Size Guide


In general, the right ski length depends on the height of the skier and the type of ski. In addition, you should be aware of your skills and abilities. If you are unsure, you will find a rough classification of the different performance levels here:


You have never been on skis before or have only completed a few courses at best. Your motivation is almost unstoppable, but you still lack the right technique. You feel safest on soft and wide slopes, where you can make your turns without obstacles and are not far from the next mountain hut. You shouldn't rush to choose the right skis, because after all you want to make fast progress and improve your skills.


You feel relatively safe on the red slopes and don't even shy away from black slopes. A few obstacles or bumps are all you need to make skiing fun. Although you still see room for improvement when it comes to a professional technique or the absolute speed kick, you are satisfied with your skills and enjoy the slopes in the fresh air.


Skiing is your life and you spend every free minute on skis. Even on your holidays you travel to cold, snow-covered regions to pursue your passion. You may have certificates or medals hanging on your wall, proving that you can keep a cool head even during sports competitions on the slopes and that you have perfect control of your skis.

Here you will find a ski length overview to help you with your next ski purchase. All you have to do is look for your skills and your skiing discipline - it's as simple as that.





CRAC RS (Race giant slalom)

Not recommended

Body height

CRAC SL (Race slalom)

Not recommended

Chin to eye height

RAC RS (Race slope ski for giant slalom)

Chin to eyes height

Body height

RAC SL (Race Pistenski Slalom)

Chin height

Chin to eye height

UP WOMAN / MEN (Race slope ski for slalom)

Nose height

FLY (All-mountain ski)

Chin height

Eye to forehead height

KLÖCKL (Freeride ski)

Min. body height

Body height + 10cm

SPITZ (Mountaineering ski)

Nose height

Eye height