Effective Edge

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== '''Also See''' == == '''Also See''' ==
*'''[[Edging]]''' *'''[[Edging]]'''
 +*'''[[Freestyle Equipment Rules]]'''
 +*'''[[Freestyle Skis]]'''
 +*'''[[Ski Boots]]'''
 +*'''[[Camber]]'''
 +*'''[[Chord length]]'''
 +*'''[[Shovel]]'''
 +*'''[[Side-cut]]'''
 +*'''[[Tail]]'''
 +*'''[[Torque]]'''
 +*'''[[Apex]]'''
 +*'''[[Thickness of ski boot soles]]'''
 +*'''[[Anti-vibration plates]]'''
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Return to '''[[Ski Related Definitions]]''', '''[[Freestyle Equipment Rules]]''', '''[[General Definitions]]''' or '''[[Freestyle Skiing]]''' Return to '''[[Ski Related Definitions]]''', '''[[Freestyle Equipment Rules]]''', '''[[General Definitions]]''' or '''[[Freestyle Skiing]]'''

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Effective Edge This is the length of metal edge on the Skis which touches the Snow. It is the effective part which is used to make a turn. The Effective Edge is in contact with the Snow when the Ski is in a carved turn. A longer Effective Edge makes for a more stable, controlled ride. On the other hand, a shorter Effective Edge makes a looser, easier turning Ski.


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