Skis Men's On Piste Skis Strato St 650 (Konect)
CHOOSING THE RIGHT FIT
Your choice of ski, boot design and size will always be a very personal and subjective decision. Here we have compiled some factors that should be taken into account when deciding on which ski size to choose.
Optimal ski length is determined according to (in order): weight, physical ability, skier height and type of skier (aggressive/non-aggressive). Less aggressive skiers should choose a smaller size, while more aggressive and experienced skiers may want to choose a size up.
- Measure your height: 175 cm
- Define your skiing level: experienced
- Choose your ski type: piste
- Calculate your required ski length: 175 + Experienced (piste) = 175 + [-5.0] = [170, 175] cm
|Beginner||Your height - 10 cm||Your height - 10 cm||Your height - 5 cm|
|Intermediate||Your height - 7 cm||Your height - 5 cm||Your height|
|Experienced||Your height - 5 cm||Your height||Your height|
|Expert||Your height||Your height + 5 cm||Your height + 5 cm|
|Tip dimensions (mm)||127||126||126||126|
|Waist dimensions (mm)||74||74||74||74|
|Tail dimensions (mm)||110||110||110||110|
|Ski weight (kg/pair)||NA||NA||NA||3.3|
Details of Men's On Piste Skis Strato St 650 (Konect)
|Weight||3,5 kg/pair (177)|
|Sidecuts dimensions (mm)||127-74-110|
|Rocker||On Trail Rocker|
|Core||Poplar Wood Core|
Why choose the Men's On Piste Skis Strato St 650 (Konect)
An evolution of World Cup racing innovation, Rossignol's patented new LCT construction harnesses pure power and energy, delivering fluid stability in all conditions. Featuring a central "power rail" integrated from tip-to-tail, LCT eliminates counter-flexing of the ski to ensure consistently smooth stability and dynamic control of your line.