V2 universal emergency brake

This version of the V2 brake is designed to bolt onto the shaft of almost any roller ski, regardless of make or model. Order size 150 for 4" to 6" diameter wheels, and size 900 for 3" wheels.



The latest generation V2 brake is lighter and stronger than ever and has both vertical and angular adjustments so it can be used with almost any binding position or boot size. The brake can be folded down when not in use - and when it's raised, a spring-loaded plunger locks the brake in the upright position. Only one brake is required for each pair of skis.



When adjusted properly, the brake does not touch your leg until you go into the braking position. When braking, extend your braking leg forward about 18 inches (45 cm) and then you simply pull your knee back. This “Telemark” stance is the most stable position for braking, as the forward leg acts like a brace and keeps you from falling forward as you decelerate.

V2 universal emergency brake

$129.00
V2 universal emergency brake V2 universal emergency brake
V2 universal emergency brake V2 universal emergency brake

V2 universal emergency brake

$129.00
Size
$129.00
This version of the V2 brake is designed to bolt onto the shaft of almost any roller ski, regardless of make or model. Order size 150 for 4" to 6" diameter wheels, and size 900 for 3" wheels.



The latest generation V2 brake is lighter and stronger than ever and has both vertical and angular adjustments so it can be used with almost any binding position or boot size. The brake can be folded down when not in use - and when it's raised, a spring-loaded plunger locks the brake in the upright position. Only one brake is required for each pair of skis.



When adjusted properly, the brake does not touch your leg until you go into the braking position. When braking, extend your braking leg forward about 18 inches (45 cm) and then you simply pull your knee back. This “Telemark” stance is the most stable position for braking, as the forward leg acts like a brace and keeps you from falling forward as you decelerate.