On this page you will find our advice on choosing the right ski length as well as various size tables
Recommendations for the selection of the ski length
How to choose the right ski length
The optimum ski length for touring skis depends on various factors such as skill level, type of touring ski and personal preferences. The table gives you an overview of which length is right for you.
Shorter touring skis
Longer touring skis
How to determine the setting value for your pin binding
HAGAN pin bindings are designed with different ranges of setting values, such as 5-12, 3-8 or fixed setting values as in racing bindings. This ensures maximum safety and helps to ensure that the bindings release at the right moment.
When selecting, care should be taken to ensure that the desired setting value is as central as possible of the values available for selection. For example, with a setting value of 5, a binding with a range of setting values from 3-8 should ideally be selected.
When buying a ski set, it is absolutely necessary to have the binding setting checked by a specialist dealer. However, so that you can already choose the binding with the right range of release values when buying, we want to give you a brief guide here on how to calculate your approximate setting value.
Determine your setting value for the pin binding
ALL our PIN bindings are not DIN/ISO 11088 and/or DIN/ISO 13992 certified. Based on the table, the setting value can only be estimated, a correct setting is only possible through the specialized trade!
Here you can find the size overview of the HAGAN touring ski models
You can find the sole length in the heel area of your ski boot, the exact position varies depending on the manufacturer.
It corresponds to the measured length of the boot sole in mm (3-digit number).
In order to make a correct assembly, the specification must be absolutely correct.