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NOT SURE WHAT SKIER OR RIDER TYPE YOU ARE?

No big deal, we’ve spelled it out for you. Hover over the boxes to find your match.

TYPE 1

Cautious skiing at lighter release/retention settings

TYPE 1

  • Ski conservatively
  • Prefer slower speeds
  • Favor lower than average retention/release settings – this corresponds to an increased risk of inadvertent binding release in order to gain increased releasability in a fall
  • TYPE I settings apply to entry level skiers uncertain of their classification

TYPE 2

Moderate skiing at average release/retention settings

TYPE 2

  • Ski moderately
  • Prefer a variety of speeds
  • Ski on varied terrain including most difficult trails
  • TYPE II skiers are those who do not meet all the descriptions of either Type II or III

TYPE 3

Aggressive skiing at higher release/retention settings

TYPE 3

  • Ski Aggressively
  • Normally ski at high speeds
  • Prefer steeper and more challenging terrain
  • This corresponds to
    decreased release ability
    in a fall in order to gain a
    decreased risk of inadvertent binding release

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