WITH THE 4* SKI YOU ALWAYS KEEP CONTROL OF THE SKI
The models in the 4* category are characterised above all by their easy handling, making them the perfect choice for beginners and newcomers to the slopes. Due to the high stability of the models on the one hand and the forgiving construction on the other hand, the risk of a fall and thus also an injury is minimised.
When it comes to models, we rely exclusively on established skis from well-known brands that are specially designed for a wide range of piste conditions. So you can conjure up your turns in the snow and are always safe, regardless of the snow conditions.
THESE FEATURES DISTINGUISH THE 4* SKIS
Especially for beginners and leisurely skiers
The skis in the 4* category are predestined for skiers who are just gaining their first experience on the slopes or who do not seek adventure in the snow so often. The advantages of the 4* category are ideal for this target group. With these models, stability and control are more important than acceleration and turning ability. Thanks to the integrated wood core, you can rely on your material in every situation.
At the same time, the skis offer a balanced compromise in terms of edge grip. The turn initiation is favoured. At the same time, the edges are easy to use and not too aggressive. Confidence in the material is crucial for descents on the piste. All skis in the 4* category are designed to gain this confidence in the ski as quickly as possible. This way, skiing fun is guaranteed.
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PERFECTLY SUITED FOR GLIDING SECTIONS AND FLATTER SLOPES
Leisurely descents with safety in the foreground
Basically, you can tackle any piste or downhill run with the models in the 4+ category. The construction and special characteristics of the skis make them particularly suitable for flatter piste sections. The models have flatter edges to increase safety at the start of the turn and when turning directly.
Edge grip is essential, especially in steeper terrain on black pistes. For these undertakings, we recommend choosing the 5* or even 6* category. These categories are also the better alternative for maximum acceleration or high final speeds.
However, the 4* category is best suited for gaining confidence on the ski and conjuring up turns in the snow in a safe and controlled manner. The perfect all-rounder for flatter slopes.