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Dedicated classical cross-country skiers or aspiring racers who are looking for a lightweight and lively training ski should look towards the Rossignol Zymax Classical NIS CL Ski. Lightweight materials, a classical-specific kick profile, and a performance-style base helps this ski excel at in-track speed and emphasizes consistency over versatility. The Zymax provides a stable and reliable platform for building endurance without breaking the bank.

  • Rossignol-exclusive LDC Core balances superlight materials with a layered construction to create a strong, powerful core
  • Activ' Cap construction lends the ski a predictable flex, a high degree of durability, and supreme torsional stability to give you control on the track
  • Sure Kick camber profile has a classical-specific kick zone underfoot to maximize grip during the kick phase of your stride
  • K7000 base provides a waxable kick surface that balances grip and glide

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What are the weight/height specifications...

What are the weight/height specifications for the 5 lengths of the Rossie Zymax classic NIC waxless skis. I know there are specific weight ranges for each length of ski. Thanks.

The web page at http://www.backcountry.c...

The web page at shows a weight of only 690 grams PER PAIR for the Rossignol Zymax Classic NIC CL Ski. What length would that weight apply to? What weight would the 206 cm pair have?

The weight note is wrong. It's 690 gr. per ski. Typically manufacturers will use a smaller (but not the smallest size for measurement. The 206 would likely be about 20 grams more.