914-948-2995
914-948-1599
info@pedigreeskishop.com

Stamford, CT | Bedford Hills, NY | White Plains, NY
* This process does not reserve equipment
SELECTED PICKUP LOCATION*

PLEASE NOTE

The information you give us will ONLY be on file at the location you select.
  Please note that all fields are required.
USER FIRST NAME*
USER LAST NAME*
ADDRESS 1*
ADDRESS 2*
CITY*
STATE*
ZIP*
HOME PHONE*
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CELL PHONE*
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USER EMAIL*
GENDER*
  MUST BE ACCURATE (PLEASE NO GUESSING)
HEIGHT* WEIGHT* Lbs. AGE*
SKIER OR BOARDER TYPE*
You must CLASSIFY YOURSELF for skier type.
Determining your skier type is your responsibility.*



Type I (Skier)

"Cautious skiing at lighter release/retention settings"

  • Ski conservatively
  • Prefer slower speeds
  • Prefer easy, moderate slopes
  • Favor lower than average retention settings. This corresponds to an increased risk of inadvertent binding release in order to gain increased release ability in a fall
  • Type I settings apply to "entry level skiers uncertain of their classification"

Type II (Skier)

"Moderate skiing at average release/retention settings"

  • Ski moderately
  • Prefer a variety of speeds
  • Ski on varied terrain, including most difficult trails
  • Are all skiers who do not meet all the descriptions of either Type I or Type III

Type III (Skier)

"Aggressive skiing at higher release/retention settings"

  • Ski aggressively
  • Normally ski at high speeds
  • Prefer steeper and more challenging terrain
  • Favor higher than average release/retention settings. This corresponds to decreased releasability in a fall in order to gain a decreased risk of inadvertent binding release

Type IV (Boarder)

"Regular Stance"

  • Ride with left foot on front of board
  • Snowboard bindings are non-release systems

Type V (Boarder)

"Goofy Stance"

  • Ride with right foot on front of board
  • Snowboard bindings are non-release systems
  Please double check the accuracy of all data before submitting this form.
Remember, you still need to come in for fitting of equipment.
 
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