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What is the difference between Rockered and Cambered designs?
I don't quite fully understand the concept, can someone explain the full concept of Rockered designs in the skis vs the Cambered designs, how it works, advantages/ disadvantages, differences ect...
I don't understand your question entirely. My jj's and bent chetlers are both rocker camber rocker. Rocker is the early rise in the tips camber is the rise under foot
Exactly... Rocker = early rise in tip or tail. Camber = see above
camber=the skis two contact points are at the tip and tail. advantage is more pop.
(true) rocker= contact point is under the boot and touches less progressively towards the nose and tails where they are not touching. advantages are floaty in pow and are less catchy
hybrid camber= camber underfoot so you dont loose pop but early rise in the tip and tail so the contact points of the skis are closer to the center
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