SofaKingSickyou're the man, thank you! much appreciated
@4FRNT , is there a reason to share why the tips aren't very high? just curious, not worried about it
The tip height your seeing is in its cambered position, so remember it will be about 5-10mm higher under weight due to its early rise in the tip. Our decision on tip and tail height was based on the intended use of the ski. It's not a powder ski, so by dropping the tip and tail height a bit we could reduce the swing weight of the ski and increase the effective edge rather than have that extra cm's of extra tip height.
This was especially true for the tails, when you're riding switch on groomers or firm snow, you don't need a full tail twin tip and in soft snow your leaning forward which lifts your tails off the ground. In deep powder, a full twin is definitely needed but that isn't what the Switch is intended for. Also by using 3 different radii in the sidecut and the mount point 3.5 cm back from center you actually have equal effective tip and tail edge with the early rise in the tip of the ski.