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Rossignol BC 100 Positrack Ski


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    BC 100 Positrack Ski

    In Rossignol's massive collection of cross country skis, the BC 100 Positrack Ski is the widest nordic ski for backcountry touring. Designed to move swiftly through challenging terrain, the BC Ski combines a surprisingly light wood core with a generous sidecut and modest tip rocker to encourage easy turning off the track. Despite its light weight, the BC surprisingly supports full-length steel edges for solid grip and control when you're explorations take downhill. A waxless base brings the best balance of kick and glide that Rossignol has to offer.

    • Nordic backcountry ski moves swiftly through challenging terrain
    • Generous sidecut and tip rocker ease turning in softer snow
    • Full-length steel edges enhance grip and control on the downhill
    • Low-density wood core with air channels keeps light underfoot
    • Activ Cap construction balances rigidity with a supple flex
    • Waxless Positrack base blends kick-and-glide performance for all snow conditions
    • Item #ROS00H9

    Tech Specs

    170cm, 180cm, 190cm
    100 / 80 / 90
    Activ' cap
    LDC wood air
    Positrack (waxless)
    Claimed Weight
    2lb 3oz
    Recommended Use
    nordic touring
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

    What do you think about this product?


    >Rating: 3

    Pretty good

    Familiarity:I've used it several times

    I am 5'8" 140lbs I got the BC100 in a 170. I ski all kinds of snow conditions all winter in northern VT. I have Voile 3 pin bindings on the skis and use leather bc xc boots typically. I tried skiing them with scarpa t2x boots as well. With the stiff plastic boots they performed well on the down hills, but really didn't climb or kick well. I much prefer the leather bc xc boots like the Alpina Alaska 75. They feel nice and light, before I was skiing on Rossi BC90 skis. I think the BC 90s performed better everywhere but on the down hills. The other thing thats weird is the tip notch for the rossi climbing skins, I am planning on filling it with epoxy. The tip wants to catch brush and grass and stuff, it also seems like that is where they will start to delaminate. It also could use more of a tip. they tips remind me of skate skis.. they do have a bit of early rise kinda thing going on but in the snow you cant even see the skis.. pretty minor though, I have only a few days on them and i think they will work alright. Nice on the down hills, alright float, could climb better.


    is this one or two skis and will they take the nnn bc bindings

    These are two skis and they can take any NNN bindings that have to be drill mounted.


    are these skis steel edged