Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Karhu Pioneer JrMake this Winter fun for the whole family - the kids will love the stability of the Pioneer Jr. The Omnitrak NoWax base provides traction for climbing. Best of all, no wax = no mess! Sizing : 110cm : up to 55 lbs130cm : 50 - 65 lbs150cm : 60 - 90 lbs

- Second Ascent

Get your younger ones comfortable in the snow on top of Karhu's Pioneer Jr Nordic skis that are a little shorter and wider underfoot for good stability. These skis are easy to maneuver and provide a solid grip so you can keep them upright and moving, ensuring they'll be hooked on skiing.

- Mountain Gear

Sparking a young kid's interest in skiing means making winter fun, and short, wide NoWax skis are the best tools to play in the snow. Like the Widetrak Series skis, the Pioneer Jr. is easier to maneuver, gives better grip and creates a more stable platform - the perfect ski to get kids hooked on skiing. Oversize item - additional shipping fees apply.

- Appalachian Outdoors

The Karhu Pioneer Jr. cross-country skis will spark young kid's interest in winter touring. Featuring the grippy Omnitrak(R) NoWax(R) positive base pattern, the Pioneer Jr. skis let you leave unwieldy climbing skins at home yet efficiently tour up slopes. Base pattern features round, spaced scales in transition zones for efficient glide, and sharp, tight scales underfoot for excellent grip. Lightweight wood core creates an agile ski with a smooth, even flex. Single-seam cap construction helps the skis get quickly on edge. Closeout.


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previously retailed for:
$39.95 - $54.93

The Karhu Pioneer Jr. is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 26, 2015 at Second Ascent.

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