We offer over 1000 models of alpine skis, each ski is produced at various lengths.
We understand that it is not easy to make the right selection. Therefore, we would like to make it easier for you.
How to search in Alpine Skis category - use our filters!
In the Alpine Skis category, we have prepared 16 filters (4 basic and 12 advanced).
After a correct setting of these filters, you can define your requirements and your choice is much easier.
Categories of alpine skis:
- Children's Skis
- Women's Skis
- All-Mountain and All-Round Skis
- Slalom Skis - non-racing, commercial models
- Giant Slalom Skis - non-racing, commercial models
- Racing Skis – Slalom Skis (SL), Giant Slalom Skis (GS), Super G, Downhill
- Freeride Skis
- Freestyle Skis
- Telemark and Touring Skis
- Short Skis (Snowblade, Big Foot)
How to choose Alpine Skis
- Choose the ski adequately to your skills and riding style.
- Choose only ski of suitable stiffness in torsion and flex.
- If you have the opportunity, do not hesitate to try out a large number of skis.
- If you are buying a second hand ski, make sure you inspect them properly.Check the edges and the base. Make sure it is not significantly grinded or even grinded through (especially toe and heel edges).
- Customers often ask us about the quality of the skis from supermarkets: In most cases, these are the lowest and cheapest models of skis with a modified design (SMU models) and thus these are more suitable for beginners and intermediate skiers.
- If you decide to rent alpine skis in our rental, see the prices: the cheapest alpine ski set (skis, boots and poles) from CZK 200 per day, the TOP racing ski sets from the current season for CZK 600 per day. Choose a suitable ski model after consultation and make sure they are well prepared (sharpened and waxed).
- Remember that you move at relatively high speed when skiing, therefore we recommend using ski helmets for your safety. The helmet can save your life.