exile_chInteresting. My understanding is that Candide line is the true center of the ski if you take into account the rockers. For now I'm set to mount them at +1 from the AM line, do you think this isn't enough? I would need to call my shop in that case. Take into considered I do ski groomers/side country 85% of the time.
How many cm is there between Candide Line and AM line?
Thanks for tips !
-SnowSnoli-It’s -2cm from true center but it is core center. The am is -4 from candide so -6 from true center. Max you should go back is inbetween the 2. Otherwise it feels like you’re skiing on the tail rocker almost.
As I said in Excile’s original thread, the Candide mark is just over 1cm(1.15cm to be exact) back from center and it’s 4cm back from that to their “all mountain” mark. I suggested splitting the distance and going 1.5-2cm back from Candide Line which would put you around 2.6cm-3.1cm back of center which is perfect on that ski for your use.
The Candide 3.0 has a Candide Line around 2.5cm back from center as it is more directional in sidecut. No “All Mountain” line anymore on the 2018/19 3.0 but people spending more time going forward all mountain again recommended going 1.5-2cm back from that Candide Line as well.