Boots are sized in Mondo sizing. Here is a sizing chart for your convenience. In general, beginners want a boot that directly corresponds to their street shoe size. Intermediates should go a half size smaller. Experts should go a full size smaller.
The Supershape Team adjustable pole grows with junior skiers. It ca be adjusted between 85 and 110 cm and then locked securely into place with HEAD's Expander Locking System. Made from light yet durable aluminum, the Supershape Team can stand up to hard skiing. The star tip offers grip for catwalks and hard snow.
Keep your younger skier or rider stoked on the mountain with the Smith Glide Jr. MIPS helmet and Gambler goggle combination. Designed specifically for juniors needing a medium fit, the combo brings together Smith’s lightest junior helmet with goggles designed for a comfy, distraction-free fit. Together, kids get a comfortable setup that keeps them focused on the fun.
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The RTM 8.0 is ready to take intermediate skiers to the next level. A solid flex from the dual wood core along with Volkl's knack for making aggressive skis means this plank lays trenches in corduroy. The ski's subtle tip and tail rocker helps with quick turn initiation and performance when you venture off the frontside of the mountain. The durable cap construction will ensure this ski survives many seasons of high speed carving and front side domination.
Please Note: The skis you receive may not be the exact skis photographed but they have a very similar 7/10 condition rating.
Kids grow fast. Sometimes, so fast it feels like your kids wake up in completely different shapes and sizes. That makes buying ski boots particularly challenging – hard plastic is not accommodating for growing (and sensitive) feet. But you aren’t stuck dealing with rentals for years, the Roxa Chameleon kid’s ski boot provides little ones lasting comfort for years.The (aptly named) Chameleon offers a size range of four shell sizes in just one boot, ensuring you can give your little rippers a little more space if they need it as their feet grow. The adjustment is quick, and easily done at home. No need to burn money to get your kids boots they’ll grow out of overnight. To top it off, a two-buckle system and Cabrio design is easy to use and even easier to get in and out of. We’ll do anything to make our little rippers get stoked on skiing, and easy breezy boots are a surefire way to do that.
Measured in millimeters, the volume refers to the last, or width, of the boot. Narrower boots are best for expert, aggressive skiers, who care more about performance than comfort. Foot width factors in as well, with narrow-footed skiers prefering boots with narrower lasts. Keep in mind that in general, the narrower the boot the less comfortable it will be.
The higher the number, the stiffer the boot. Skiers lighter in weight and beginner to intermediate skiers tend to prefer a boot with a softer flex. Conversely, heavier and more aggressive skiers are more likely to prefer a stiffer boot.
"Tech Fittings" are metal inserts in the toe and heel of a boot that allow it to lock into tech bindings. Tech bindings, also commonly called AT or pin bindings, are designed for uphill access and ski touring and require that your boot has "tech fittings" to be compatible.
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