The Ingstad is a modern back country ski with a generous sidecut built for speed and responsive turns.
An ideal ski for demanding descents, the Ingstad is equally at home on extended traverses across flat terrain. Its versatility comes from its moderate grip pocket and a pronounced Nordic Rocker and tapered tip, making it stable, easy to turn and offering control in deep snow and demanding terrain.
The ski’s triple core of paulownia and poplar allows a low weight: fractionally over 2kg for a pair of 200cm skis.
Ingstad skis are equipped with Skinlock, ready for an X-Skin to be attached in an instant for climbing. For this ski, we recommend a 58mm X-Skin in nylon for wet and steep terrain or a narrower mohair skin (45mm) for cold temperatures and flat terrain.
Helge Ingstad, one time Governor of Greenland and Svalbard, was known as a trapper, polar hero, and scientist. He published several best-sellers about hunting in Canada, Greenland and Svalbard. Through this work he contributed to the creation to the heroic representations of the hunter’s adventurous life. Ingstad was also a researcher with a particular interest in the history and ethnography of the Arctic who contributed to our knowledge of the cultures of polar societies and the Norse settlements of North America.
Note: Skis are considered "oversize items" with a shipping cost of $70.
Length: 165, 175, 185, 195, 205 cm
Width: 84-62-74 mm
Weight: 1.025 g per ski (195cm)
Material: poplar/paulownia woodcore
Use: moderate-steep terrain, telemark skiing, bc
Recommended binding: 75mm telemark or bc
Production country: Czech republic
Choosing the right length:
Ski length is determined according to body weight and height. The table below is only a guide, however – experience, skill, terrain and individual needs can all influence your choice of length.
Generally speaking, moving through rugged terrain calls for shorter skis than the open mountain plateau. And for beginners, short skis are easier to control. If you’re mainly skiing along tracks, length isn’t the most crucial factor. For good float on deep snow, a slighter wider ski is useful. Lighter skiers might consider a shorter ski; heavier skiers a longer ski. Skiers with loads such as backpacks and sledges might consider a longer ski.
|Height (cm)||Weight (kg)||Suggested Length (cm)|
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