The Ultimate in Snow Ski Feel. A favorite among elite racers, Swenor's top of the line classic roller ski constructed with the optimum blend of materials and design, perfectly simulates the feeling of actual on-snow skiing. Best for skiers 175 pounds or less because of its lighter frame construction. Classic or Combi boots recommended. Comes with Medium speed #2 wheels.
- Air-Channeled Wood Laminate Shaft Reinforced with Carbon Fiber
- Lightweight Aluminum Forks and Hubs
- Medium #2 Wheel Speed
- 40mm Wide x 63mm Diameter Rubber Compound Wheels
- Ratcheted Rear Wheels
Classic technique roller ski can be used for occasional skating but expect higher wheel wear.
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Stability, comfort and ski-like feel
Anonymous, June 08, 2009
Had these skis for a full year now. I am a college racer who trains a lot on them, and they are excellent. Mudguards would be nice, but it's not hard to design your own. Despite what the review before mine reads, there is no way I would use these for skating. They are mainly classic skis and skating on them is likely what wore out the wheels on the previous reviewers skis so quickly. They are a bit on the fast side, but their construction (wood, not metal) means a much smoother ride than V2 and Proski models I've used in the past. Wheel durability has not been an issue with mine so far. Great skis.
GREAT ROAD SKI....POOR TIRE DURABILITY
Pat Dwyer , January 15, 2008
Purchased the Swenor road skis in APR 07 and used for 3 months until the tires wore out. I used them on average for 7-8 miles a day 3 days a week for 3 months ~ 288 miles. The skis themselves replicate skating conditions superbly...I would avoid trying to diagonal ski in these however. I was disappointed in the wear out of the tires and I've replaced two carbide tips on the poles. I'd like to see a higher durability in the tire design particularly since the best use of the skis comes from skating.