Anna´s new Slalom

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Hannes
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Anna´s new Slalom

Post by Hannes » Mon Oct 28, 2019 7:02 am

My collegue needs a new ski.
Since i only made Freerideskis for myself I have no idea about the corethickness of a ski for a small lady.
The dimesions are 150cm length, tipwidth 116mm, mid 68mm, tail 96mm. We want to use 750g glass and an ash-core. Her weigth is 53 Kg. We have no clue about the thickness of the core. What do you guys think about 2,5-12-2,5mm?
Thanks for your advice!

Greetings
Anna and Hannes

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Re: Anna´s new Slalom

Post by skidesmond » Wed Oct 30, 2019 3:28 pm

I think a 2-10-2 or even 2-9.5-2 would be better. 150cm is pretty short. I've made 152cm for my daughters and the dims were something like 1.8-10-1.8

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Re: Anna´s new Slalom

Post by Hannes » Thu Oct 31, 2019 12:19 pm

Thank you for your andere!
How much do your daughters weigh?
What kind of fiber did you use?

Greetings Anna and Hannes

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