Energize your classic stride with the competition-inspired construction of the DELTA SPORT R-SKIN classic ski. Designed for fitness-oriented skiers and junior racers, the low-density premium wood core blends a user-friendly flex with a responsive feel for an efficient stride. The replaceable mohair kick zone inserts offer solid kick and glide performance in all conditions with no prep required. The ski is compatible with the Turnamic binding system for the most natural ski flex and snow feel.
Always-ready kick and glide
The replaceable R-Skin mohair inserts offer an easy, consistent kick and maximum glide with no prep work. Good for 100-150 days on the snow.
Activ Cap strikes the right balance of torsional rigidity and supple flex from tip to tail for all-condition stability.
Light, strong and lively
The lightweight low-density premium wood core features air channels and basalt fiber reinforcement for a lively feel with increased strength and improved energy return.
- Ski- Sidecuts dimensions: 44
- Construction: Activ'cap, Extended edges, Tail protector
- Core: Paper honeycomb/poplar
- Base tuning: K7000 - SKIN Sport 2.0
- Plate: IFP
An innovative honeycomb construction combining several materials, which once assembled using this process make the skis light and robust.
Featuring a replaceable mohair insert, waxless R-SKIN base structures offer an easy, consistent kick and maximum glide with no additional prep work.
Our ACTIVE CAP construction combines ROSSICAP and multi-directional fiberglass for a supple flex from tip to tail to glide over uneven terrain and increased torsional rigidity for enhanced control.
|Ski size (cm)||Recommended weight|
|184 (medium)||45 - 60 Kgs (medium)|
|186 (stiff)||55 - 70 Kgs (stiff)|
|189 (medium)||50 - 65 Kgs (medium)|
|191 (stiff)||60 - 75 Kgs (stiff)|
|196 (medium)||60 - 75 Kgs (medium)|
|198 (stiff)||70 - 90 Kgs (stiff)|
|201 (medium)||65 - 80 Kgs(medium)|
|203 (stiff)||80 - 100 Kgs (stiff)|
|206 (medium)||80 - 95 Kgs (medium)|
|208 (stiff)||90 - 110 Kgs (stiff)|
Understanding boot and binding compatibility can be complicated. NNN, SNS, or 3-Pin? What's the difference?
With multiple boot/binding standards designed for different applications and skier types, finding the right gear requires more knowledge and expertise than ever before.
Contact us to navigate your options and discover what's right for you.