For those who take their dogs with them, for hunting or the simple pleasure of companionship in the mountains, the Kongsvold Hunter is built without steel edges to be safe for paws.
The Kongsvold’s generous sidecut and soft tip mean a stable ski, easy to turn, with a reassuring float on deeper snow. The stiffer mid-section makes it possible to choose skis up to 10cm shorter than others, and – if you have the technique – enjoy parallel turns on the descent.
A ski that meets the challenge of demanding terrain, this is a faithful companion in winter hunting at the treeline.
Note: Skis are considered "oversize items" with a shipping cost of $70.
Width: 96 66 85
Weight: 1950g (190cm)
Material: Poplar woodcore
Use: timberline hunting
Prod. 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.
|Length (cm)||Weight (kg)||Length (kg)|
- skin insert
- sinter and waxable