The Twin Skin Race with it's offset, variable depth design of the mohair strips is designed for consistent, efficient grip on extremely hard snow and glazed tracks for a true performance advantage. Light, stable Air Core construction provides stability at higher speed.
TWIN SKIN RACE STIFF IFP
RACE CLASSIC IFP
The latest generation of this high-performance classic binding has a straightforward, refined design with the single goal of improving speed. FLOWFLEX® technology allows binding to flex with the ski for optimal power transfer.
- Item no. NP20619
- Plate IFP
- Base / Climbing zone World Cup Pro / Twin Skin Mohair
- Construction 812
- Weight/Length 1190
- Lengths 187, 192, 197, 202, 207
The finishing touch now comes from Finish First: the term that covers and unites all the individual technological steps in the course of the final treatment of the base.
Race ski construction with long, dynamic wax pocket pattern for minimum wax loss through friction. Ideal for: cold conditions and dry wax conditions.
Infrared preparation with fluoride-content hot wax. Best gliding properties, protection against dirt and oxidation. Powered by VAUHTI.
The next generation in ski pairing: fully automatic dynamic measurements of a multitude of pairing criteria ensures precise ski choice and optimised pairing.
Deeper and coarser Plus structure, ideal for warm and moist conditions. Produced using natural diamond.
Reinforced ski chassis ensures longer service life. Homogeneous pressure distribution ensures uniform wax wear.
Extremely lightweight and torsion-free construction with highly stable sidewalls. Volcanic basalt fibres for minimum weight and perfect flex characteristics regardless of temperature.
Two separate skin strips arranged in offset positions and with variable base-depth integration result in smooth and balanced gliding.Mohair skins ensure you can rely on the kick action, especially in hard or icy conditions.Thanks to the unique Teflon coating of the skins, moisture absorption and subsequent icing is completely minimised.