Rossignol Evo Action Positrak NIS Ski

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

These quick and maneuverable skis are ideal for the active classic skier who's looking for performance in a waxless ski. They excel at groomed touring centers while also giving you the ability to break your own trail if you want to take a spin in the woods behind your house. NIS binding plate system allows for adjustable binding positions without screwing holes into your skis. The binding simply slides into the NIS side rails and clicks into place in seconds; binding sold separately. There are five choices of binding positions: one at the balance point of the ski, two at 0.5 cm forward and rear of the balance point and two at 1 cm forward and rear of the balance point. The forward positions provide better grip for more relaxed skiing while the rear positions give better glide for more aggressive skiers. Binding positions adjust easily with the included key. Designed a little shorter for increased stability. Extended edge helps with turning and snowplowing. Wood core is light and sturdy. Positrack waxless base gives you great grip on hills without sacrificing glide. Sidecut 51-47-49. Imported.

- L.L.Bean

Ideal for light touring the Rossignol Evo Action NIS ski is right at home in tracks at your local Nordic center.


Intermediate to advanced Nordic skiers make their own trail on the Rossignol Evo Action Positrak NIS Ski. Take this Rossignol touring ski out into the undisturbed reaches for a sweet, feather-light ride. The wood and air core offers a sturdy, yet lightweight platform for solid footing on off-trail excursions. The Evo Action Ski's Act'v Cap construction combines highly flexible Rossitop layering for float and a torsionally stiff fiberglass layer for stability on open snow. This ski is compatible with NIS bindings only.


Rossignol Evo Action Positrak NIS Ski


The Evo Action Positrak NIS Ski has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$110.00 - $225.00

The Rossignol Evo Action Positrak NIS Ski is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 23, 2015 at L.L.Bean.

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