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Skate, climb, and descend through your backcountry backyard with the X Terrain Ski.

If you’re tired of skating through pastures and gentle hills, get the Alpina X Terrain Ski and head up the mountain for a punishing uphill and exhilarating downhill. The up is easy with this lightweight ski’s P-Tex Posi-Grip base, which grabs the snow as you make strides up a trail or logging road. Steel edges, an alpine-esque side-cut, a wide shovel, and a wood and foam core give you the stability and turnability you need to have a good run back to the car through a foot of fresh powder.

  • Shorter length for maneuverability
  • 110mm tip gives just the right amount of float on the ride back to the car
  • Deep sidecut and stout flex for snappy turning
  • Posi-Grip no-wax base for easy climbing and optimal downhill performance
  • Wood core provides excellent durability and snappiness
  • Made from renewable resources for sustainability

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Hello, we would like to know how the skis...

Hello, we would like to know how the skis weigh Terrain Alpina x height 150 cm.
thanks
Maria

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Hey Chusmendas,

They really haven't done very well listing the weights on this ski but they do have the 160 listed at 1814 grams per ski.

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What is the weight of the Alpina X...

What is the weight of the Alpina X Terrain?

5 5

They get the job done!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I ve skied this ski a bunch last year and it was super fun for light duty tele turns. This ski tracks fine for me. Turns hard.

use a System set upo for lighter conditions...

use a System set upo for lighter conditions and out the back door but wanted a little sturdier and heavier set up for more remote extreme backcountry. I want as much of a do it all ski. I so far picked up Rossignol BC X-11 unused for $100 and have found Voille CRB with breaks for $90. I know want a back country ski that will work well with what I have so far. I hear my binding with risers sometimes will stiffen certain skis so I am turning to this place for help. I'm considering the Light Terrain set up for touring 7-10 miles in taking a few turns down a glade and touring out. Some times they go father in and stay then ski out next morning. Is this a good ski for the equipment I have? I am also considering the X terrain and the Atomic Rainer, Rossignol BC 90 and BC 125, Fischer S98 or 112 and the Karhus. I would like to be able to ski and track as well as turn .May use these for hut to hut and Catamount trail too. Any advice?

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the x terrain could work for you...but it is a slower ski. the posi grig works really well though for going uphill, but this is definitely not a tele ski

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The Rossignol BC 125 is outstanding if you like to make a few turns on the way down. I have thinner Fischer S-bounds that don't turn near as well.