.

I included a picture of a pair of older SNS boots for reference, not for sale

The listing image is a painting I found online- this listing is for skis, poles, and boots only


Here is a description I found of skate and classic skis-

The difference between skate and classic cross-country skis stems from their conception, leading to significantly different styles

Classic cross-country skis
A classic style ski base is split into different zones, a kick zone (or grip zone) in the middle, under your foot and glide zones at the tip and tail of the ski.

There are 3 types of kick zones possible:

Fishscales
Skins
Waxable skis which use different types of wax to adapt to the particular snow type

The tip of a classic skis is wider than a skate ski and they are generally longer.


Skate skis

Skate skis have one glide zone that goes from tip to tail of the ski base. They are generally shorter than classic skis, and you should take your weight into account when choosing a pair.

They are generally more torsionally rigid which allows the skier to use and push off their edges.

Copy and paste to URL to read more-
https://www.salomon.com/en-us/nordic/nordic-advice/cross-country-skiing-classic-vs-skating



These can be used for skiing, of course, but skis like these can be used for all kinds of other purposes-

shelving, decoration, fencing, outdoor furniture, Adirondack chair, table, bench, ski bike, making all sorts of snow vehicles, or a Smitty sled!

What is a Smitty sled, you ask (I also had to ask)-

Here is a description I found-

If you want to go ice fishing, hunting, or to haul any gear over snow and ice, you will need an efficient sled. Many experts recommend a Smitty sled, also called a “sledski.”

A Smitty sled is a platform/sled mounted on skis, where you can haul your gear when you go across the tundra. You could buy a customized Smitty sled from a builder, or you can build your own. It is simple to construct, plus, you can save money when you can do it yourself.

The most usual proportions of a Smitty sled are: 2 x 4 inches wood cut at a 45° angle for the front; and two pieces of 2 x 6 inches Wood, both six inches long, to match the back. The cross members are 1 x 4 pieces of wood cut to 25 inches long.

Smitty sleds are uncommon, and many ice fishers still have not caught on with this innovation. However, there are many advantages to using a Smitty sled. Many have also built their own Smitty sleds with simple woodworking tools.


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