Elpex F1 Skating Rollerski - Update
May 14, 2004 - By Brian Cook
Brian's review of the Eplex F1 rollerski ran on July 27, 2003. He's had a chance to ski on them a few months - Does he still like them?
Mon, Nov 28, 2005 - by Mike MuhaThis is a nice rollerski for folks who want a little more stability than found on the skinnier 22mm wide rollerskis, and who train mainly on smooth pavement.
The New Jenex Universal Rollerski Brake
October 19, 2004 - By James Mannion
When I saw the new brake I was intrigued. It did look to be a bit of a Rube Goldberg contraption on the website. Marty Hall gave it the OK on Jenex's website, so I decided to give it a try.
Head-to Head: The
Aero 125 vs. Aero 150
Has Jenex Fixed the Aero 125 Rollerski Wheel
Jenex Aero 125 S Skating Rollerski
Later: A V2 Aero 150S Update
The Perfect Rollerski? The V2 Aero 150S
Thu, Jul 14, 2005 - By Jim HoweI have had my Marwe 610 rollerskis for about 3 weeks and I have skied about 150kms. I have found these freestyle rollerskis simulate the real thing better than other rollerskis I have used.
The Pro-Ski S3, One Year Later
June 20, 2004 - By Mike Muha
I was skiing at Forbush Corner on nicely groomed skating trails early last winter and thought to myself, "This feels just like rollerskiing on my S3's!"
Pro-Ski S2 Skating
Rollerski: Zoom Zoom!
Pro-Ski C2 Classic Rollerski
& Jenex Aero 150S Shootout
|Ski Skeet Rollerskis|
A Trio of Ski Skett Classic Rollerskis:
The Nord CL, Nord TD, and the EL
September 1, 2005 - By Ben Arians
I have used a lot of classic rollerskis, and over the last several years have found that the Ski Skett Nord classic models are light, flexible, come in a variety of wheel speeds/durometers, and handle incredibly well.
|Ski Skett Shark Skate Rollerski
August 14, 2004 - By Mike Muha
The Shark rolls nicely, handles the bumps, tracks well, and has a ski-like speed. Snowplowing is passable. I particularly like the lightness of these skis! Overall, the Shark is a great alternative for people skiing on smooth to medium-rough pavement.