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  • 35 - Hiking - Skin Ski XC S 900 Hard INOVIK
  • 35 - Hiking - Skin Ski XC S 900 Hard INOVIK
  • 35 - Hiking - Skin Ski XC S 900 Hard INOVIK
  • 35 - Hiking - Skin Ski XC S 900 Hard INOVIK
  • 35 - Hiking - Skin Ski XC S 900 Hard INOVIK
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35 - Hiking

INOVIK Classic Cross-Country Skin Ski 900 + Bindings Rottefella Xcelerator

Do you practise cross-country skate skiing in competition or at an intensive level? This ski is our top-of-the-range "skin" ski. It is exhilarating to use. With its sintered base and its Nomex® honeycomb core, the classic 900 skin ski is very powerful and lightweight with superb glide performance that feels similar to a waxable ski.

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1 - The 900 classic cross-country skin ski – the top of the range of our skin skis!

You practise cross-country skiing intensively and you have good technique.
For you, cross-country skiing is about cardio training and surpassing yourself, but you are unfamiliar with grip wax?
Get the 900 skin ski. It is the most powerful ski of our classic range and it requires minimal maintenance since it has 100% mohair ski skins that provide excellent glide performance.
This ski offers the best glide performance with the ideal combination of low weight, rigidity and control of the camber.

2 - A special camber for a personalised ski!

CC skis have a camber whose function is to make the ski springy and resist the downward force of the skier's weightTo provide grip in classic cross-country skiing, the ski must bend under the weight of the skier said that the grip zone is in contact with the snowHowever, in order to glide, the grip zone must no longer be in contact with the snowIt is important to choose the correct ski camber according to one's weight and level of ability in order to obtain the right combination of grip & glide

3 - Choosing the right SIZE

The size of a cross-country ski is chosen according to your level of ability and weight
900 skin skis:
55 to 65 kg = 188 cm
60 to 75 kg = 195 cm
65 to 80 kg = 202 cm
75 to 90 kg = 195 cm
- 80 to 95 kg = 202 cm
- 90 to 110 kg = 207 cm
If you are between 2 sizes:
- For more comfort, choose the lower size to ensure the ski is more manoeuvrable.
- For more intense use = choose the larger size

4 - SKI SKIN grip – simple!

The grip of a cross-country ski corresponds to the area located in the centre of the base (underside of the ski)This provides the "grip" needed to avoid slipping in uphill sections while delivering smooth glide on flat or descending terrainThere are 3 systemsfish scales, grip wax or skinsThe 900 ski is equipped with a 100% mohair skin grip
The ski skins provide the same quality of grip as the fish-scale bases but they have the advantage of not making any noise, they do not require waxing

5 - XCELERATOR PRO 2.0 bindings – the technical bindings that will develop with you!

All of our skis are sold with Rottefella bindings that are compatible with the NNN, prolink and Turnamic standards.
The 900 skin skis are equipped with the Rottefella XCELERATOR PRO 2.0 bindings. They are lightweight and offer an ideal foot position and optimal power transfer from the foot to the ski.
It will develop with you because the move system can be adjusted to move the binding without removing the skis. It delivers power and speed

6 - A sintered base, for a superior glide performance

The base is the part of the ski in contact with the snow. It is made of polyethylene (HDPE), which can be extruded or sintered during the manufacturing process.
The base of the 900 ski is made of sintered HDPE, which is a plastic powder of a high molecular weight that is heated, compressed and cut into a plate.
This process produces a more dense base and delivers superior glide performance and durability.

7 - Waxing, the secret to durability

When buying the skis, prepare the base so that it has optimal glide performance. Wax it several times consecutively so that the base is properly "nourished".
To maintain the performance of your skis, don't forget to wax them regularly!
To wax your skis, check out our tutorials on our Inovik YouTube channel or make an appointment in your Decathlon workshop.

GLOSSARY = Construction of a ski

Our skis are designed using a "sandwich" process: by layering different materials in the core of the ski and across its entire width.
The final product is assembled with a press.
CORE = the centre of the ski: wooden (solid or with channels) or composite (honeycomb or Nomex®)
BASE = Part in contact with snow: it is made of sintered or extruded high density polyethylene (HDPE).
GRIP = grip area under the ski
SIDECUTS = width of a ski at the nose, waist and tail

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Main part
05.00% Stainless steel, 15.00% Polyoxymethylene (POM), 20.00% Polyethylene High Density (HDPE), 40.00% Glass - Fiber (FG), 20.00% Cellulose
Stock advice At the end of the season, it is advisable to wax your skis and store them indoors, if possible in a bag to protect them.
Restricted use : Compatible with standard boots: NNN, Prolink and Turnamic.


Test Product All our products are tested in the field in real conditions by our panel of professional testers: instructors and coaches as well as regular cross-country skiers. Our skis are also subjected to laboratory tests: resistance, torsion, glide and camber.
Guarantee : 2 Years