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Nordic Stone Grinds

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Click on the nordic stone grind you want to know the specific characteristics.

Fresh cold snow

S1A
  • Technique: Skating
  • Temperature: -4° / -15°
  • Snow: cold new fallen and dry

Mostly used for skating. This grind is indicated for cold new or slightly transformed snow.

L5
  • Technique: Classic
  • Temperature: -3° / -20°
  • Snow: cold new or slightly transformed

It requires low humidity, dry snow.

L5XV
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: -1° / -15°
  • Snow: cold new or transformed

For both the techniques. This grind has given us very good results on all the cold and medium cold type of snow.

SO2D
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: -1° / -12°
  • Snow: cold, medium from low to high humidity

A universal grind for cold and medium snow also with high humidity. Great results on long distance races.

Transformed cold snow

L5XV
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: -1° / -15°
  • Snow: cold new or transformed

For both the techniques. This grind has given us very good results on all the cold and medium cold type of snow.

SO2D
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: -1° / -12°
  • Snow: cold, medium from low to high humidity

A universal grind for cold and medium snow also with high humidity. Great results on long distance races.

I5
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: 0° / -10°
  • Snow: cold, medium and moist

A versatile grind used on slightly transformed or falling snow.

Medium snow

L6XV
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: -7° / +1°
  • Snow: natural or man made

One of the most used structures for its versatility on slightly and transformed snow. Also great on long distance races.

SO3D
  • Technique: Classic
  • Temperature: -1° / +5°
  • Snow: new fallen or slightly transformed

This structure has given great results even on new fallen snow.

SO4D
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: -8° / 0°
  • Snow: natural and artificial

A grind that works well on medium and moist snow.

SO2D
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: -1° / -12°
  • Snow: cold, medium from low to high humidity

A universal grind for cold and medium snow also with high humidity. Great results on long distance races.

MD8V
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: -5° / +5°
  • Snow: transformed

It requires transformed and moist snow.

Falling snow

SO4
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: -5° / 0°
  • Snow: new fallen , falling and moist

For new fallen snow with medium/high humidity. Recommended on micro skis, when snow become shiny (glazy) and the kick wax does not work.

SO3D
  • Technique: Classic
  • Temperature: -1° / +5°
  • Snow: new fallen or slightly transformed

This structure has given great results even on new fallen snow.

I5
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: 0° / -10°
  • Snow: cold, medium and moist

A versatile grind used on slightly transformed or falling snow.

Wet snow

SX2
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: -5° / +10°
  • Snow: wet, coarse grained and icy

Very good on all the old types of snow. Also great on skis with “Teflon” base.

MD10
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: 0° / +10°
  • Snow: wet and very wet

A structure that requires very transformed and wet snow.

D5M
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: 0° / +5°
  • Snow: transformed from moist to wet

Also great on skis with “Teflon” base.

M1D
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: -4° / +2°
  • Snow: wet, coarse grained, icy

An old generation structure,  for transformed, icy and wet snow.

X6L.1
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: 0° / +10°
  • Snow: wet

It requires wet snow and not icy.

Coarse grained, icy snow

SX2
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: -5° / +10°
  • Snow: wet, coarse grained and Icy

Very good on all the old types of snow. Also great on skis with “Teflon” base.

SD8
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: -5° / +5°
  • Snow: very transformed, icy

Also great on skis with “Teflon” base.

M1D
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: -4° / +2°
  • Snow: wet, coarse grained, icy

An old generation structure,  for transformed, icy and wet snow.

L7X
  • Technique: Classic and Skating
  • Temperature: -5° / +5°
  • Snow: icy and in melting period

For both the techniques on very transformed snow.

Most used grinds

This is the list of the most used grinds for cross country skiing. For any explanation. Please, don’t hesitate to contact us.

  • S1A
  • L5
  • L5XV
  • SO2D
  • I5
  • SO4
  • SO3D
  • L6XV
  • SO4D
  • MD8V
  • M1D
  • D5M
  • SD8
  • L7X
  • MD10
  • SX2
  • X6L.1
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Nordic Stone Grinds

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