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Sizing guide

Nordic Ski : Junior Skate

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

  • CHOOSING THE SIZE OF CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING SKATE SKIS

The size of your future pair of skate skis is usually the first question that comes to mind. The typical skier uses cross-country skiing skate skis 10 to 15 cm shorter than their classic skis. 

Normally we would use our own height to choose the length of the skis (like for Alpine skiing, for example), but this would be a mistake.

Whether skiing cross-country or classic, your weight is the main factor in choosing the size of your cross-country skates.

  • Using your weight, find the right-sized ski for you.
  • Found two ski sizes for your weight? Choose based on your technical skill and your goals for making progress. Shorter skis are easier to use, whereas bigger sizes will help you slide longer.

To find out more about choosing skate skis, visit our advice page:

Articles:
S/RACE SKATE JUNIOR    L39942200+
RS JUNIOR    L40889200+

Order size 1Your bodyweight
126 15 - 30kg
137 20 - 35kg
144 25 - 40kg
151 30 - 45kg
158 35 - 50kg
165 40 - 55kg
172 45 - 65kg
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Nordic Ski : Junior S/Max Classic

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  • CHOOSING THE SIZE OF CLASSIC CROSS-COUNTRY SKIS

A pair of classic cross-country skis is about 15 to 20 cm longer than the skier is tall. However, the most important thing to think about is your weight and your skill level.

  • Using your height and weight, find the right-sized ski for you.

Then fine-tune your choice based on your technical skill and your goals for making progress.

  • Stuck between 2 skis? If you're just getting started with cross-country skiing or aren't comfortable with classic techniques yet, choose the smaller ski. However, if your goal is to improve your performance, we recommend going for the longer ski.

To find out more about choosing classic skis, visit our advice page:

Articles
S/MAX CLASSIC JUNIOR L41189700+

Order size 1Your bodyweight
145 25 - 35kg
155 30 - 40kg
165 35 - 45kg
175 40 - 50kg
185 45 - 55kg
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Nordic Ski : Junior Eskin

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  • CHOOSING THE SIZE OF CLASSIC CROSS-COUNTRY SKIS

A pair of classic cross-country skis is about 15 to 20 cm longer than the skier is tall. However, the most important thing to think about is your weight and your skill level.

  • Using your height and weight, find the right-sized ski for you.

Then fine-tune your choice based on your technical skill and your goals for making progress.

  • Stuck between 2 skis? If you're just getting started with cross-country skiing or aren't comfortable with classic techniques yet, choose the smaller ski. However, if your goal is to improve your performance, we recommend going for the longer ski.

To find out more about choosing classic skis, visit our advice page:

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S/MAX eSKIN JUNIOR + PS PRO    L41347300+
RC eSKIN JUNIOR PM PLK ACCESS JR    L412143PM+

Order size 1Your bodyweight
125 15 - 25kg
135 15 - 25kg
145 20 - 30kg
155 25 - 35kg
165 30 - 40kg
175 40 - 50kg
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Nordic Ski : Junior Aero

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  • CHOOSING THE SIZE OF CLASSIC CROSS-COUNTRY SKIS

A pair of classic cross-country skis is about 15 to 20 cm longer than the skier is tall. However, the most important thing to think about is your weight and your skill level.

  • Using your height and weight, find the right-sized ski for you.

Then fine-tune your choice based on your technical skill and your goals for making progress.

  • Stuck between 2 skis? If you're just getting started with cross-country skiing or aren't comfortable with classic techniques yet, choose the smaller ski. However, if your goal is to improve your performance, we recommend going for the longer ski.

To find out more about choosing classic skis, visit our advice page:

Articles
AERO eSKIN JUNIOR    L41190000+
AERO GRIP JR PM PLK ACC JR    412147PM+

Order size 1Your bodyweight
91 5 - 15kg
101 5 - 20kg
111 15 - 25kg
121 20 - 30kg
131 25 - 35kg
141 30 - 40kg
151 35 - 45kg
161 40 - 50kg
171 45 - 55kg
Measure in:

Nordic Ski : Junior S/Race Carbon

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

  • CHOOSING THE SIZE OF CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING SKATE SKIS

The size of your future pair of skate skis is usually the first question that comes to mind. The typical skier uses cross-country skiing skate skis 10 to 15 cm shorter than their classic skis. 

Normally we would use our own height to choose the length of the skis (like for Alpine skiing, for example), but this would be a mistake.

Whether skiing cross-country or classic, your weight is the main factor in choosing the size of your cross-country skates.

  • Using your weight, find the right-sized ski for you.
  • Found two ski sizes for your weight? Choose based on your technical skill and your goals for making progress. Shorter skis are easier to use, whereas bigger sizes will help you slide longer.

To find out more about choosing skate skis, visit our advice page:

Articles:
S/RACE CARBON SK JUNIOR    L40883000+

Order size 1Your bodyweight
141 20 - 30kg
148 25 - 35kg
155 30 - 40kg
162 35 - 45kg
169 40 - 50kg
176 45 - 55kg
Measure in:

Kid's Footwear

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  1. Place a sheet of paper on the floor and against a wall
  2. Make sure you are wearing the same socks that you would normally wear with this type of shoe
  3. Wearing these socks, stand on the sheet of paper with your foot perpendicular to the wall and your heel against the wall.
  4. Then use a pen to draw a line just in front of your big toe. Repeat for both feet and take the longer distance to determine your size.
  5. Using a ruler, measure the distance between the wall and the line you drew to find your size.
Order size 1FOOT LENGTH (CM)FOOT LENGTH (INCH) UK EUR
9K 166,3 8.5K 26
10K 16,56,5 9.5K 27
10.5K 176,7 10K 28
11K 17,56,9 10.5K 29
12K 18,57,3 11.5K 30
13K 197,5 12.5K 31
1 207,9 13.5K 32
1.5 20,58,1 1 33
2 218,3 2 34
3 21,58,5 2.5 35
4 228,7 3.5 36
5 22,58,9 4 37
6 23,59,3 5 38
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Kid's Back Protection

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  1. Torso: Measure diagonally from the middle of your shoulder to your natural waist
Order size 1Height (CM)Height (INCH) 2Waist to shoulder (CM)Waist to shoulder (INCH)
JS 117-12846-50 28-3111-12
JM 129-14051-55 31-3412-13
JL 141-15256-60 34-3713-15
JXL 153-16460-65 37-4015-16
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Junior's S/Race Helmet

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  1. Head: Measure the circumference of your head at the widest point
Order size 1HEAD (CM)HEAD (INCH)
S 51-5520-22
M 55-5822-23
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Junior's Helmets

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size (PACT)

  1. Head: Measure the circumference of your head at the widest point
Order size 1HEAD (CM)HEAD (INCH)
XS 49-5319-21
S 53-5621-22
M 56-5922-23
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Kid's Helmets

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size (GROM / GROM VISOR)

  1. Head: Measure the circumference of your head at the widest point
Order size 1HEAD (CM)HEAD (INCH)
S 49-5319-21
M 53-5621-22
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Juniors' Ski Boots

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Kid's Ski Boots
  1. Place a sheet of paper on the floor and against a wall.
  2. Make sure you are wearing the same socks that you would normally wear with this type of shoe
  3. Wearing these socks, stand on the sheet of paper with your foot perpendicular to the wall and your heel against the wall.
  4. Then use a pen to draw a line just in front of your big toe. Repeat for both feet and take the longer distance to determine your size.
  5. Using a ruler, measure the distance between the wall and the line you drew to find your size.
  6. Once you’ve got your length in millimeters, you just have to report it in the corresponding cell of the column “foot length range (mm)” whatever the franchise.
Order size 1FOOT LENGTH (MM) EURO UK US BOOT SOLE LENGTH(mm)
14 140 - 149mm ?22-23 7,5 K? ?8 C208
15 150 - 159mm 24 2/3 8,5K 9 C208
16 160 - 169mm 26 9,5K 10 C208
17 170 - 179mm 27 2/3 10,5K 11 C224
18.0-18.5 180 - 189mm 29 - 30 11,5K - 12K 12 - 12,5 C235
Tips 190 - 199mm 30 2/3 - 31 1/3 12,5K - 13K 13 - 13,5 C235
20.0-20.5 200 - 209mm 32 - 33 13,5K- 1 1 - 1,5 C246
21.0-21.5 210 - 219mm 33 2/3 - 34 1/3 1,5 - 2 2 - 2,5 C255
22 - 22,5 220 - 229mm 35 - 36 2,5 - 3 3 - 3,5 A265
23 - 23,5 230- 239mm 36 2/3 - 37 1/3 4 - 4,5 4,5 - 5 A275
24 - 24,5 240 - 249mm 38 - 39 5 - 5,5 6,5 - 7 A285
25 - 25,5 250 - 259mm 39 2/3 - 40 1/3 6 - 6,5 7,5 - 8 A295
26 - 26,5 260 - 269mm 41 - 42 7,5 - 8 9 - 9,5 A305
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Kid's Snowboard Boots

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  1. Mondopoint = CM
  2. Place a sheet of paper on the floor and against a wall
  3. Make sure you are wearing the same socks that you would normally wear with this type of shoe
  4. Wearing these socks, stand on the sheet of paper with your foot perpendicular to the wall and your heel against the wall.
  5. Then use a pen to draw a line just in front of your big toe. Repeat for both feet and take the longer distance to determine your size.
  6. Using a ruler, measure the distance between the wall and the line you drew to find your size.
Order size UK EUR Mondo
10K 9K 27,5 17
11K 10K 29 18
12K 11K 30,5 19
13K 13K 32 20
2M 1,5 33,5 21
3,5M 2,5 34,5 22
4M 3 35,5 22,5
5M 4 36,5 23
5,5M 4,5 37 23,5
6M 5 38 24
6,5M 5,5 38,5 24,5
7M 6 39 25
7,5M 6,5 40 25,5
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Alpine Ski: S/RACE

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

Choose the right ski length for you based on your height and skiing level.

  1. Beginner
    Min: You have never skied before
    Max: You can ski in a cautious wedge.
  2. Intermediate
    Min: You can make round turns with confidence on green terrain
    Max: You link turns with speed control and bring skis together parallel at the end of the turn on green and easier blue runs
  3. Advanced
    Min: You ski mostly parallel but may wedge or step to start the turns. Confident on green and blue runs.
    Max: You use a parallel stance on smooth blue runs and are testing your skills on varied terrain and snow conditions including black runs
  4. Expert
    Min: You ski with controlled parallel turns, maintaining rhythm and speed control on groomed black runs
    Max: You ski with good technique on all terrain and snow conditions, using carved short radius turns

 

An example of how easy it is:

  • Measure your body heightè175cm
  • Define your ski level based on the below descriptionè Intermediate
  • Pick your favorite ski model è S/Force 11
  • Find the right ski size range for you è 175 + Intermediate x S/Force 11 = 175 + [-5,0] = [170, 175]
  • Buy your perfect ski online è S/Force 11 size 170 is your perfect ski!

 

0Ski Model 1Beginner Beginner 2IntermediateIntermediate 3Advanced Advanced 4ExpertExpert
S/RACE RUSH iGS [0,+5][0,+1.97] [0,+10][0,+3.94]
S/RACE RUSH iSL [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0]
S/RACE RUSH GS [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+5][0,+1.97]
S/RACE RUSH SL [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97]
S/RACE SHOT GS [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+5][0,+1.97]
S/RACE SHOT SL [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97]
S/RACE MT [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+5][0,+1.97]
S/RACE PRO Jr GS [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97]
S/RACE PRO JrSL [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0]
S/RACE RUSH Jr [-15,-5][-5.91, -1.97] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+5][0,+1.97]
S/RACE Jr M [-15,-10][-5.91, -3.94] [-15,-5][-5.91, -1.97] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97]
S/RACE Jr S [-15,-10][-5.91, -3.94] [-15,-5][-5.91, -1.97] [-15,-5][-5.91, -1.97]
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Alpine Ski: S/MAX

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

Choose the right ski length for you based on your height and skiing level.

  1. Beginner
    Min: You have never skied before
    Max: You can ski in a cautious wedge.
  2. Intermediate
    Min: You can make round turns with confidence on green terrain
    Max: You link turns with speed control and bring skis together parallel at the end of the turn on green and easier blue runs
  3. Advanced
    Min: You ski mostly parallel but may wedge or step to start the turns. Confident on green and blue runs.
    Max: You use a parallel stance on smooth blue runs and are testing your skills on varied terrain and snow conditions including black runs
  4. Expert
    Min: You ski with controlled parallel turns, maintaining rhythm and speed control on groomed black runs
    Max: You ski with good technique on all terrain and snow conditions, using carved short radius turns

 

An example of how easy it is:

  • Measure your body height è175cm
  • Define your ski level based on the below description è Intermediate
  • Pick your favorite ski model è S/Force 11
  • Find the right ski size range for you è 175 + Intermediate x S/Force 11 = 175 + [-5,0] = [170, 175]
  • Buy your perfect ski online è S/Force 11 size 170 is your perfect ski!
0Ski Model 1Beginner Beginner 2IntermediateIntermediate 3Advanced Advanced 4ExpertExpert
S/MAX BLAST [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+5][0,+1.97]
S/MAX 12 [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+5][0,+1.97]
S/MAX 10 [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+5][0,+1.97]
S/MAX 8 [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+5][0,+1.97]
S/MAX 6 [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+5][0,+1.97]
S/MAX 4 C [-10,-5][-3.94, - 1.97] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0]
S/MAX W BLAST [-10,-5][-3.94, - 1.97] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97]
S/MAX W 10 [-10,-5][-3.94, - 1.97] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97]
S/MAX W 8 [-10,-5][-3.94, - 1.97] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0]
S/MAX W 6 [-10,-5][-3.94, - 1.97] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0]
S/MAX W 4 [-10,-5][-3.94, - 1.97] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0]
S/MAX W 4 C [-10,-5][-3.94, - 1.97] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0]
S/MAX Jr M [-15,-10][-5.91, -3.94] [-15,-5][-5.91, -1.97] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97]
S/MAX Jr S [-15,-10][-5.91, -3.94] [-15,-5][-5.91, -1.97] [-15,-5][-5.91, -1.97]
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Alpine Ski: S/FORCE

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

Choose the right ski length for you based on your height and skiing level.

  1. Beginner
    Min: You have never skied before
    Max: You can ski in a cautious wedge.
  2. Intermediate
    Min: You can make round turns with confidence on green terrain
    Max: You link turns with speed control and bring skis together parallel at the end of the turn on green and easier blue runs
  3. Advanced
    Min: You ski mostly parallel but may wedge or step to start the turns. Confident on green and blue runs.
    Max: You use a parallel stance on smooth blue runs and are testing your skills on varied terrain and snow conditions including black runs
  4. Expert
    Min: You ski with controlled parallel turns, maintaining rhythm and speed control on groomed black runs
    Max: You ski with good technique on all terrain and snow conditions, using carved short radius turns

 

An example of how easy it is:

  • Measure your body height è175cm
  • Define your ski level based on the below description è Intermediate
  • Pick your favorite ski model è S/Force 11
  • Find the right ski size range for you è 175 + Intermediate x S/Force 11 = 175 + [-5,0] = [170, 175]
  • Buy your perfect ski online è S/Force 11 size 170 is your perfect ski!
0Ski Model 1Beginner Beginner 2IntermediateIntermediate 3Advanced Advanced 4ExpertExpert
S/FORCE BOLD [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+5][0,+1.97]
S/FORCE 11 [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+5][0,+1.97]
S/FORCE 9 [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+5][0,+1.97]
S/FORCE 7 [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+5][0,+1.97]
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Alpine Ski: QST

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

Choose the right ski length for you based on your height and skiing level.

  1. Beginner
    Min: You have never skied before
    Max: You can ski in a cautious wedge.
  2. Intermediate
    Min: You can make round turns with confidence on green terrain
    Max: You link turns with speed control and bring skis together parallel at the end of the turn on green and easier blue runs
  3. Advanced
    Min: You ski mostly parallel but may wedge or step to start the turns. Confident on green and blue runs.
    Max: You use a parallel stance on smooth blue runs and are testing your skills on varied terrain and snow conditions including black runs
  4. Expert
    Min: You ski with controlled parallel turns, maintaining rhythm and speed control on groomed black runs
    Max: You ski with good technique on all terrain and snow conditions, using carved short radius turns

 

An example of how easy it is:

  • Measure your body height è175cm
  • Define your ski level based on the below description è Intermediate
  • Pick your favorite ski model è S/Force 11
  • Find the right ski size range for you è 175 + Intermediate x S/Force 11 = 175 + [-5,0] = [170, 175]
  • Buy your perfect ski online è S/Force 11 size 170 is your perfect ski!
0Ski Model 1Beginner Beginner 2IntermediateIntermediate 3Advanced Advanced 4ExpertExpert
QST 118 [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+10][0,+3.94] [+5,+15][+1.97,+5.91] [+10,+15][+3.94,+5.91]
QST 106 [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+10][0,+3.94] [+5,+15][+1.97,+5.91] [+10,+15][+3.94,+5.91]
QST 99 [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+10][0,+3.94] [+5,+15][+1.97, +5.91]
QST 92 [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+10][0,+3.94] [+5,+15][+1.97, +5.91]
QST 85 [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+10][0,+3.94] [0,+10][0,+3.94]
QST STELLA 106 [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+10][0,+3.94] [+5,+15][+1.97, +5.91]
QST LUMEN 99 [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+10][0,+3.94] [0,+10][0,+3.94]
QST LUX 92 [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+10][0,+3.94] [0,+10][0,+3.94]
QST MYRIAD 85 [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [+5,+15][+1.97, +5.91]
QST RIPPER [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97]
QST MAX Jr M [-15,-10][-5.91, -3.94] [-15,-5][-5.91, -1.97] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97]
QST MAX Jr S [-15,-10][-5.91, -3.94] [-15,-5][-5.91, -1.97] [-15,-5][-5.91, -1.97]
QST MAX Jr XS [-15,-10][-5.91, -3.94] [-15,-10][-5.91, -3.94]
QST LUX Jr M [-15,-10][-5.91, -3.94] [-15,-5][-5.91, -1.97] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97]
QST LUX Jr S [-15,-10][-5.91, -3.94] [-15,-5][-5.91, -1.97] [-15,-5][-5.91, -1.97]
QST LUX Jr XS [-15,-10][-5.91, -3.94] [-15,-10][-5.91, -3.94]
L T1 Jr XS + C5 GW J75 [-15,-10][-5.91, -3.94] [-15,-10][-5.91, -3.94]
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Alpine Ski: NFX & TNT

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

Choose the right ski length for you based on your height and skiing level.

  1. Beginner
    Min: You have never skied before
    Max: You can ski in a cautious wedge.
  2. Intermediate
    Min: You can make round turns with confidence on green terrain
    Max: You link turns with speed control and bring skis together parallel at the end of the turn on green and easier blue runs
  3. Advanced
    Min: You ski mostly parallel but may wedge or step to start the turns. Confident on green and blue runs.
    Max: You use a parallel stance on smooth blue runs and are testing your skills on varied terrain and snow conditions including black runs
  4. Expert
    Min: You ski with controlled parallel turns, maintaining rhythm and speed control on groomed black runs
    Max: You ski with good technique on all terrain and snow conditions, using carved short radius turns

 

An example of how easy it is:

  • Measure your body height è175cm
  • Define your ski level based on the below description è Intermediate
  • Pick your favorite ski model è S/Force 11
  • Find the right ski size range for you è175 + Intermediate x S/Force 11 = 175 + [-5,0] = [170, 175]
  • Buy your perfect ski online èS/Force 11 size 170 is your perfect ski!
0Ski Model 1Beginner Beginner 2IntermediateIntermediate 3Advanced Advanced 4ExpertExpert
NFX [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [0,+10][0,+3.94]
TNT [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97]
TNT Jr [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97]
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Alpine Ski: XDR & AIRA

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

Choose the right ski length for you based on your height and skiing level.

  1. Beginner
    Min: You have never skied before
    Max: You can ski in a cautious wedge.
  2. Intermediate
    Min: You can make round turns with confidence on green terrain
    Max: You link turns with speed control and bring skis together parallel at the end of the turn on green and easier blue runs
  3. Advanced
    Min: You ski mostly parallel but may wedge or step to start the turns. Confident on green and blue runs.
    Max: You use a parallel stance on smooth blue runs and are testing your skills on varied terrain and snow conditions including black runs
  4. Expert
    Min: You ski with controlled parallel turns, maintaining rhythm and speed control on groomed black runs
    Max: You ski with good technique on all terrain and snow conditions, using carved short radius turns

 

An example of how easy it is:

  • Measure your body height è175cm
  • Define your ski level based on the below description è Intermediate
  • Pick your favorite ski model è S/Force 11
  • Find the right ski size range for you è 175 + Intermediate x S/Force 11 = 175 + [-5,0] = [170, 175]
  • Buy your perfect ski online è S/Force 11 size 170 is your perfect ski!
0Ski Model 1Beginner Beginner 2IntermediateIntermediate 3Advanced Advanced 4ExpertExpert
XDR 88 Ti [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [0,+10][0,+3.94]
XDR 84 Ti [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [0,+10][0,+3.94]
XDR 80 Ti [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [0,+10][0,+3.94]
XDR 80 ST C [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [0,+10][0,+3.94]
XDR 76 ST C [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [0,+10][0,+3.94]
AIRA 84 TI [-10,-5][-3.94,-1.97] [-10,-5][-3.94, -1.97] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [0,+5][0,+1.97]
AIRA 80 Ti [-10,-5][-3.94,-1.97] [-10,-5][-3.94, -1.97] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [0,+5][0,+1.97]
AIRA 76 CF [-10,-5][-3.94,-1.97] [-10,-5][-3.94, -1.97] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [0,+5][0,+1.97]
AIRA 76 ST [-10,-5][-3.94,-1.97] [-10,-5][-3.94, -1.97] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [0,+5][0,+1.97]
AIRA 76 ST C [-10,-5][-3.94,-1.97] [-10,-5][-3.94, -1.97] [-5,0][-1.97,0] [0,+5][0,+1.97]
PULSE [-15,-5][-5.91, -1.97] [-10,-5][-3.94, -1.97]
T1 Jr XS [-15,-10][-5.91, -3.94] [-15,-10][-15,-10]
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Alpine Ski: MTN & XALP

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

Choose the right ski length for you based on your height and skiing level.

  1. Beginner
    Min: You have never skied before
    Max: You can ski in a cautious wedge.
  2. Intermediate
    Min: You can make round turns with confidence on green terrain
    Max: You link turns with speed control and bring skis together parallel at the end of the turn on green and easier blue runs
  3. Advanced
    Min: You ski mostly parallel but may wedge or step to start the turns. Confident on green and blue runs.
    Max: You use a parallel stance on smooth blue runs and are testing your skills on varied terrain and snow conditions including black runs
  4. Expert
    Min: You ski with controlled parallel turns, maintaining rhythm and speed control on groomed black runs
    Max: You ski with good technique on all terrain and snow conditions, using carved short radius turns

 

An example of how easy it is:

  • Measure your body height è175cm
  • Define your ski level based on the below description è Intermediate
  • Pick your favorite ski model è S/Force 11
  • Find the right ski size range for you è 175 + Intermediate x S/Force 11 = 175 + [-5,0] = [170, 175]
  • Buy your perfect ski online è S/Force 11 size 170 is your perfect ski!
0Ski Model 1Beginner Beginner 2IntermediateIntermediate 3Advanced Advanced 4ExpertExpert
S/LAB X-ALP [-10,-5][-3.94, - 1.97] [-10,-5][-3.94, - 1.97] [-10,-5][-3.94, - 1.97] [-10,-5][-3.94, - 1.97]
MTN EXPLORE 95 [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97]
MTN EXPLORE 88 [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97]
MTN EXPLORE 88 W [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-10,0][-3.94,0] [-5,+5][-1.97,+1.97]
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