5' | 140-160
5'2" | 145-165
5'4" | 150-170
5'6" | 155-175
5'8" | 160-180
5'10" | 165-185
6' | 170-190
6'2" + | 175-190 +
Quiver Slots and Intended Use
Tip rocker refers to the amount of ski tip that rises off of the snow. This helps with turn initiation and floatation in soft and/or variable snow. With tip rocker, skiers are able maintain a forward stance on the ski without having the tip dive or catch in the snow. Tail rocker works on the same principle as tip rocker, offering ease in turn initiation and release at the end of your turn. Rockered skis pivot more easily and help maintain a controlled position while in deep or variable snow. The more rocker a ski has, the less edge is in contact with the ground, meaning the ski will feel shorter in firmer conditions and maintain less of an effective edge.
Camber refers to the arc underneath your ski when you lay your skis flat on the snow. When the ski is weighted with a skier, the arc disappears distributing energy along the length of the ski. A ski's "pop" is generated by the loading and unloading of the camber through a turn. As a result, the more camber a ski has the more energy potential there is for turning. Cambered skis will be more lively and powerful while turning, maintain a longer effective edge and control.
1. Find your ski length from your height and weight
2. Choose your quiver slot by deciding what skiing you want to do
3. Refine your ski search by fine tuning your desired ski geometry
Bringing it All Together
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