Our number one selling cross country ski since 2010.
The 2020 EVO XC 49 Cross Country Skis
Our Price $199.85
| MSRP $ 225.00
| In stock
The Rossignol Evo First Cut XC49 is the perfect cross country ski beginners to intermediate skiers skiing mostly groomed tracks with the ability to ski ungroomed terrain when the conditions are right. This lightweight ski has a flex pattern that is easy to control and helps build confidence. Includes a pre-mounted NNN IFP Tour Step-In binding.
Features of the Rossignol EVO 49 cross country ski
Skill level- Best used by beginner to intermediate cross country skiers.
Use- Intended for groomed tracks and ungroomed snow under a foot deep.
Construction- Wood and air core for durablilty yet light weight.
Waxless- The fish scale kick area under the foot is waxless and never requires wax. A nylon brush with water is all that is required to keep clean. For best glide, you should wax the tip and tails when needed.
Sidecut- 49 x 47 x 49
Weighs- 700g or 3.75 lbs in a 176 cm length
About the IFP NNN Binding- The pre mounted, step in, IFP system will fit NNN, Prolink, and Turnmatic boot soles. The IFP, or Integrated Fixation Plate allows the toe and heel to slide forward or backwards on the plate to help find your specific balance point. This can be done by lifting a small lever with your finger on the binding.
Warranty- 1 year manufacture warranty.
Not available for shipping outside the USA.
Ski sizing Make sure to get the correct length. When you stand on a ski, it CAN NOT TELL how tall you are. It can only feel your body weight. It's why the proper way to size skis is by weight. But height is taken into consideration only if you are between sizes. Go up a length if you are taller than average, go down a size if you are shorter than average.
166 cm- 90-120 lbs.
176 cm- 120-150 lbs.
186 cm- 150-180 lbs.
196 cm-180+ lbs.
Our comments- Like it says at the top, the EVO has been our best selling cross country ski since 2010. It has proven the test of time and many of our customers love thier skis. Rossignol keeps improving the ski with minor changes but finds a way to keep the price the same.
I decided to buy myself some cross country skis this season. I wasnt too sure what I was getting into, but the employees at Alpine were very friendly and wanted to help me learn more about the sport. Before I left the shop they asked if I wanted them to wax my skis and adjust the bindings to the boots. Its been a while since the last time I had any fun on the snow so once I got home with these I went right out to the local trail and picked it right up again! it was like riding a bike.