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  • Rundle Sport FLEX Skate Roller Skis with TrueSki Technology
  • Rundle Sport FLEX Skate Roller Skis with TrueSki Technology
  • FLEX roller skis include pre-drilled holes for easy binding instillation. NIS, NNN, and SNS drill patterns are included for compatibility with all standard bindings.

2016 FLEX Skate Roller Skis

RRP: $304.43
$228.32 (You save $76.11)

 Product Description

FLEX roller skis are the pinnacle of roller ski technology. Patented TrueSki Technology allows each roller ski wheel to move independently, absorbing irregularities in the road surface. The suspension on each wheel reduces vibration and shock loading, improves foot and shin comfort, and reduces the risk of an overuse injury. The suspension on FLEX roller skis also gives a light kick at the end of every push, giving the most realistic on-snow feel of any roller ski on the market. For both athletes and recreational roller skiers, FLEX is the ultimate answer.

Details:

  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Pre drilled holes for NIS, NNN, & SNS Bindings
  • Roller ski suspension tailored to skier weight
  • Button head bolts to reduce snagging
  • Standard Wheel Size (100x24mm)
  • Made in Canada

Check out the Fasterskier review of Rundle Sport FLEX roller skis!

NOTE: Each pair of FLEX roller skis is tailored to the weight of the roller skier. If ordering multiple pairs, please add roller skis to the cart one pair at a time. 

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  1. Smoothest roller ski I've ever used. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Sep 2016

    After about a month and a half of training:

    -I don't notice the flex, (I can put all my weight on one ski and push as hard as i can and they barely budge--I'm 180lbs) until i'm on rough pavement and then I can notice the flex working to absorb the bumps, cracks ect.

    - The wheels are fast, great for distance, over distance and racing, not a realistic average snow speed I would say.

    -The wheels are wearing out fast. There is considerable wear on these wheels already relative to other rollerskies i'm familiar with. This might be intentional, a soft wheel to produce a smooth ski-- I don't know.

    -They tracked very straight.

    - I'm really happy with these skis, and the service from the company. Keep up the nice work.


  2. Very good rollerski 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Aug 2016

    I've been talking to RundleSport for a while and tested their rollerskis on site, first 5 mins got me convince because I was looking for something that had much less vibrations. I normally use a Swenor Aluminum yellow roller ski, and the difference is day and night. While the Swenors are more of an entry level rollerski, I couldn't ski more than 20 km's without my feet hurting and feeling numb. After three adjustment runs I ski'ed over 40km's in one session no problems and my feet are happy.

    Really like the dampening system and there is not too much give when you kick hard. I like how it is designed and interchangeable/replaceable with stiffer or softer bumpers. The bearings seem to be faster then the Swenors but the rubber is softer so it ends up roughly the same speed.

    Locally made, with a good unique design, reasonably priced training tool, very quick customer service, seems like a win win.


  3. Comfort and Response 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Jun 2016

    These RS rollers take the rough out of many of the roads I train on. Both my feet and shins experience less stress than anything I've skied on before. I bought the long model and it is very stable with no maneuverability problems.
    I mounted my own bindings with ease as they came predrilled. I located the holes under the graphics for nnn bindings and had them on in minutes.
    Rundlesport was very helpful seeing that I got the skis that would work for me.


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