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Madshus Lillehammer MGV

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The reasonably-priced, high-quality Madshus Lillehammer MGV+ skis are fun for days of fast track skiing and occasional forays into ungroomed terrain. Torsion cap construction features a fiberglass wrap that surrounds the entire laminated wood core. Ski flex is progressively tapered towards the tip and the tail, allowing the ski to bend for easy turning. Multigrip Vario+ (MGV+) wax-free base features a positive waxless pattern with variable depth, spacing and angles. MGV+ pattern is most aggressive under foot and then tapers toward the front and back for smooth, natural glide. 62mm tip, 48mm waist and 50mm tail create ample sidecut for turning on trails. Madshus base grind provides excellent glide in all conditions. Comes with premounted NIS binding plates; NIS bindings are sold separately. NIS bindings fit boots with NNN racing/touring soles; bindings do not accommodate NNN BC soles.

- REI

The lightweight, robust Lillehammer MG is a high-quality touring skis with 5mm sidecut and Torsion Cap construction for easy turning.Its well-defined camber style and the confident kick of the Multigrip wax-free system provides easy grip over a variety of conditions, from groomed tracks to loose snow. The Lillehammer model delivers enjoyable touring skiing everywhere you can find a track! PRODUCT FEATURES: Sidecut: 52-47-50mm Weight: 1500g/190cm Binding: NIS 1 Core: AirW Core with Torsion Cap Construction Base: MGV+ Multigrip Vario Wax-Free System Oversize item - Additional shipping fee applies.

- Appalachian Outdoors

Madshus Lillehammer MGV

previously retailed for:
$89.93 - $189.95

The Madshus Lillehammer MGV is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 8, 2011 at REI.

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