Prices ski rental

  

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Ski, boots & Poles, 145 cm or longer 5.500 8.900 12.800  17.150  21.350  25.600  29.950  34.300  3.600 
Ski, 145 cm or longer 3.400 5.500  7.950  10.650  13.200  15.850  18.500  21.300   
Boots size 37 or larger  2.900 4.700  6.750  9.100  11.250  13.500  15.800  18.200   
Ski, boots & Poles 115 cm-140 cm 3.700  6.000  8.650  11.550  14.350  17.200  20.150  23.050  2.500 
Ski, 115 cm-140 cm 2.700  4.350  6.300  8.400  10.450  12.550  14.700  16.800   
Boots size 36 or smaller 2.500  4.050  5.850  7.850  9.700  11.650  13.600  15.650   
Ski, boots & Poles,110 cm or smaller 2.500  4.050  5.850  7.850  9.700  11.650  13.600  15.650  1.700 
Ski 110 cm or smaller 1.600 2.600  3.750  5.050  6.200  7.450  8.700  10.050   
Boots size 33 or smaller  1.400  2.250 3.250  4.400  5.450  6.500  7.650  8.750   
Poles  1.200 1.950  2.850  3.750  4.600  5.500 6.400  7.350   
Highperformance  8.500 13.750  19.850  26.600  32.950  39.600  46.300  53.200   
                   
Cross-country                  
Cross-country skis and shoes                  
Snowboard                   
Snowboard and boots,
130 cm. or longer
 5.500 8.900  12.800  17.150  21.350  25.600  29.950  34.300  3.600 
Snowboard, 130 cm or longer  3.400 5.500  7.950 10.650  13.200  15.850  18.500  21.300   
Boots size 37 or larger 2.900 4.700 6.750 9.100 11.250 13.500 15.800 18.200  
Snowboard and boots,  125 cm or smaller  3.700 6.000  8.650  11.550  14.350  17.200  20.150  23.050  2.500 
Boots size 36 or smaller  2.500 4.050  5.850  7.850  9.700  11.650  13.600  15.650   

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Type: 1 - 2 - 3 

Type 1    "Cautious skiing at LOWER visual indicator settings"

Entry-level and other skiers preferring slow to moderate speeds on gentle to moderate terrain. Receive lower than average visual indicator settings. This may increase the risk of inadvertent binding release in order to increase the likelihood of release in a fall. 

Type 2    "Moderate skiing at AVERAGE visual indicator settings"

Skiers preferring a variety of speeds on varied terrain. Type 2 skiers are skiers who do not meet the descriptions of type 1 or type 3 skier types and will have an average binding release setting. 

Type 3    "Aggressive skiing at HIGHER visual indicator settings"

Skiers preferring fast speeds on steep terrain. Receive higher than average visual indicator settings. This may reduce the likelihood in release in a fall in order to decrease the risk of inadvertent binding release.