Made for Our team, parents of little skiers, have developed these skis to support children's progress. Ideal to learn new turns. The sidecut and distribution of flexibility make this ski perfect for helping young skiers progress quickly.
PU-injected skis, for more lightness and easier progression.
The Tyrolia SRM 4.5 binding Din 0.75 to 4.5. fits A (adult) or C (child) type boots. Quick adjustment of the length of the sole with a single click on the heel so that the ski can mirror the different boot sizes. Very easy to carry out, we recommend that you have this done in our workshop. Skis 97cm / 107cm => boots between 200mm and 260mm. Skis in 117cm => boots between 220 mm and 270 mm.
Plastic tip end and reinforced topsheet. White colour for increased scratch resistance.
Waxed and sharpened skis, ready to use. Blade sharpened to 89°.
What is a camber?
When placing a ski on the ground, its points of contact are found near the spatula and heel, whereas the middle of the ski (under the bindings) is slightly raised (this is the camber). The longer and higher the camber, the more attacking and responsive the ski. The lower, the more tolerant and manageable it is.
What is a rocker?
On a "rocker" ski, the spatula, and sometimes the heel, comes off the ground much sooner than with a cambered ski: this has the effect of moving the contact points toward the centre of the ski. The surface of the ski in contact with the snow is shortened and offers manoeuvrability and lift in soft snow. When taking corners, the edge length provides more grip on hard snow. The longer the rocker, the better the handling of the ski. The shorter, the more attacking the ski.