Whether you are a beginner, an expert or a seasoned skier, you can progress at your own pace with the right skis.
To familiarise yourself with the basic movements and to make your first turns on the blue and green slopes, choose short and fairly narrow skis. They are easier to handle, have a better grip and allow you to react more quickly. Choose bindings that are flexible enough to allow you to remove your boots more easily.
Are you comfortable with turns and are you skiing on the slopes? To progress and improve your speed, opt for a slightly wider and stiffer model which offers better control in the curves. The higher you go, the stiffer the ski should be.
For those who know how to carve, i.e. to take very hard turns by leaning to the maximum, a very powerful model is necessary. The carving ski has a parabolic shape, ideal for making sharp turns while maintaining full speed. Strong emotions guaranteed.