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Åsnes Tonje BC Skis


Introducing the ultimate ski for adventurous women: The Tonje Blomseth Ski, designed for deep, challenging spring snow and playful steep descents. Featuring a distinctive Nordic rocker with a tapered tip, this ski offers exceptional handling in loose conditions and boasts a 22mm turn radius.

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Product Description

Unleash Your Inner Adventurer with the Ultimate Women’s Backcountry Ski

Designed for Deep Snow and Demanding Spring Conditions
Experience the thrill of backcountry skiing with a ski specifically designed for adventurous women. Built for deep, challenging snow and steep descents, this ski features a distinctive Nordic rocker and a tapered tip for effortless handling in loose conditions. The 22mm turn radius ensures precision and control on every run.

Developed in Collaboration with Renowned Explorer Tonje Blomseth
Tonje Blomseth, a prominent figure in the Norwegian expedition community since age 17, played an instrumental role in the development of this ski. Having completed an impressive walk along the length of Norway, Tonje has also won the prestigious Wild Marking of the Year award in 2016—a title previously held by renowned adventurers such as Lars Monsen, Cecilie Skog, and Villmarksbarna.

Embark on Exciting Adventures with Confidence and Performance
Inspired by Tonje Blomseth’s remarkable achievements, this ski is crafted to empower women to conquer the backcountry and tackle demanding terrain with ease. Embrace your inner adventurer and experience the unrivaled performance of this outstanding ski for women, designed to elevate your backcountry expeditions to new heights.

Tech Specs

  • Steel edge
  • Skin insert
  • Sintered and spreadable
  • Material: Poplar/paulownia
  • Use: Steep terrain
  • Construction: Cap
  • Binding: 75mm / bc
  • Width: 84-62-74
  • Weight: 925g per ski (175cm)
  • Made in Czech Republic

Size Charts

Body length Weight (kg) Ski length
150-160 -55 165
160-170 50-65 175
170-180 60-75 185




Åsnes is a renowned Norwegian brand that has a history of producing high-quality skis for touring and mountaineering for over 100 years. The brand was established by the Åsnes family in 1922, and in 1933, they built their first factory.

The company expanded over the years and experienced significant success, manufacturing over 137,000 pairs of skis in 1977. However, the beginning of the 1980s was a challenging time, and in 1998 the company declared bankruptcy. This led to the establishment of a new company called Åsnes Ski AS. Currently, Åsnes Ski AS is a subsidiary of Active Brands AS, which continues to operate the brand.

Today, Åsnes is a world leader in the production of backcountry nordic skis, also known in Norway as “fjellski,” and is the preferred choice for skis among polar expeditions worldwide. Additionally, the brand is a distributor of trap brands such as Colltex and Pomoca. Åsnes is famous for its alpine and cross-country skis, touring poles, and patented trap lock introduced in 2003.

Apart from skis, Åsnes also produces other ski-related equipment such as bindings, poles, and skins. The company has a strong focus on sustainability and uses environmentally friendly materials and production methods wherever possible.

Åsnes has a long history of supplying the Norwegian military with skis, and the brand is also popular among international expeditions and adventure skiers. Despite the production being moved out of Norway, Åsnes still designs and constructs its skis in Voss, Norway, and continues to be a market leader in mountain skiing and leading other developments in the category.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are the Åsnes Tonje BC Skis designed exclusively for women?

Yes, the Åsnes Tonje BC Skis are designed specifically for adventurous women. Developed in collaboration with famous explorer Tonje Blomseth, these skis cater to the unique needs and preferences of female skiers, ensuring optimal performance, handling, and comfort in challenging backcountry terrain.

What are the ideal conditions for using the Åsnes Tonje BC Skis?

The Åsnes Tonje BC Skis are designed for deep snow and demanding spring conditions, making them perfect for backcountry skiing in challenging terrain and steep descents.

What is the turn radius of the Åsnes Tonje BC Skis?

The Åsnes Tonje BC Skis have a turn radius of 22mm, offering precision and control during your skiing adventures.

What makes the Åsnes Tonje BC Skis unique?

These skis were developed in collaboration with renowned explorer Tonje Blomseth, ensuring a design tailored for adventurous women. The distinctive Nordic rocker and tapered tip provide easy handling in loose snow conditions.

Who is Tonje Blomseth, and why is she involved in the ski's design?

Tonje Blomseth is a prominent figure in the Norwegian expedition community. She has completed impressive feats, such as walking the length of Norway at age 17, and winning the Wild Marking of the Year award in 2016. Her experience and expertise influenced the design and performance of the Åsnes Tonje BC Skis.

Are the Åsnes Tonje BC Skis suitable for beginners?

While these skis are designed for adventurous women tackling challenging terrain, beginners may still enjoy their performance and handling. However, it's essential for novice skiers to exercise caution and ensure they have the appropriate skills and knowledge before venturing into the backcountry.

How should I determine the right ski length for Åsnes Tonje BC Skis?

Ski length is determined based on body length, weight, and skill level. Consider factors like skiing ability, terrain, weight and load, as well as individual needs and habits when choosing the appropriate length and model. Keep in mind that the table provided is intended as a guideline, not a strict rule.

Does the type of terrain affect the choice of ski length for Åsnes Tonje BC Skis?

Yes, travel in rugged terrain typically requires shorter skis than open mountain expanses. Beginners may also find it easier to handle shorter skis.

How does ski length affect floatation in the snow?

When skiing on rutted tracks, length plays little role in terms of floatation in the snow. Instead, the span of the ski is the decisive factor.

Should a lighter person choose shorter Åsnes Tonje BC Skis?

Yes, lighter individuals should generally opt for slightly shorter skis, while heavier individuals may prefer longer skis for better support and stability.

How should I clean my Åsnes Tonje BC Skis after use?

After skiing, use a soft cloth or brush to remove any snow, ice, or dirt from the top, bottom, and edges of the skis. For stubborn dirt, you may use mild soap and water, but be sure to dry the skis thoroughly afterward to prevent rust or damage.

Is it necessary to wax Åsnes Tonje BC Skis?

Waxing your skis is essential for optimal glide and protection. Regularly apply glide wax to the ski base, and, if needed, apply grip wax or use climbing skins for better traction in specific conditions.

How should I store Åsnes Tonje BC Skis when not in use?

Store the skis in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Before storing, make sure the skis are clean and dry. You may also apply a layer of storage wax to protect the base from oxidation and damage. When you're ready to use the skis again, simply scrape off the storage wax.

How often should I inspect and maintain my Åsnes Tonje BC Skis?

Regularly inspect your skis for damage or wear, such as scratches or nicks on the base and edges. Address any issues promptly to maintain optimal performance. Regular waxing and edge sharpening will also help prolong the life of your skis.

How do I care for my Åsnes Tonje BC Skis bindings?

Keep the bindings clean and free of debris. Lubricate any moving parts with a silicone-based lubricant periodically. Check for any signs of wear or damage and consult a professional ski technician if you're unsure about the condition of your bindings.