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Atomic Size Chart

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Foot Segmentation

There is no such thing as an ‘All Mountain’ or ‘Touring’ footshape – different people have different footshapes. So we’re making sure you’ll always have the choice of a narrow, medium or wide fit, whether you’re looking for a boot for racing, freeski, touring or whatever.

 

Boot Size Chart

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Boot Size Chart Junior

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Ski Size Chart

HOW TO DETERMINE YOUR CORRECT SKI LENGTH
When choosing your right ski length there are a couple of factors you need to take into consideration. The most important ones are your height, your weight, your ability level and your personal preference.  

The basic rule is to pick a ski length that is somewhere between your chin and the top of your head (or in some cases slightly longer than head height). A shorter length will usually make the ski more nimble, which leads to quicker turns and more maneuverability at slower speeds, while a longer length will have a longer turn radius and be more stable at a higher speed.  

As a general guideline, taller, heavier people and more advanced skiers tend to prefer longer skis because they have more leverage over the ski and feel more comfortable making longer turns. Shorter, lighter people and less-experienced skiers will usually feel more comfortable with the agility of a shorter ski.

Here’s a basic guide to choosing the right ski length within Atomic’s ski range. The simple visual aid (below) will provide an estimate to the length of each ski category for a recreational skier of average height and weight. To obtain a more specific ski length, please refer to the detailed information underneath.

RACE

  • GS (Redster Doubledeck 3.0 GS, Redster Edge GS)
    Advanced and expert skiers as well as heavier people will find the right ski length by adding 5 to 10 centimeters to the measurement to the top of the head.
    Shorter and lighter skiers may go for a ski length that equals their height.
  • SL (Redster Doubledeck 3.0 SL, Redster Edge SL)
    The length of a slalom ski should be well below the top of your head. Common lengths are between 165 and 171 centimeters for men, and between 150 and 164 centimeters for women.

PISTE

  • (all Redster XT, all Cloud)
    Advanced and expert skiers should go for a ski length that equals their height; those of more than average weight and aggressive skiers may want to add up to 5 centimeters.
    Less experienced and lightweight skiers should subtract 5 to 10 centimeters from the measurement to the top of the head.

All MOUNTAIN

  • SYSTEM SKIS (all Vantage X, all Vantage X W)
    Advanced/expert and heavier skiers should go for a ski length that equals their height.
    Less experienced and lightweight skiers should subtract 5 to 10 centimeters from the measurement to the top of the head.
  • FLAT SKIS (all Vantage, all Vantage W)
    Advanced/expert and heavier skiers should go for a ski length that equals their height or may want to add up to 5 centimeters (for improved floatation and stability in the steep and deep).
    Lightweight and less experienced skiers may go for a ski length that equals their height or reaches just below the top of their head (minus 5 centimeters).

POWDER

  • (Backland Bent Chetler, all Backland FR, all Backland FR W)
    Advanced/expert and heavier skiers should go for a ski length that equals their height or is up to 10 centimeters longer than head height (for better floatation and stability in powder).
    Lightweight and less experienced skiers may go for a ski length that equals their height or reaches just below the top of their head (minus 5 centimeters).

PARK

  • (Punx, Infamous)
    Advanced and expert skiers choose a ski length that equals their height; those of more than average weight may want to add 5 centimeters.
    Less experienced and lightweight skiers should subtract 5 to 10 centimeters from the measurement to the top of the head.

TOURING

  • ENDURANCE TOURING (all Backland Ultimate)
    Endurance tourers may subtract 5 to 10 centimeters from the measurement to the top of the head for the right ski length. This way the ski stays light and agile, also on the uphill.
  • ADVENTURE TOURING (all Backland)
    Adventure tourers may to subtract 5 centimeters from the measurement to the top of the head for the right ski length. This way the ski stays light and agile, also on the uphill.
  • FREERIDE TOURING (all Backland FR, all Backland FR W)
    Advanced/expert and heavier skiers should go for a ski length that equals their height or is up to 5 centimeters longer than head height.
    Lightweight and less experienced skiers may go for a ski length that equals their height or reaches just below the top of their head (minus 5 centimeters).

KIDS

  • (all Junior skis)
    For children aged 2 to 5 years, select skis that reach just below the child's chin. For children aged 6 to 12 years, the ski tip should come to the center of the child's forehead.