Let's Start With The Basics:
Choose the areas that represent where you typically ski.
The location of where you'll most frequently use your skis tells us about typical snow quality which helps us fine tune geometry, rocker and ski materials.
When would you use these skis?
The days you'll use the skis influences your flex pattern, ski width, construction, and binding recommendation.
Where do you prefer to ski?
Your terrain preferences help us optimize the length, width, sidecut radius, and materials of your perfect ski.
What's more important – stability or weight?
What resonates more with your skiing style — skis that are very stable at speed and power through hard and broken snow or skis that are light on your feet and nimble that turn quickly in tight terrain such as trees and bumps? We can make your skis both stable and lightweight. We will dial in your happy balance which influences your optimal ski materials.
What Bindings Will You Use?
Ski geometries and binding locations differ by weight, age and gender.
Now we would like to hear what you're looking for. Do you have a graphic in mind? What should your ski designer know about you? Do you have specific ideas about your dream skis?