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Grab these sticks for some backcountry fun.

Precise design and feminine flair make up the Alpina Women’s Control LW Cross Country Touring Ski. A longer kick zone and softer flex pattern help you get the most control out of your strides. Alpina capped off the Control LW with its Scuff Tuff top deck for added durability when it’s time to wander off trail and pick up some speed on the downhills.

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I am 5"3 weigh 167 what size should I...

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I am 5"3 weigh 167 what size should I get

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You should be on the 175cm ski

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I am 5"3 weigh 167 what size should I...

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I am 5"3 weigh 167 what size should I get

If I'm 5"3 and weigh 120, what size should...

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If I'm 5"3 and weigh 120, what size should I get?

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your to big

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Kris, I am 5'2" and got the 165 cm skis. I was told (by both the place I was renting xc skis and when I purchased the Alpina's) the skis are fitted by your height only. Hope this helps!

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Kris, I am 5'2" and got the 165 cm skis. I was told (by both the place I was renting xc skis and when I purchased the Alpina's) the skis are fitted by your height only. Hope this helps!

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what is a posi-grip base

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what is a posi-grip base

Do these have metal edges?

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Do these have metal edges?

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Write your question here...csan these skiis...

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Write your question here...csan these skiis be used for trail touring as well as skating on the flats? If not what type or style is able to handle those activities?