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Sizing guide

Nordic Ski : Touring Escape

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

"Nordic hiking" skis are designed to make skiing as easy as possible while providing maximum stability and control.

  • CHOOSING THE SIZE OF YOUR SKIS

The most important thing to think about is your weight.

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:
ESCAPE 6 Skin XS PM PLK ACC Cl    L409078PM+
ESCAPE 6 Skin PM PLK ACC Cl    L409077PM+

Order size 1Your bodyweight
180 40 - 55kg
188 50 - 65kg
196 60 - 75kg
201 70 - 85kg
206 80 - 95kg
206 X-STIFF 90 - 110kg
Measure in:

Nordic Ski : Touring Snowscape

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

"Nordic hiking" skis are designed to make skiing as easy as possible while providing maximum stability and control.

  • CHOOSING THE SIZE OF YOUR SKIS

The most important thing to think about is your weight.

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:
SNOWSCAPE 9 SKIN + PSP    L40902000+
SNOWSCAPE 7 PM PLK AUTO    L409351PM+
SNOWSCAPE 7 VITANE PM PLK AUTO    L409352PM+
SNOWSCAPE 7    L40884300+
SNOWSCAP7 POSIGRIP PM PLK AUTO    L409696PM+

Order size 1Your bodyweight
S 40 - 50kg
M 50 - 65kg
L 65 - 80kg
XL 75 - 90kg
XXL 90 - 110kg
Measure in:

Nordic Ski : Touring

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

"Nordic hiking" skis are designed to make skiing as easy as possible while providing maximum stability and control.

  • CHOOSING THE SIZE OF YOUR SKIS

The most important thing to think about is your weight.

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:
SET AERO 9 eSKIN X-Stiff+ PLK SHIFT PRO    L41347100+
SET AERO 9 eSKIN + PLK SHIFT PRO    L41347200+
AERO 7 eSKIN XS PM PLK ACCESS    L412129PM+
AERO 7 eSKIN PM PLK ACCESS    L412131PM+
ESCAPE 6 GRIP    L40884000+
ESCAPE 6 VITANE GRIP    L40883800+
ESCAPE 5 GRIP PM PLK ACCESS CL    L409349PM+

Order size 1Your bodyweight
170 40 - 55kg
182 50 - 65kg
190 60 - 75kg
198 70 - 85kg
206 80 - 95kg
206 X-STIFF 90 - 110kg
Measure in:

Nordic Ski : Endurance Skate RS8

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.

For example: I weigh 75 kg, I ski regularly and am looking to improve: I'll go for the 192 cm ski.

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

Articles:
RS 8 EXTRA STIFF    L40558400+
RS 8    L40558300+

Order size 1Your bodyweight
174 40 - 55kg
179 50 - 65kg
186 60 - 75kg
191 70 - 90kg
191 X-STIFF 85 - 100kg
Measure in:

Nordic Ski : Endurance Skate RS7

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.

For example: I weigh 75 kg, I ski regularly and am looking to improve: I'll go for the 192 cm ski.

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

Articles : 
RS 7 PM PLK ACCESS SK    L409353PM+

Order size 1Your bodyweight
161 40 - 55kg
171 50 - 65kg
181 60 - 75kg
186 70 - 90kg
191 85 - 100kg
Measure in:

Nordic Ski : Endurance Skate RS 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.

For example: I weigh 75 kg, I ski regularly and am looking to improve: I'll go for the 192 cm ski.

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

Articles:
RS SKATE X-Stiff    L39941300+
RS SKATE    L39941200+

Order size 1Your bodyweight
170 35 - 50kg
177 45 - 60kg
182 50 - 70kg
187 60 - 80kg
192 70 - 90kg
192 X-STIFF 90 - 110kg
Measure in:

Nordic Ski : Endurance Combi

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

  • 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.

For example: I'm 178 cm tall, I weigh 75 kg, I ski regularly and am looking to improve: I'll go for the soft version 206 cm ski.

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

Articles:
R 6 COMBI L40667900+

Order size 1Your bodyweight
180 40 - 60kg
188 55 - 70kg
196 60 - 75kg
201 70 - 90kg
Measure in:

Nordic Ski : Endurance Skin

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

  • 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.

For example: I'm 178 cm tall, I weigh 75 kg, I ski regularly and am looking to improve: I'll go for the soft version 206 cm ski.

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

Articles:
RC 8 eSKIN X-Hard+ PS PRO    L41346800+
RC 8 eSKIN Hard + PS PRO    L41346900+
RC 8 eSKIN Med+ PS PRO    L41347000+

Order size 1Your height 2Your bodyweight
188 MED 150 - 166cm 55 - 65kg
188 HARD 150 - 166cm 65 - 75kg
196 MED 166 - 173cm 55 - 65kg
196 HARD 166 - 173cm 65 - 75kg
201 MED 173 - 178cm 75 - 85kg
201 HARD 173 - 178cm 85 - 95kg
206 MED 178 - 210cm 80 - 90kg
206 HARD 178 - 210cm 90 - 100kg
206 X-HARD 178 - 210cm 100 - 120kg
Measure in:

Nordic Ski : Racing Skin

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

  • 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.

For example: I'm 178 cm tall, I weigh 75 kg, I ski regularly and am looking to improve: I'll go for the soft version 206 cm ski.

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

Articles : 
S/LAB CARBON eSkinXH+PS Race    L41345500+
S/LAB CARBON eSKIN H+PS Race    L41345600+
S/LAB CARBON eSKIN M+PS Race    L41345700+
S/LAB CARBON eSKIN S+PS Race    L41345800+
S/RACE eSKIN X-Hard + PS RACE    L41346000+
S/RACE eSKIN Hard + PS RACE    L41346100+
S/RACE eSKIN Med + PS RACE    L41346200+
S/RACE eSKIN Soft + PS RACE    L41346300+
RC10 eSKIN X-Hard+ PS PRO    L41346400+
RC10 eSKIN Hard+ PS PRO    L41346500+
RC10 eSKIN Med+ PS PRO    L41346600+
RC10 eSKIN Soft+ PS PRO    L41346700+
 

Order size 1Your height 2Your bodyweight
188 SOFT 150 - 166cm 40 - 55kg
188 MED 150 - 166cm 55 - 65kg
188 HARD 150 - 166cm 65 - 75kg
196 SOFT 166 - 173cm 45 - 55kg
196 MED 166 - 173cm 55 - 65kg
196 HARD 166 - 173cm 65 - 75kg
201 SOFT 173 - 178cm 65 - 75kg
201 MED 173 - 178cm 75 - 85kg
201 HARD 173 - 178cm 85 - 95kg
206 SOFT 178 - 210cm 70 - 80kg
206 MED 178 - 210cm 80 - 90kg
206 HARD 178 - 210cm 90 - 100kg
206 X-HARD 178 - 210cm 100 - 120kg
Measure in:

Nordic Ski : Racing Classic

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

  • 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.

For example: I'm 178 cm tall, I weigh 75 kg, I ski regularly and am looking to improve: I'll go for the soft version 206 cm ski.

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

Articles:

S/LAB CARBON CLASSIC Hard    L40885700+
S/LAB CARBON CLASSIC Med    L40886600+
S/LAB CARBON CLASSIC Soft    L40886500+
S/LAB CARBON CLASSIC RED Med    L40886300+
S/LAB CARBON CLASSIC RED Soft    L40886000+
S/LAB CARBON CLASSIC BLUE Med    L40886100+
S/LAB CARBON CLASSIC BLUE Soft    L40886200+
S/LAB CARBON CLASSIC ZERO Med    L40885900+
S/LAB CARBON CLASSIC ZERO Soft    L40885800+
S/RACE CLASSIC Hard    L41186800+
S/RACE CLASSIC Med    L41186900+
S/RACE CLASSIC Soft    L41187000+

Order size 1Your height 2Your bodyweight
188 SOFT 150 - 166cm 40 - 55kg
188 MED 150 - 166cm 55 - 65kg
196 SOFT 166 - 173cm 45 - 55kg
196 MED 166 - 173cm 55 - 65kg
201 SOFT 173 - 178cm 65 - 75kg
201 MED 173 - 178cm 75 - 85kg
206 SOFT 178 - 210cm 70 - 80kg
206 MED 178 - 210cm 80 - 90kg
206 HARD 178 - 210cm 90 - 100kg
Measure in:

Nordic ski: racing 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.

For example: I weigh 75 kg, I ski regularly and am looking to improve: I'll go for the 192 cm ski.

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

Related articles :

S/LAB CARBON SKATE BLUE - L40888100+
S/LAB CARBON SKATE X-Stiff - L40888400+
S/LAB CARBON SKATE - L40888200+
S/LAB CARBON SKATE RED - L40888500+
S/RACE CARBON SKATE X-Stiff - L40888300+
S/RACE CARBON SKATE - L40888600+
S/RACE CARBON SKATE BLUE - L40888900+
S/MAX CARBON SKATE X-stiff - L40888700+
S/MAX CARBON SKATE - L40888800+

Order size 1Your bodyweight
170 35 - 50kg
177 45 - 60kg
182 50 - 70kg
187 60 - 80kg
192 70 - 90kg
192 X-STIFF 90 - 110kg
Measure in:

Men's Footwear

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Men footwear
  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 JP
4M 21,58,5 3.5 36 22
4.5 M 228,7 4 36 2/3 22,5
5 M 22,58,9 4.5 37 1/3 23
5.5 M 239,1 5 38 23,5
6 M 23,59,3 5.5 38 2/3 24
6.5 M 249,4 6 39 1/3 24,5
7 M 24,59,6 6.5 40 25
7.5 M 259,8 7 40 2/3 25,5
8 M 25,510 7.5 41 1/3 26
8.5 M 2610,2 8 42 26,5
9 M 26,510,4 8.5 42 2/3 27
9.5 M 2710,6 9 43 1/3 27,5
10 M 27,510,8 9.5 44 28
10.5 M 2811 10 44 2/3 28,5
11 M 28,511,2 10.5 45 1/3 29
11.5 M 2911,4 11 46 29,5
12 M 29,511,6 11.5 46 2/3 30
12.5 M 3011,8 12 47 1/3 30,5
13 M 30,512 12.5 48 31
13.5 M 3112,2 13 48 2/3 31,5
14 M 31,512,4 13.5 49 1/3 32
14.5 M 3212,6 14 50 32,5
15 M 32,512,8 14.5 50 2/3 33
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Men's Shirts & Tops

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

  1. Chest: Measure around the chest horizontally at the widest point
  2. Waist: Measure around the narrowest part of your waist
  3. Hip: Measure around the widest point
  4. Sleeve length: Measure from middle back to wrist ?(upper side of the sleeve)
Order size 1CHEST (CM)CHEST (INCH) 2WAIST (CM)WAIST (INCH) 3HIP (CM)HIP (INCH) 4SLEEVE LENGTH (CM)SLEEVE LENGTH (INCH)
XS 85-9133-36 71-7728-30 84-9033-35 81.532,1
S 91-9736-38 77-8330-33 90-9635-38 83.532,9
M 97-10338-41 83-8933-35 96-10238-40 85.533,7
L 103-10941-43 89-9535-37 102-10840-43 87.534,4
XL 110-11843-46 96-10438-41 109-11743-46 90.535,6
XXL 118-12646-50 104-11241-44 117-12546-49 93.536,8
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Men's Shorts & Pants

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

  1. Waist: Measure around the narrowest part of your waist
  2. Hip: Measure around the widest point
  3. Inseam pant: Measure from the top of your leg to the end of your leg (inside of the leg)
Order size 1WAIST (CM)WAIST (INCH) 2HIP (CM)HIP (INCH) 3INSEAM PANT (CM)INSEAM PANT (INCH) Germany/Italy France/Spain UK/US/Canada
XS 71-7728-30 84-9033-35 7931 40/42 32/34 24/26
S 77-8330-33 90-9635-38 80,532 44/46 36/38 28/30
M 83-8933-35 96-10238-40 8232 48/50 40/42 32/34
L 89-9535-37 102-10840-43 83,533 52/54 44/46 36/38
XL 96-10438-41 109-11743-46 8533 56/58 48/50 40/42
XXL 104-11241-44 117-12546-49 86,534 60 52 44
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Men's Wayfarer Pants

Wayfarer pants are available in multiple lengths. Regular length is designed to fit a 180 cm adult . There is a 5 cm difference in inseam length between short/reg/long.

  1. Waist: Measure around the narrowest part of your waist
  2. Hip: Measure around the widest point
  3. Inseam pant: From a standing position, measure from your crotch down the inside leg to the floor
Order size 1WAIST 2HIP 3INSEAM France/SPAIN GERMNAY/ITALY
30/L 80-83 93-96 87 38/L 46/L
30/R 80-83 93-96 82 38/R 46/R
30/S 80-83 93-96 77 38/S 46/S
32/L 83-86 96-99 87 40/L 48/L
32/R 83-86 96-99 82 40/R 48/R
32/S 83-86 96-99 77 40/S 48/S
34/L 86-89 99-102 87 42/L 50/L
34/R 86-89 99-102 82 42/R 50/R
34/S 86-89 99-102 77 42/S 50/S
36/L 89-92 102-105 87 44/L 52/L
36/R 89-92 102-105 82 44/R 52/R
36/S 89-92 102-105 77 44/S 52/S
38/L 92-95 105-108 87 46/L 54/L
38/R 92-95 105-108 82 46/R 54/R
38/S 92-95 105-108 77 46/S 54/S
40/L 96-100 109-113 87 48/L 56/L
40/R 96-100 109-113 82 48/R 56/R
40/S 96-100 109-113 77 48/S 56/S
42/L 100-104 113-117 87 50/L 58/L
42/R 100-104 113-117 82 50/R 58/R
42/S 100-104 113-117 77 50/S 58/S
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Men's Wayfarer Pants

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

  1. Waist: Measure around the narrowest part of your waist
  2. Hip: Measure around the widest point
  3. Inseam pant: From a standing position, measure from your crotch down the inside leg to the floor
Order size 1WAIST 2HIP 3INSEAM France/Spain GERMANY/ITALY
30 80-83 93-96 80 38 46
32 83-86 96-99 81 40 48
34 86-89 99-102 82 42 50
36 89-92 102-105 83 44 52
38 92-95 105-108 84 46 54
40 96-100 109-113 85 48 56
42 100-104 113-117 86 50 58
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Men's Exo Tops

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

  1. Chest: Measure around the chest horizontally at the widest point
Order size 1CHEST (CM)CHEST (INCH)
XS 86-9134-36
S 91-9736-38
M 97-10338-41
L 103-10941-43
XL 109-11843-46
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Men's Exo Tights

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

  1. Thigh: Measure around the widest point of your thigh
Order size 1THIGH (CM)THIGH (INCH)
XS 48-5219-20
S 53-5621-22
M 57-5922-23
L 60-6324-25
XL 64-6725-26
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Men's Gloves

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

  1. Hand Length: Measure from the tip of your middle finger to the base of your palm
  2. Hand Width: Measure your palm from one side to the other at the widest part
  3. Wrist Circumference: Measure around the widest point of your wrist
Order size 1HAND LENGTH (CM)HAND LENGTH (INCH) 2HAND WIDTH (CM)HAND WIDTH (INCH) 3WRIST CIRCUMFERENCE (CM)WRIST CIRCUMFERENCE (INCH)
S 16,46,5 8,13,2 15,76,2
M 17,26,8 8,53,3 16,76,6
L 18,27,2 8,93,5 17,77
XL 19,17,5 9,33,7 19,27,6
XXL 20,17,9 9,73,8 20,78,1
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Men's Hats & Caps

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  1. Head: Measure the circumference of your head at the widest point
Order size 1HEAD (CM)HEAD (INCH)
S/M 5421.3
M/L 56.522.2
L/XL 5923.2
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Men's Bags & Packs

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

  1. Chest: Measure around the chest horizontally at the widest point
Order size 1CHEST (CM)CHEST (INCH)
XXS 69-8627-34
XS/S 86-9834-39
M/L 98-10939-43
XL 109-12543-49
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Men’s OUT Bags

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size (OUT Day / OUT Night / OUT Week)

  1. Chest: Measure around the chest horizontally at the widest point
  2. Back?: Measure your back vertically
Order size 1Back Length (CM)Back Length (INCH) 2Chest (CM)Chest (INCH)
S/M 43-4917-19,5 86-9834-39
M/L 48-5419-21,5 99-10939-43
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Men's Advanced Skin Packs

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  1. Chest: Measure around the chest horizontally at the widest point
Order size 1CHEST (CM)CHEST (INCH)
XS 81,5-8932-35
S 88,5-9634,5-38
M 95,5-102,537,5-40
L 101,5-108,539,5-42,5
XL 108-11542-45
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Men's S/Lab Sense Packs

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  1. Chest: Measure around the widest point
Order size 1CHEST (CM)CHEST (INCH)
XS 84-8933-35
S 88,5-9634,5-37,5
M 95,5-102,537,5-40
L 101,5-108,539,5-42,5
XL 108-11542-45
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Men's Pulse Belt

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  1. Hip: Measure around the widest point
Order size 1WAIST DIAMETER (CM)WAIST DIAMETER (INCH)
XS 64-7225-28.5
S 72-8028.5-31.5
M 80-8831.5-34.5
L 88-9634.5-38
XL 96-10538-41.5
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Men's S/LAB Modular Belt

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  1. Hip: Measure around the widest point
Order size 1WAIST DIAMETER (CM)WAIST DIAMETER (INCH)
1 74-8029-31
2 80-8631-34
3 86-9234-36
4 92-9836-39
5 98-10639-42
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Men'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)
XS 163-16864-66 40-42,615,7-16,8
S 168-17366-68 42,7-4516,8-17,7
M 173-17868-70 45,1-4817,8-18,9
L 178-18370-72 48,1-5118,9-20,1
XL 183-18872-74 51,1-5320,1-20,9
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Unisex Footwear

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

  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 US - Women JP
4M 21,58,5 3.5 36 5 W 22
4.5 M 228,7 4 36 2/3 5.5 W 22,5
5 M 22,58,9 4.5 37 1/3 6 W 23
5.5 M 239,1 5 38 6.5 W 23,5
6 M 23,59,3 5.5 38 2/3 7 W 24
6.5 M 249,4 6 39 1/3 7.5 W 24,5
7 M 24,59,6 6.5 40 8 W 25
7.5 M 259,8 7 40 2/3 8.5 W 25,5
8 M 25,510 7.5 41 1/3 9 W 26
8.5 M 2610,2 8 42 9.5 W 26,5
9 M 26,510,4 8.5 42 2/3 10 W 27
9.5 M 2710,6 9 43 1/3 10.5 W 27,5
10 M 27,510,8 9.5 44 11 W 28
10.5 M 2811 10 44 2/3 11.5 W 28,5
11 M 28,511,2 10.5 45 1/3 12 W 29
11.5 M 2911,4 11 46 12.5 W 29,5
12 M 29,511,6 11.5 46 2/3 13 W 30
12.5 M 3011,8 12 47 1/3 13.5 W 30,5
13 M 30,512 12.5 48 14 W 31
13.5 M 3112,2 13 48 2/3 14.5 W 31,5
14 M 31,512,4 13.5 49 1/3 15 W 32
14.5 M 3212,6 14 50 15.5 W 32,5
15 M 32,512,8 14.5 50 2/3 16 W 33
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Unisex Socks

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Unisex Socks
  1. Place a sheet of paper on the floor and against a wall.
  2. Stand on the sheet of paper with your foot perpendicular to the wall and your heel against the wall.
  3. 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.
  4. Then use a ruler to 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 US - Men US - Women
S 21,5 - 238,5 - 9,1 3 1/2 - 5 36 - 38 - 5 - 7
M 23,5 - 25,59,3 - 10 5 1/2 - 7 39 - 41 6 - 8 8 - 10
L 26 - 2810,2 - 11 7 1/2 - 10 42 - 44 8 1/2 - 11 -
XL 28,5 - 3011,2 - 11,8 10 1/2 - 12 45 -47 11 1/2 - 14 -
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Men's S/RACE Helmets

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  1. Head: Measure the circumference of your head at the widest point
Order size 1HEAD (CM)HEAD (INCH)
XXS 52-5320,5-20,9
XS 53.5-54.521,1-21,5
S 55-5621,7-22
M 56.5-57.522,2-22,6
L 58-5922,8-23,2
XL 59.5-60.523,4-23,8
XXL 61-6224-24,4
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Men's Helmets

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size (Driver / Ranger2 / Cruiser2 /Sight / Quest/ QST Charge/Quest Access / Brigade / MTN Lab / S Race SL)

  1. Head: Measure the circumference of your head at the widest point
Order size 1HEAD (CM)HEAD (INCH)
S 53-5621-22
M 56-5922-23
L 59-6223-24
XL 62-6424-25
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Men's S/PRO Ski Boots

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

Men 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)
24 - 24,5 240 - 249mm 38 - 39 5 - 5,5 6,5 - 7 284
25 - 25,5 250 - 259mm 39 2/3 - 40 1/3 6 - 6,5 7,5 - 8 294
26 - 26,5 260 - 269mm 41 - 42 7,5 - 8 9 - 9,5 304
27 - 27,5 270 - 279mm 42 2/3 - 43 1/3 8,5 - 9 10 - 10,5 314
28 - 28,5 280 - 289mm 44 - 45 9,5 - 10 11 - 11,5 324
29 - 29,5 290 - 299mm 45 2/3 - 46 1/3 11 - 115 12,5 - 13 334
30 - 30,5 300 - 309mm 47 - 48 12 - 12,5 13,5 - 14 344
31 - 31,5 310 - 319mm 48 2/3 - 49 13 - 14 15,5 - 15,5 354
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Men's S/MAX Ski Boots

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

Men 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)
23 - 23,5 230 - 239mm 36 2/3 - 37 4 - 4,5 5,5 - 6 275
24 - 24,5 240 - 249mm 38 - 39 5 - 5,5 6,5 - 7 284
25 - 25,5 250 - 259mm 39 2/3 - 40 1/3 6 - 6,5 7,5 - 8 294
26 - 26,5 260 - 269mm 41 - 42 7,5 - 8 9 - 9,5 304
27 - 27,5 270 - 279mm 42 2/3 - 43 1/3 8,5 - 9 10 - 10,5 314
28 - 28,5 280 - 289mm 44 - 45 9,5 - 10 11 - 11,5 324
29 - 29,5 290 - 299mm 44 - 45 9,5 - 10 11 - 11,5 334
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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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Men's X PRO Ski Boots

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

Men 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)
24 - 24,5 240 - 249mm 38 - 39 5 - 5,5 6,5 - 7 286
25 - 25,5 250 - 259mm 39 2/3 - 40 1/3 6 - 6,5 7,5 - 8 296
26 - 26,5 260 - 269mm 41 - 42 7,5 - 8 9 - 9,5 306
27 - 27,5 270 - 279mm 42 2/3 - 43 1/3 8,5 - 9 10 - 10,5 316
28 - 28,5 280 - 289mm 44 - 45 9,5 - 10 11 - 11,5 326
29 - 29,5 290 - 299mm 45 2/3 - 46 1/3 11 - 115 12,5 - 13 336
30 - 30,5 300 - 309mm 47 - 48 12 - 12,5 13,5 - 14 356
31 - 31,5 310 - 319mm 48 2/3 - 49 13 - 14 15,5 - 15,5 356
32 - 32,5 320 - 329mm 50 - 51 14,5 - 15 16 - 16,5 376
33 - 33,5 330 - 339mm 51 2/3 – 52 1/3? 15,5 -16? 17 – 17,5? 376
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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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Men's X ACCESS Ski Boots

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

Men 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)
25 - 25,5 250 - 259mm 39 2/3 - 40 1/3 6 - 6,5 7,5 - 8 296
26 - 26,5 260 - 269mm 41 - 42 7,5 - 8 9 - 9,5 306
27 - 27,5 270 - 279mm 42 2/3 - 43 1/3 8,5 - 9 10 - 10,5 316
28 - 28,5 280 - 289mm 44 - 45 9,5 - 10 11 - 11,5 326
29 - 29,5 290 - 299mm 45 2/3 - 46 1/3 11 - 115 12,5 - 13 336
30 - 30,5 300 - 309mm 47 - 48 12 - 12,5 13,5 - 14 356
31 - 31,5 310 - 319mm 48 2/3 - 49 13 - 14 15,5 - 15,5 356
Measure in:

Men's X ACCESS WIDE Ski Boots

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

Men 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)
25 - 25,5 250 - 259mm 39 2/3 - 40 1/3 6 - 6,5 7,5 - 8 296
26 - 26,5 260 - 269mm 41 - 42 7,5 - 8 9 - 9,5 306
27 - 27,5 270 - 279mm 42 2/3 - 43 1/3 8,5 - 9 10 - 10,5 316
28 - 28,5 280 - 289mm 44 - 45 9,5 - 10 11 - 11,5 326
29 - 29,5 290 - 299mm 45 2/3 - 46 1/3 11 - 115 12,5 - 13 336
30 - 30,5 300 - 309mm 47 - 48 12 - 12,5 13,5 - 14 356
31 - 31,5 310 - 319mm 48 2/3 - 49 13 - 14 15,5 - 15,5 356
Measure in:

Men's QST PRO Ski Boots

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

Men 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)
25 - 25,5 250 - 259mm 39 2/3 - 40 1/3 6 - 6,5 7,5 - 8 295
26 - 26,5 260 - 269mm 41 - 42 7,5 - 8 9 - 9,5 305
27 - 27,5 270 - 279mm 42 2/3 - 43 1/3 8,5 - 9 10 - 10,5 315
28 - 28,5 280 - 289mm 44 - 45 9,5 - 10 11 - 11,5 325
29 - 29,5 290 - 299mm 45 2/3 - 46 1/3 11 - 115 12,5 - 13 335
30 - 30,5 300 - 309mm 47 - 48 12 - 12,5 13,5 - 14 355
31 - 31,5 310 - 319mm 48 2/3 - 49 13 - 14 15,5 - 15,5 355
Measure in:

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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Men's QST ACCESS Ski Boots

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

Men 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)
25 - 25,5 250 - 259mm 39 2/3 - 40 1/3 6 - 6,5 7,5 - 8 298
26 - 26,5 260 - 269mm 41 - 42 7,5 - 8 9 - 9,5 308
27 - 27,5 270 - 279mm 42 2/3 - 43 1/3 8,5 - 9 10 - 10,5 318
28 - 28,5 280 - 289mm 44 - 45 9,5 - 10 11 - 11,5 328
29 - 29,5 290 - 299mm 45 2/3 - 46 1/3 11 - 115 12,5 - 13 338
30 - 30,5 300 - 309mm 47 - 48 12 - 12,5 13,5 - 14 358
31 - 31,5 310 - 319mm 48 2/3 - 49 13 - 14 15,5 - 15,5 358
Measure in:

Men's MTN Ski Boots

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

Men 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)
24 - 24,5 240 - 249mm 38 - 39 5 - 5,5 6,5 - 7 281
25 - 25,5 250 - 259mm 39 2/3 - 40 1/3 6 - 6,5 7,5 - 8 291
26 - 26,5 260 - 269mm 41 - 42 7,5 - 8 9 - 9,5 301
27 - 27,5 270 - 279mm 42 2/3 - 43 1/3 8,5 - 9 10 - 10,5 311
28 - 28,5 280 - 289mm 44 - 45 9,5 - 10 11 - 11,5 321
29 - 29,5 290 - 299mm 45 2/3 - 46 1/3 11 - 115 12,5 - 13 331
Measure in:

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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Men's Snowboard Boots

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

  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
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
8M 7 40,5 26
8,5M 7,5 41,5 26,5
9M 8 42 27
9,5M 8,5 42,5 27,5
10M 9 43 28
10,5M 9,5 43,5 28,5
11M 10 44 29
11,5M 10,5 44,5 29,5
12M 11 45,5 30
12,5M 11,5 46 30,5
13M 12 46,5 31
13,5M 12,5 47 31,5
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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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Unisex S/RACE Ski Boots

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

Unisex 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)
22 - 22,5 220 - 229mm 35 - 36 2,5 - 3 4 - 4,5 265
23 - 23,5 230 - 239mm 36 2/3 - 37 4 - 4,5 5,5 - 6 275
24 - 24,5 240 - 249mm 38 - 39 5 - 5,5 6,5 - 7 285
25 - 25,5 250 - 259mm 39 2/3 - 40 1/3 6 - 6,5 7,5 - 8 295
26 - 26,5 260 - 269mm 41 - 42 7,5 - 8 9 - 9,5 305
27 - 27,5 270 - 279mm 42 2/3 - 43 1/3 8,5 - 9 10 - 10,5 315
28 - 28,5 280 - 289mm 44 - 45 9,5 - 10 11 - 11,5 325
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Unisex S/MAX RACE Ski Boots

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

  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)
24 - 24,5 240 - 249mm 38 - 39 5 - 5,5 6,5 - 7 274
25 - 25,5 250 - 259mm 39 2/3 - 40 1/3 6 - 6,5 7,5 - 8 284
26 - 26,5 260 - 269mm 41 - 42 7,5 - 8 9 - 9,5 294
27 - 27,5 270 - 279mm 42 2/3 - 43 1/3 8,5 - 9 10 - 10,5 304
28 - 28,5 280 - 289mm 44 - 45 9,5 - 10 11 - 11,5 314
29 - 29,5 290 - 299mm 45 2/3 - 46 1/3 11 - 115 12,5 - 13 324
30 - 30,5 300 - 309mm 47 - 48 12 - 12,5 13,5 - 14 334
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Unisex X-ALP Ski Boots

Calculate your own measurements, then select your product size

Unisex 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)
24 - 24,5 240 - 249mm 38 - 39 5 - 5,5 6,5 - 7 281
25 - 25,5 250 - 259mm 39 2/3 - 40 1/3 6 - 6,5 7,5 - 8 291
26 - 26,5 260 - 269mm 41 - 42 7,5 - 8 9 - 9,5 301
27 - 27,5 270 - 279mm 42 2/3 - 43 1/3 8,5 - 9 10 - 10,5 311
28 - 28,5 280 - 289mm 44 - 45 9,5 - 10 11 - 11,5 321
29 - 29,5 290 - 299mm 45 2/3 - 46 1/3 11 - 115 12,5 - 13 331
30 - 30,5 300 - 309mm 47 - 48 12 - 12,5 13,5 - 14 315
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