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Inserts made of elastic TPU material on the edges of the tip and tail which act like a bumper in wind-blown or tracked snow. Its shock-absorbing elasticity ensures better stability and catch-free float.
In addition to other important factors like skill level and terrain type,
choosing the right ski for you depends on knowing which size is best
suited for your height. This simple measurement provides an approximate
guide for beginners who are new to the sport and are unsure where to start
when it comes to sizing. Use the following size chart to help guide you to
the perfect ski.
On average, your skis should fall somewhere between your chin and forehead
when held upright. There are a few additional details that play a
significant role in determining which ski size is best fit for you. After
consulting the size chart, be sure to consider your weight, skill level,
skiing style and the type of terrain you’ll be frequenting.