Union Rover Carbon Approach Skis - 85 cm - 2022/2023

Color: Black
Size: One Size
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A lighter alternative to splitboarding—and weighing 400 g less than standard Rovers—these 85 cm Union Rover Carbon approach skis help you skip the lift lines and save your legs for the ride down.

  • Features

    • Deep days await—explore your local hills and backcountry with these and be able to ride the solid board of your choice for any condition or terrain
    • These feature integrated climbing skins made from 65% mohair and 35% nylon for plenty of grip on your ascent
    • A perfect fit with the Union Charger and Explorer bindings; also compatible with Voile standard and all split bindings (bindings not included)
    • When you're ready to descend, swap your bindings onto your board, stow your approach skis and enjoy the ride back down
    • Special Blend is an eco-conscious, wet layup process with a custom-weighted biaxial fiberglass top and bottom for increased strength and durability
    • Plant-based Magic Bean™ resin increases core strength and rigidity, allowing decreased wood core thickness to save weight and trees; low production temps use less energy
    • Carbon fiber construction seriously reduces weight for a light, maneuverable ride
    • XXX[TRUDED] extruded base is stiff and durable
    • New Age directional sidecut; steel edges
    • Compatible with 140 mm Rover crampons (not included)


    If you have questions regarding ski sizing, please visit a sales specialist at your local REI or contact us at 1-800-426-4840.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use



    Bindings Included


    Weight (Pair)

    2 lbs. 9.1 oz.

    Metal Edge

    Full Metal


    85 x 13.5 centimeters


    UltraLITE wood core

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