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OAC XCD 160 Skis + OAC EA Bindings

OAC XCD 160 Skis + OAC EA Bindings

XCD 160 - Cross Country – Downhill

The very first ski of OAC skin based ski collection is derived from one of their own favorite backcountry touring ski. The way they see it, such a ski needs to be easy, light and agile when you face your backcountry challenges.

XCD works on all terrains. It is smooth while skiing on a flat terrain also with heavy loads in a sledge. Due to its construction, XCD is easy to ski downhill even in the forest. Even though it is a short and rather narrow BC ski, the tip will float in powder, still giving you good support on hard packed snow. OAC has designed the skin area as small as possible, still giving the needed grip for diagonal skiing. This skin solution beats the original kick-wax skis on all conditions.

XCD works well, not only with touring enthusiasts and explorers, but with kite skiers, winter fishermen and Sunday skiers in the local parks. XCD suits well all family members, as one length covers all user weights (adults).

Assembled with OAC EA binding, it is easy to use with almost any shoes available. Just step out your door, grab your XCD’s and enjoy the ride!

  • OAC Braid box construction
  • Compression resistant elastic foam core
  • Sintred 2500 base
  • Integrated High Quality Mohair MIX skin
  • ALU/ GF reinforcement at binding area
  • Steel edges

The EA binding works with a wide range of flexible sole boots in all weather conditions. OAC has chosen the best materials they know to work in even the harshest environments. A thick flexplate with hinge mechanism gives good ski feeling and offers excellent lateral stability. EA offers a wide size range for most adult boot sizes. The EA Binding is collapsible and simple to reassemble.

Ski length: 160 cm
Ski width: 85-72-80 mm
Ski weight: 890 g w/o binding

Binding weight: 1050 g/pair
Suitable boot sole length: 24 - 38 cm

Made in Finland

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Product number: 2962

Available on order. Delivery time 2 to 5 days longer than normally.

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