XP30 Junior Classic Skin

item no NXP30JRCS…

versatile | wider sidecut for more comfort | carbon reinforced | sintered graphite base for faster glide

MSRP 219,00 EUR
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"CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING IS BOOMING, WHICH IS HARDLY SURPRISING, SEEING AS IT’S A FANTASTIC SPORT FOR ALL-ROUND FITNESS. THE XP30 CLASSIC IS ESPECIALLY GOOD VALUE: EVEN THE JUNIOR VERSION IS CARBON REINFORCED AND IS SLIGHTLY WIDER CUT FOR INCREASED COMFORT. FOR BEGINNERS, I WOULD RECOMMEND THE SKIN MODEL, FOR THE BEST HANDLING IN ALL CONDITIONS."
Magdalena Beer
Comfort
Sport
Advanced
Race
The versatile XP30 JUNIOR is slightly wider for more comfort when skiing or training. The carbon-reinforced wood construction in lightweight paulownia combined with the HOLLOWTECH 2.0 technology for reduced weight results in a perfectly balanced ski.

The sintered graphite base makes it robust and lends it good glide performance for younger skiers.

The skin version with mohair-blend skin in the kick zone ensures good grip even on hardpacked, smooth snow, yet lends the ski smoother and more silent glide performance than any other fish scale cross-country ski.

For the XP30 CLASSIC JUNIOR SKIN version, there is no need for previous experience with wax, making it the ideal choice for easy handling in all conditions.

Variant :

Skin
(+10 °C to -30 °C)
Lenght
142 cm
152 cm
162 cm
172 cm
Stiffness
medium
medium
medium
medium
Weight
410g / Ski
440g / Ski
470g / Ski
500g / Ski
Sidecut
43 mm
45 mm
45 mm
Base
Race Plus
Structure
UM1

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Technologies

WE CREATE UNIQUE SKIS FOR ANY CONDITION USING PROVEN TECHNOLOGIES INSPIRED BY RACING, UTILIZING ONLY THE FINEST RAW MATERIALS. SOPHISTICATED CONSTRUCTIONS AND PATENTED TECHNOLOGIES DEVELOPED IN AUSTRIA CREATE NEW BENCHMARKS IN PERFORMANCE STANDARDS.
  1. CAP CONSTRUCTION
  2. PAULOWNIA / POPLAR WOODCORE
  3. FIBERGLASS
  4. UD CARBON-FIBERGLASS

Hollowtech

Being world class requires especially one thing: world class equipment. At the start of this millennium our HOLLOWTECH technology triggered a revolution in alpine skis.

We pursue this same consistent approach in the nordic sector. Removing the unnecessary layers at
the tip of the ski makes the tip and therefore the entire ski lighter.

This creates a substantially more balanced ski and reduces the rotational force during forward propulsion. In turn, this requires less energy from the athlete and helps them get to the finish quicker.

CONSTRUCTION

All of our cross-country skis feature a carbon-reinforced CAP construction where the surface layer runs over the sides, effectively protecting the core.

Each Kästle nordic ski is thus impeccably designed for its designated application.

CORE

UL WOOD
For our more robust models we use European poplar for the core, which is also encased in UL WOOD. It ensures optimum torsional and flexural rigidity at minimal weight.

VARIANTS

Professional cross-country skiing is an extreme sport – both for athletes and for their equipment. And with a wide range of temperatures and snow conditions to contend with, there are variables that are beyond our control.
We´ve developed four bases to generate the best performance in the widest range of conditions.

SKIN
A no-wax ski that does away with the need for kick wax or wax application skills and heralds the revival of classic cross-country skiing. The skin in the kick zone ensures good grip even on hardpacked, smooth snow, yet enables the ski smoother and more silent glide performance than any other fish scale cross-country ski. This is the perfect choice for easy handling in all snow conditions and in air temperatures ranging from +10° C to -30° C.

Base

The type of base is perfectly matched to suit different applications and conditions.

RACE PLUS
Universal racing base with the flawless glide performance in all temperatures and snow conditions.

GRINDING FINISHES

In addition to the base material, the grinding of the base determines glide performance and must therefore be selected according to the prevailing conditions. As a general rule, the warmer it is, the coarser the structure required.

The grind is applied at a temperature just above 0 °C. Maintaining a cool environment throughout the finishing procedure, allows the small futures to be precisely ground into the high-performance base.

UM1
Universal race grinding for changeable snow conditions and wet, fine snow.

Stiffness

We use a specially made press to make our new cross-country skis. With over 40 adjustment points it guarantees an unprecedented level of camber tensioning and stiffness adjustment.
For cross-country skiers, aside from the length, it is the stiffness of the ski that is a deciding factor.

For this ski we offer the gradation MEDIUM.