Snowfeet* NORDIC | Cross-country Skate Skis | 90 CM
1. FOR WINTER SHOES
BINDINGS COMPATIBLE WITH ANY WINTER SHOE - Snowfeet Nordic ski can be attached to any winter shoe, so you don’t need to buy expensive cross-country ski boots. Recommended shoe size: 6-13 US / 38-47 EU.
2. PRO XC BINDINGS
Rottefella's NNN (New Nordic Norm) cross-country ski binding
METAL EDGES - For better control and easy stopping.
LENGTH - 90 cm. World’s shortest nordic skis!
EASY TO LEARN IN ONE DAY! - Fast learning curve. Great for beginners, intermediates, and pros who want to enjoy cross-country skiing to the fullest. Suitable for people with knee problems thanks to the light weight. Great stability, lightweight to lift, easy to maneuver, and effortless to control.
Free + Fast Shipping. Estimated delivery time is 3 business days.
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This product is rated 5.0 of 5.0 stars.
It has received 6 reviews.
Received our Nordic Snowfeet about 2 weeks ago and got a chance to use them for the first time today. We purchased two sets so both my wife and I tried them. Our initial impression is very positive and we really seem to like them. We both love the size and our increase flexibility to move as we need due to the size. We were on a trail that was not groomed and look forward to the next time we get out to try them on a groomed trail.
Had my eye on these for a wee bit debating if I could go skijoring with them. The answer is, Yes!
I was pleasantly surprised how easy it was, plus no fear of hitting by dog with the skis. My whole family gave it go and now they are all hooked.
The type of boots we wore- Columbia Bugaboot Iii Boot - they have great ankle support.
We did wax them twice and they were nice and slick.
Thank you for making this fantastic and fun product!
From Seattle,WA USA (Nordic trails at Crystal Springs Sno-Park)
I ordered these skis to use as an adaptive cross country "scooter" with my vintage ski bike. I have been able to learn a new sport (my version of cross country skiing) and be outside during glorious winter! While I am still learning technique, the adaptive program I participate in was open to letting me use it and to see if it is something they can add as another piece of equipment to get people outside. I have instructors and together we are trying to figure out the best way to use the Nordic skis with the bike--we have found that the classic shuffle skiing is easier than skate skiing, but whatever way it is getting done and exposing able bodied people to another way to ski and allowing me some independence and a chance to ski with friends. They are working great so far, and I love being able to join others on a frozen lake or at a park. The buckles are a little hard to manage, especially when they get snow and ice in them, but luckily there is always help around! The size I think is the perfect size for this activity and I am glad they were invented! Thank you from Minneapolis, Minnesota!
The Nordic Snowfeet are definitely with I getting! If you’re on the fence about getting them, just do it.
They have a slightly different feel than traditional Nordic skis, but not too much. I love that you can wear hiking boots or snow boots with them. Also going up hills is way easier in the Nordic Snowfeet over traditional Nordic skis! 11/10 would recommend!
World’s shortest nordic skis!
LENGTH - Only 90 cm / 35 Inch
Great for beginners, intermediates and pros who want to enjoy their cross-country trip to the fullest. Great for both kids and adults, teenagers or ski instructors.
REVOLUTION IN NORDIC XC SKATE SKIING
COMPATIBLE WITH ANY WINTER SHOES
Snowfeet Nordic ski can be attached to any winter shoe, so you don’t need to buy expensive cross-country ski boots.
EASY TO LEARN IN ONE DAY
LIGHTWEIGHT + PORTABLE
These skate skis are easy to grab and lightweight to carry around so you can take them with you anywhere.
NORDIC SKI CONSTRUCTION
We only use high-quality materials for production and we only design unique, innovative products with a goal to always create the best product in its category
Cross-Country Skis FAQ
What are Cross-Country skis?
Cross-Country skis, also known as Nordic skis, are slim skis designed for moving on flat or slightly sloping snow. They are lighter than downhill skis and have bindings that allow your heel to lift. People use these skis for fun skiing, racing, and touring in snowy places. They are excellent for staying active and exploring winter scenes.
What is the difference between Snowfeet Cross-Country skis and traditional ones?
Snowfeet skis are a flexible and easy way to try cross-country skiing, especially if you're new or just want a more casual experience. These skis are different from the usual ones because they're shorter, lighter, and more versatile. There are two models of Snowfeet cross-country skis available – one with bindings for regular shoes and another with pro cross-country bindings for use with ski boots. So you can just clip Snowfeet directly onto your regular winter shoes, no need for special ski boots.
What boots can I use with Snowfeet Cross-Country Skate Skis?
You have two Snowfeet models to choose from. One works with regular winter shoes, so you don't need to buy expensive cross-country ski boots. The other one has Rottefella's NNN binding for cross-country ski boots.
What gear do you need for cross-country skiing?
When gearing up for cross-country skiing, it's essential to choose the right skis, boots, and poles.
What do you wear for cross-country skiing?
For cross-country skiing, wear layers to stay warm. Choose moisture-wicking clothes, like a thermal shirt and pants. Don't forget a jacket and gloves. Wear comfortable, insulated boots, and goggles or sunglasses protect your eyes.
What are the benefits of short Cross-Country skis?
Short cross-country skis are easier to control than longer ones. They are light and easy to carry, especially when you switch between ski areas. These skis can navigate well in crowded places or narrow trails where longer skis might be hard to manage.
Are short Cross-Country skis good choice for beginners?
Yes, short cross-country skis work well for beginners because they're easier to handle, more maneuverable, and require less effort to control than longer skis.
How do you ski on Cross-Country skis?
To start cross-country or Nordic skiing, stand upright with your skis close together. Push off with one foot and slide the other along the snow. Use poles to help you keep your balance and move forward. When you want to turn, lean in the direction you want to go and shift your weight. Practice these moves, and soon you'll be gliding smoothly on your skis!
Is Cross-Country skiing easy to learn?
Cross-country skiing is easy for beginners, and it's a fun way to enjoy winter. With a little practice, you'll get the hang of it and have a great time sliding on the snow.
What is the best terrain for short Cross-Country skis?
Cross-country skis are best on smooth trails that are groomed, with flat or gently rolling land. They work well on groomed tracks, packed snow, and open fields, providing stability and ease of control for skiers.
Do I need to use Kick wax (a.k.a. grip wax) for Snowfeet Cross-Country Skate Skis?
Snowfeet Nordic skis have a special Fishscales base, so you don't need Kick wax; they're easy to use, but if you want to go faster, you can still use glide wax.
Do I need Cross-Country ski boots with Snowfeet Nordic Skate Skis?
No, you don't have to buy special ski boots for Snowfeet Nordic Skate Skis. These skis have bindings that work with any winter shoe. You can use them with regular winter shoes, so you don't have to spend money on expensive cross-country ski boots. The recommended shoe size for Snowfeet Nordic skis is 6-13 US / 38-47 EU.
What is the ideal length for cross country ski poles?
The ideal length for cross country ski poles is generally determined by your height, but a common rule is to use poles that are around 83% of your height.