Rundle makes some of the best poles and roller skis in the world while offering great value. Our small size gives us the freedom to create unique products and offer unparalleled customer service. We don't charge a premium for our brand because we want great equipment to be accessible to as many skiers as possible. When you buy from Rundle you're paying exclusively for performance.

Yes, Rundle is 100% Canadian and is located in Squamish, British Columbia. All our poles and roller skis are assembled in Squamish.

Frequent Roller Ski Questions

Rundle skate roller skis are built with standard #2 (medium) speed wheels. We can also build roller skis with #1 (fast) and #3 (slow) skate wheels upon request.

Rundle classic wheels are #2 (medium) speed and are nearly identical in speed to #2 skate wheels.

If you are installing Salomon Bindings or Rottefella Roller Ski Bindings you can install them at home with some common tools. Our roller skis are pre-drilled for both Salomon Bindings and Rottefella Roller Ski Bindings. To install the bindings you will need a power drill and a PZ3 bit (PH3 bits also work but not quite as well). The screw holes are designed to be tight to prevent the screws loosening from vibration.


Orders typically ship out within 2-3 business days. A tracking number for your order will be emailed to you when the order has shipped. Shipping to Western Canada usually takes 3-4 business days, shipping to Eastern Canada usually takes 5-6 business days, and shipping to the United States usually takes 5 business days.

Express shipping is available upon request. If you require express shipping we recommend calling us at 416-559-5309.

Discounts and Sponsorships

Yes! Please email or use the "Contact Us" form at the bottom of this page.

Yes! If your team or club is interested in a bulk order please email

We typically accept sponsorship applications each spring in March and April. If interested in sponsorship, please prepare an athlete resume that includes ALL your race results from the past 2 seasons (including field size), and how you participate in the ski community outside of racing (coaching, working in a ski shop, volunteering with your club, etc).

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