Chord length

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Chord length The distance between the two bits of the ski touching the ground (the shovel and the tail) when the ski is lying on a flat surface. This is the distance usually used to denote a ski’s length. They used to be made in 5cm increments but now skis come in all sizes.
Chord length The distance between the two bits of the ski touching the ground (the shovel and the tail) when the ski is lying on a flat surface. This is the distance usually used to denote a ski’s length. They used to be made in 5cm increments but now skis come in all sizes.


Chord length The distance between the two bits of the ski touching the ground (the shovel and the tail) when the ski is lying on a flat surface.

This is the distance usually used to denote a ski’s length. They used to be made in 5cm increments but now skis come in all sizes.


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